<p>YouTube Gaming has opened up its livestreaming services to include Android games.</p><p>As is explained in the announcement, you don't need any special equipment - hardware or software - to do this.</p><p>You only need the YouTube Gaming app to use its new Mobile Capture feature. Oh, and a phone with an internet connection, obviously.</p><p>"Just tap Go Live (or your avatar on a phone) in the YouTube Gaming app, turn on your selfie cam and record your commentary with your phone's microphone," goes the explanation.</p><p>YouTube Gaming will also be adding Fan Funding and Sponsorships to everyone soon - it's currently in beta.</p><p>These let you support your favourite streamers with a monthly payment. In return, you get perks such as a live chat badge chosen by the creator and access to exclusive chat sessions.</p><p>You can download YouTube Gaming on the App Store and Google Play.</p><p>Just to note again: the streaming services for mobile only apply to Android games (Google does own YouTube and Android after all).</p>
1、<p>Automaton is a puzzle game that's designed to teach people the basics of programming. It was designed by Jeremy Friesen who is currently studying Computer Science and worked on the game in his spare time. It's available now on Google Play.</p><p>Players will be in charge of getting a little robot called Auto to complete various tasks. This will be done by entering various lines of code - that is given to you - that can make him move forward, turn, or pick up and put down objects. The levels will naturally become more and more complex as you progress.</p><p>They start very simple with just moving and turning the robot to get it to a set destination. But before long you'll be required to use loops to complete tasks with a strict limit on how many lines of code you can use. The later levels will also see players having to control two Autos to add an extra layer of complexity to proceedings.</p><p>However, if you're deep into coding this game will likely be far too simple for you. It's not on a Zachtronics level of difficulty that's for sure, so don't be expecting the next Shenzen I/O. This is a game that's designed for people who have next to no experience in coding rather than experts.</p><p>Though the game is currently available Jeremy insists that he's still working on updating the game with more levels and ironing out any bugs. So it's not quite the finished article yet but there's still plenty of coding brainteasers to be getting on with in the meantime.</p><p>I'm always pleased to see games that attempt to educate people through gaming. It makes a nice alternative to the 'learn through doing' concept. If you've ever wanted to understand basic coding or just like puzzle games then Automaton is available now on Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with one in-app purchase that removes ads.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games."Anne's a good housekeeper," she said to Marilla in the spare room the night of their arrival. "I've looked into her bread box and her scrap pail. I always judge a housekeeper by those, that's what. There's nothing in the pail that shouldn't have been thrown away, and no stale pieces in the bread box. Of course, she was trained up with you--but, then, she went to college afterwards. I notice she's got my tobacco stripe quilt on the bed here, and that big round braided mat of yours before her living-room fire. It makes me feel right at home."
2、Hotel Hideaway: Metaverse(no watching ads to get Rewards)<p>A mix of gaming and film experts have come together to build a new start-up that will specialise in virtual reality and 'mixed reality' experiences.</p><p>The new company, Spaces, is headed up by Shiraz Akmal, who was previously a VP at ill-fated THQ, and Brad Herman, a VR specialist who's been working on VR projects alongside work at DreamWorks for several years.</p><p>Heading up the trifecta of DreamWorks talent is Dean Orion, who has written for TV and interative theme park attractions for both Walt Disney imagineering, as well as DreamWorks animation, and former Eidos president Keith Boesky is in there too.</p><p>They've got talent for days, and it seems like the $3m start-up is already working on VR projects for Microsoft, NBCUniversal and other companies while targetting all the big headsets.</p><p>“Virtual reality spaces offer creative challenges we’ve never seen before: to build fully dimensional spaces in which viewers can completely interact,” said Akmal.</p><p>Why is this exciting? Well, the idea of licensed 360 degree videos and VR experiences is a strong one.</p>
4、<p>After a 2 week pause, the team returns to talk Mario Kart Tour beta news, Nintendo's plans for the Switch, and the Epic crunch controversy.</p><p>There's also new mobile releases chat, including Rumble Stars Soccer, Bombtastic Brothers, The VideoKid, and Cuphead on Switch.</p>Download episode 483:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>
3、<p>Yet another game dropped pretty suddenly overnight as Tales of the Rays arrives on iOS and Android.</p><p>