1、<p>It's time to sharpen up those memories of playing Capcom's 1989 arcade game Pang (or Buster Bros.).</p><p>How? Take a look at the remake's first screenshots. Yep, DotEmu and Pastagames have given us our first look at their revival of the game.</p><p>As you'll see, the look of the original has been retained but has been given a proper HD makeover. See all that shine and sheen.</p><p>You still play as one of the brothers as they fire harpoons above them to pop the balloons attacking the world's landmarks.</p>Scrutinize these screens<p>The screenshots show that two player is possible as another player only has to press a button to join in at any time. Keeping it simple is good.</p><p>it looks like you'll be able to grab power-ups, new weapons, and be encouraged to move fast to keep a combo meter going, too.</p><p>Oh, and there are weird alien bosses to take on, three play modes (tour, score, and panic), and levels that take place on planes in the sky.</p><p>Anyway, the two studios released these screens to celebrate that they'll be showing the game off at Paris Games Week today.</p><p>That takes place between October 29th and November 1st so if you're heading down to Paris between those dates perhaps try giving Pang Adventures a look.</p><p>Pang Adventures is coming to mobile, PC, and consoles in 2016. You can see the first screenshots below.</p>
2、A STAG, roundly chased by the hounds and blinded by fear to the danger he was running into, took shelter in a farmyard and hid himself in a shed among the oxen. An Ox gave him this kindly warning: "O unhappy creature! why should you thus, of your own accord, incur destruction and trust yourself in the house of your enemy?' The Stag replied: "Only allow me, friend, to stay where I am, and I will undertake to find some favorable opportunity of effecting my escape." At the approach of the evening the herdsman came to feed his cattle, but did not see the Stag; and even the farm-bailiff with several laborers passed through the shed and failed to notice him. The Stag, congratulating himself on his safety, began to express his sincere thanks to the Oxen who had kindly helped him in the hour of need. One of them again answered him: "We indeed wish you well, but the danger is not over. There is one other yet to pass through the shed, who has as it were a hundred eyes, and until he has come and gone, your life is still in peril." At that moment the master himself entered, and having had to complain that his oxen had not been properly fed, he went up to their racks and cried out: "Why is there such a scarcity of fodder? There is not half enough straw for them to lie on. Those lazy fellows have not even swept the cobwebs away." While he thus examined everything in turn, he spied the tips of the antlers of the Stag peeping out of the straw. Then summoning his laborers, he ordered that the Stag should be seized and killed.Cookies Must Die(Unlimited Diamonds)<p>Sky: Children of the Light's Switch port has been delayed into 2021. The announcement arrived earlier today on the game's official Twitter account.</p><p>Such news doesn't come as a major surprise seeing as the port never had a solid release date, and given the sheer number of other high-profile delays we've seen this year, I would hope that we've come to accept their necessity.<p>As a small indie studio, it's been challenging to pull off so many releases back to back. Due to the remote slowdown during COVID & our utmost priority to protect our team’s health, we're pushing Sky on Nintendo Switch back by a few months into 2021.?? https://t.co/f0ZeVP2fJ7 pic.twitter.com/MQ5LUdVnrF— Sky: Children of the Light (@thatskygame) August 26, 2020We've covered Sky a fair bit since its iOS launch late last year. Dann reviewed it at the time, calling it "a beautiful experience which delivers much more than a standard 3D platformer through a fully realised multiplayer system."</p><p>Since then, it's received regular content updates that have fleshed out the core experience significantly. Recently, the game surpassed 35 million downloads, released a digital version of its OST, and announced that its players had raised over $1 million for Doctors Without Borders' COVID-19 response.</p>
3、Vibrant winds came and went with salt foam in their breath. The sea laughed and flashed and preened and allured, like a beautiful, coquettish woman. The herring schooled and the fishing village woke to life. The harbor was alive with white sails making for the channel. The ships began to sail outward and inward again.
4、<p>Just as Diablo III crops up on Nintendo Switch it's been revealed at the opening ceremony of BlizzCon 2018 that there's a title in the works for mobile now called Diablo Immortal. It's a pretty big deal all in all.</p><p>
1、'"All my offences that abroad you see<p>We've been spoiled with space games recently, but add some serious physics-based puzzles into the mix and you've got Gravtrav by Shiny Talisman. What's more, there's not long to wait as it's coming out on September 15th for iOS.</p><p>Gravtrav is a level-based space game in which you have to get your little ship/satellite from wormhole to wormhole by using up as little fuel as possible. The less fuel you use, the higher your score will be. Sounds pretty simple but where it gets neat is that you have to use the stars'/planets' gravitational pull to set you on the right path.</p><p>With only two play modes to choose from you can either go at it on Chill mode, which gives you a luxurious amount of fuel to reach your destination, or Advanced mode which won't give you any fuel other than that which you've already collected.</p><p>We'll let you know when Gravtrav drops on the App Store, but until then keep an eye out for September 15th or check out the dev's website here.</p>
2、"I couldn't help it, Anne--I couldn't help it," said poor Leslie.<p>The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ruled that Sony has to refund early Vita owners due to a "misleading" advertising campaign it ran from late 2011 to early 2012.</p><p>The wording that the FTC took issue with is claiming in these adverts that the Vita would have "game changing" features.</p><p>The adverts claimed that players could use "remote play" to engage in "cross platform" play by starting a game on a PS3, and then transferring it to a Vita to play it from the same point.</p><p>It's this that the FTC said was misleading.</p><p>Deutsch LA, Sony's advertising agency, also came under fire by the FTC for telling its employees to promote the Vita on Twitter without disclosing their professional connection to it.</p>Rights to refunds<p>Due to all this, people who reside in the US and who bought a Vita before June 1st 2012 are entitled to a refund.</p><p>This will either be a $25 cash or credit refund, or a $50 voucher that can be used for Vita games or other services on the handheld.</p><p>Those entitled to this refund will receive an email from Sony confirming as such once the settlement has been finalized.</p>FTC
3、<p>Jago Studios is looking to bring back the Garbage Pail Kids, this time in a mobile game that will be free-to-play for both Android and iOS.</p><p>The game will be a card-collecting RPG, featuring characters from the original line of stickers and trading cards, and also presenting some new designs.</p><p>If you're not familiar with Garbage Pail Kids, they were originally a series of trading cards, produced in 1985 and made to parody the Cabbage Patch Kids dolls.</p><p>The trading cards usually featured a character in some gross or terrible situation, with a word play character name (for example Adam Bomb, as in the image below).</p><p>There's not too many details on the game just yet, as development is still in private beta mode. But we'll update as we get more information.</p>