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<p>Jyamma Games found success earlier this year with its Pong-inspired puzzle-adventure Hi-Ball Rush, and now the Milanese studio is back with an all-new mobile title. It’s called Matchy Catch, and it promises to be just as addictive as the developer’s previous offering.</p><p>Available now for iOS and Android, Matchy Catch is a hyper-casual puzzler with colourful visuals and a refreshingly simple interface. Players must memorise and reproduce sequences of objects, taking note of the way they appear before tapping the corresponding objects on their touchscreen.</p>francoiscourson-art.comDuck Race Mod Duck Race v1.0 mod Features:Unlock all skin![Note] If you enter the game, you will get stuck for a little while, please wait patiently.Super addictive racing game!Be the top duck and reach the tube first.Score points by knocking opponents off the track.
<p>Pocket Gamer is, of course, attending PGC Helsinki this year, where we'll be on the lookout for the most exciting upcoming games and updates across mobile, handheld, and VR.</p><p>In attendance is Deputy Editor Glen Fox (myself), Operations Manager Dave Bradley, and AppSpy's James Gilmour. So if you're a developer or publisher with an awesome game or update to show off - get in touch!</p><p>The rest of you - stay tuned for our upcoming coverage of all of the most exciting games from the Very Big Indie Pitch, Indie Showcase, and the huge number of developers and publishers who've turned up to showcase their latest offerings.</p>
<p>It's that time of year again, ladies and gents, and the British Academy Games Awards has come around again and all of the nominations for the mobile award are entirely deserved.</p><p>As is customary, the six nominated games for this year's BAFTAs are:</p>The Banner Saga 2, by Stoic/Versus EvilDawn of Titans, by Natural Motion/ZyngaDeus Ex GO, by Square Enix MontrealPokemon GO, by Niantic Inc.Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon, by Game Freak/The Pokemon CompanyReigns, by Nerial/Devolver Digital<p>Firstly, a HUGE congratulations to everyone on their nominations. Secondly, I don't know how a choice can be made from this excellent line-up - I really don't.</p><p>The BAFTA Games Awards will take place on April 6th at the Tobacco Dock in London, though you can also watch the event on their Twitch page. If you fancy grabbing a ticket however, head over to their ticket page now.</p>
<p>Square Enix has revealed its cult classic RPG SaGa Frontier is getting a HD remaster for mobile devices in next summer, officially called SaGa Frontier Remastered.</p><p>Originally released in the West in 1998 for the Sony PlayStation, the game takes place in a science fantasy universe called The Regions, which are a group of worlds united by varying degrees of culture, technology and unique species. You play as one of seven protagonists, each with their own story and goals. It’s very non-linear, thanks to the game’s Free Scenario System which lets you travel freely between many locations.</p><p>The reveal of SaGa Frontier Remastered came in a live stream for Square Enix’s Romancing SaGa Re;universe in Japan. Part of the ongoing SaGa Project has included Western releases of Romancing SaGa 3, SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions and popular mobile game Romancing SaGa Re;univerSe, so there is definitely a resurging amount of interest in the franchise.</p><p>SaGa Frontier Remastered is overseen by Akitoshi Kawazu, who has worked on the series in the past as well as several Final Fantasy games. The updated version will introduce a whole host of new improvements and additions, such as remastered graphics, new story content, new characters and new skills. There’ll be something there for both newcomers and long-time fans alike.</p><p>SaGa Frontier Remastered is headed for iOS and Android next summer, as part of Square Enix’s more recent drive to bring its classics to modern platforms. It’s also coming to PlayStation 4 (and presumably PS5 via backwards compatibility), PC on Steam, and Nintendo Switch. There are no store pages available yet but we’ll be sure to update you when there is more to report.</p>If you enjoy role playing games, particularly classic JRPGs, we have a list here naming some of the best ones you can play on your iPhone and iPad.<p>The IGF Award-winning game designer Erik Svedang and the rest of his team will be bringing his asynchronous strategy game Clairvoyance to iPad soon.</p><p>It's been available in open beta on PC for a couple of years and Svedang always said that he planned on bringing it to iPad too, but it was off.</p><p>However, now Svedang has released a video of Clairvoyance running on an iPad 3 meaning it's arrival on the platform is close.</p><p>It came with a post saying: "After some hard work we have a version of Clairvoyance running smoothly on iPad 3. Hopefully we can get it up on the App Store pretty soon!"</p>
It also offers a diverse range of tournaments to select accordingly anytime to your mood and go along, also switch methods anytime. It also caters to NPL gameplay, where players will b auctioned, and users will love this version very much because of the unlimited money they get to buy their favorite players.<p>Lots of people seem to like Qwixx. It’s a dice-rolling boardgame that’s super abstract and all about numbers and stuff. I’ve never played it but there’s a version on the App Store now.</p><p>The digital version offers solo play or same-device multiplayer action, or you can use it as a scorecard or digital dice for when you’re playing the physical version of the game.</p><p>That physical version was nominated for a bunch of awards, so it must have something going for it. And throwing dice around in a panic is often an awful lot of fun.</p><p>It all sounds very cheery and quite possibly horribly addictive. And you can grab it right now for £2.99 / $3.99 [buy].</p>
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