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<p>Arkanoid Rising was the first original game to be announced for Hatch's cloud gaming app. However, it wasn't the first to be released as it follows the launch Angry Birds Go! Turbo Edition back in August. It's a remake of 1986's Arkanoid and you can play it now through Hatch's app.</p><p>Arkanoid Rising is a block-breaking game where you'll be piloting a Vaus scoutship to bounce energy balls into blocks to destroy them. Some enemies will roam about and fire back at you, meaning that you'll have to make good use of your reactions as well as predicting their movements so you can take them out.</p><p>It looks like Plants vs Zombies is getting a bit of a Hearthstone makeover in Electronic Arts newest title, Plants vs Zombies Heroes.</p><p>Unlike the pathway of the previous tower defence titles of the franchise, Plants vs Zombies Heroes is a collectible card battler. You need to build your team of heroes, discover new figures, embark on a heroic journey, and battle epic foes along the way. For the first time ever you can play as either a Plant or a Zombie. Mind. Blown.</p><p>With over 20 unique heroes to collect, you can unlock their powers and choose your favourites to build the ultimate deck – one might say you'll be decked out. Anyone? No? Let's move on.</p><p>Whether you choose the side of the unctuous undead or the brilliant botanical, you'll journey across the PvZ universe, battling your foes and honing your skills. But it isn't the same all the way through. Whether you're a Zombie or a Plant, your paths will be slightly different so choose wisely.</p><p>Grab the game free-to-play on the App Store or Google Play now.</p>
<p>Wavefront has been a long time coming.</p><p>It's an action puzzler that was originally released as Waveform for PC back in 2012, and I loved it.</p><p>It's actually the first game by Eden Industries, who you may now know as the studio creating the Earthbound-inspired RPG Citizens of Earth.</p><p>Wavefront is quite a bit different from that game, mind. You manipulate the amplitude and wavelength of a wave of light as you travel across the solar system.</p><p>Your goal is to restore light to a dying galaxy that is being consumed by a singularity.</p><p>It's easy enough to play, as you just use your finger to move the wave around. But the level design forces you to react fast otherwise you'll perish.</p><p>Some levels let you take it slower, while some will see you being chased by the singularity, putting your skills to the test.</p><p>Even tougher levels add wormholes, particle accelerators, and the "Space Squids of Venus" for you to either travel through or avoid.</p><p>I had a lot of fun with it on PC and it's a game that I always thought would play much better on the touchscreen.</p><p>You'll be able to purchase Wavefront for £1.99 / $2.99 on the UK and US App Stores at midnight.</p>
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<p>Rockstar Games will be launching a mobile app to supplement Red Dead Redemption 2 when it launches this week. The app, which is releasing on both iOS and Android, will offer players real-time information on their game as they play it.</p><p>With the Red Dead Redemption 2 Companion App, players can access the game’s world map in real-time, with the ability to pan and zoom around, as well as set waypoints and other points of interest.</p><p>You'll also be able to track protagonist Arthur Morgan’s stats in real-time on your phone, should you so desire. Players will have access to the game’s Journal, and you’ll be able to track Social Club Stats as well. You’ll even have the option to purchase and access the digital version of the Red Dead Redemption 2 official strategy guide, which is being published by Piggyback.</p><p>While such an app could be put to a variety of uses, Rockstar says that the app was developed with players who enjoy playing HUD-less in mind.</p><p>Red Dead Redemption 2 and the companion app launch both launch this Friday, October 26.</p><p>New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe is by far the biggest Switch release of the week, and with good reason - it's actually a pretty enjoyable game. But don't discount Tales of Vesperia Deluxe Edition, Bury me, my Love, and the wealth of other games out for Nintendo's system this week.</p><p>Indeed, it's that time of the week where we look at what's coming out on Switch, sifting through the masses of games to find the true gems that need your attention - or your downloads, at least.</p><p>We'll cover as much as we can, but this is by no means a comprehensive list. Instead, we want to pick out games we know you'll love, or at least the ones that are big and important, alongside a few of the smaller games you may not have seen yet.</p><p>And we'll try to hit as many genres as we can, so there should be something here for everyone. But don't get mad if there's nothing you like! We are at the whims of the publishers and developers just like you.</p><p>So, grab yourself a cuppa, get your Switch, and let's dig in and see what new games you can get for yourself this week. You never know, your next favourite game of all time may be hiding amongst our list. And be sure to comment if you find something which you do decide to pick up - we'd love to hear what's taken your fancy this week!New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe</p><p>Price: £49.99/$59.99</p><p>Official description: "Run, leap and stomp your way through more than 160 2D side-scrolling courses in traditional Super Mario style with New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe for Nintendo Switch! Up to four players can work together to grab coins and topple enemies on their way to the Goal Pole, or see who can nab the most gold in frantic, friendly – and above all, fun – competition!"</p>
'"Now all these hearts that do on mine depend,<p>Phew, it's done, it's over. After six hours of amazing streams and 27 hours of non-stop news, we've finally shoved the stake straight through the heart of Pocket Gamer LaunchPad #2.</p><p>The third day was an absolute belter, we had puzzle-exploration games, an Android reveal for deck-building roguelite The Legend of Bum-Bo, another peek of Romans: Age of Caesar, and much, much more. We had details of updates, reveals for new characters, as well as some hands-on time with upcoming games, gosh. The stream was phenomenal too.</p><p>And, with that final stream, we were done - with almost 60 stories and just under 50 games covered. Between the three days, we saw updates from such titles as Kingdom of Heroes: Tactics War, OCO, Moonlighter, Pascal's Wager and much more. </p><p>If you didn't manage to catch everything then head over to our LaunchPad hub, pocketgamer.ccom/launchpad, and, if you're interested in staying in touch in other ways then you can follow us on Twitter or join our Discord.</p><p>Finally, we'd like to give a big shout out to our sponsors, Shadow Fight Arena, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, Lords Mobile and Book of Beasts - as well as all of the developers who have taken part - who have helped to bring this all together... and I'd like to give a massive shout-out to everybody who has been involved, every publisher, PR, developer who has helped us with the line-up, all of the people at Steel Media towers who put their minds into bringing this together, the team at EG and EGLX who played big roles in it too. As well as this, I'd like to thank my fellow stream 'personalities' Danielle Partis of Pocket Gamer Biz as well as Dave Aubrey and James Gilmour from Pocket Gamer Dot Com, and the backbones of the event - the news team Stephen Gregson and Olly Smith, who helped write and arrange a lot of the written content, and much more.</p><p>This isn't the last you've heard of LaunchPad though, it'll definitely return in 2021, and we'll see you then, if not before.</p>
Nor youth all quit, but spite of heaven's fell rage
<p>It's been a while since we've had an interactive book on the horizon, and The Thief of Wishes looks too pretty NOT to mention.</p><p><p>Konami has announced a surprise release of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night today for both iOS and Android. The classic side-scrolling action game first released on the original PlayStation back in 1997 and has been ported to the PSP, Xbox 360 and PS4 since.</p><p>Now it has arrived for mobile devices and it's not going to break the bank either. You'll be able to experience Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for $2.99 or your local equivalent. It has brought a few changes with it when compared to the 1997 release, such as a new continue feature alongside achievements to earn as you slash your way through the castle.</p><p>There will also be controller support, which will probably make the game far more appealing to folks who aren't overly familiar with - or fond of - using virtual d-pads and buttons. However, that's still an option if you'd rather play Symphony of the Night this way too, as you can see in the screenshots found within this article. </p><p>The games see you playing as Alucard, the son of Dracula, who has access to a wide array of weapons and abilities to help battle against the plethora of monsters that lurk within the castle walls. He can also be levelled up with experience gained through slaying numerous foes.</p><p>The release was timed to coincide with the arrival of Season 3 of the Castlevania Netflix series which drops tomorrow, 5th March. Games on your phone and your Netflix subscription aren't the only two places you can enjoy some Castlevania goodness either, you can also listen to the original Symphony of the Night soundtrack over on Spotify as well as other tracks from the series.</p><p>Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs $2.99.</p>Enjoy action games? Here are 25 of the best available on Android
<p>Pixelbite Games has announced that the third and concluding chapter of its tactical sci-fi western shooter Space Marshals will be out for iOS and Android on August 13th.</p><p>The trailer for this free update shows off Marshal Burton sneaking around on a train as well as what appears to be underground mining facilities.</p><p>In any case, it's a drastic change of pace from the previous chapters, which focused more on fast action.</p><p>As well as the new levels, this final chapter will also add new weapons, enemies, bosses, hats, and gadgets. So you should have some fun messing around with those.</p>
"Is this you, Mistress Blythe?" said Captain Jim. "Now, now, you hadn't oughter be roaming about alone on a night like this. You could get lost in this fog easier than not. Jest you wait till I see Dick safe inside the door and I'll come back and light you over the fields. I ain't going to have Dr. Blythe coming home and finding that you walked clean over Cape Leforce in the fog. A woman did that once, forty years ago.