Beyond This Side, a supernatural adventure game, creeps onto iOS and Android later this month

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Beyond This Side is a supernatural point-and-click adventure from developer Glim Games. It casts you as Sam, a man searching for his missing wife. That's a fairly standard premise, though what complicates matters is that all he has to go on is a single clue found in an alley trashcan – her severed hand. It's not a particularly useful or indeed comforting find, but it's at least a lead. For many months, Sam hangs around the alley in the hopes of finding something – anything – that might lead him to her. Little does he know, there are dark powers at play, and soon he's drawn into the city's dangerous underworld. ... [MORE]

Interview: Hyun-il Jang of Netmarble Monster discusses developing Magic: ManaStrike and what the future might hold for the MOBA

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Magic: ManaStrike released earlier this year, adding to Netmarbles ever-growing roster of games. It looks to blend Magic: The Gathering inspired mechanics with the Clash Royale style of MOBA. We recently had a chance to chat with Hyun-il Jang, Development Director at Netmarble Monster who discussed challenges making the game, its future and more. Could you please do a little introduction for our readers? ... [MORE]

Cultist Simulator's DLCs The Priest and the Ghoul are now available for iOS and Android

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At the start of March, it was announced that two pieces of DLC would be heading for the iOS and Android versions of Cultist Simulator. That time is now so you'll find The Priest and The Ghoul are both available and will cost $1.99 each. Meanwhile, the game itself is also discounted for one week to celebrate the launch of the DLC. It usually costs $6.99 but you can currently pick up Cultist Simulator for $3.99 instead. So if you've had your eye on the game now be a good time to jump in. ... [MORE]

Door Kickers: Action Squad shotgun blasts its way onto mobile today

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Door Kickers: Action Squad is a breakneck action game about bursting into gang hideouts and skilfully, viciously taking your targets down. You'll kit yourself out with the latest gear and weapons, then head out to enact some morally dubious justice. It takes place in the crime-ridden town of Nowhere City USA. It's all about reactive, rapid-fire bouts of violence, with your crack team of SWAT operators infiltrating the site and executing their mission as quickly as possible. ... [MORE]

Becoming Bytes™ developer schedules 'Best Byte Trainer' campaign, offering cash prizes for Singapore residents who top the PvP leaderboard

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Chariots Gaming soft-launched their monster-raising sim into the wild recently. It's a game where you'll not only care for these little Byte monsters, but you'll also battle them against other players. Now, the developer has set out plans to launch a campaign for its Singapore-based players called 'The Best Byte Trainer' which will reward those who top the PVP leaderboard with cash prizes. The top 3 Singapore based players on the PvP leaderboard at the end of the event period will receive cash rewards worth up to SGD $35,000. The competition itself will run from May until the end of July, giving trainers plenty of time to climb the leaderboard. ... [MORE]

Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks is an intriguing genre hybrid from the minds behind Raid: Shadow Legends

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Where do the most interesting, often perplexing genre hybrids originate? That's right: the world of mobile gaming! In fact, I challenge you to dream up a hybrid that hasn't already been done on mobile. It's impossible. You can't do it. Don't even try. How about story-focused solitaire adventuring with a side order of town-building? Nope, that already exists, and it's called Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks. ... [MORE]

Star Wars: Starfighter Missions is an upcoming space combat game for mobile, heading to select Asian countries in 2020

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Aside from Lightsabers, there's one other aspect of Star Wars I've always been drawn to and that's the huge variety of ships you see throughout all the different films. Whether that's the iconic Millenium Falcon or Darth Vader's TIE Fighter. They all look and sound amazing. Now, Joymax Corp and Lucasfilm have announced that they'll be making a game where you'll be able to pilot and battle in all of those ships. It's called Stars Wars: Starfighter Missions and will be heading to select Asian countries in 2020. At the moment, we only know that it will be heading to mobile, though I imagine that will include both iOS and Android. ... [MORE]

Kingdom Two Crowns, the gorgeous side-scrolling strategy game, launches for mobile on April 28th

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Kingdom Two Crowns is a gorgeous side-scrolling strategy game that challenges you to take on the role of a monarch attempting to build up their kingdom and recruit useful followers to this worthy cause. It launched first in late 2018 for PC and consoles, where it earned itself some glowing reviews for its smart, minimalist design and rather lovely pixel art. This is actually the third game in the series, following on from Kingdom and Kingdom New Lands, though it's the first to deliver co-op play. The option is there to play while sitting next to or across from one another, with the game switching between standard split-screen and "sky-to-sky" modes to suit whatever seating arrangements you may have. ... [MORE]