Strategy RPG The War of Genesis takes to the skies with its soft launch on Android

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Strategy RPG The War of Genesis takes to the skies with its soft launch on Android

If you’re someone who feels more at home doing battle in the air rather than on the ground, The War of Genesis might be your dream come true. Having just recently soft-launched in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Singapore, Joycity’s latest Strategy MMORPG - the first to be released in the popular, long-running The War of Genesis SRPG series - places you in charge of your own flying command centre.

The new fantasy-set title is currently only available on Android in the aforementioned territories. However, don’t fret, wider expansion is planned for the near future. In the meantime, lucky players can jump into The War of Genesis which places you in the world of Antaria as an admiral of your own airship, carefully assembling an eclectic cast of allies along the way.

Best new iOS and Android games this week - Scalak, Sir Questionnaire, Faraway 3, and more

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Best new iOS and Android games this week - Scalak, Sir Questionnaire, Faraway 3, and more

We've almost made it to the weekend again, and while that means we're only a day from having time to play all of the games we've been putting off, it also means it's time to check out the new releases.

This week started off looking a little sparse, but as the days have gone on we've had a few more titles crop up, including some more surprising ones. But, what's caught your eye? Let's take a look.

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3 reasons to turn off auto-play in Lineage 2: Revolution

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3 reasons to turn off auto-play in Lineage 2: Revolution

Developer Netmarble took the reins for the Lineage franchise’s platform-hop to mobile, and the transition came with a few gameplay differences. Unlike its PC predecessor, Lineage 2: Revolution allows you to go more-or-less ‘hands-free’, with auto-battle and auto-questing making grinding a less labour-intensive affair. While this makes sense on mobile – where touch-screen controls can be fiddly – sometimes it’s fun to do things the old-fashioned way. Here are three good reasons to turn off auto-play in Lineage 2: Revolution.

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Review: Dragon Ball Legends review - One of the best anime games on mobile

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Review: Dragon Ball Legends review - One of the best anime games on mobile

I watch a lot of anime. Yes, I know, I'm sorry but it's true. Despite that glaring personality flaw though, I don't play a lot of anime games, especially not on my mobile.

I love seeing those familiar characters, hearing their sweet wee voices screaming unintelligible jargon. Bu the games are, usually, rubbish.

I've played card games, alright? I've played card games, I've played gacha games, and far too often there's, well, no actual gameplay in between all the collecting to keep me involved for longer than a couple of sessions.

Terraform alien worlds in TerraGenesis, out now on Android

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Terraform alien worlds in TerraGenesis, out now on Android

Having sent over 1 million iOS players to inhabit distant worlds, TerraGenesis is turning to Android users to begin the next wave of galactic colonization. TerraGenesis, winner of last year’s Very Big Indie Pitch in San Francisco, is a stunning space sim grounded in real-life science that gives players free reign in terraforming planets, transforming them into habitable worlds for millions of people.

Use science and technology to meld our solar system’s planets into livable habitats for your new colonists. You’ll need to balance air pressure and oxygen while building up biomass and sea levels. You’ll even have the power to use genes and phyla to create your own organisms. Terragenesis features an array of worlds to choose from, from familiar planets like Mars and Venus, to fictional worlds including Bacchus and Ragnarok. You can even join factions, which have their own advantages based on your unique goals.

Stickman Soccer 2018 arrives in time for the World Cup

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Stickman Soccer 2018 arrives in time for the World Cup

The Premier League season is over and the pre-World Cup withdrawal symptoms are threatening to kick in, but luckily, Stickman Soccer 2018 is here to deliver your football fix.

Developer Djinnworks has rolled out a fresh addition to the award-winning casual soccer series in time for the big tournament in Russia, and this season’s instalment promises to be the most feature-rich to date.

Stickman Soccer 2018 kicks off with a raft of new gameplay features, including red and yellow cards, a sprint button, slow motion replays, and the option to customise your team. There’s even a World Cup mode you can tackle in a bid to succeed where England will probably fail this summer.

Find dinosaurs stomping around your neighbourhood in Pokemon GO-like Jurassic World Alive, out now on Android

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Find dinosaurs stomping around your neighbourhood in Pokemon GO-like Jurassic World Alive, out now on Android

It's been up for pre-registration on Android for a little while, and remains in soft launch on iOS, but Jurassic World Alive has just dropped on Google Play

Much like the AR sensation Pokemon GO, Jurassic World Alive is an AR monster-collecting game. As part of the DPG (Dinosaur Protection Group) you'll pick a username, head off on a wander around your street, and stumble across different sorts of dinosaurs. 

To collect them you've got to send your drone in and dart them for DNA samples. These'll then be transported to your lab where you can create hybrids and make up the ultimate dinosaur strike team. 

Get ready to rock the world stage in musical RPG Concert Kings, for iOS and Android

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Get ready to rock the world stage in musical RPG Concert Kings, for iOS and Android

If you’ve got a passion for music and have always dreamed of becoming a rock star, Big Blue Bubble’s latest title Concert Kings is definitely worth a look. A music-infused mobile RPG unlike any other, the game is coming soon to iOS and Android devices. Will you have what it takes to top the international charts?

Placing you in control of your own personalized up-and-coming rock band, Concert Kings sets you on a world tour where you’ll battle rival bands, play your own compositions, and find your unique sound. Every gig is a clash worth fighting, with each member of your band boasting specialised skills that can help turn the tide of a musical battle.

Combat is played out in traditional turn-based fashion, but defies RPG expectations thanks to the ability to compose your own music and customize your band. Concert Kings features hundreds of clothing and hair options which not only look good, but also serve to boost your stats and therefore chances for success. You’ll have all the tools needed to leave your foes Thunderstruck.

Dragon Ball Legends cheats and tips - Levelling up and increasing your power level fast

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Dragon Ball Legends cheats and tips - Levelling up and increasing your power level fast

So an evil villain is planning to wipe your planet out of existence with a big old ki blast, huh? Humanity on its last legs? Aliens and robots invading? Sound like you, my friend, need to raise your power level, and fast.

Getting angry is definitely one way to do it, but if you want to get that power level soaring in Dragon Ball Legends, you need to be a bit smarter about it.

Luckily, we've got the tips you need. Levelling up fast, equipment, soul boosts and more are what you need in order to power up and fast, so read on for everything you need to know.

Fight on for your clan's survival in Banner Saga 2, coming to Switch on June 7th

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Fight on for your clan's survival in Banner Saga 2, coming to Switch on June 7th

Coming close behind the Switch launch of the original Banner Saga, Banner Saga 2 is set to release for the platform on June 7.

Banner Saga 2 picks up where the original game left off, tasking you once again with navigating tactical battles in order to ensure that your clan survives the grim circumstances they're in.

Like the first installment, the choices you make will directly affect what happens to your clan, and sometimes there are no good options to be had.