Darkness Rises is hosting a collaborative event with Ubisoft's For Honor later this month

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Darkness Rises, Nexon's incredibly popular third-person action RPG, will be teaming up with Ubisoft on December 15th for a collaborative event with their IP, For Honor. It's set to stick around for a while too, being available until March 16th 2021. Plenty of time to enjoy all the content on offer.  During this time players will be able to head into battle wearing costumes that have been inspired by the different classes available in For Honor. This will include Kensei, Peacekeeper, Nobushi, Hulda, Warden, Raider and Black Prior. ... [MORE]

NBA 2K20: A few tips to keep in mind in the mobile edition

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NBA 2K20 is the latest NBA 2K game that is available for mobile. This is not to be confused with NBA 2K Mobile, which has become one of the most popular sports games on iOS and Android. This game is essentially like the full NBA 2K experience but watered down a bit to run smoothly on mobile.  It really is very similar to older games in the franchise such as NBA 2K14. From the player movement and graphics, it does seem like a reminder. But this mobile version of NBA 2K20 features a simplified MyCAREER mode as well the iconic Blacktop mode and Season modes.  ... [MORE]

Mad Cars is an upcoming driving game for iOS where you control an entire fleet of vehicles simultaneously

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Mad Cars is an upcoming quirky driving game from indie developer Popa Radu that's heading for iOS on January 4th. It's been made with Buildbox, a 3D gaming engine that doesn't require coding knowledge to get started making games. The aim of Mad Cars is to drive down a motorway or some other road whilst avoiding a plethora of hazards that litter the streets. The catch is, you won't just be driving one vehicle, instead, you'll be steering a whole horde of cars. ... [MORE]

Pirates Treasure Hunt is an educational digital board game out now for mobile

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Burning Fox Games has released a new game aimed for young children to learn mathematics. It’s called Pirates Treasure Hunt, a digital board game where children who are in education will be able to refine their knowledge of maths and all related topics. It’s a game app in the style of a classic board game, where two to four of you compete against each other to divide the pirate’s treasure amongst yourselves. You throw the dice in turn, add up the digits it yields and choose the right treasure island to plunder. Whoever has the most coins by the end of the game wins. ... [MORE]

Hay Day: How to gain experience and level up quickly

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I am sure you are looking to unlock all of the different areas of your farm. There are so many interesting buildings and areas, just waiting for you to unlock them. Along with these areas, constantly showing themselves to you on your farm, but there are also a bunch of different animals, machines, and more to take a look at, once you are a higher level. When it comes to leveling up, you will need to gain experience points, which are displayed in a bar across the top of the screen, next to your current level. There are loads of ways to get experience points, but some ways will get you more in a quick fashion. You will be getting small amounts of XP for everything you do - harvesting produce, creating new items out of the produce, chopping down trees, fulfilling orders and more. ... [MORE]

Dead Cells, the challenging roguelike, is getting a new DLC early next year

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Motion Twin and Evil Empire has shared a first look at the upcoming Dead Cells DLC called Fatal Falls, a huge offering which brings new threats, locales and rewards to the challenging roguelike next year. The studio has not announced yet what platforms will be getting it first, but it’s best to assume it’ll be coming to PC and consoles first, followed by mobile at a later date. Fatal Falls adds two entirely new biomes to the game, The Fractured Shrines and The Undying Shores, and a new boss, which each act as parallels to the ‘Stilt Village’, ‘Clock Tower’ and ‘Time Keeper’ areas and their alternate paths. Here’s a video that details some of the additions coming to the game in the next big update. ... [MORE]

Doors: Origins is a contraption-based puzzler out now on Android and iOS

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Snapbreak has released Doors: Origins, a puzzler about fiddling around with contraptions and mysterious doors, on the Android and iOS stores. It’s set on Earth, but in an alternate reality where we’re on an even bigger path of destruction. The sky constantly shifts colours, there’s mass flooding, and when snow falls it’s grey. All seems lost until humanity discovers a mysterious portal in which there becomes a chance to start anew. ... [MORE]

Hay Day: How to gain coins quickly

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Hay Day is a farming simulator where you are trying to make a farm for profit. Selling produce, helping out the town and continuing to invest in your own town can make a huge difference as you are leveling up and growing. Within the game, you will need to keep trying to gain more money, so that you can continue to grow. There are two different types of currencies in Hay Day; coins, which can be earned quite casually through playing, and gems, which are a more premium currency, only popping up here and there within the game. ... [MORE]

Lords of the Fallen: Three things to know about the challenging RPG

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Lords of the Fallen is an RPG that is on both consoles and mobile and features combat that is similar to many dark fantasy games of the past like Dark Souls. You traverse an interconnected world as Harkyn, a warrior who is trying to save the world from an evil force. Some say that the game is a carbon copy of the Souls games. Although the series is immensely influential and has inspired games like Nioh, it still viewed as being almost virtually the same thing. Despite that, the game still has received a fair amount of praise. ... [MORE]

Book of Beasts review: "I don't know what I'm doing, but I'm having fun"

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Trading card games online have become increasingly popular. Maybe it’s because of the strategy and variety behind these games. Or maybe it’s because most of us had to stay at home and needed to find new ways to kill time. Regardless of the reason, a good card game can be extremely fun and highly addictive. You probably already know about games like Hearthstone Arena or Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, but there’s a new player in town that might be worth your time. ... [MORE]