Subsurface Circular is making its way to Nintendo Switch

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Subsurface Circular is making its way to Nintendo Switch

Subsurface Circular, the robot mystery adventure by Mike Bithell, creator of Thomas Was Alone, is coming to Nintendo Switch next month. It’s another game worthy of adding to your ever-growing collection of quality Nindies.

The game is a text-based mystery in which you investigate the disappearance of a large number of sentient robots. You’ll ride around the city’s underground subway system to speak to other robot workers, or Teks, and try to uncover clues. Subsurface Circular is quite understated, set in a single train car, but the story expertly reveals itself is small bits and pieces, keeping you hooked from the get-go.

Give your campsite some razzle dazzle in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's Crystal Collection Event

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Give your campsite some razzle dazzle in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's Crystal Collection Event

The latest Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp event went live this weekend, fresh on the heels of the game's biggest update yet. This time around, the game wants you to turn your campsite into a crystalline winter wonderland. The Crystal Collection Event will see you gathering crystal shards in the usual fashion—by completing animal requests. Once you gather enough, you can craft crystal-themed goodies. Here’s what’s up for grabs this time around: 



Crystal Mist: 10 crystal shards and 100 bells

Review: Nitro Racing GO review - A painfully pedestrian clicker

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Review: Nitro Racing GO review - A painfully pedestrian clicker

Do you like tapping your phone screen a lot? Do you like cars? Do you like arbitrary reward systems as much as you despise skill? Then boy, do I have a game for you!

Yes, Nitro Racing GO is a tapper/clicker. I understand that this fact may make a large proportion of you reach for the 'back' button. Don't worry, I won't be offended. I'd probably do the same.

Still here? Okay then. Let's hit the road. Or rather, tap it.

Pocket Gamer Podcast: Episode 431 - Florence, PUBG Mobile

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Pocket Gamer Podcast: Episode 431 - Florence, PUBG Mobile

This week has it all: from plot-free sandboxes of endless multiplayer violence to short, heartfelt, narrative-driven experiences.

Yes, we take a look at the Chinese version of PUBG on mobile, then play Monument Valley co-creator Ken Wong's delightful interactive story Florence.

We also talk to the man himself, as well as checking out the rest of the week's new mobile releases including puzzler Death Squared, cat-romancing sim Purrfect Date, plus Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 on Switch.

Registration is up for Hearthstone's 2018 Wild Open - Could it be you scooping the grand prize?

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Registration is up for Hearthstone's 2018 Wild Open - Could it be you scooping the grand prize?

Want to get in on the 2018 Hearthstone Wild Open? Well registration is now open for the event. You've got until the 18th of February to sign up for your region's local qualifying rounds.

Those qualifiers will happen February 22nd to February 25th, and March 1st to 4th. Get through the qualifiers and you'll be heading to Burbank, California, to compete for a share of the prize fund of $25,000. Which is pretty cool.

If you want more information on just what the Wild Open entails, you can check out all of the rules and other information over on the Hearthstone blog by clicking right here.

Harry's hot takes: It's the Chinese year of the dog, but what are different dog's favourite mobile games?

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Harry's hot takes: It's the Chinese year of the dog, but what are different dog's favourite mobile games?

Happy Chinese New Year! This year is the year of the dog. Dogs are cool. Some of them are fluffy, some of them aren't fluffy, and almost all of them are super cute drool monsters who want to be your best friend.

Which got me thinking. What would a dog's favourite mobile game be? And not just one dog, lots of different dogs, pictures of which I have found from various sources on the internet? That's right, once again I'm answering the big questions that no one else has the guts to ask.

Big Beethoven Dog

Guide - The best Creature Quest tips and tricks for every player

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Guide - The best Creature Quest tips and tricks for every player

Creature Quest is celebrating its one-year anniversary, marking a full 12 months of wonderful fantasy adventures full of mythical collectable critters. To celebrate, we’ve drafted a handy guide chock full of tips sure to help out both newcomers and seasoned pros. Keep this advice in mind the next time you log-in to the game.

Save your creatures

Duplicate creatures are a natural fact of life in Creature Quest, but don’t toss them away! They may seem useless now, but extra creatures can be used to awaken elusive 4-Dot creatures you may come across in your adventures.

Catch these Pokemon in Pokemon GO and celebrate this Lunar New Year with extra Stardust

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Catch these Pokemon in Pokemon GO and celebrate this Lunar New Year with extra Stardust

Happy Friday and a happy Lunar New Year to all of those celebrating it. Pokemon GO's certainly been busy this past month and there's no sign of slowing down as a brand new event dawns. 



Feeling lucky? Starting today until February 17, Trainers who catch a Poochyena, Growlithe, Snubbull, Eevee, or Electrike will receive bonus Stardust. Happy #LunarNewYear! pic.twitter.com/FqaVsO65b3

Bayonetta 1 and 2 cheats and tips - Essential tips for Pure Platinum medals and better scores

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Bayonetta 1 and 2 cheats and tips - Essential tips for Pure Platinum medals and better scores

Bayonetta 1 + 2 are finally on Nintendo Switch, allowing a brand new generation of players to enjoy the chaotic battles of the Umbran Witch.

But what even veteran players will find difficult is achieving all of those Pure Platinum medals. That’s the real challenge!

In order to get Pure Platinum you need to be of the highest skill, but even if you’re not quite a master, these tips will still help you get ratings and trophies way better than Stone rank at least!