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<p>Apple's got another update in store for us soon, this time heavily affecting one of its niftiest features, ARKit, but in a very good way.</p><p>Once it rolls out, ARKit 1.5 will be able to offer more freedom to developers and consumers as it moves from primarily flat surfaces and branches out to posters, doors, and walls. I know that sounds a little weird but bear with me.</p><p>ARKit 1.5 allows developers to transform more objects into cool, interactive experiences, such as posters, signs, and artworks. If you're not very impressed by the idea, just imagine what it could lead to.</p><p>As suggested in Apple's article, if we get to a place where museums and galleries can successfully integrate the technology into their exhibits, it could open up a totally new world of interactive learning.</p><p>Imagine being about to walk around a true-to-life dinosaur in its full form? Or, to get a closer look at some of history's greatest heroes and villains? Hell, even to hop inside the minds of some of the world's maddest and most brilliants artists and inventors.</p><p>More than just looking at it as another way to bring games into 'real life', it's opening up so many doors for education and I'm excited to see where each of them leads.</p><p>Image source: Apple.</p>
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Android手機遊戲下載As for Anne herself, she was so happy that she almost felt frightened. The gods, so says the old superstition, do not like to behold too happy mortals. It is certain, at least, that some human beings do not. Two of that ilk descended upon Anne one violet dusk and proceeded to do what in them lay to prick the rainbow bubble of her satisfaction. If she thought she was getting any particular prize in young Dr. Blythe, or if she imagined that he was still as infatuated with her as he might have been in his salad days, it was surely their duty to put the matter before her in another light. Yet these two worthy ladies were not enemies of Anne; on the contrary, they were really quite fond of her, and would have defended her as their own young had anyone else attacked her. Human nature is not obliged to be consistent.
<p>Appxplore's popular title Masketeers: Idle Has Fallen is the latest game to get into the festive spirit with an in-game event ready to celebrate the holiday season. That's not all though, it's also the birthday of one of the characters, Falcon, which they're also looking to commemorate.</p><p>Already underway, players will be able to celebrate the sharpshooter's birthday by playing through his newly added questline. They'll need to empower their team and make us of Falcon's focused arrows on their journey to net themselves Crystal rewards and a Sacred Chest.</p><p>On top of that, Falcon is set to receive a new Visage and Costume to celebrate his special day. They'll be able to grab a fancy gold-trimmed coat called Fine Elegance and wear the Golden Beak Visage for a regal new look. This outfit will be available until the event ends.</p>Million Dungeon review - "Too cute to care about what's happening"<p>Meanwhile, from December 17th special Santa Kois and mini Trader of Fates will start to appear during battles. When they show up they will shower players with Candy Canes which can then be exchanged for a variety of useful rewards such as Crystals, Dust, Masks, and various upgrade materials to make your favourite characters more powerful. </p><p>There will be some new outfits up for grabs too including Nightingale’s Gingerbird visage, Falcon’s Winter Walker, or Titan’s Christmas Cuddles. Titan will also receive a Fluffy Bear costume that has its own cuddly friend. This can be unlocked using Crystals during the event period so make sure to grab it while you can.</p><p>Masketeers: Idle Has Fallen is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for a more traditional RPG experience to play on the go? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad
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<p>The popular JRPG Epic Seven has implemented several changes to their summoning system that aims to make it easier for players to get the characters they want.</p><p>For those unfamiliar, Epic Seven is a hero collecting, or gacha, game. This means opening some form of a loot box to earn new characters. Different levels of the same character can be discovered, with a higher level, unsurprisingly, being a stronger version. In the case of Epic Seven, these are called Summons and there are many variants of them but this update in particular deals with Covenant Summons and Mystic Summons.</p><p>The change to Covenant Summons is designed to aid players in getting their chosen hero. This will allow them to increase the chances of getting a specific hero to 1% and if they don't get them within 120 attempts, they are guaranteed to get them on the next try. This still sounds like an awful lot but it does ensure you will get a certain hero, which wasn't an option before.</p><p> </p><p>They've called this the Guaranteed Summon system, further adding to the myriad of summoning types. This will also be implemented in the Mystic Summon system. Here, new characters are made available from a rotating pool of heroes that changes weekly. In this case, players will be guaranteed to get the featured character for that period on the 201st summon.</p>Here are some Epic Seven codes for free goodies!<p>These changes were prompted by feedback from the game's community who expressed frustration at not being able to get heroes they were after. So, at the very least, it's good to see they are willing to listen to their community. Whether or not these adjustments will be well-received remains to be seen.</p><p>Epic Seven is a turn-based RPG with a strong focus collecting new heroes from loot-box style systems. It's free-to-play but has several micro-transaction options. If that's not something that concerns you then it can be found on the App Store and Google Play.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
<p>Oraiah is a new strategy game and debut mobile title for indie developer Pageboy. It's available now for Android devices and will see players building an empire in a medieval setting where you'll look to bring peace back to the continent.</p><p>To do that you'll need to conquer the enemy kingdoms. This may require both powerful infrastructure and armies so you're capable of taking on your foes, depending on your approach. However, you won't always need to conquer other territories using force, diplomacy will also be an option.</p><p>Developer Pageboy is keen to point out that choice is a big part of Oraiah, with players being put in charge of every detail with a variety of strategic decisions possible in any event that pops up. That means you'll be able to define laws and choose between violence or diplomacy.</p>Kingdom of Heroes: Tactics War review - "Terrible name, fantastic game"<p>There will also be resource management to get to grips with. Your people will need to be kept satisfied so meeting targets with regards to resources will be paramount. The happier your populace, the more prosperous your kingdom will become, making claiming new territories much easier.</p><p>There will also be tower defence elements outside of the various decisions you'll be making. That means you'll need to be fortifying your structures so you can cope with the attacks your rival kingdoms will undoubtedly launch on your own.</p><p>Strategy games on mobile being a success partly relies on how well the UI layout is optimised. The developer promises that the interface in Oraiah is uncluttered and will be easy to get to grips with.</p><p>Oraiah is available now over on Google Play. It's a premium title that costs £3.59</p>On the hunt for more strategy games, you can play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for AndroidTerm Of Service