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<p>Robobot Studio has taken a break from building mobile help bots, and turned its attention to a world set long before mobiles were even conceived. Medieval Dynasty: Game of Kings is the latest game from the developer. It’s a multiple choice RPG set between 476 and 1492 AD. The characters and locations are pure fiction, but this isn’t a world full of dragons and orcs - it’s much more grounded in the day-to-day runnings of a kingdom.</p><p>Medieval Dynasty begins with an empty throne. The king has kicked the bucket, and it’s now your responsibility to rule over the realm. You take up the role of various leaders across the centuries as they attempt to keep things running smoothly. Easier said than done when you have rebellions, economic fluctuations and some less-than-trustworthy confidants to deal with. The game poses various multiple-choice questions to you, and each decision you make changes the trajectory of your reign. All the kings you take control of across the eras have distinct personalities. Some are wise, some greedy, others mad. Those personality traits influence the results of your decisions.</p><p>Medieval Dynasty is a little like Reigns: Game of Thrones, but adopts a more traditional look and swaps the Tinder-like swipes for taps. The game is broken into rounds - more than 4,000 - each consisting of an event which you will have to deal with, from quelling uprisings to forging alliances. You aren't making decisions blind; across the top of your screen are the various elements you’re balancing, from resources to groups of people. For each question, you’ll see what impact certain decisions will have on the health of these elements, and the chance of success. These are factors you have to take into account if you want to keep your place on the throne.</p><p>The Moomins has been around since 1947 and it certainly hasn't faded into the background. With comic strips, comic books, a selection of chinaware, and a very popular television show in the early 90s, to hear that a Moomins game is on the cards is quite exciting indeed.</p><p>Moomin Quest: The Lost Winter follows the story of Moomin and his friends as they set about their quest to find the Lady of the Cold and find out why winter is missing.</p><p>Though it's not entirely clear, the game seems to be fairly fast-paced as the levels progress and work by tapping tiles, all of which react in a different way - i.e. some tiles will speed up gameplay, some tiles require multiple taps before they disappear, etc.</p><p>Coming to iOS and Android sometime between September and October, Moomin Quest: The Lost Winter will be free with in-app purchases.</p>
<p>I reckon most mobile racing fans probably know of and have perhaps played Playrise Digital's Table Top Racing in one of its several forms. Launched all the way back in 2014, it's a fast-paced arcade battle-racer that sees you careening around little courses in miniaturized vehicles.</p><p>The World Tour edition adds a number of mobile-friendly features, making it an upgraded version of last year's Switch port. First off, the game runs at a smooth 60fps on "all modern devices". It's also compatible with Android TV controllers, and those with iOS 13+ devices have the option to use any MFi controllers, a DualShock 4, or a Microsoft Xbox One controller.</p>
<p>Dragon Raja, Archosaur Games' long-awaited open-world MMORPG, finally has a solid release date for iOS and Android. Over 1.5 million pre-registered players will be thrilled to hear that it's set to launch globally on February 27th.</p><p>The game boasts some of the most impressive visuals yet seen on mobile devices, with a colourful, vibrant world to explore that pulls from both sci-fi and fantasy settings. </p><p>You'll be faced with the imminent return of slumbering dragons set to once again rise and regain control of the world. Humanity requires the help of a crack team of hybrid warriors if we're to survive. This lot can harness a variety of draconic powers, using the dragons' strengths against them.</p>Golden Tooth Sect Great Treasure(Unlimited Associations)<p>Backspace is about logging online to find that you're sucked into a super network and can't escape.</p><p>That might sound like a horror story, but it's not. Backspace is actually a sci-fi action arcade game set on spherical worlds.</p><p>You drive around these spheres to get inside of them using Pods to break through walls, and Teleports to travel between their layers.</p><p>Along the way, you'll be blowing up enemies and moving cargo around to solve puzzles. It's all an effort to unlock the secret of the network that's trapped you and your friends.</p>"So you are to have THAT, too," she said in a choked voice. And without another word she had turned and gone across the fields homeward. Anne was deeply hurt; for the moment she felt as if she could never like Leslie again. But when Leslie came over a few evenings later she was so pleasant, so friendly, so frank, and witty, and winsome, that Anne was charmed into forgiveness and forgetfulness. Only, she never mentioned her darling hope to Leslie again; nor did Leslie ever refer to it. But one evening, when late winter was listening for the word of spring, she came over to the little house for a twilight chat; and when she went away she left a small, white box on the table. Anne found it after she was gone and opened it wonderingly. In it was a tiny white dress of exquisite workmanship-- delicate embroidery, wonderful tucking, sheer loveliness. Every stitch in it was handwork; and the little frills of lace at neck and sleeves were of real Valenciennes. Lying on it was a card--"with Leslie's love."
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<p>Puzzlers are one of the most prominent genres in the mobile market. As such, this makes being unique extremely difficult.</p><p>So, when Jhulo was presented as a part of this year's Very Big Indie Pitch in Bangalore, it was hard not to instantly take note.</p>Feel the rhythm<p>Taking its inspiration from swinging motion of a pendulum, Jhulo tasks players with swinging a variety of balls in unison so that they don’t smash into each other, and consequently break the chain.</p><p>It's a fascinating concept, and one that not only requires the player to analyse and deconstruct the situation, but also utilise a sense of timing, and even rhythm, in order to be victorious.</p><p>As such, to refer to Jhulo as simply a puzzle title doesn't do it justice, its honestly more of a puzzle meets rhythm title.</p>Hidden complexity<p>On the face of it Jhulo seems like it shouldn't be too hard.</p><p>However in truth, it's actually an experience that begins deceptively simple, but grows and grows in complexity thanks to some excellent pacing, and the constant addition of new mechanics,</p><p>In fact, it won't be long before you’ll be staring at a puzzle not knowing where to start.</p><p>However, this is where Jhulo shows the addictive heart that lies within its gameplay, and just like any good puzzler, players will find themselves getting closer and closer to the solution through a process of trial and error.</p><p>All of which comes together for a completely satisfying experience, especially when you see all of the the different balls swinging in perfect unison.</p><p>Jhulo is currently available on iOS whereby players can play the first 50 levels for free, before having the option to purchase an additional 50.</p><p>That's not all though, as not only is an Android version coming in the next few months, but the game’s developer also plans to add further graphical enhancements.</p><p>All in all, if you love puzzle games but have been dying for a brand new experience, then you'll certainly want to give Jhulo a go. It certainly left me completely mesmerised.</p>
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