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<p>Game Stew's Castle of White Night is a homage to classic first-person dungeon crawlers that delivers a surprisingly fleet-footed, intense take on what is a very old-school formula. The basic idea is that you'll explore a series of complex labyrinths in search of loot and hidden treasures, attempting to take down 100 twisted souls as you go.</p><p>There be monsters here, of course – over 50 of the damned things. These guys range from quite literal pillars of flesh to giant goblins and beyond. There's a handy auto-mapping system, allowing you to get a clear picture of where you've been and where you're headed. In general, it's very mobile-friendly, with surprisingly fast-paced real-time combat and a focus on shorter play sessions.</p>Amid the laughter that followed Mrs. Doctor Dave urged Captain Jim to stay and have supper with them.
TWO MEN, deadly enemies to each other, were sailing in the same vessel. Determined to keep as far apart as possible, the one seated himself in the stem, and the other in the prow of the ship. A violent storm arose, and with the vessel in great danger of sinking, the one in the stern inquired of the pilot which of the two ends of the ship would go down first. On his replying that he supposed it would be the prow, the Man said, "Death would not be grievous to me, if I could only see my Enemy die before me."<p>Danganronpa is one of those series where, if you haven't played it, you're a dang fool and you need to fix that right now, what the hell is wrong with you. It's a horrific visual novel mixed with a detective-esque puzzle game where teenagers kill each other for their own freedom, and it's absolutely brilliant in every possible way.</p><p>And even better, the whole thing might be coming to Switch. Nintendo Soup has noticed that over on Amazon Japan, a listing for a Switch edition of the Danganronpa Trilogy has popped up alongside its already-confirmed PS4 release. Supposedly, it's due to hit on March 23rd, around the same time as the PS4 version.</p><p>OK, so, yeah, this is probably just a mistake. There's no way that Spike Chunsoft just "forgot" to mention that a Switch version of the series was coming at the same time as the PS4 edition. And with the series having never broken out of Sony's consoles - bar a couple of mobile games and PC ports - it'd be a pretty major thing to surprise drop.</p>To every place at once, and nowhere fixed,
<p>You’ll be getting a chance to build a theme park full of hyper-realistic robots of your own in just a short while thanks to Warner Bros. Interactive and Behaviour Interactive, the folks behind Fallout Shelter. In the new Westworld mobile game, you’ll be leaving the uncanny valley far behind you as you manage every facet of your morally dubious, simulated robo-sanctuary.</p><p>Westworld looks to fall into the same vein as Fallout Shelter. A teaser on the Westworld website describes the game as a “training simulator” for new Delos employees. Players will not only be able to craft their own hosts, they’ll be managing every other facet of the park as well, including keeping guests happy. What could possibly go wrong? A lot actually, but it’s just a training sim, right? Right?</p><p>The game’s currently in soft launch in the Philippines on iOS and in Denmark, Finland, Malaysia, Norway, Sweden and Thailand on Android. We’ll let you know when we get a solid release date.</p>
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<p>Remember back in February when we let you know that Lucky Kat was bringing Road Warriors to mobile? No? Ahh, that's okay because you can get your hands on the game next week.<p>Road Warriors will be released 3rd of August on #ios and #android. Ready for this action-packed racer ????? #gamedev #indiedev #pixelart pic.twitter.com/0SRUHhDg3M— Lucky Kat (@LuckyKatStudios) July 25, 2017 Developed by TurtleBlaze, Road Warriors was originally set for release on Steam before the project got put on hold a few months back.</p><p>In this side-scrolling combat racer there's no such thing as fair play as you use everything in your arsenal to win and win big. Rockets, machine guns, you name it. Then again, having been inspired by films like Mad Max and Redline we could expect nothing less.</p><p>Similar to successful jumps in games like Alto's Adventure or Mario Kart 8, if you land a flip just right you'll get a boost. The more you flip, the bigger your boost will be, and as you know a single, well-timed flip could be all that lies between you and sweet, sweet victory.</p>Road Warriors arrives on iOS and Android on August 3rd.