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<p>Imagine you are teleported into a strange, wild land. What would you do? Well, according to Barbearian, you just take an axe, build an army and slaughter your way back.The game is going to feature more than a hundred level and it looks quite unique with its zoomed out, hand drawn style and awesome looking bosses:</p>
<p>PUBG Mobile has announced that from January 1st, semi-professional esports players will be able to sign up to compete in the 2021 PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO), which will be the biggest semi-pro esports competition to date. It'll be the first event in the battle royale's 2021 esports program, which aims to be even bigger than 2020. </p><p>The PMCO proved very popular throughout 2020 with tens of thousands of teams signing up to participate. The PMCO 2021 will be available in 27 different regions and teams will have until January 24th to register their interest in taking part.</p>Alba: A Wildlife Adventure review - "Becoming a Hero Through Small Actions"<p>The expansion to the PMCO will naturally allow more players to get involved and battle it out for a chance to move up to the next stage of the competition. The regions it will expand into include places in Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, LATAM and Southeast Asia.</p><p>The full list of regions that people can sign up in are; CIS, Europe WC, MENA WC, Africa, South Asia WC, LATAM WC, North America, Malaysia & Singapore, Southeast Asia WC, HMT, Wildcard, Turkey, Germany, UK, France, Saudi, Iraq, Egypt, UAE, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Nepal, Bangladesh, Brazil and Mexico.</p>Million Dungeon review - "Too cute to care about what's happening"<p>To sign up, players can do so over on the PMCO website from tomorrow until January 24th. The PUBG Mobile esports scene has grown tremendously since it first began back in 2018. This year it broke records for viewership and the prize pool this year stood at $14,000,000, which is almost treble what it used to be.</p><p>PUBG Mobile 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 more shooters to play on your phone? Here are 15 of the best available for iPhone and iPad
"No, it was the night Gilbert and I came home. You were driving your geese down the hill. I should think I DO remember it! I thought you were so beautiful--I longed for weeks after to find out who you were."
<p>ChuChu Rocket! Universe is a sequel to the Sega Dreamcast game that was released 20 years ago. It's certainly been a long weight for any hardcore ChuChu Rocket fans. The game will be available on 19th September as a launch title for Apple Arcade.</p><p>If you've never played the original ChuChu Rocket it's essentially a game of cat and mouse. Except, the cats are called KapuKapus are the mice are the titular ChuChus. The aim of the game is to help the ChuChus reach their spaceship by placing directional arrows on the floor whilst avoiding the KapuKapu.</p><p>ChuChu Rocket Universe! looks to build on its prequel rather than simply being a modern-day remake. They're attempting to add even more complexity to the puzzles the game will also feature switches and teleports. This should allow for even more in-depth solutions as you try and help the ChuChus avoid their mortal enemies.</p><p> </p><p>The game now has 3D worlds, which look absolutely beautiful. There appears to be plenty of variety on display for all the levels with one being set on a giant cake whilst another has an underwater theme. It still maintains the top-down view you'll be familiar with but the new 3D look certainly gives the game a lot more character in my opinion.</p><p>To add even more complexity to the puzzles the game will also feature switches and teleports. This should allow for even more in-depth puzzles as you try and help the mice avoid their mortal enemies. The game will also feature online multiplayer – as the original did – where you will compete with other players in a bid to rescue more ChuChus than your opponent.</p><p>ChuChu Rocket! Universe will be available through Apple Arcade when it launches on 19th September. For more information about what Apple Arcade is and what games are available, we've made a few handy lists for you.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
A LION, roaming through a forest, trod upon a thorn. Soon afterward he came up to a Shepherd and fawned upon him, wagging his tail as if to say, "I am a suppliant, and seek your aid." The Shepherd boldly examined the beast, discovered the thorn, and placing his paw upon his lap, pulled it out; thus relieved of his pain, the Lion returned into the forest. Some time after, the Shepherd, being imprisoned on a false accusation, was condemned "to be cast to the Lions" as the punishment for his imputed crime. But when the Lion was released from his cage, he recognized the Shepherd as the man who healed him, and instead of attacking him, approached and placed his foot upon his lap. The King, as soon as he heard the tale, ordered the Lion to be set free again in the forest, and the Shepherd to be pardoned and restored to his friends.
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Philippa and her Reverend Jo arrived at Green Gables the day before the wedding. Anne and Phil had a rapturous meeting which presently simmered down to a cosy, confidential chat over all that had been and was about to be.
<p>Stoic Studio has announced that its tactical RPG The Banner Saga will be coming to iPad, Android tablets, and Windows tablets in September 2014.</p><p>Previously, the studio had planned to bring The Banner Saga to tablets in the summer of 2014. You know, the one that we're about to exit with August coming to an end.</p><p>Obviously, that wasn't quite possible, but at least we shouldn't even have to wait a full month before we get to play it on our tablets now.</p><p>Stoic didn't announce what price The Banner Saga will be sold for on tablets yet. However, we are expecting it to be among the higher end of premium pricing.</p><p>That's due to Stoic's John Watson previously mentioning that's what pricing region the studio is aiming for. Plus, Apple has apparently been encouraging the studio to go with a higher price, too.</p><p>Children of the 90s and earlier, it's an exciting day as Microsoft has unleashed its Solitaire collection for our playing pleasure – and it's totally free.</p><p>Yes, Solitaire is one of the most played games of all time. Granted our only choices back in the day ranged between that, Pinball, or Minesweeper, but it's a brilliant and timeless single-player cards game.</p><p>Microsoft's collection offers up a selection of five game modes: klondike, spider, freecell, tripeaks, and pyramid. We've also got daily challenges to look forward to. In these we'll have challenges to complete each day over the five game modes and earn badges and rewards for our efforts.</p><p>Grab the game on Google Play now, or on the App Store free-to-play.</p>
<p>Onmyoji: The Card Game, the spin-off to the popular RPG, is now available for iOS and Android in Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Australia. The game was initially announced at the beginning of September and is the latest title set in the Onmyoji universe after Onmyoji Arena.</p><p>The game sees players stepping into Shinkiro where they'll play a card game that's incredibly popular there called Hyakubun. It's a duel-based card game and players will also unlock different pieces of lore after each bout.</p>Slash Quest review - "Familiar yet totally different"<p>They will build their deck using four Shikigami and the exclusive cards each of them possesses. Each card will have a unique function that will see various mechanics at play such as card upgrades, transformations and combinations.</p><p>During the soft-launch in the aforementioned regions, players will be able to net themselves a host of log-in bonuses. For the first seven days, they can get card Packs, the exclusive card of a popular Shikigami, Evolved: Shuten Doji, a random SSR, and a special card back called Gather Together.</p>Sony Xperia 5 II review - Sony's Goldilocks phone for gamers<p>Beyond that, there is also a Launch Rally taking place on release. This will be a player participation-based event meaning the more people who get involved, the better the rewards. They will include the following:</p>20,000 – 6666 Gold100,000 – 10 Myth Scrolls250,000 – 15 Jikikaeru Tickets400,000 – 200 Talisman600,000 – Joyful Gathering title<p>Onmyoji: The Card Game is available now in Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Australia over on the App Store and Google Play. It is a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. There is currently no word on whether or not the game will launch globally, but we'll sure to keep you updated as soon as we learn more.</p>Interested in other upcoming mobile games? Here are some of the best that are currently in soft-launch
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<p>Call of Duty Mobile is getting a nice new update that brings back an old fan-favourite. By popular demand, Rapid Fire Mode returns to the game for a limited time only.</p><p>If you haven't played Rapid Fire Mode then there's a good chance that you'll like it a lot. It's all about causing destruction and having fun out on the battlefield.</p><p>Reduced cooldowns for operator skills and scorestreaks make up a chunk of what this wild mode is about. This means that you'll no longer have to wait forever to use your OS again, as you'll essentially be able to fire it off at will.</p><p>This alone makes for an explosive experience. Imagine all of the different operator skills being activated all over the place almost constantly. </p><p>If that didn't whet your appetite, then you'll love that this mode has limitless ammo. Yup, so you can rain bullets non-stop on your competition and enjoy a fireworks show.</p><p>Rapid Fire is truly an insane mode, and the unlimited ammo just solidifies that. However, the mode will only be available until February 26th, so you'd be wise to jump on right now before it's over. </p><p>Sticks & Stones Mode also makes a triumphant return to go along with Rapid Fire. This mode will last a little longer, ending on February 29th.</p><p>Aside from bringing back Rapid Fire, there is also a change to Battle Pass that's on the way. The biggest change, in particular, is that you'll have the opportunity to earn variants of the weapons that you already own, adding to the variety. </p><p>This update won't take effect until April however, but that's coming around faster than you think. What better way to start spring than with new updates, right? </p><p>Lastly, the Credit Store will be releasing new content each month going forward. This will include new weapons and operator skills among many other things.</p><p>Call of Duty Mobile is available now for free on Google Play and the App Store.</p>Do you enjoy the action of multiplayer games? Then check out this list of the top 25 multiplayer games for iPhone and iPad