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<p>It feels like only yesterday we were talking about Shadowgun Legends' soft launch and potential March release date, but now it's official - it's coming to iOS and Android on March 22nd.</p><p>
<p>Green Boy Games, an indie retro games studio, is launching a Kickstarter campaign for a new fantasy Game Boy adventure called The Shapeshifter next week on 18th January.</p><p>It puts you into the shoes of Elliot, an ordinary person on a weekend trip to the mountains, who meets an elf that grants him the power of becoming any animal he touches. This is part of the regular gameplay loop, where touching animals will allow you to transform into them to allow you to save the world.</p>3rbgamer.comUsers will get all the luxury facilities in the gameplay to perform all top-notch functions, which is perceptive through child moods—getting yourself immersed in the endless classic gameplay of lifestyle adventure.
Till thus he 'gan besiege me: "Gentle maid,<p>Blue Box isn't just a platformer.</p><p>It features platforming, sure; you control a small blue box leaping to and from other boxes to get from point A to B.</p><p>Instead of relying on twitch reflexes, though, Blue Box requires logic.</p><p>Jumping on a platform once shrinks it, while jumping on it twice blows it back up to the original size.</p><p>The goal is to destroy boxes by jumping to and from other platforms to continually shrink target boxes until they're gone.</p><p>You need to destroy all platform boxes before reaching the exit.</p><p>Blue Box is 79c / 99c on the App Store and Google Play.</p><p>You can also play the prototype for free on Kongregate.</p>
<p>It appears this summer is the season of the iOS skating game. We've already seen Transworld Endless Skater, Epic Skater, and a soft-launched Tony Hawk's game in the past few months, and now it's the turn of Skater.</p><p>The game looks like it's going to follow the True Skate / Touchgrind Skate formula rather than the more arcadey entrants to the genre we've been treated to recently. Screenshots show a pair of skate shoes hovering magically above a spinning board.</p><p>Apparently you'll be skating in famous real-life spots as well. These are authentically recreated from architectural plans, on-site photography, and Google height maps. So it's just like being there, but more pixel-y.</p><p>There's a more free-form feel to play as well. You're taking part in massive skate-jams, finding your own lines, setting your own challenges, and sharing them with the rest of the world. Which sounds ridiculously cool.</p>Skater should be hitting the App Store in the next couple of weeks, and we'll let you know as soon as we hear exactly when. But until then you can paint us as cautiously optimistic for this one.Updated on January 17th, at 7:58: iOS owners seeking some exciting new shmup action don't have to wait any longer, as the imminent Z-Exemplar has been released on the App Store.<p>You can enjoy its various weapons, stages, and secrets for £2.99 / $3.99 on iPad and iPhone.</p><p>You'll remember our own Christian Valentin bringing Z-Exemplar up last year. Well, now Android users can finally get their hands on it.</p><p>Z-Exemplar is a side-scrolling shooter that looks so retro I can practically smell the sweet bubble gum and metallic tang of arcade money. Picking up inspiration from shmups the like of R-Type, Nemesis, and Gradius, Z-Exemplar challenges players to 'conquer a galaxy of 961 semi-procedurally created planets/levels'. That's a lot to touch on.</p><p>Along the way you can upgrade your ships, win medals, and discover galactic secrets while you're at it. Its 8-bit art style is just perfect for this type of sci-fi shmup and really gets the bumps a'goosing.</p><p>Released on Steam last year, Z-Exemplar launched on Google Play this week for Android devices, so grab it for £2.99. Though iOS hasn't hit the ground just yet, the dev has promised on the forum page that an iOS release 'is imminent'.</p>In serving the wicked, expect no reward, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pains.
"I don't see much hair of any color," said Marilla. "I wouldn't worry about it, if I were you, until it becomes visible."<p>WarQuest: Game of the Gods is a text-based RPG that's been developed by humble toymaker and is available now for both iOS and Android. It follows the journey of Tokar, a mercery with a dark past.</p><p>Throughout the game you'll learn more about Tokar's history as you aid him on his journey, ensuring that he stays alive. As the story progresses you will have to make several decisions that will influence which resources you'll be given. These choices will also influence the rewards you receive at the end of each chapter.</p>