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2、The Sea Lion(mod coins)<p>Have you ever been put in a room with a strange device in the middle while given the instruction "Please, Don't Touch Anything"?</p><p>That's the pitch of the game here and it's of course a rule you'll have to break in order to explore the game's secrets. And it's a really weird game at that, not a linear adventure game but rather a cryptic box that you have to open multiple times in order to figure its contents.</p><p>It's also a game that you need to discover by yourself as a lot of the experience is built upon your lack of knowledge of everything around you.</p><p>The game's on sale now on iOS for a limited time. You'll be able to get it for £1.49. This discount is not yet visible on Google's Play Store.</p><p>If you're still unconvinced though, you can read the words of our own Alysia Judge who gave the game 8/10.</p>
4、<p>Pocket Gamer today says goodbye to esteemed former Editor Mark Brown, who's vacating his latest position as Editor at Large to dedicate more time to his YouTube channel, Game Maker's Toolkit.</p><p>Mark joined Pocket Gamer almost seven years ago as News Editor, but proved incompetent due to a severe addiction to the TV show Lost. Ultimately, it cost him the role.</p><p>His written ability was without question though, and he regularly contributed freelance features before being formally instated as Features Editor.</p><p>With his help, traffic on PG skyrocketed - so much so that his talents could be quelled no longer, and he was made Editor.</p><p>The rest, as they say, is history. Mark is without doubt the finest Editor Pocket Gamer has ever seen, and was instrumental in making it the mobile gaming super power it is today.</p><p>All of us at Pocket Gamer would like to thank Mark profusely for his enormous contribution to the site, and wish him the very best of luck with all of his future endeavours.</p><p>But he's not getting off that easily. You can expect to see Mark's name continue to pop up regularly with a freelance feature or review here and there.</p><p>Glen Fox - EditorThose are some damn big shoes to fill, aren't they?</p><p>That being said, it's not an entirely fair competition as Mark is, in fact, an AI born inside the internet.</p><p>After inspiring Shigeru Miyamoto to create a bunch of well-loved Nintendo franchises, he grew tired of his digital existence so 3D printed a synthetic body and said "hi, I'm Mark Brown" over and over again until Pocket Gamer took pity on him.</p><p>Mark doesn't visualise video games in the same manner that we do either. It's just code to him - similar to how Neo sees the Matrix. That's the real secret behind the enormous success of Game Maker's Toolkit.</p><p>On a serious note, I will miss Mark as a colleague and mentor a lot. I owe everything I've learned to the man, the myth, and the legend, and Pocket Gamer will never be the same without him.</p><p>But this isn't goodbye as I will continue to pester Mark on a daily basis in the mantle of his bestest friend ever!Emily Sowden - News Editor</p><p>I wish I knew Mr. Mark Brown more than I did so that my words for him had a bit more depth, but I'll say undoubtedly that he's a top-class fella.</p><p>He's always open for helping you out and was friendly from the get-go when I joined back in June. I don't think I need to mention his hilariously random sense of humour.</p><p>Ever the professional, ever knowledgeable, and always hard working, he'll certainly be a missed presence at PG.</p>Jon Mundy - Features Editor<p>As a fellow PG old timer, I've ended up working with Mark in a variety of guises over the years. Whichever hat he's been wearing, though, he's always been the same Mark - sharp, funny, and authoritative.</p>His unique voice will be missed on the site.
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- <p>Riot recently announced that they would be holding a regional alpha for their upcoming mobile MOBA, League of Legends: Wild Rift. They revealed today that this will start on June 6th and run until 27th in the Phillippines and Brazil for Android users.</p><p>The test aims to determine how players find the core gameplay alongside if they find the progression system to be fair and that getting champions doesn't feel too irksome. Naturally, they'll also be looking at the stability of the game too.</p>
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