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<p>First announced back in January, Faily Skater as the team over at Spunge Games refined it from the barer models to the game you'll see in the trailer.</p><p>
<p>Pokemon Go was not only the most impactful mobile game of last year, it was also one of the biggest global phenomena to emerge from the gaming world.</p><p>Millions of people from the hardcore gamer to the far more casual families and business people took to the streets in the hope of snaring a Pokemon or too (preferably not ANOTHER Pidgey) in the location-based AR game from Google spin-off Niantic.</p><p>The game was genuinely fun and fresh, but admittedly the perennial Pokemon license seemed ideally suited and brought in millions of ardent fans. So just imagine what would happen if an arguably even bigger IP was given the 'Go' treatment.</p><p>That's precisely what was unveiled today with the announcement of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, a partnership between Niantic and Warner Bros. Interactive (and new Potter-dedicated sub-brand Portkey Games) that will allow humble muggles to explore the magic world of Hogswarts and Pottermore, meeting familiar characters from J K Rowling's fantasy universe and doing battle with all manner of monsters and indeed fellow wizards.</p><p>The project had been previously rumoured along with a host of other IP spin-off 'Gos' apparently in production including Marvel, Star Wars and various other Disney universes but had been thought to be just press speculation... until today.</p><p>John Hanke, founder and CEO of Niantic, released an official statement saying, "The beloved Harry Potter stories have captured imaginations worldwide for more than 20 years and soon we’ll turn the fantasy into augmented reality, allowing fans and their friends to become wizards and witches."</p><p>Harry Potter is a great choice to follow up Pokemon Go's success. Its army of fans continue to make it a global phenomenon. Each of Rowling's seven books has broken sales records, with the series having sold over 450 million copies worldwide. The Daniel Radcliffe-starring movies have grossed more than $7.7 billion (making it the largest-grossing film franchise in history).</p><p>This follow's Niantic's acquisition last week of Evertoon, a platform for adding social media elements to digital products. Could we be seeing Pokemon Go and Wizards Unite getting more socially connected in 2018?</p><p>So: Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is coming and as of this week it has an official website. It will be released next year and we couldn't be more excited. Suffice to say we are going to be all over this like a Dementor's kiss in the coming months. How much are you looking forward to it? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
<p>Band Saga is a musical action roguelike that's currently looking for funding through a Kickstarter campaign. 'But what's a musical action roguelike?' I hear you cry. Well sit back, and allow me to educate you.</p><p>Okay, I don't really know either. By the looks of things it means that everything in the dungeon-crawling chunks of the game is generated by music. And as you play you'll learn to manipulate that music to your advantage.</p><p>The game includes an FM sequencer that lets you tweak the music, and eventually, when you understand enough, you'll be able to create new chunks of soundtrack that are all your own.</p><p>It all sounds rather exciting and fresh. There are new characters to unlock as you play that add new instruments to your repertoire, and there's even two player co-op if that's the sort of thing that floats your boat.</p><p>The dev is looking for $29,000 to finish the game off, and that will get it into our pockets as an iOS game. It'll also be available on PC.</p><p>If the first stretch goal of $45,000 is reached, then we'll see Band Saga on the PS Vita as well. Which would be nice, because the PS Vita has lots of nice buttons to press.</p><p>In the event that any of this sounds like it might be of some interest to you, you can head on over to the Band Saga Kickstarter and throw some money into its face. Or use PayPal or whatever, I don't really know how these things work.</p><p>We'll let you know when the game gets a concrete release date, and keep you posted when King inevitably sues rekcahdam for using the word saga.</p>
<p>It feels like a while since I last wrote about Clash Royale's latest list of balance changes, but here we are with the game's latest updates and it's a nice little mix all in all. </p><p>Click Titan 2(coins will not decrease but increase)<p>Here's a pleasant surprise: an iOS port of the 2004 PC game RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 has just appeared.</p><p>Don't groan just yet. Yes, last year we did endure the awful, awful RollerCoaster Tycoon 4, which was dragged down by microtransaction abuse. We gave it a two out of 10 in our review.</p><p>But maybe the series can be redeemed as this iOS version of RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 may prove. For starters, it's not free to play and it has no microtransactions at all.</p><p>All it does have in terms of changes from the original is a touchscreen-friendly interface and, obviously, touch controls.</p><p>If that's enough for you to spend your £3.99 / $4.99 on it then go ahead. You can grab RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 on the App Store right now.</p>TouchArcade
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<p>If you've been hankering for another mobile installment in the fantastical world of Might & Magic, you're in for a treat today as Ubisoft announces Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians' release date.</p><p>
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<p>It's the morning after The Games Awards 2020. James is well-rested having ignored the entire thing, while Matthew is running on fumes after a late night infusion of 5 hours pure, uncut hype.</p><p>There's a Just Cause mobile game on the horizon, new characters in Smash Bros. and Fortnite, and of course the results of the Mobile Game of the Year. New releases include the open beta of League of Legends: Wild Rift, Steamworld Quest, and a wee chat about XCOM 2 Collection.</p>Download episode 535:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p><p> </p>A COBBLER unable to make a living by his trade and made desperate by poverty, began to practice medicine in a town in which he was not known. He sold a drug, pretending that it was an antidote to all poisons, and obtained a great name for himself by long-winded puffs and advertisements. When the Cobbler happened to fall sick himself of a serious illness, the Governor of the town determined to test his skill. For this purpose he called for a cup, and while filling it with water, pretended to mix poison with the Cobbler's antidote, commanding him to drink it on the promise of a reward. The Cobbler, under the fear of death, confessed that he had no knowledge of medicine, and was only made famous by the stupid clamors of the crowd. The Governor then called a public assembly and addressed the citizens: "Of what folly have you been guilty? You have not hesitated to entrust your heads to a man, whom no one could employ to make even the shoes for their feet."