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Score Hero 2 MOD APK is different from the other football games. Most soccer games are based on role play. The player has controlled of every player to put the ball to the net. That is not available in this game. Complete different neutral look games. I don’t think this game is based on other soccer games. Now the player is ready to face all the balls by choosing the mark of the ball path.Nightstream Mod Nightstream Mod v2.1.1 (Mod Money) Features:Mod MoneyHow far can you go in the Nightstream? Be part of an underground resistance Runner squad to unravel the mysterious appearance of the data phenomenon, Nightstream, and expose Metronite Corporation’s evil plans to control it.This is the next-gen runner game you’ve been waiting for. • 360° movement to surf on any surface from walls, pipes and even ceilings! • Dual-hand control for quicker tricks and responsive movements • Pick-up automated power-ups to get rid of obstacles or boost skills.• Get high scores in endless Nightstream Mode to earn badges and get on the leaderboard.• Play Story Mode to unlock chapters, characters, outfits and boards! • Complete challenges in Story Mode to earn in-game currency• Select from diverse set of characters with unique personalities• Stay in the zone with original electronic music.Compatible with Android devices featuring Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and above. Requires minimum 2GB RAM.
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<p>Netmarble's MOBA Magic: Manastrike has been updated today to coincide with its latest season. This means a host of new Magic Pass rewards alongside a Magic Pass exclusive skin for players to collect. It's quite a muted updated compared to the last, which introduced Hybrid Color Cards to the game for the first time.</p><p>Today marks the start of Domri Rade season then, which will run from today until 15th July. It also means that the Magic Pass exclusive skin will be for that character. It will be called Dinosaur Rider Domri Rade, which gives a pretty good explanation of what to expect from it aesthetically.</p><p>Of course, there will also be a host of rewards on offer beyond this skin, both in the free and premium versions of the Magic Pass. This will include a mix of Season Icons, Gold, Team Coins, Cards, and Boosters.</p><p>Additionally, should you choose to upgrade to the premium Magic Pass there will be several extra rewards compared to the free alternative. These will include a Planeswalker Skin Selector, Level Boost Voucher and additional Battle Rewards, and extra Sparks.</p>Magic: ManaStrike cheats, tips: Beginner tips to win like a pro<p>It's also important to remember that Sparks will reset at the end of the Season so players should look to use up as many of them as possible so they don't go to waste. Furthermore, if you forget to claim any of the Magic Pass rewards they should get sent to your Mail, so you shouldn't have to worry about missing out.</p><p>Magic: ManaStrike 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 multiplayer games to test your skills against other players? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPaddota2-utilities.comTo appertainings and to ornament,
A WOLF, having stolen a lamb from a fold, was carrying him off to his lair. A Lion met him in the path, and seizing the lamb, took it from him. Standing at a safe distance, the Wolf exclaimed, "You have unrighteously taken that which was mine from me!" To which the Lion jeeringly replied, "It was righteously yours, eh? The gift of a friend?'Updated on October 20th, at 12:08am: If you were wondering how a platformer can be gross and charming at the same time, you can learn now through Eggggg's vomit-based platforming.<p>The colorful, two-button platformer is available for £1.49 / $1.99 on iPad and iPhone. An Android version is coming next week.</p><p>Its selling point may not be particularly inspiring, but Hyper Games' upcoming title Eggggg is looking pretty good. Oh, and it'll be on iOS and Android later this month.</p><p>Eggggg is a game about vomit. No, seriously, it's about vomit. This super gross yet somewhat endearing two-touch platformer is inspired by games such as the Super Mario series, where the worlds are full of secrets to explore and discover.</p><p>On their forum page, the developers wrote "Eggggg has lots of hand-crafted levels in several different worlds, each with their own mechanics and visuals. We try to respect the players' time and want to have fewer levels that all feel unique and interesting, rather than 100s of levels that feel like more of the same." Whereas some of you guys may not like that idea, it's definitely a nice touch to pay more attention to the details rather than the amount shoved into the game. Quality over quantity, and all that jazz.</p><p>The Spanish illustrators, Brosmind, did a bang-up job with the visuals as they feel almost reminiscent of Adventure Time, finished off nice and cleanly in bright-coloured levels. Well, before it all gets coated in various forms of luminous 'the morning after' vomit.</p><p>Eggggg is coming to the App Store on October 20th with Google Play's debut happening on October 27th. We're still not completely sure whether the game will be free-to-play or premium, but we'll update you when we know.</p>
The Fox and the Lion<p>Six to Start has announced that it will be bringing the Bronze Award-winning Zombies, Run! to Apple Watch.</p><p>It makes sense considering the mobile version of the game only sat in your pocket as you jogged with headphones giving you the audio-driven zombie-filled adventure.</p><p>"We think the Apple Watch can make Zombies, Run! more immersive and easier to play, and we’re keen to be there when it launches," said Six to Start.</p><p>The studio is also looking into integrating future editions of Zombies, Run! with Android Wear, as well.</p><p>In our review of the mobile version of the game, we said: "Serialised horror stories and serious fitness come together in a way that few would think possible in this oddball fitness app".</p>Zombies, Run! is available for £2.49 / $3.99 on the App Store [buy] and Google Play [buy] right now.
<p>The Hearthstone team at Blizzard are notoriously slow to make changes to the game. They prefer, instead, to see if inventive deck builders in the community can solve problems on their behalf.</p><p>Sometimes, though, a problem becomes so clear they their hands get forced. Now is one such time: in the wake of The Witchwood expansion, a bunch of cards got nerfed.</p><p>What are these changes, and what do they mean for the game?</p>Warlock Woe<p>The biggest slam got reserved for the control Warlock archetype, particularly Cubelock. It got hit twice. First, Dark Pact now only heals 4 health. Second, Possessed Lackey costs one mana point extra, up to 6.</p><p>Cubelock was so powerful and so popular that it was essentially dictating how all the other decks could play. Its access to heals and early board clears forced aggro decks out of contention. And its ability to summon Voidlord walls early lead to every deck running Silence effects. Having its dark wings clipped is very welcome.</p><p>At first glance, though, these changes look well balanced. Both cards are still playable, albeit at a reduced level of power. And Cubelock has plenty of other tricks to keep it alive, some of which got used by variant versions of the deck.</p><p>Plated Beetles is still a great defensive early minion. Siphon Soul is still a terrific board clear and removal combo. And if it can survive long enough, Twisting Nether and Faceless Manipulator can keep it in contention.</p><p>The deck is down, but it's not out yet.</p>Paladin Pain<p>Call to Arms, often reckoned as about the best single card in the game right now, also took a hit. Its cost has gone up by one to 5 mana.</p><p>This is super smart design. The card saw most frequent use in the Even Paladin deck. It was very powerful there because the even-cost only restriction meant it always pulled out three 2-cost minions. However, now the cost is odd, so it no longer fits.</p><p>It does, of course, fit in Odd Paladin. But it's far less useful there as, again, due to the cost restrictions, it will only pull 1-cost minions. So although this may be the end of the Even archetype, Paladin players still have Odd (and Murloc) to fall back on. But they won't want to run this card.</p><p>Call to Arms is so useful, though, that we may now see a return for the previous "dude" Paladin deck, without any of this cost-restriction nonsense.</p><p>Rogue RueCaverns Below, the Rogue Quest, is likely the most hated card in Standard format. If you can pull off its awkward requirements, its owner is almost guaranteed to win. And watching them freeze and dismiss your board while they try is no fun at all.</p><p>The loathing started as soon as it got released, so it had a cost increase back then to make it less effective. Some cards in The Witchwood made it viable again, though, so now it's suffered the ignominy of a second downgrade. Now it's no longer as powerful as once it was, although it's still a potential game winner.</p><p>Don't give it to the temptation of that potential. It's a hateful card. Good riddance to bad rubbish. If you want to play the class, try Odd Rogue or Tempo Rogue while the meta settles.</p>Druid Disaster<p>Spiteful Summoner is yet another victim of a cost increase. This one feels like the least fair of the changes, but it's still valid. If the Summoner pulled something like an 8/8 giant, it wasn't such a big deal. But it had just as much chance of pulling Tyrantus or Deathwing and that was often game over.</p><p>Much like the change to Possessed Lacky, this one leaves the card viable. Spiteful Priest wasn't a top-tier deck but it worked, and it will continue to work despite this change. Spiteful Druid, however, isn't looking so great.</p><p>Ironically, because the Summoner is still worthwhile, it's not this change that's done for Druid but the ones to Warlock. Cubelock was keeping aggro decks out of the game. And the lack of aggro decks let Spiteful Druid, with its lack of early threat, into contention. If we see less Cubelock, we'll likely see more aggressive play and that in turn will wipe out Spiteful Summoner.</p><p>All is not lost for Druids, though. The slow but nasty Hadronox-based Taunt deck remains a strong contender for the class.</p>Witch Worry<p>The final change won't affect the majority of players. It targets a deck you'll only see if you're regularly playing the Wild ladder, Naga Sea Witch. It's another cost increase but instead of one, it goes up a whopping three mana.</p><p>That puts the card out of contention. And it should. It facilitated a degenerate combo that let a player spew out multiple giants on turn six.</p><p>So, if you haven't seen it, now you won't ever see it. Be glad.</p>
<p>If you enjoyed piloting a plane, you might just enjoy piloting your very own warship. That’s just common sense.</p><p>So if you enjoyed developer JoyCity’s Gunship Battle – where you took to the skies to take part in some thrilling aerial combat – its next title Warship Battle should be right up your street too.</p><p>Warship Battle takes you into the deep waters of naval history with its third season update, allowing you to command some of the most iconic ocean vessels of World War 2 in epic 3D battles – with a new update promising two more boats for you to control.</p><p>Existing ships such as the USS Arizona and HMS Hood are joined by two limited edition vessels - the Black Skull, or submarine: Gato – both of which you get to lead with extra personal as 10 new captains have been added to the game.</p><p>Best of all Warship Battle lets you customise any vessel you choose with a range of different weapons – plus you’re given the chance to show off your latest creations with the new museum system where points and rankings are on offer for the best ships in the game.</p><p>Significant updates to the content of the Hidden Missions and Boss attack modes are also on offer including two new stages for boss attacks – plus there’s the chance to tone down the difficulty setting if you so require with the introduction of two more levels to the hidden mission stages.</p>Warship Battle is proving to be a big hit, achieving over 15 million downloads worldwide and is available on Android and iOS now.
<p>Sony has announced that it's hosting a four week-long summer sale on the PlayStation Store for games on PS Vita, PS4, and PS3.</p><p>Each week the games on sale will rotate so you'll want to check back quite regularly to ensure you don't miss any of the deals.</p><p>This first week includes Child of Light and Limbo on sale for PS Vita, which are recommended by us.</p><p>But if you want the full list of PS Vita games on sale, it is below (prices shown are sale prices).</p>A-men + A-men 2 (40 percent off) - £5.99/€7.79Child of Light (50 percent off) - £6.00/€7.50Child of Light – Complete Edition (50 percent off) - £10.00/€12.50Limbo (40 percent off) - £4.43/€5.39Urban Trial Freestyle (60 percent off) - £5.79/€6.99Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov’s Revenge (50 percent off) - £4.00/€5.00
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