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1、Updated on April 24th 2015 at 14:13: A Ubisoft representative has responded to us about the possibility of an iOS and Android version of Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China.<p>It's not very exciting, unfortunately. "We do not comment on rumour or speculation,” they told us.</p><p>So we're none the wiser. Maybe it's happening. Maybe it isn't. We'll have to see what happens.</p><p>Original story follows...</p><p>There's a chance that Ubisoft could be bringing its 2.5D platform-adventure Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China to iOS and Android.</p><p>A mobile port hasn't been mentioned anywhere by the company itself. However, PG reader Himmat Singh opened up the .ini files of the PC version of the game and found something unexpected.</p><p>The .ini files are where you can change many of the game's configurations. At the top are all the relevant settings for PC, but scrolling down reveals settings for various iOS and Android devices.</p><p>We checked it out ourselves and found everything from the iPhone 3GS up to the iPad 4 listed on the iOS side. While Android is just, well, Android.</p><p>What the presence of these mobile settings could mean is unknown to us at this point.</p><p>It seems likely that it reveals an iOS and Android version of the game has been in development. Whether it was cancelled, or is yet to be announced, we don't know yet.</p><p>We've reached out to Ubisoft for comment and to hopefully find out what it means. We'll update with anything we hear back.</p>
3、Updated 15th December, 10:55 AM: According to Nexon Korea, the limited beta for Durango is now open.<p>To those lucky few who joined up, MMO fans from around the world will get to hop up on dinosaurs and clash against other clans.</p><p>Eager Android users can still sign up for the beta on their website now.</p><p>In November 2015 we brought Durango to your attention, and it's no less impressive a year on. Excitingly though, you can finally get involved with its limited beta soon as the game's pre-registration has opened.</p><p>Nexon always ceases to amaze us, and this highly-anticipated dino survival MMORPG has been on a lot of gamers' radars. As with any game in the survival genre the aim of the game is to live, period. Through starvation, dehydration, mauling, maiming, trampling, devouring, battling, and now an angry dinosaur or fifty, that's much easier said than done.</p><p>But you've heard that all before, it's time for the exciting bit. Pre-registration for the game has opened and Nexon will be holding the beta from December 13th through to January 3rd on both iOS and Android.</p><p>Head over to their website now to sign up and get ready for some prehistoric fun...and/or horror.</p>
4、Playing patient sports in unconstrained gyves!<p>DotEmu and Pastagames are bringing back Capcom's 1989 arcade game Pang (Buster Bros. in the US) and it'll be heading to iOS, Android, consoles, and PC.</p><p>In the original Pang, you had to help two brothers destroy bouncing balloons that are terrorizing the world's most precious landscapes.</p><p>You did this by shooting a harpoon vertically, and should the balloons contact it or the rope it leaves behind, then it splits into two smaller balloons. You keep doing this until the screen is cleared.Some levels had patterns of blocks that would obstruct your harpoon. And there were weapon pickups including a twin harpoon, grappling hook, and rapid-firing gun.</p><p>See how the original Pang played in the video below.</p>
- <p>Katia is sick. She lies on a damp, flea-infested mattress, her body twisted in pain, begging us to make it stop.</p><p>We can’t afford to lose Katia. Mainly because Franko the trader is keen on her – he always gives her a discount.</p><p>Wait until night, when the snipers can’t see us. Then we’ll visit old Emil and Jagoda in the ruined villa. They must have medicine.</p><p>Midnight at the villa. The couple won’t trade. We’ll have to take what we need.</p><p>The half-broken lock clicks and we’re inside. Quietly now, no need for anyone to get hurt. Listen out for footsteps.</p><p>Dusty cupboards reveal little of value. What’s this? A love letter from Emil to Jagoda? Love has no meaning anymore, not in this war-blighted place.</p><p>Then, at last: medicine. We turn to leave only to hear the creak of a floorboard – Jagoda has seen us. “Emil, intruders!”</p><p>Old man Emil rushes out of the darkness, a rusty knife in his hand. He knows all too well the horrors bandits are capable of.</p><p>We mean no harm but there’s no time to explain. Emil lashes at us and we instinctively react, our crowbar shattering his skull.</p><p>Jagoda drops limply to her knees, face in her hands. “No Emil, no,” she weeps. “How will I survive without you?”Emil is dead. Katia will live. But in truth, we have all died a little tonight.</p><p>This War Of Mine’s unique and devastating power to move is fuelled by moments like this: small, piercing vignettes of pain and tragedy born from a need to survive.</p><p>Set in the midst of a brutal civil war, the game, which is now available on NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV, tasks you with keeping a tiny band of civilians alive. It’s a curious thing: part The Sims In Hell as you attempt to rebuild some semblance of a life from the rubble, part stealth game as you raid other buildings for essential supplies. But kudos to developer 11 bit Studios: it all gels thanks to the clever inter-dependencies of its elegantly simple core mechanics.</p>
- Bidding them find their sepulchres in mud;
<p>Lost in the Dungeon is the latest in a long line of really interesting card-based games that have been landing on mobile. It's a dungeon crawler, where you control your actions with a deck of cards. Think of a more mature Card Crawl and you're getting there.</p><p>The deeper you get into the dungeon, the more difficult things get. So the more loot you're going to have to collect. Even though the action here is card-based, there's a whole heap of strategy and contemplation that you're going to have to go through if you want to succeed.</p><p>Click here to read our Card Crawl review</p><p>You need to grow your characters as well, and they're incredibly customisable, from skill sets to armour and weapons. There's also the potential for your adventure to never end, with the dev teasing new dungeons, skills, and classes still to come.</p><p>The game is out right now for iPhone and iPad and you can click here to download it. And keep your eye on TableTap for a review in the not-too-distant future.</p>
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- “APK” install it on your device.
- Enter the game.