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Not one whose flame my heart so much as warmed,<p>Today saw the release of Rapid Magic: Arcane Crystals, an RPG set in a world of magic, mystery, and tricky bosses.</p><p>The game is suitable for casual players, with its intuitive controls and appealing, pixelated visuals. But there are some deeper, more hardcore, RPG elements here for budding witches and wizards to uncover if they so please.</p><p>It must be an Android kind-of day today as another previously-iOS release has just touched down on Google Play, and this has been a long time coming. Get excited for The Quest, ladies and gents.</p><p>First released on iOS in 2008, a staggering eight years ago, Redshift Games has certainly taken its time in getting us to this point but it looks as though it was worth the wait. Though it's still early days, the reception of the release has so far been well-received and for obvious reasons.</p><p>The Quest is a classic RPG title with stunning, hand-drawn art, turn-based combat, and old-school grid-based movement. Choosing between five customisable races, it's up to you to discover what evil is lurking in the kingdom of Monares. You've got a selection of skills, weapons, armour, enchantments, an enormous world filled with four cities and bountiful wilds, such as mountains, caves, forests, and lakes. Somehow I don't think you'll be wanting for things to do.</p><p>Its price is a wee bit steep, sitting at £6.49 on Google Play, whereas the App Store version sits at £3.99/$4.99, but it's definitely worth a looksee if you're a fan of classic RPGs.</p>
<p>Dragon Quest Builders, a mix of Dragon Quest and Minecraft, came out in Japan earlier this year and didn't have a release date in the west yet.</p><p>This brick building simulation adds a story mode to the otherwise classic sandbox formula, asking you to rebuild your world, destroyed by the evil Dragonlord.</p><p>Today, Square Enix announced that it's bringing the game west this October and it's also bringing the Vita version. Be warned though: the Vita version will be digital-only.</p><p>Check out the newest trailer below:
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Tents, hammock, fireplaces, a stuffed animal sofa … mix and match to your heart’s content! Build a trendy open-air café to create an outdoor music festival, or line up some microphones and guitars! In the mood for some extra fun? Set up a merry-go-round and open a theme park. You can also build a pool, or fill the sky with fireworks!<p>With the release of Super Mario Run just days away we're all getting itchy to try it. Until Thursday comes around however why not give the two-part podcast a listen?</p><p>As a first for Nintendo, the podcast itself is an interesting idea to bring us up to speed with what made Shigeru Miyamoto decide to dabble in the mobile industry. Katie Linendoll interviews Mr. Miyamoto as they chat about the importance of fun in gaming and where his inspirations lie.</p><p>The two episodes are each approximately 41 minutes long and they give us a cracking insight into his world of game development and history.</p><p>It's a fascinating listen so head over to iTunes now and give them some love. Both episodes are free so what are you waiting for?</p>
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