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Doodle Dash(Mandatory use of gold coins)APK v1.0
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Time:2022-08-08

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    ��<p>It feels like only yesterday that Never Alone: Ki Edition was last on sale but hey, here we are. Though it's still full price on the App Store, Google Play has dropped its price recently to £1.59/$1.99.</p><p>Never Alone is an emotive puzzler/platformer based around a young Iñupiat girl, Nuna, and her fox as they search for the source of an endless blizzard that threatens the survival of everything they love. You control both characters throughout the game, moving one to help the other in order to traverse a harsh environment full of pitfalls and deadly traps.</p><p>The lovely thing about this game is its in-depth look into Iñupiat culture and the use of their passed-down stories to fuel Never Alone, giving it extra body and substance.</p><p>Grab Never Alone: Ki Edition now on Google Play for £1.59/$1.99.</p>

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    ��<p>MOBAs are very much in vogue at the moment on mobile. Later this month we'll see Marvel Super War launch in multiple regions and next year we'll see League of Legends: Wild Rifts come to mobile devices. Apparently, Marvel isn't enough for NetEase though, who have announced another MOBA called Extraordinary Ones that is aiming for a global launch in early 2020.</p><p>It will be available on both iOS and Android when it eventually releases and you can pre-register on Google Play right now. The USP for Extraordinary Ones seems to be the 36 characters that will be available at launch are designed to be as over-the-top as possible.</p>

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    �<p>The post-apocalyptic RPG, The Sun, will arrive on iOS, Windows, and Android sometime in the near future, and it looks too good to be true.</p><p>Years after the sun emitted dangerous amounts of energy into space in 2050, society is in shambles. As predicted of the genre, gameplay of The Sun appears fairly typical. Build; scavenge; survive; repeat. Food, water, and medicine is more valuable than any other resource</p><p>Being a big fan of the shoddy survival game 7 Days to Die, it's not hard to see how this game could appeal to players. If you ignore its limitation of running off iOS 9.0, The Sun is shaping up to be a very nice RPG indeed.</p><p>The one area that will be very interesting to test out will be in its surface appearance. With seven modes of action, a health and stamina bar, a settings menu, a weapon scroll, and a backpack icon, there's an awful lot going on here.</p><p>Coming to Google Play, the App Store, and the Windows Store, there has yet to be a specific date set but we'll keep you updated. </p>�

    &#;<p>Crytek's climbing VR experience, simply called "The Climb" got a new trailer today and it's still pretty. Not surprising given that it's powered by their Cryengine.</p>�

    Updated 16th December, 12:06 PM: After a teeny delay, Moonlight Express is now out on iOS.<p>Grab it on the App Store for £1.49/$1.99 now.</p><p>After finding out about Moonlight Express last week it's time to get excited, ladies and gents, as we can get a look at a bit of its gameplay in the newest trailer.</p><p>To recap, Moonlight Express is a stunning one-touch present shooter in which you have to stand in for Santa and deliver presents to all of the girls and boys of Skyscraper City.</p><p>Travel up and up and up in a variety of modes and vessels - from crafted boats to odd little air machines, Moonlight Express is charming in a lot of different ways. As for the trailer it's short and sweet and confirms that, yes, it's definitely a present shooter. Cracking.</p><p>Keep your eyes peeling for Moonlight Express as it launches this Thursday on iOS for £1.49/$1.99. We'll let you know when it drops.</p>&#;�

    ��<p>The team of developers at MyTona need only look out of the window to find inspiration for a winter wonderland – they’re based in Yakutsk, one of the coldest cities in the world! Adding a touch of Siberian sparkle, they’ve created a festive update for their latest hidden object game Seekers Notes: Hidden Mystery.</p><p>Gameplay for Seekers Notes will feel familiar for fans of hidden object games. There are mysteries to be solved and it’s up to you to solve them. In this case, the mystery revolves around the cursed town of Darkwood and its strange inhabitants.</p><p>Exploring 28 beautifully rendered locations, you must gather objects to solve puzzles, banish foes and release Darkwood from its spell, before the time runs out. There are 1200 quests to complete, and 222 collections to discover. If you’re stuck on a particular task, you can request help from friends via social media who can leave clues including useful items in locations around the city. In this case, your research reward is actually higher if you reach out for a helping hand from a fellow ‘seeker’.</p><p>As well as adorning the locations with plenty of seasonal decorations, this latest festive update introduces a number of Christmas monsters to defeat. There’s Sir Tubby the evil snowman, the Ice Queen, the Scamp Penguin and more. Each time you beat one of the rascals you’re rewarded with bonus items including objects that are essential in overcoming other baddies blocking your way around Darkwood. These new arrivals to the city will only hang around for as long as the Seekers Notes seasonal event lasts – so you better be quick, or you end up as disappointed as the boy at the end of The Snowman.</p>

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