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<p>5PM UK / 9AM Pacific / 12 Eastern: rock up to the AppSpy and Pocket Gamer Twitch channel at these times this week and we'll give you a full hour of great games, weird discussions, and the friendliest community of gamers on the Internet.</p><p>Things are changed from our regular schedule as part of an ongoing experiment, here's what you can expect to see, and the days you can expect to see them on...</p>Mon: Konami Special Report - Genre BustersTue: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate - Multiplayer Fridays (this week, on a Tuesday!)Wed: Eye on the App Store - your first look at the week's biggest mobile and tablet releasesThu: Games for Good: the best social awareness and charity games - Genre BustersFri: #FreeGameFriday Code Giveaway Spectacular - we're giving out loads of paid games throughout the hour<p>Keeping up with our streaming schedule is easy. Thwack the Follow button on our Twitch channel, on Twitter, or on Facebook, and we'll ensure you're updated.</p>Hello Neighbor(Unclock All)Weak sights their sickly radiance do amend;
<p>As with Mountain, Prune, and a few other mobile games recently, Barmark is one that promises "harmony and personal perfection."</p><p>It's out on Android right now and should be heading to iOS later this week (we're keeping an eye out, don't worry). So if that sounds like your kind of thing, you better take a look.</p><p>We spotted Barmark last year on account of its beautiful, painterly landscapes, which we're left to explore in point-and-click style.</p><p>The creators explain that there are no goals or death in the game. It's all about finding bliss by making your very own garden of Zen.</p><p>"For each new game in Barmark five landscapes out of eight possible will be randomly chosen," further explain the creators. "Also a randomly selected pair of Archanimals will be chosen to inhabit Barmark."</p>
<p>Having been released in June this year, Hero siege has seen a few sales in the past few months but now it's dropped down to a teeny 79p/99c on iOS and a similar price on Android.</p><p>Originally retailing at £7.99/$9.99, Hero Siege is a hack 'n' slash game with roguelike and RPG elements. On the path to saving mankind from extinction you need to grow your talent tree, loot and explore the world around you, and generally annihilate everything in your path.</p><p>With seven Acts to play through, randomly generated levels, over 170 crafted relics, over 80 different enemies, over 30 achievements, six level difficulties, countless hours of exciting gameplay, and much, much more, its current price is a steal. You can also play with up to four players using online multiplayer so your friends can join you on your quest.</p><p>Grab the game on the App Store now for 79p/99c, or get it on Google Play for a similar price.</p>The old room was very quiet. On the table were the remnants of the little evening feast. The lamp still burned on the corner stand. The First Mate was asleep in a square of sunshine by the sofa.
"He's right," exclaimed Anne, with a complete change of front. `I believe myself that you modern doctors are entirely too fond of making experiments with human flesh and blood."
The Eagle and the Kite<p>A new website from Gameloft has just revealed Dungeon Hunter 5, the next installation of its long-running series.</p><p>Dungeon Hunter 5 picks up where Dragon Hunter 4 left off, as you may have guessed, in the ruins of the Kingdom of Valenthia.</p><p>The game has a new looting system that lets you turn useless loot into something beneficial for actually useful loot, according to Venture Beat.</p><p>There isn't too much info about Dungeon Hunter 5 floating around the web yet, but you can take a look at the game's official dev diary video below.</p>
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