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<p>Heroes, as a TV show, wasn't always great. In fact, I would even say that only the first season was worth it. I haven't watched the reboot (Heroes Reborn) that aired last year but seeing that it already got cancelled, I'm guessing it wasn't an amazing series either.</p><p>Surprisingly, two games have come out of this reboot and both are quite good. One's for consoles and PC so it won't be our focus but the mobile tie-in, named Heroes Reborn: Enigma is a clever puzzle game in which you use different powers to move through multiple rooms.</p><p>It sounds a bit like portal with powers and it wants to be. While it never achieves that level of greatness, it's still a good experience on mobile enhanced with the use of the gorgeous Unreal Engine 4.Phosphor Games is quite known on mobile too, since it made The Dark Meadow and Horn, two early titles in the App Store's life that pushed the visual boundaries of what we thought was possible at the time.</p><p>It's usually available for £3.99 but thanks to a promotion run by IGN, you can get it absolutely free (without even registering) here.</p><p>Once you've tried it, you can always come back here and leave your impressions below.</p>
<p>Million Victories' popular strategy game Million Lords has recently been updated to introduce new features, skins and a host of improvements and balance changes to the wider game. They're calling it the Million Lords Renaissance update.</p><p>One of the new features is actually an altered version of an existing one, with Renaissance introducing an updated Recruiter system that will allow you to see how many troops you've gathered more clearly and will let you claim them quicker each hour.</p><p>Elsewhere cities will also be getting a new makeover if you feel like yours in need one of anyway. Alongside the new update, Million Victories has added City Skins to the game, enabling players to give their city a fresh new look. These can be found in the skins section within the shop with new designs being added on a weekly basis.</p><p>Beyond that, there are a few little changes here and there to make things run more smoothly. Firstly they've added a city search list, which – as you've probably guessed – allows you to look up any city in the game. They've also promised better push notifications if you have those turned on alongside new in-game tutorials to help out newer or less experienced players.</p><p>Alongside these improvements, there are also some balance changes that are worth taking note of too. The Recruiter buff will now be +3% instead of 2 whilst the push notifications limit has also been increased from 2 to 3. Finally, to protect new players the demotivation value will automatically be increased to 100% if its anywhere above 99%.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with Million Lords, it's a multiplayer real-time strategy title that has a persistent world. It's proven to be a reasonably popular game since it left beta last year, amassing a player base of over 250,000 in that time. </p><p>Million Lords is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Enjoy strategy games? Here are 25 of best the available for iOS devices<p>Mix and matching papercraft puzzler, Twisty Hollow, is available now on Google Play for £1.99 / $2.99.</p><p>Your goal in Twisty Hollow is to combine different objects, resources, and people to create the appropriate product.</p><p>Someone in need of a fish? Combine a fisherwoman, bait, and fishing rod.</p><p>Need that prepared right? Combine the fish with a chef and a knife to get sushi.</p><p>The Gold Award-winning Twisty Hollow spans 50 levels, all populated by a diverse cast of characters ranging from demanding humans, to beavers and ghosts.</p><p>Our review of the game called it "a bright and rather brilliant puzzler," one that "stays interesting" due to its fearless experimentation, not to mention its lack of in-app purchases.</p><p>Read our full review, or buy Twisty Hollow for yourself on Android.</p>
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