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<p>The Pillar is an upcoming puzzle escape game that's heading for iOS on January 13th. It comes from developer Paper Bunker and previously released on Steam back in June this year where it has received mostly positive reviews, though that is only from 14 users.</p><p>The Pillar takes place in a faraway place that's made up of several islands where you'll have to solve a variety of puzzles to earn your freedom. It will mix exploration with the various conundrums you'll face throughout the game as you examine your surroundings to find your way out.</p>Alba: A Wildlife Adventure review - "Becoming a Hero Through Small Actions"<p>Each island promises its own unique feel alongside a plethora of secrets to uncover. The puzzles themselves will require you to keep an eye on your surroundings as they may change the layout of the levels or opening up new rooms that will lead to new brainteasers to solve after completing them. </p><p>It's essentially an ever-changing labyrinth then and with each puzzle you solve, there will be more mysteries to uncover and challenges to face. It's a lovely looking game that makes use of a low poly aesthetic.</p>Million Dungeon review - "Too cute to care about what's happening"<p>Naturally, its move over to mobile from PC has meant the controls have needed tweaking. Paper Bunker say that it will make use of intuitive virtual dual joysticks. Given that it's a fairly laid back, puzzler experience I imagine these will work quite well since a massive amount of precision isn't required.</p><p>The Pillar is available to pre-order now over on the App Store ahead of its expected release on 13th January. It will be a premium title that costs $4.99.</p>Looking for more quality puzzlers to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad<p>Skyflyer Studio's popular arcade title Pumpkinbutt's Halloween Dream has received a festive content update just in time for Christmas that will see players tackling a new series of levels that leave behind the usual Halloween theme, at least for a while.</p><p>This new batch of levels is called The Christmas Caverns where there will be forty stages for players to contend with. There will be silly candy canes, rolling snowballs and pompous nutcrackers that are all determined to make beating these levels as tricky as possible.</p>
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Another fantastic feature is the multiplayer battle option that lets you switch from hero to hero as you are fighting your opponent. This gives you a significant advantage, so you can rightfully be crowned as the king of the jungle. The switches also happen in real-time, so you won’t have to worry about your opponent destroying you as you’re playing the puzzle. The game itself features so much armor that’s as futuristic as can be, so you will truly embrace your Mad Max feelings with the game. All it takes is firing a sniper and hearing its roar, and we’re convinced that you’ll immediately understand why Hero Hunters was crowned Google Play’s most innovative game.
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<p>Inspired by the hit Disney franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War brings the swashbuckling, gold-plundering and rum-swigging fun to mobile. Players assume the role of pirates, tasked with building, battling and looting their way around the seven seas. You'll encounter choppy waters, with other players bent on taking what's yours - so upgrading your ships, training your troops and defending your fort is essential for survival. You'll also encounter a few familiar faces along the way, including favourites Captain Jack Sparrow and Elizabeth Swan.</p><p>The game's South Korean publisher, Joycity, is marking 500 days since Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War was launched worldwide with a week-long celebration. It's an opportunity to reward loyal players (and new ones too) for joining the fun. The first reward comes in the form of the player appreciation log-in event. If you log-in during the week starting the 21 September, you'll be given all sorts of in-game goodies, including a 500 Day Anniversary Box - redeemable daily.</p><p>There's also a new plunder event worth donning your eyepatch and practicing your best 'Arrr!' for. The Plunder the East India Trading Company event gives you the chance to win three surprise gold boxes - full of shiny doubloons (every pirate's favourite). The event resets daily during the week, so be sure to make the most of it.</p><p>September is a good time to play pirate, not just thanks to Joycity's latest event, but also as this week saw the start of 'Talk Like a Pirate' day. For those non-swashbuckler aficionados among you, this annual holiday started back in 1995, and encourages people to (you guessed it) talk like a pirate. It's well worth checking out for a bit of high-seas high jinks.</p><p>Command your own fleet of ships, fend off attacks from rivals and hopefully come out of it with a hull full of booty to brag about. To keep up to date with all the latest news and events around the game, simply head over to the game's official Facebook page.</p><p>You can download Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War for free from Google Play and the App Store.</p>