<p>Kings of the Castle is an intriguing adventure game that sees you exploring a vibrant fantasy world. It comes to us from developer Faisal Sethi and Frosty Pop, it's set to launch on Apple Arcade later today, and here's what it's all about.</p><p>An evil dragon known as Zantorian has captured and locked Prince Rupert away in a hard-to-reach castle tower on a mysterious, incredibly dangerous island. Lord Baldor opts to send you, a courageous princess, to navigate this treacherous terrain in the hopes of saving Rupert and solving the whole dragon problem.</p><p>Along the way, you'll use your skills to avoid traps, take on challenging enemies, and collect well-hidden gems to exchange for the prince's safe return. You're going to have to be quick about it, though, as the dragon is growing hungrier by the minute and Rupert is starting to look like a tasty snack.</p><p>The five-person dev team wanted to go against the traditional fairytale trope of having the brave knight/prince venture out to save the helpless princess. In Kings of the Castle, an impressive diversity of characters is also present, with influence drawn from South Asian, East Asian, Eastern European, and Canadian cultures.</p><p>It speaks to a studio and game attempting to do something quite different within the confines of a familiar story and adventure structure. Interestingly, the entire thing can be played alone or in multiplayer with a friend by your side. It also sounds like it could be a good title to speedrun, which should hopefully give it some further replayability.</p><p>This is Frosty Pop's fifth game to arrive on Apple Arcade following Don’t Bug Me, Big Time Sports, The Pinball Wizard, and The Get Out Kids. Kings of the Castle definitely ticks a lot of neat boxes, and so I'm looking forward to giving it a go when it launches for Apple Arcade later today.</p>Top 26 best point-and-click adventure games<p>Get ready to roll some dice and scream yahtzee! (isn't that what you're supposed to do?) because Yatzy Dice Clash is out... right now!</p><p>This one looks to set itself apart by combining collectable card-based gameplay with the classic dice game, yatzy – apparently also sometimes known as yahtzee, yatzee, yatze, yahzee, or yahsee.</p>
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3、<p>Juicy Jelly Barrel Blast is not only a bit of a mouthful but also a pretty damn addictive endless action game, and it's headed to mobile soon.</p><p>We're loving simplicity today, and here's another example of an excellent use of one-touch mechanics. The aim of the game is to fire your little jelly blob from barrel to barrel by tapping at the right moment in the barrel's rotation – yes, some of the barrels spin, just to make the game even easier.</p><p>Not only are its levels reminiscent of Donkey Kong's barrel sequences, its choice of vibrant colour and clean design make it a very pretty game to look at. It's a classic arcade game in which you're chasing the tail of your previous high-score, giving us that addictive, unable-to-put-the-damn-thing-down experience we all love and hate.</p>Juicy Jelly Barrel Blast is slated to release sometime in October according to its forum page and will be coming to iOS and Android."Dr. Dave never did it. Dr. Blythe will find he is making a mistake, believe ME. Politics is something no decent man should meddle with."
1、<p>Apple Arcade subscribers can enjoy two new games hitting the service today.</p><p>Nuts, from developer Noodlecake, and Spire Blast from Orbital Knight are the two latest titles to join Apple’s premium mobile games subscription service.</p><p>Nuts is a wildlife adventure game where your job is to place cameras in a wild forest during the day and review footage at night, with the goal of reviewing footage of squirrels to analyse their behaviour and movements for scientific purposes. Check out the trailer below to see some gameplay, including a closer look at its really cool lo-fi aesthetic.</p>
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