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<p>The Respawnables looks set to be the latest game to hop on the Halloween train, with an all-new mode called The Hordes coming later this month.</p><p>Here, players will have to band together in order to take on increasingly tricky waves of zombies using purpose-built, zombie slaying weapons.</p><p>There are four different tiers to work through and over thirty different prizes up for grabs. Some of these include Molotov cocktails, firemen sets, and a sizeable amount of in-game cash.</p><p>For those not in the know, The Respawnables is a free-to-play and action-packed shooter. The game has seen huge success over the years, amassing over 45 million downloads worldwide.</p><p>We've long known that shooting terrorists in the face is no longer the best bit about Counter Strike. Ever since Counter Strike: Global Offensive, the real joy has been in opening up weapon cases.</p><p>Whenever you crack one of these bad boys open you get a little digital roulette wheel that shows you what might be inside - from crappy common guns to ultra rare weapons that are worth a fortune on the marketplace.</p><p>For an example of how exciting this is, here's a video of a man crapping himself because he got a butterfly knife.</p>
<p>You love Crossy Road, right? RIGHT? Well, Surfy Wave is sort-of similar…except with more surfing and less traffic, and guess what? It's out now on Android.</p><p>As a neat pick-up-and-play game, Surfy Wave is definitely challenging. The speed you travel at leaves no room for error as the game's insta-kill nature has you flinching around obstacles and collecting coins like a fiend. Judging by the trailer (below) it might be verging on a little too challenging at times, but that remains to be seen.</p><p>What's really lovely about it is its hidden VR/Cardboard mode which puts you right in the hot seat. Suddenly those rocks, logs, and 'gators are much closer than you originally thought, giving a vibrant edge to a standard arcade game.</p><p>Android users, you can get the game here on Google Play free-to play. iOS users, you'll have a wait until the 6th October to get your hands on it, but that's less than a month.</p>
<p>Google Stadia was a little busy over Christmas, adding four new games to the cloud streaming service as well as support to be able to play games on iOS devices.</p><p>As detailed in the Stadia community blog post, three of these new games are now available to purchase on Stadia: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, a co-op action game where you team up with a buddy to explore the haunted ruins of an ancient world, Enter the Gungeon, a bullet hell roguelike where you loot dungeons and survive a series of challenging levels, and Reigns, a visual novel where you flip cards to rule a kingdom.</p><p>Stadia also added Cthulhu Saves Christmas for Pro users late in December. This is a sequel to the much earlier Cthulhu Saves the World, a comedic retro RPG which blends Lovecraftian terror with the warmth of holiday cheer. Additionally, Pro users can now pick up F1 2020, Hotline Miami, Figment, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds – Breakthrough Edition, and Ary and the Secret of Seasons throughout the month of January.</p>
<p>Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon GO are still just that – legendary; mythic; unobtainable. That is, until recently where a Trainer posted a hazy video of the legendary Articuno. The question is how much of it is real?</p>"That girl was born to be a leader in social and intellectual circles, far away from Four Winds," she said to Gilbert as they walked home one night. "She's just wasted here--wasted."
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