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1、"Marilla, he HAS hair--look at that fine little down all over his head. Anyway, nurse says his eyes will be hazel and his forehead is exactly like Gilbert's."<p>SAAZ is a rhythm action game that's been created by 3 person development team, Mohammadsadegh Maraei, who is based in Norway. The game is available now as a premium game for iOS devices.</p><p>SAAZ is intended to be a more minimalist take on a genre where the screen is often littered with moving background images or dazzling effects. Though I do enjoy those superfluous effects the idea of a more stripped back, straightforward rhythm action game is quite appealing as it has the potential to be a more relaxing experience.</p><p>That's somewhat reflected in the type of music you'll be timing your taps too as well with over 50 songs available in the game across classical, folk and electronic genres. This will include pieces from the likes of everyone's go-to classical composer Ludwig Van Beethoven alongside Cécile Chaminade, Juan Alais and Sergei Rachmaninoff.</p><p>You can still expect it to provide a decent challenge with certain songs, however. More notes will naturally appear the more complex the song is and you have a limited number of mistakes you can make before getting a game over. However, a Zen mode is in production for people who just want to enjoy the game without added challenge.</p><p>The developers aim to add new songs every week so there should be plenty of replay on offer as more updates are made to SAAZ. Each song is said to be tailor-made to give players a sensation that they're really playing the songs, so I'll be intrigued to see if they've achieved that.</p><p>There are also a few customisation options available with regards to the colour scheme of the game if you're not too fond of the default. This includes a very simple black and white aesthetic if you want to add an even more classic feel to the game.</p><p>SAAZ is available now over on the App Store. It's a premium title that costs $1.99.</p>Looking for new mobile games to play? Here are 8 of the best that released in February
2、<p>Happy Thursday lads and lasses. It may be battle royale crazy in the mobile world at the moment, but there are still a good list of games to keep your eye on.</p><p>Pickings are much slimmer this week, likely thanks to the craze that is GDC in San Francisco, but there's always time to game. Whether you're looking for a shooter, an RPG, a cute golf game, or more, have a nosey below to see what takes your fancy. iOS/AndroidCrazy Defense Heroes</p>Platform: iOSPrice: F2P<p>There's a mix of things to do in this tower defence RPG as it meshes with the collectible card game genre. You'll build up your tower, defend your territory, and collect over 90 cards, including Hero and Tower cards. If you're not fussed on the 500+ levels to take on, there'll also be daily and weekly challenges to hop on board with... if you think you've got what it takes.</p>Idle TuberPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>If being a celebrity Tuber is your dream, you'll want to give this simulation game a download. Make content, earn likes, get money, and journey to stardom.</p>Nano GolfPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice F2P<p>Nitrome's newest puzzler is all about adorable golfing that you can play with one hand. With 70+ levels to work through, lots of traps to avoid, and a few deadly bosses to take on, this isn't your average golf game.</p>PUBG MobilePlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Do I really need to introduce this to you? It's PUBG but in mobile form, and in it you've got to avoid and kill the other 99 people in the server to eat a delicious chicken dinner. Winner, winner.</p>Shadowgun LegendsPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>This first-person shooter's been on the way for a while but now you can make your own legend. Earn and upgrade your gear, take part in killer raids, build up your character, drink, gamble, and chat at the Hub, and more in this crazy game.</p>Nintendo SwitchAttack on Titan 2Platform: SwitchPrice: £54.99/$59.99<p>Are you ready for this heart-pumping sequel? Follow Eren and his friends as they further their fight against the dreaded Titans to save humans from extinction.</p>Shantae and the Pirate's CursePlatform: SwitchPrice: £14.59/$19.99<p>It's time to follow the hair-whipping, belly dancing genie Shantae on another adventure. This time our feisty protagonist has to team up with her nemesis when she loses her magic, and experience the pirate life. Yarr!</p>Swim OutPlatform: SwitchPrice: £5.39/$5.99<p>Consistent mobile gamers will certainly recognise this title as it appeared on iOS/Android not too long ago. In Swim Out you've got to work through 100+ levels in this strategic, turn-based puzzler and get out of the pool without bothering the other swimmers.</p>Road Hills IO(Unlimited Coins)
3、Pro Stealer Mod Pro Stealer Mod APK 1.0 Features:Sufficient currency purchase grenades can get a lot of rewardsPro Stealer is a FPS adventure game. Player's can kill all enemies and collect the magical stone. It includes many guns with good graphics and also many FPS effects that creates more fun in adventure. Player's can sell their magical stones and buy guns and more elements.<p>Nexon has brought the entire MapleStory PC experience over to mobile devices. That's right, the side-scrolling MMORPG MapleStory M has made its mobile debut for iOS and Android, and it's free.</p><p>The content of the game is essentially what was on the original PC version. There are 150 levels, with monsters to be fought, characters to customise, dungeons to be explored with friends and, obviously, pets to adopt.</p><p>However, this is not the first MapleStory game to come to mobile. MapleStory Thief and Cygnus Knights were, let's just say, not the best games ever. So it'll be interesting to see if Nexon will be able to pull the ports of a whole MMO to mobile.</p>
4、<p>The summer holidays are off to a great start now that Brown Dust’s summer festival has officially begun. The sizable event for Neowiz’s fantastical strategy RPG is divided into 4 parts, with each lasting two weeks.</p><p>For those not in the know, Brown Dust sees you building your very own Mercenary army from over 300 characters, each with their own unique skill-sets ready for you to utilise in battle. Its stunning world is visually distinct and expansive, and its tactical combat system demands strategic thinking and prep, and its ever-growing fanbase is super passionate.</p><p>Taking part in the summer festival is easy, all you’ll have to do is put some time into the arena, campaign, rune temple, or novice arena. And the rewards for your efforts are plentiful, with 5-star Mercenaries, 30 legend scrolls, 5-star skills transfer tickets, and diamonds all up for grabs. On top of that, you’ll also be able to nab exclusive summer-themed outfits for fan-favourite Mercenaries Elisé and Anais.</p><p>Then there’s the brand-new puzzle event which tasks you with completing four daily missions. Successfully completing puzzles will eventually get you a summer lady outfit for Angelica, one of the legendary ‘Six Devils’.</p><p>Those looking for a bargain should also check out Brown Dust’s summer sale. Starting today, you’ll be able to find great deals on some of the best in-game items, including rune essence, 6-star rune pieces, supporter scrolls, honour points, and blue slimes which are now purchasable using gold and diamonds. Perhaps the biggest bargain of the lot is 20 premium scrolls for only $4.99 – not bad at all.</p>Check out our 6 reasons why you should give Brown Dust a try<p>Brown Dust is the perfect game for RPG fans and lovers anime. And with the summer festival having only just kicked into gear, now is the perfect time to check it out over on the App Store or Google Play.</p>Finding myself in honour so forbid,
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