2、Muscle Rush - Smash Running Game(Unlimited Money)<p>Disney Mirrorverse is an alternate reality action RPG that sees you assembling a team of powerful guardians from across Disney and Pixar's most beloved films. It'll feature "evolved and amplified" takes on the classic characters "as fans have never seen them before".</p><p>Unrelenting evil forces now threaten to take over this strange Mirrorverse, and it's your job to recruit heroes to your cause, ready your team, and hopefully save the day. It's promised to be a "visually stunning adventure", and the fact that it's coming from Kabam means you can probably expect a pretty AAA experience.</p><p>"Disney Mirrorverse represents a brave reimagining of iconic Disney and Pixar characters and stories", said Sean Shoptaw, SVP, Games and Interactive Experiences at Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products. "This stunning new adventure will appeal to Disney fans and die-hard RPG fans alike, and we can't wait to show players what's on the other side of the Stellar Mirror".</p>Disney Sorcerer's Arena is a turn-based RPG that's available now for iOS and Android<p>The game is planned to enter into beta soon, starting first in the Philippines. Its official site is now live, and on there is the option to sign up for regular updates. As you might expect, there's currently no info on when we can expect it to launch, but we do know that it's headed for both iOS and Android.</p><p>I'm definitely intrigued by the premise, and I'm looking forward to seeing what it plays like. </p>On the hunt for some quality RPGs? Well, today's your lucky day! Here are 25 of the very best for iPhone and iPad
3、<p>If you could have a superpower what would it be? You can choose any one you like as long as its volcanic martial arts.</p><p>What? Did you think I'd let you have a choice? Nah. You don't get a choice when playing Fire Fu, either. It's swipe to cast flame punches or nothing. Capiche?</p><p>Fire Fu, by the way, is an upcoming Fruit Ninja-like, I guess, that has a cartoon art style most reminiscent of the Rayman runners.</p><p>Actually, I've changed my mind. Fire Fu is probably more like Imps In Tokyo than Fruit Ninja. After all, you're fighting demons here and not participating in a fruit salad.</p><p>You swipe the screen with speed and accuracy (hopefully) to beat back hordes of enemies. Not just "beat" them back, I should add, but burn them.</p><p>Yes, you turn everything that dares fly in your direction into ash. That's what Fire-Fu is all about. It's all flames, incineration, and scorching attacks.</p><p>Of course, enemies get tougher as you progress, which is why you may have to call upon magic potions for help. But you'll get familiar with all that when it's out.</p><p>Speaking of which, there's no date as to when we can expect Fire Fu to launch. But we do know it will be on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.</p><p>It's a good-looking game with plenty of flashy effects. And who doesn't love letting out some energy onto a touchscreen these days?</p><p>Find out more about Fire Fu on its website and Twitter.</p>
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3、<p>Look, there's quite nothing to say here. Deathsmiles was a steal at $11.99, the price it launched at, and it's nothing more than an absolute must get now.</p><p>In the words of our venerated Mark Brown: "DeathSmiles mixes up the formula to drag in bullet-hell fans and lowers the barrier to entry to encourage newbies. Everyone with a passing interest should try out this smart, compulsive, and thrilling blaster".</p><p>See? That's an easy recommendation if I ever saw one.Still not convinced? Here's what the gameplay looks like:</p>