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<p>Since the announcement of Feral Interactive's upcoming iPad port of Company of Heroes, they've been periodically releasing more details on how the game will handle on iPad. The most recent discusses how players will interact with the tactical map but we'll go through all of them so everyone's up-to-date.</p><p>In a recent Tweet, Feral Interactive revealed that you'll be able to access additional details through the tactical map. You'll be easily able to see information about munitions, fuel and manpower. Furthermore, a simple tap on any unit will let you know their current health, type and squad numbers.</p><p> <p>In Company of Heroes for iPad, the Tactical Map has been enhanced with additional detail: munitions, fuel and manpower stats. Tapping any unit displays their type, health, and squad numbers.Company of Heroes deploys to iPad this year. pic.twitter.com/FDqSSCPhYu— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) November 20, 2019They've also revealed a Command Wheel that you'll be able to make use of alongside the standard button UI. You'll access the wheel simply by tapping and holding any given unit, this will then open it up and give you a circular list of the actions that the unit can perform. There will be a slight slowdown in the gameplay whilst you're perusing the wheel to give you a few extra seconds to plan your next move.</p><p>Finally, they've also provided details on how squad management will work. This one isn't too surprising really, it's mostly how you'd expect to control troops on a touchscreen. You'll be able to drag and drop units into groups and engagements by using the icons that appear on the side of the screen.</p><p> "Gilbert!"<p>After months of waiting, Dashy Crashy's addictive new update, Dashy Crashy Turbo, will be going live on March 2nd on iOS and Android.</p><p>
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<p>There's a Destiny feeling to Space Pioneer. Not in the way the game looks, or even in the way you control it, but in the way it feels. It's thick with loops, and they twist around you in the most pleasant ways.</p><p>It's a single-stick shooter that sees you exploring the universe planet by planet, with a robot friend tagging along for the ride.</p><p>The levels are short and sharp, split into mission-based chunks that see you completing objectives. Most of these play out in the same way – you follow an arrow under your feet to a glowing circle. Stand in it for a bit, then move to the next.</p><p>More often than not standing in the circle unleashes a horde of monsters that want to destroy you. And they're going to do their utmost to ensure that you don't reach your goals.</p><p>The combat is chunky and engaging. There's a satisfying weight to the blasting that a lot of other shooters can't quite manage. And the auto-fire makes mowing down waves of slobbering beasts a cinch.</p><p>In one mission I have to take down a towering boss, calling in air strikes from an orbital space station as the giant wasp-ant-beast-thing stomps around menacingly.</p><p>Another sees me hacking a drone, following it as it moves around. I drop a turret to cover my back, then cackle as the gunfire rips my assailants to shreds.</p><p>There might not be that much pioneering to do here, but the short blasts of violence are perfectly suited to gaming on the go, and there's enough depth in the levelling up options that players looking for more bite are going to be pretty pleased as well.</p><p>There's a chance that Space Pioneer might get old pretty quickly, and only time will tell if it's got enough meat on its bones to stick around on your homescreen.</p><p>But right now I don't care. Right now I want to shotgun skittering ice beasts in the face until they're dead. Because that's just the sort of guy I am.</p>
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