<p>Grid Autosport cemented its place as an all-time mobile great when it raced its way onto iOS in 2017. Now Feral Interactive, the team responsible for bringing the game to mobile, is on the lookout for players that are interested in testing out the possibility of multiplayer.</p><p>Feral Interactive put out a tweet earlier today, requesting any players that are interested in signing up to do so using Apple's TestFlight app. It's important to point out, however, that Feral mention it's to test the feasibility of an online mode, so it's not guaranteed that it will make it to the main game anytime soon, though hopefully, it does because it would be an excellent addition to an already fantastic game. </p><p>If you're interested in getting involved with the test you'll need the Testflight app, an Apple device that can run iOS 12.1 or later and a supported iPad or iPhone. That includes an iPhone 6S or beyond whilst tablet users will need an iPad variant released after 2017 or any iPad Pro.</p><p>It's good to see Feral Interactive actively interested in continuing to provide updates for their excellent port of Grid Autosport. It was finally released on Android in November of last year, where it's been very well received since launch.</p><p>This isn't particularity surprising since Feral Interactive has quickly established themselves as one of the premier mobile porting companies. They've released several excellent mobile versions of games that include the likes of Tropico, Rome Total War and most recently Company of Heroes.</p><p>Grid Autosport is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs £9.99 with further in-app purchases available that unlock various tracks, texture packs and cars. Alternatively, you can pick it up for £29.99 on the Nintendo Switch eShop. </p>Enjoy racing games? Here are 25 of the best available for iOS
1、<p>Paradox's virtual tabletop RPG, Knights of Pen & Paper 2, is available now on Android and iOS.</p><p>The sequel to the Silver Award winning Knights of Pen & Paper, this game sees you joining a group of teenagers for a classic pen and paper RPG session.</p><p>There's a bunch of improvements over the original, with the graphical shift from 8-bit to 16-bit the most obvious.</p>
3、Romanticrash Mod Romanticrash Mod v2.6 (Mod Hints) Features:Mod HintsClassic yet Innovative game play: physics-based puzzle game-The rule of the game is simple and engaging: you draw a line (or accidentally draw a dot), both the blue and the pink ball will start falling according to gravity rules, and the player needs to draw lines and shapes to help the two balls overcome all the obstacles and meet each other. -When the two balls touch the drawn line or bump into each other, their facial expressions will change to reflect their moods, which can be quite various. -Each stage of the game is programed with different barriers and blocks, while some of the cleared stages help to unlock different hairstyles of the balls. Luckily, sometimes there is more than one way to clear a stage. Let’s get creative and flexible!
4、<p>If you enjoyed your relaxing row across the seas of The Sailor's Dream, here's some good news. The studio behind it, Simogo, has announced a four-part "podcast mystery" set inside the same world.</p><p>It's to be called The Lighthouse Painting, and the first episode will be released in March, with the rest each arriving after a week apart.</p><p>It came about as Simogo had some unused music leftover from The Sailor's Dream. So, instead of forgetting about it, decided to create something else with it.</p><p>Some voiced narration, environmental sounds, and extra music later, and Simogo had itself an audio drama.</p><p>It tells a new story that can be enjoyed by itself but you'll probably notice connections to The Sailor's Dream as you listen to it.</p><p>"It doesn't seem probable that anyone with that taste in paint could be VERY kindred," acknowledged Anne, "unless it were an accident--like our blue hall. I feel certain there are no children there, at least. It's even neater than the old Copp place on the Tory road, and I never expected to see anything neater than that."
1、<p>As you may have heard, Warhammer 40,000-based card battler Space Wolf soft-launched in Sweden and South Africa last month.</p><p>Maybe you haven't set up a Swedish or South African iTunes account to gain access, or maybe you've already been battling away for weeks.</p><p>In either case, developer Herocraft have very kindly provided our sister site, AppSpy, with a nifty code that'll net you a lovely booster pack, loaded with all manner of cards, to promote today's Twitch stream.</p><p>We'll also be giving away codes for the game throughout today's Twitch stream of Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf. That means you'll be able to redeem them on your own iTunes account, whichever region it is!</p><p>To join in on the fun, catch us over on Twitch, or in the embedded window below, from 5pm BST / 9am PDT. See you then!</p>
2、What the game doesn’t have in realism, it certainly makes up for variating sceneries that we’ll sure you’ll be a fan of right away. So, you will get to follow Agent Spy in different cargo loads, railway stations, supervillain lairs, and all types of additional carriages that are waiting to be destroyed by your mighty jumps. Agent Action makes a lot of noise, but somehow, he still manages to retain his prestige and reputation as a mystery man. How that is, we have no idea.
3、A LION, fatigued by the heat of a summer's day, fell fast asleep in his den. A Mouse ran over his mane and ears and woke him from his slumbers. He rose up and shook himself in great wrath, and searched every corner of his den to find the Mouse. A Fox seeing him said: "A fine Lion you are, to be frightened of a Mouse." "'Tis not the Mouse I fear," said the Lion; "I resent his familiarity and ill-breeding."