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1、<p>Last month, Prison Architect developer Introversion Software announced that it'd be bringing its prison management sim to iOS and Android.</p><p>Now, Introversion is seeking testers for tablet versions of the port, which you can sign up for by subscribing to the company's mailing list.</p><p>According to Twitter, the mobile Prison Architect is planned for tablets only, 7 inches and up.</p><p>You can see the game running on a Galaxy Tab 3 and iPad Air below, the first images of the mobile edition posted.</p><p><p>Image courtesy Introversion Software</p>Introversion said last month that the iOS and Android ports would stay as faithful as possible to the original PC version.</p><p>Only minor changes like population caps to accomodate the lower power of tablets may be implemented.</p><p>Prison Architect was originally released in alpha in 2012 for desktop platforms.</p><p>After selling over a million copies, the game is finally nearing completion and will launch its completed Windows, Mac, and Linux versions sometime this year.</p><p>Introversion is also seeking out a publisher for possible console ports.</p><p>Check out Introversion's official website for more info.</p>
2、<p>If you're a fan of the Mana series, this one may get your bloody pumping as its official Twitter account has posted a ten-second video of Seiken Densetsu 3 playing...on the Switch. <p>#???? pic.twitter.com/uXD0hey02H— ???? -??- (@Seiken_PR) March 20, 2017 SD3 (1995) is the follow-up to the SNES game, Seiken Densetsu 2 - or, Secret of Mana as it was known outside of Japan - and is a much-loved RPG classic.</p><p>Originally released on the Super Famicon, SD3 never did get the western release people were hoping for. But, with the Switch's region-free settings, even if it followed the same path the game would be accessible to players globally.</p><p>Though there hasn't been an official announcement from Square Enix just yet, the video alone is pretty hard to ignore. Perhaps it'll be part of the Switch's Virtual Console - you know, when it eventually launches.</p>