<p>As first reported by our sister site Pocketgamer.biz, the upcoming Call of Duty Mobile targets 57 to 60 fps on Android devices. The news arrived during Unite Copenhagen 2019, where Samsung Electronics engineer Jungwoo Kim and gamedev engineer Anton Syniavskyi discussed the journey of bringing Activision’s FPS series to mobile.</p><p>This impressive feat was achieved due to the team’s decision to use the Vulkan graphics standard from Khronos. Vulkan is basically an up-to-date API which is highly optimised for most mobile and streaming platforms. Pocketgamer.biz confirms that “features such as a single scratch buffer, threaded present, direct buffer access and render pass load/store all contribute to the adaptive performance”.</p>With twisted metal amorously empleached,
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ToonMe - Cartoon yourself photo editor(Unlocked items)As compound love to physic your cold breast.<p>Jenny LeClue, Mografi's detective game, is heading to Apple Arcade. There's no set date for when it'll arrive on the service so it's possible it won't be available on launch, but we can expect it to arrive before the end of the year.</p><p>Jenny LeClue started life as a Kickstarter project way back in 2014. Since then it's been announced that it'll be coming pretty much everything including Switch and now iOS. It's nice to see a game that's clearly had a lot of love poured into it getting recognition from Apple.</p><p>If you're not familiar with the game then Jenny LeClue is a detective adventure game with a strong focus on choices influencing the story. Every decision you make will write out the story and can even potentially affect the story of the game's narrator, the wonderfully named Arthur K Finklestein.</p>
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To leave the batt'ry that you make 'gainst mine,And comely distant sits he by her side;
<p>Backflip Studios, the developers behind freemium build-'em-up DragonVale, announced a new Dungeons & Dragons-based mobile game this weekend at PAX Prime.</p><p>Speaking to Polygon, Backflip CEO Julian Farrior and creative director Ryan Drag explained that this new game will merge several genres, such as "castle defense" and "raiding," and feature heavy customization and PvP elements.</p><p>The game, still untitled, will have players building heroes based on classes from the 5th Edition of D&D. It is part of an effort to bring the world of D&D to an even larger playerbase.</p><p>Expect to see it around 2015 (hopefully with a name by then!)</p><p>For more insight, check out Backflip's developer diary below.</p>
<p>Keita Takahashi, the genius mind behind Katamari Damacy or Noby Noby Boy, is getting into the AR game with Woorld.</p><p>But more than just a simple camera-based app, Woorld is using Google's Project Tango which you might not remember.</p><p>Announced a couple of years ago, Project Tango uses some special hardware on top of an Android device to map an entire room on your mobile device. Thus, every AR experience is more accurate. It even features a depth sensor and a wide angle camera.</p><p>Takahashi's Woorld is described as an experimental game that mixes the physical and digital world and which transforms everyday objects in fun toys.</p><p>We're poised to hear more about this at Google I/O this week but it's fun to this another Takahashi game.</p><p>[Source]</p>Concerning images, The Fight Cats comes with a simple init and nothing outstanding but it gets me quite excited.
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