Updated on July 22nd, at 9:50: And it's out! You can grab Piloteer from Google Play, right here.<p>Original story follows…</p>
1、<p>Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. As if having Kingdom: New Lands launch on iOS wasn't enough, we could well have Card Thief in our laps by this time next week.</p><p>As I mentioned in a previous article, the App Store is currently experiencing a severe indie developer take-over in which the best of the best indie games are highlighted and celebrated, while new games release daily.</p><p>If you have no idea what I'm on about, Card Thief is a stealth/strategy card puzzler in which you perform a series of heists, stealing chests from keeps, before making your way back out un-captured and unseen.</p><p>The game was submitted a couple of weeks ago but there was no news on its release date for obvious (promotional) reasons. Today, however, TinyTouchTales mention on the TA Forums that though they can't tell us the exact date, the game will definitely be releasing during the promotion.</p><p>So, that's any time from tomorrow through to March 20th. The post was left with a very teasing, "all I can say is - just a few more days *winky face*"</p><p>We can be patient though, right? Guys?</p>.
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2、The broken bosoms that to me belong"Isn't that a view worth looking at?" said Captain Jim, with a loving, proprietary pride. "Nice and far from the market-place, ain't it? No buying and selling and getting gain. You don't have to pay anything--all that sea and sky free--`without money and without price.' There's going to be a moonrise purty soon, too--I'm never tired of finding out what a moonrise can be over them rocks and sea and harbor. There's a surprise in it every time."
3、<p>If you were among the millions of players who downloaded the first Soul Seeker game, you might still be busy kitting out your heroes in weird and wonderful outfits as they engage in boss raids across its besieged lands. You might also be hankering for the next instalment. Well hanker no more, because on November 1st, developer Clegames is launching Soul Seeker - The 6th Knights worldwide. It promises more of the same heroic action, with a bit more strategy, plus some added fire (and water) power.</p><p>Taking place in the war-torn continent of Hermes, you play as part of the Albion Knights, and it's your job to put a stop to the five other orders of knights' squabbling. These rival knights are the titular soul seekers, searching for Soul Stones which grant god-like powers for whoever wields them. You must hunt for the Soul Stones yourself and destroy them, so that they never have the chance to use such power against the people of Hermes. That's the premise, but in all likelihood you'll pay just as much attention to the other gameplay modes outside of the main story, including PvP arenas and PvE dungeon raids.</p><p>The controls are expected to be an improvement over the previous Soul Seeker game, and there are some new functions to play around with. Once you've filled up your tag gauge, you can now tag in your support heroes to join the fight with the benefit of temporary invincibility. There's also a Bound System, which allows you to bind two or three heroes together for combined power. You've also got elemental powers at your disposal: Fire, Water, Air, Darkness and Light. Each type corresponds with an enemy's weakness, so you can be strategic in which heroes you deploy.</p>