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<p>It was around three weeks ago that I reported on Shadowgun War Games hitting an impressive 500,000 pre-registers. Since then, that number has doubled to 1 million ahead of its launch on 16th February for both iOS and Android.</p><p>That undoubtedly makes it one of the most highly anticipated games of 2020. Of course, its history dates back further than the last month or so, with a prototype being shown at Gamescom last year. Here the developers – Madfinger Games – also revealed they have esport ambitions for their game as well.</p>
<p>After two years in development and five months of beta testing, Trickster Arts' newest title, Hackers, is set to release next week on iOS and Android.</p><p>As the title suggests, you're a hacker and it's your goal to build up an impenetrable, cyber 3D-network and then hack other players around the world. As described, Hackers definitely has a very unusual style which could lead to an initial bout of confusion. Thankfully, Trickster Arts has a collection of videos on their YouTube channel explaining a thing or two to help a brother out.</p><p>It's a base-building game unlike any other, that's for sure. You can choose whether to use stealth attacks or full-frontal, brute force to bury your opponents in the dirt. Even though Hackers is predominantly a multiplayer game, it also features over 70 story missions in which you get involved in events such as a presidential election (topical) or the country's revolution.</p><p>Hackers will be free-to-play with IAPs and releases on September 19th on Google Play and the App Store. We'll let you know when the game drops.</p>'Tis promised in the charity of age.
<p>Warner Brothers' Mortal Kombat Mobile had added a new Diamond character to its ever-growing roster with the arrival of fan-favourite Mortal Kombat character MK11 Noob Saibot. Beyond that, they have also introduced a host of new features.</p><p>MK11 Noob Saibot will be available for players as an exclusive Faction War Season Reward. Once obtained players will be able to make use of his Special Attacks that will apply Death Mark to his opponent. This not only disables any kind of resurrection but it also increases future damage he dishes out, particularly when his Shadow is summoned to fight alongside him.</p><p>Speaking of Faction Wars, a new survivor mode has also been added with the latest update. In this game variant, players will carry over their remaining health through a series of multiplayer battles. Naturally, this will make the next fight more tricky but continuing to succeed will net players Battle Points and a higher position on the leaderboard.</p><p>Elsewhere in the world of Faction Wars, there are now new rewards on offer. Players will be able to earn up to 5X the amount of Battle Rating Points if they choose to use a featured Faction Wars combatant. The Faction Wars Seasons will give players a chance to earn themselves MK11 Noob Saibot, Klassic Smoke and other Diamond teams.</p><p>Meanwhile, The Tower of Horror has returned, offering players a series of challenging battles that once overcome will net them a random Diamond Circle of Shadow character card. Later in the year, a new Nightmare Tower will be added to the game. If players beat this challenge they will earn a random Diamond Nightmare character and Epic Nightmare Tower Equipment.</p><p>Mortal Kombat Mobile is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>On the hunt for the very best mobile fighting games? Well, here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPad
US Smart Coach Bus Games 3d<p>Final Fantasy Type-0 Online is the successor to the cancelled Final Fantasy Agito, a game that never came west.</p><p>That's why we were doubtful that the game would ever reach our shores when it was announced, but surprisingly, in a conference this week, Square announced that the game is indeed coming west after a period of Beta starting this month in China.</p>Of court, of city, and had let go by
<p>A new expansion has been added to Talisman: Digital Edition, the mobile version of the classic board game of the same name.</p><p>The Dungeon expansion adds several new cards to the game: 128 Dungeon cards, 20 Spell cards, 10 Treasure cards, and 10 Adventure cards.</p><p>It costs £2.99 / $4.99 as an in-app purchase.</p><p>The update also comes with a new section for the game board, full of extra paths to victory, plus five new classes: Amazon, Swashbuckler, Gyspy, Gladiator, and Philospher.</p><p>Our review of Talisman: Digital Edition from earlier this year called the game a "gorgeous, if somewhat clumsy" experience.</p><p>You can buy the Bronze Award-winning Talisman: Digital Edition on the App Store and Google Play for £4.99 / $6.99.</p>DroidGamers
<p>Shadow of Naught is a very stylish-looking adventure game from PlayPlayFun and FredBear Games. It's available now globally for Android in Early Access as a premium title and the developers are very keen for people to test out the game and provide feedback.</p><p>The game itself is a story-driven adventure title that follows the lives of three different individuals called Martin, Andrew and Anna. Players will become involved in their various life decisions and take the narrative down different paths as the characters' lives intertwine.</p>
<p>It's been a little quiet on Pokemon GO's end for a little while, but it turns out Niantic were cooking up a big event for us to enjoy: the Global Catch Challenge.</p><p><p>It shocks me that Blood Bowl: Kerrunch isn't a brand of cereal. What a missed opportunity.</p><p>What it is, however, is what Cyanide Games has come up with for us iOS and Android gamers instead of giving us Blood Bowl 2 (which came out on PCs and consoles recently).</p><p>As always, it's a mix of sports, fantasy, and yep, violence. That's to be expected from a Blood Bowl game.</p><p>But, specifically, what we have here is a faster-paced remix of the formula. You're given the opportunity to be a coach during a 5v5 American football-style showdown.</p><p>"Every match begins with a set-up phase, a test of intuition and cunning, in which the coach must study the opposition carefully and place his team wisely," explains Cyanide.</p><p>"Once the match has started, he must then keep a close eye on the action and choose the right moment to make the ball carrier pass or run.</p><p>"Accuracy and timing are needed to score a 'touchdown' and avoid a 'fumble'."</p><p>Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs was released earlier this year on iOS where it offered a fairly novel way to play the bird slinging physics game. As of today, it's also available on Android so now everyone can enjoy flicking birds at pigs in their own living room.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with Isle of Pigs, it's pretty much the Angry Birds you'll either love or not with an augmented reality twist. You'll be able to summon the levels into the real world, whether that's your living room or you want to reign avians down on pigs in your garden.</p><p>That's not the whole story though, it isn't just for the novelty of seeing the pig's little structures juxtaposed with your furnishings. You'll be able to physically walk around their questionably constructed buildings to look for any weak points it may have and gain the best possible angle for your attack. To see the game in action check out our video preview below.</p>