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Eternium is an ancient themed open-world game, and it just feels like a new birth of planet earth. A question may arise in your mind, what separates this game from which results in a 4.8-star rating in the Google Play Store with millions of downloads?Updated on January 30th, at 15:48: Introversion has said that it's working on iPad and Android versions of the game at the moment.<p>It will be kept as close to the PC version as possible, but some concessions - such as a population cap in your prison - may be made for the lower power of tablets.</p>Original story follows...<p>British indie studio Introversion Software (creator of Uplink) has announced that it will be bringing its detailed prison management sim Prison Architect to mobile.</p><p>The announcement was slipped in among the news that Prison Architect has sold over a million copies on PC during its alpha phase since 2012.</p><p>Introversion also confirmed that the game will exit alpha and the finished version should be released in 2015. With that, Introversion revealed that it would be "branching out."</p><p>"We're currently developing a mobile version," the studio said today.</p><p>Introversion also said that it has teamed up with John Cook of Bad Management LLP to find a publisher for console versions of Prison Architect.</p><p>Will that include PS Vita and 3DS? It's unknown at this point.</p><p>Amir Rajan has released "brutally difficult" strategy game The Ensign onto iOS.</p><p>The Ensign is a prequel to the fantastic incremental discovery game A Dark Room. It's actually an expanded version of The Dusty Path in that game.</p><p>"I wanted to make a strategy game that had high replay value, as opposed to a game about discovery," Rajan says in the game's description.</p><p>He also advises that you play A Dark Room before even attempting The Ensign. But it's up to you.</p><p>I'm not going to spoil any of The Ensign for you here because, as with A Dark Room, it's best you jump into it yourself.</p><p>Be warned, though, Rajan has a message for you: "Best of luck to whoever attempts this game. I imagine few will succeed in completing all of it."</p><p>That's a challenge if I've ever heard one. You can purchase The Ensign on the App Store for 69p / 99c right now.</p>Pocket Tactics

She was new lodged and newly deified.O, that false fire which in his cheek so glowed,<p>When Pascal&rsquo;s Wager launched on the App Store in January, Apple users were treated to arguably the most ambitious and eagerly awaited 3D ARPG ever released for iOS.</p><p>It may have been blatant in its attempt to replicate an ultra-tough, ultra-grim, third person, Dark Souls-esque experience for mobile, but we couldn&rsquo;t care less. Even if the Lovecratian monsters and medieval world feel a tad familiar, the fact is Pascal&rsquo;s Wager definitely delivered on what it set out to do!</p><p>And now at long last, Android users can enjoy the same experience following the game&rsquo;s recent launch on TapTap (China&rsquo;s largest gaming community and Android platform). So to mark the occasion, we&rsquo;ve decided to recap all of the best features that Pascal&rsquo;s Wager has to offer.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>Dark themes<p>When audiences first clapped eyes on Pascal&rsquo;s Wager during its gameplay reveal last year, everyone was struck by just how much it reminded them of Dark Souls; the gothic setting, gloomy atmosphere, and Lovecraftian themes were all extremely reminiscent of Bandai Namco&rsquo;s ARPG hit. Now of course, gameplay reveals can be deceiving which anyone that&rsquo;s ever played Aliens: Colonial Marines will attest to, but when Pascal&rsquo;s Wager finally landed on iOS devices in January, the hype was indeed justified. Pascal's Wager really is the closest thing to Dark Souls that&rsquo;s ever come to mobile.</p><p>Everything from the game&rsquo;s aesthetic, atmosphere, orchestral soundtrack, and combat systems are inspired by the Souls series. Even the insane difficulty and constant threat from any enemy encounter has been replicated.</p>It&rsquo;s not all Dark<p>Pascal&rsquo;s Wager does borrow heavily from Dark Souls but it does differ in a few key areas. First off, instead of the seamless interconnected level architecture found in the Souls series, Pascal&rsquo;s Wager plays out across multiple, distinct, level maps (although granted with the same objective of reaching each stage&rsquo;s respective safe altar). You also have the option of revisiting any level you've previously explored to grind enemies or complete any missed side-objectives.</p><p>Unlike the Souls series, it also focuses heavily on multiple character selection. Whereas Dark Souls encourages players to alter their character builds in a myriad of ways to tackle its challenges, Pascal&rsquo;s Wager instead focuses on switching between the game&rsquo;s four lead characters. Essentially it&rsquo;s like having four classes continually at your disposal. It lends an interesting variety to the gameplay as each character possesses a different skill set when it comes to fighting enemies, and avoids locking you into a particular play-style based on your player build.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>Con-soul quality<p>Console quality is a bit of a cringy term when it comes to mobile. A lot of studios like to make this boast about their titles but it&rsquo;s seldom indicative of whether or not they&rsquo;re actually enjoyable to play. However, there can be no argument that when it comes to presentation, Pascal&rsquo;s Wager really does stand at the forefront of mobile&rsquo;s current capabilities (which are pretty darn impressive to say the least!).</p><p>It also becomes obvious why Apple dedicated time to showing off Pascal's Wager's gameplay at its Apple Event in 2019. Pascal&rsquo;s Wager&rsquo;s impressive graphics and combat systems was a perfect advertisement for the high performance of Apple&rsquo;s A13 chip, and also a testimony to the endless dedication of its developers to push the boundaries of mobile gaming.</p><p>Android exclusivesPascal&rsquo;s Wager will be launching on TapTap ahead of other Android platforms so players who download the game there will get to experience it first. On top of that, TipWorks are offering players the opportunity to acquire the Heroic Herald Outfit for Pascal&rsquo;s Wagers lead character Terrence for free, as well as chatting directly with the developer about the game and the future updates on the way.You can find Pascal&rsquo;s Wager available to download on TapTap right now for $3.99 and the Deep into the Dark Mist expansion for $0.99</p>

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