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<p>It's award season, apparently, as both the International Mobile Gaming Awards and the Game Developers Choice Awards were held this week.</p><p>They both took place in San Francisco too. Plus, stylish puzzler Monument Valley came out with big awards from both of them (four altogether). And rightly so, we say.</p><p>You can see the full line-up of award winners at the IGMAs below. Then, immediately below that list, there's another that details the mobile game winners at the GDC Awards.</p>IMGA 2015 WinnersGrand Prix: Monument ValleyJury's Honorable Mention: ThreesPeople's Choice Award: VaingloryGuilty Pleasure: 2048Best Quickplay Game: Crossy RoadBest Meaningful Play: Papers, PleaseExcellence in Storytelling: 80 DaysBest Multiplayer Game: Soccer PhysicsExcellence in Gameplay: Hearthstone: Heroes of WarcraftBest Technical Achievement: VaingloryExcellence in Audio, Visual, Art & Design Award: TengamiBest Upcoming Games: PruneExcellence in Innovation: BoundenGDC Award Winners (mobile-only)Monument Valley - Best Visual Art, Innovation, Best Handheld/Mobile GameThe Banner Saga - Best DebutHearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft - Best Design
And dialogued for him what he would say,<p>Keeping things short and sweet, Clash Royale's Ramp Up Challenge follows on from the recent Legendary Challenge, and you could win some neat one-time rewards for your efforts.</p><p>Starting today, January 9th, Ramp Up Challenge is a battle which gets more and more hectic throughout - hence the name. Though your first entry is free, entries afterwards will cost you 50 gems.</p><p>Each battle will begin at 1x Elixir, eventually ramping up (har-har) to 2x and eventually 3x Elixir. You'll collect one-time rewards as you progress, starting at three wins, and the challenge completes at nine wins. One-time rewards include Gold, Rare Cards, and Epic Cards.</p><p>Though Clash Royale had a few issues this morning, the servers are all back online, shiny, and ready for you to take on the challenge. Ramp Up will only be live between now and January 11th, so it's a bit of a short one.</p>
<p>New Star Games has brought its mobile sports game New Star Baseball to Android, after the iOS version launched in many countries across the world last month.</p><p>In it, you play as a wannabe baseball star who steps up to the plate to compete in worldwide tournaments. New Star Baseball features a mixture of action, strategy and RPG as you play baseball for big teams, compete for an entry in the hall of fame and jump headfirst into the glitzy world of casinos and fancy houses that having a lot of money can buy.</p><p>Check the trailer below to see more of the game in action.</p>
<p>There are few mobile games more hotly anticipated than the iOS and Android ports of MegaCrit's acclaimed card battler, Slay the Spire. Developer Anthony Giovannetti recently shared on Twitter that the team would have an announcement to make "within the next 30 days", meaning sometime this month.<p>We should have an announcement on mobile within the next 30 days.— Anthony Giovannetti (@stimhacked) May 22, 2020Back in January, the ports were said to be going "through the QA pass", so it seemed like all was going smoothly following their delay from a 2019 to a 2020 release. I have to hope that the announcement turns out to be confirmation of a solid launch date, though obviously nothing has been confirmed as of yet.</p>Waiting for Slay The Spire Mobile? Here's the 5 best games to play while you wait<p>Many clones, or at least titles heavily inspired by STS, have already popped up to take advantage of the fact that Slay the Spire isn't currently available on mobile storefronts, which is something we've seen happen to plenty of other games in the past, including PUBG and even Donut County.</p>My day: career simulator(get rewards)
And nice affections wavering stood in doubt<p>This War of Mine is, at least to me, a game that everyone should experience. It's unique take on a war-torn country, far from the usual shooters and "AAA" games really captivates and puts you in the shoes of every day citizens, just trying their best to survive.</p><p>The psychological aspect is also one of the great feature of the game, since your characters can become scared, remorseful and even suicidal.</p><p>We know that the sort-of DLC The Little Ones, featuring children, is coming later this year but if you haven't experienced This War of Mine yet you can pick it up today for its lowest price yet at 2.99€ on iOS down to 14.99€. Quite the deal. The game's also on sale on Android here.</p><p>[Thanks to Oynox over on Neogaf]</p>
The Serpent and the Eagle"Leslie didn't cry at her father's funeral any more then she had cried at Kenneth's. Rose whooped and howled for two, however, and Leslie had all she could do trying to calm and comfort her mother. I was disgusted with Rose and so was everyone else, but Leslie never got out of patience. She loved her mother. Leslie is clannish--her own could never do wrong in her eyes. Well, they buried Frank West beside Kenneth, and Rose put up a great big monument to him. It was bigger than his character, believe ME! Anyhow, it was bigger than Rose could afford, for the farm was mortgaged for more than its value. But not long after Leslie's old grandmother West died and she left Leslie a little money--enough to give her a year at Queen's Academy. Leslie had made up her mind to pass for a teacher if she could, and then earn enough to put herself through Redmond College. That had been her father's pet scheme--he wanted her to have what he had lost. Leslie was full of ambition and her head was chock full of brains. She went to Queen's, and she took two years' work in one year and got her First; and when she came home she got the Glen school. She was so happy and hopeful and full of life and eagerness. When I think of what she was then and what she is now, I say--drat the men!"
<p>Spike Chunsoft has released the free to play pinball-like action game Danganronpa: Unlimited Battle on iOS in Japan.</p><p>It might be the oddest game in the series yet. And that's saying something considering that the two prior visual novels are known for being quite barmy.</p><p>Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is about students being told to murder each other by a psychotic teddy bear, for instance.</p><p>As said, though, Unlimited Battle isn't a visual novel, and that's what makes it odd. It's a pinball game, and if you watch the trailer, it seems to be quite an explosive and madcap one at that.</p><p>You assemble a team of four characters that you then slingshot, one by one, at a group of opposing enemies. The character then bounces around the enemies like a pinball, unleashing attacks.</p><p>Before Fortnite blew up, Epic Games had a seriously successful series on iOS called Infinity Blade which was consistently one of the best RPGs on the App Store. Unfortunately, it was announced yesterday that the Epic is saying goodbye to the series with immediate removal of the game. <p>The Infinity Blade trilogy is no longer available for purchase. Find out more on our blog: https://t.co/8x6EOxyJAt pic.twitter.com/LUTQdLNV9h— Infinity Blade (@InfinityBlade) December 10, 2018 Don't get too panicky just yet. If you've bought the game already you can still play it on your device, it's just not up for purchase anymore. Epic's also removed IAPs from the game and will continue to support Infinity Blade III with a few surprises for the next month before putting it on the shelf.</p><p>With more developing projects demanding attention, the proper amount of care can no longer be provided by the team as they look to the future. Though this is sad news indeed, it looks like Infinity Blade isn't out of the running altogether as noted at the end of Epic's post: "As we bid farewell, be sure to keep your eyes peeled! You may find Infinity Blade popping up in places you wouldn’t expect." Perhaps we're in for a Steam or Switch port? Probably not.</p><p>The three games earned Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards from us in their reviews for their ingenuity, advanced graphics, combat, and more.</p>'"My parts had pow'r to charm a sacred nun,
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