<p>Today, Adult Swim Games and PikPok revealed their next game: Monsters Ate My Metropolis, the sequel to the Silver Award-winning Monsters Ate My Condo.</p><p>While the first game was a colorful, over-the-top match-3 puzzle game, Monsters Ate My Metropolis eschews that original format for an equally colorful and over-the-top card battler.</p><p>The Monsters have progressed from eating condos to leveling entire cities, and to do so, you build a deck of powerful attacks, buffs, and other abilities. Each monster has unique perks as well, ranging from increased damage to earning more tokens.</p><p>Battles revolve around you and the city you wish to destroy selecting cards to inflict damage. Battles in Monsters Ate My Metropolis are spectacles of flashy attack animations, as giant hammers and rainbow beams are unleashed.</p><p>Status effects such as poison and critical hits can also result in major damage.</p><p>You also need to be aware of the rock-paper-scissor relationship between card colors. Blue cards do more damage against red cards, red cards do the same to green cards, and so on.</p><p>You must also build a deck for your own city, as other players can attack your metropolis.</p><p>Monsters Ate My Metropolis will be free to play when it releases. We'll have more details such as release dates as more information becomes available.</p><p>Harvest Crossing wears its inspirations in its name.</p><p>It's a free to play, casual farming simulator and virtual world. So, yep, you're able to build a farm, grow crops, and make friends with the local community, just as you do in Harvest Moon.</p><p>It also has animal villagers (including Mayor Farnum the Owl) whom you can befriend and trade with. You can also explore the vast virtual world, including the city where you can go shopping for new avatar clothes.</p><p>Then there's the Park, where you can chat with other online players and even visit their farms. All of these are elements that are available in Animal Crossing, of course.</p><p>Admittedly, the comparison seems a little weak despite the developer reaching for it so desperately with the game's title.</p><p>Yes, there are elements of both the games referenced in Harvest Crossing. However, its look and sensibilities means that Farmville might be a better comparison.</p><p>This looks familiarIn fact, I can do better than that.</p><p>Harvest Crossing has been created by PocketzWorld Inc., who has been running a virtual world game called Pocketz on the App Store [download] for a couple of years now.</p><p>I'd call Harvest Crossing a re-skinning of Pocketz, but in fact, it seems to be nearly the same game with a different title. Art assets have been copied straight over by the looks of it.</p><p>Compare the images from Pocketz below with those from Harvest Crossing above, and you'll see what I'm getting at.</p><p>The point is that this is a game that may not live up to your hopes for it based on the title.</p><p>Whether you'll want to give Harvest Crossing a go will depend on how desperate you are for a Harvest Moon or Animal Crossing game on iOS.</p><p>This developer is clearly hoping that the game's title will attract your attention more than Pocketz was able to. It'll probably work, too.</p><p>You'll have to wait unless you have a Canadian App Store account, though. You see, PocketzWorld Inc. has only soft-launched Harvest Crossing in there at the moment. </p>
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<p>There's something decidedly familiar about Yo! Let's Stretch, which has just come out for iP. It's a one-touch platformer that sees you extending your character's body in order to get from one platform to the next. It's sort of like Silly Sausage in Meat Land hanging out with Doodle Jump.</p><p>And sure that sounds pretty good. You play with one hand, and the main aim here is chasing your own high score. There are different characters to unlock as well, but they're mainly just different skins rather than offering anything mechanically different from one-another.</p>
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