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1、<p>Frog Tale is an upcoming metroidvania about a frog curse that'll have us hopping around a royal castle.</p><p>It's played by tapping either side of the touchscreen to hop left and right respectively. That's all you need to dodge hazards and wall-jump up the narrow passages of this stone-slab palace.</p><p>As you explore, you'll collect items that give the frog new abilities that let you find new entryways in older areas. You know, just as most metroidvanias do, usually.</p><p>Unfortunately, there are few details about the game's plot in the announcement on the TIGSource forums. But, presumption has us believe that this frog was once of another form.</p><p>Perhaps it's a follow-on from the classic "The Frog Prince" tale and so you'll need to find a princess willing to kiss a frog to turn human again. Maybe.</p><p>The person who would know is solo artist "bitslap" as it's them who is developing Frog Tale.</p><p>What they do say is that they want to bring the "old school gems classic feel to the handheld devices of today (touch screens)."</p><p>That includes iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. It may also be released on PC at some point, apparently.</p><p>Frog Tale is about halfway done so far after about half a year's work. So, hopefully, it will be on our own touchscreens in another half.</p><p>Check out the TIGSource devlog for more updates on the game.</p>
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- <p>If you're a fan of point-and-click games, consider checking out Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1 - A Dreadly Business, which is currently on sale for 99p / 99c on the Play Store and App Store.</p><p>The game is set in Victorian London, and sees you paying as Bertram, an adventurer who sets out on a manhunt after a run-in with Geoff the Murderer.</p>
- <p>Acram Digital's two digital board games are currently on sale on the App Store for £2.99 / $2.99. So if you've got a bit of spare money lying around, both of them are worth picking up. Especially if you're into trains or empires.</p><p>The first of the two games is Eight-Minute Empire. At review we gave it a Silver Award and called it "a bright and super smart board game adaptation that won't suck hours out of your day."</p><p>You can read the full review by clicking right here. And if the idea of a grand strategy game that fits into a handful of minutes is appealing, you can click here to grab the game from the App Store.</p>
– Lots of guns to buy and shoot– Off-Road Locations– Visually stunning graphics, character, and army vehicle models, helicopters, air fighters, etc.– Ingame Shop– HD Quality Graphics– Requirements Minimum 2048 MB RAM.
– Stability improvements
- “APK” install it on your device.
- Enter the game.