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1、<p>Rumble Stars is the latest game to announce its Christmas rundown. Of course, they've already released the Dashing Deer whose intercepting prowess has earned it a spot on my team for at least the duration of the festive season.</p><p>Frogmind will be giving out daily gifts between now and the 25th in an event they're calling the 12 Days of Rumble. I see what they did there! These will vary between gold, Rumblers, gems and occasionally a mixture of the three.</p><p>Additionally, there will also be new events each day that are promising big prizes if you manage to complete them. For instance, today's will reward you with 100 Lazy Pandas to help increase your idle bears level. If you're not an avid user of the Lazy Panda it's still worth doing as it contributes towards increasing your goalie's level.</p>
3、<p>Champ Man 15 is now available on Android, just three months after it first hit iOS. It's free to play, it's got football all the way up in its bones, and you can grab it from the Google Play Store right this second.</p><p>The game sees you leading a team from the lowest ranks of the Football League all the way to the top. Unless you're anything like me, in which case that team will find a new, even worse league below the lowest ranks and still manage to lose every game.</p><p>You can check out our hands-on preview with the iOS version right here. It doesn't have any screenshots because Square Enix didn't send us any. Don't worry though, we persevered.</p><p>If you'd rather just grab the game and engage in the art of telling people the best way to kick a ball, you can head over to the Google Play Store by following this here link [download].</p><p>The iOS version of the game has also been updated with a new database, and some other tweaks to pull it in line with the Android version. You can grab that here [download]</p>Android Police
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3、<p>James and Matthew are back to bring you news of Gwent's imminent arrival on Android, and the release date for the mobile port of clever colour-swap puzzler Hue. There's also a new Warhammer Quest game on the way, plus a touchscreen port of popular board game Scythe.</p><p>New releases include the much anticipated Overwatch-a-like team shooter Shadowgun War Games, Gameloft's city-builder/car-racer mashup Overdrive City, and the frankly incomprehensible airborne brawler Kick-Flight</p>Download episode 505:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p><p> </p><p>It looks like Simon the Sorcerer Between Worlds will be heading to mobile in the future.</p><p>I mean, it's not out on anything yet, and we're still waiting on Story Beasts to announce the start of the game's Kickstarter campaign, but we understand that it's coming soon.</p><p>According to Claudio Medina, designer and writer at StoryBeasts, "We're teaming up with Mojo Touch (The company that did the re-releases of the old Simons for mobile) to port the new game to iOS and Android."</p><p>He also added that "the process to launch the KS has taken longer than we wished it had but things are still moving."</p>Split up<p>The game is split between two different worlds, as the game suggests. One where Simon works in a shop to pay off a debt he doesn't remember accruing, and another where he's a successful magician called Simone. And isn't a he.</p><p>We will, of course, let you know as and when we get any more details. But the good news is we should be seeing a new Simon the Sorcerer game on phones and tablets soon(ish).</p><p>In the meantime you can keep up with the development process of the game over on the StoryBeasts blog.</p>