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Unmemory is an upcoming mystery-themed interactive novel from developer Patrones y Escondites and publisher Plug-in Digital. It's set to launch for iOS, Android and Steam on October 13th with pre-orders on all platforms available now.It promises an immersive tale that deals with love and revenge that's predominately told through text. Specifically, it follows the story of a person who is on the hunt for the individual who murdered their girlfriend. However, our protagonist suffers from a rare form of memory loss.That means he'll need to make use of notes, pictures and recorded messages that he's collected to try and make sense of this mystery. It's important you pay attention when reading the various passages because you'll require this knowledge to solve the various puzzles that will appear along the way.We're proud to announce that #UnmemoryGame is coming to Google Play, App Store and Steam on October 13th. Enjoy an immersive story of love, revenge and A LOT of text action! #Android #iOSCheck our website and hit that Wishlist button:https://t.co/jUABNwAoCr pic.twitter.com/UsTXKf8Iq1— UNMEMORY ???????? is coming in October! (@unmemorygame) September 8, 2020The story will be told through 8 different chapters where each will deal with a different aspect of memory. For instance, the first explores the way time affects them whilst others will explore how it's connected to the likes of music, pain, taste touch and even places. The game will apparently take around 5 hours to complete.You can check out some gameplay for Unmemory in the video found within the embedded tweet above. As you can see, it's a mixture of reading through sections of text whilst also completing various minigames along the way.Unmemory is available to pre-order now over on the App Store and Google Play ahead of its release on October 13th. It will be a premium title that costs $5.99.Looking for more narrative-driven games? Here are 5 of the best that released in 2019We're trying something a little different with our Steam section. We're using it as an opportunity to experiment with the way we cover games.So instead of the usual 'news, reviews, previews, and features' malarkey that most sites go for, we are - for now - focusing on recommendations. Just writing about the Steam games we reckon you should buy, and not much else.Hopefully, it will be a worthwhile resource with lots of interesting games that will help you find your next puzzle game addiction, or a memorable indie gem, or a game so clever it makes your brain explode.That's the plan, at least. Let us know if we're successful. Anyway, here's what we picked out this week:Captain Forever Remix is a game about blowing up ships, stealing their thrusters and guns and lasers, and duct taping them to your own spacecraft. It's charming and super clever.The best thing about Westerado: Double Barreled - a pixel art Wild West whodunit - is that you can approach your mission in any way you want, killing people left and right. The dynamic story just adapts to your mad, anarchic decisions.Take Nokia classic Snake and turn it into a devilishly difficult physics puzzler. You get Snakebird - a game that had me pulling my hair out on about level three. The developer tells Pocket Gamer that a mobile version is planned.I had to recommend Dex, even if it is a tad broken. Hopefully a patch will fix up some of the more obvious issues, because they're hiding a stylish cyberpunk RPG that is a bit Deus Ex, only with three fewer letters.I'm cheating on this one because I played Axiom Verge on PS4. But, hey, I'm sure this slick, retro-flavoured Metroidvania is just as good on PC. It's got some really good ideas inspired by glitched out games that will appeal to anyone who's wiggled an NES cartridge mid-game.Chroma Squad is a game about managing an indie TV studio that puts on a Power Rangers-style TV show. And that would be cool enough, but then you record an episode of the show by playing a turn-based tactical battle on a green screen and, gah, so good.Invisible Inc. comes from the guys behind Mark of the Ninja, so they you know they know stealth games. But this one's different, as it operates like a tactics game and is structured like a roguelike. All in all, quite a belter.We also told you how to make money in AdVenture Captalist and add external games to your Steam Library, and we picked the 14 best Metroidvanias and 19 best point and click adventures.Let us know how we're getting on, send us your Steam recommendations, and generally ramble on incoherently about your favourite colour in the comments, below.
Popular arcade game Impossible Road is now yours to snatch up and add to your ever-growing iPhone game collection for the bargain price of $0.00. This one is easy to pick up, play, and understand, challenging you with navigating a thin track as a giant ball. The track is generally wild in its design, being more akin to a roller coaster than a traditional course. There are various speeds at which you can tackle the track for world dominance, and it's all about remaining in control.You'll need to navigate through various twists and turns on your journey, making for quite a tricky experience overall. On top of this, you'll need to perfect some jumps along the way, as well as deal with all of the numerous bends. However, what makes Impossible Road not as impossible is that the game allows you to cheat. Not only does Impossible Road allow cheating, it actively encourages it via the track design. That said, you'll need to figure out the optimal paths yourself. But once you do, you can give yourself a huge advantage. Visually, the game is going for a minimalist style, with four different colour schemes to choose from when going on your roller coaster ride. Choose any style that you see fit, then go for gold in this race to the top of the leaderboards. You can also enjoy a neat techno soundtrack as you immerse yourself in this fast-paced world. Music and sound always play a critical role in games, and with Impossible Road having an arcade-style approach, the sounds used are only fitting. Impossible Road is available for free right now on the App Store. It is also available on Google Play, but for the price of $1.99. Enjoy adrenaline-pumping experiences on mobile? Then check out the top 25 racing games for iPhone and iPad
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Badlanders, the competitive survival looter shooter from NetEase Games has entered open beta testing today on iOS and Android.The game opened for registration late last month and has now seen over five million players sign up worldwide. Starting from today, anyone who logs in to the server between 23rd October and 30th October can claim their exclusive benefits.These rewards include: a Combat Pack (AK + three-level Armour) in Helmet (AK & LV. 3 Helmet), a Scope Pack set, a 8888 in-game Cash & Exclusive Avatar: Warriors Assemble, and a Reaper T-shirt.You and 24 other badlanders enter the battlefield, taking each other on to strip each other of their loot, or slowly building up an arsenal from chests scattered around the map. But be careful not to get distracted as you need to get all the loot out in one piece.The game also involves you collecting and customising in-game items that you scavenge from the battlefield, allowing you to self-build weapons according your own tastes and trade them with others. You can instead take this gear out onto the battlefield to use yourself, but the stronger it is the more attention you might attract.It should be noted Badlanders’ open beta does not include Belgium, Taiwan, Vietnam and Mainland China as eligible regions to participate, while the open beta in South Korea will only be available on iOS.Badlanders is published by NetEase Games, a developer and publisher that has partnered with Blizzard Entertainment and Mojang AB in the past, and continues to support the growth of innovative studios around the globe.You can download Badlanders and check out the open beta from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android. It's free-to-play and contains in-app purchases.Read our list to discover more of the best shooters available on iPhone and iPad.
Adventure Time, one of Cartoon Network's weirdest, wackiest cartoon shows, recently released its second card game, Card Wars Kingdom, on iTunes and Google Play.Card Wars Kingdom is a free-to-play game as opposed to its very successful predecessor, Card Wars, which is a premium title. Following on from Card Wars' initial inspiration from the Adventure Time episode, 'Card Wars' – yes, seriously – Card Wars Kingdom offers a ton of extra stuff.For anyone expecting this to be a revelation and something so fresh and new it physically hurts to talk about it, prepare yourselves for disappointment. Car Wars Kingdom is essentially Card Wars with some different modes and characters thrown in. However it still looks just as fun and has some awesome reviews.Head on over to iTunes or Google Play now and pick up your copy of the game for free.