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1、<p>Synthwave Run is the first game from Kristiyan Kralev who also goes by That Friendly Dev. As you may have already guessed from the title, it's a runner set to various synth-wave tracks. It's available now for both iOS and Android.</p><p>It promises to be a challenging ride that will seriously test your reflexes. Development started on the game back in 2018 and since then the developer has died more than 3000 times and he presumably knows how to play the game better than anyone. So if you're looking for a difficult runner this might be the one for you.</p><p>You'll be dashing, jumping and boosting your way through the various level at speed, having to rely on your reflexes to ensure you're choosing the right action. Jumping will be used for hurdling different objects, boosting will allow you to reach further away surfaces and dashing will be used to destroy enemies, dodge objects and slip through small gaps in certain walls.
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2、<p>If you've played any of Rusty Lake's games you'll know that they're rather eccentric, but I can only imagine what a short film would be like.<p>This is really happening! A short Rusty Lake movie is coming... together with a new game! We will need your help to kickstart this project. More info soon! pic.twitter.com/jzy6R2fcyM— Rusty Lake (@rustylakecom) January 29, 2018 Announced on Twitter yesterday, Rusty Lake showed off a blurred-out screenplay and pre-call to action. Not only is there a short film in the works but also another game, and obviously those won't fund themselves. There's no news on when the Kickstarter will be just yet, but we'll keep you updated when we know more.</p><p>As for information on the film or game themselves we know absolutely nothing aside from the fact they've been in the works for six months. For me, personally, I hope the film keeps its ultra-creepy vibe and carries it over into whatever form it'll take. I'd be stoked if it was animated like the games, but that's generally more difficult and costly than hiring a team of actors so it's a bit of a stretch.</p><p>Given the content of some of the games, especially the most recent, Paradise, I hope the film'll be for an older audience so the team can take it as far as they want. This is assuming that the film'll follow in line with the games, of course. Recent horror flicks like It Follows show that you don't need much to provide a thrilling experience, so I'm very excited to hear more about it.</p><p>How do you feel about Rusty Lake's new projects? What sort of short film are you hoping it'll be? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
3、<p>InfiniteCorp is an upcoming decision-based card game set in a cyberpunk world where your choices will have an impact on the citizens of that world. It's expected to release for both iOS and Android on March 16th 2020.</p><p>InfiniteCorp takes place in an independent city-state called Babylon 6 that's been built in the middle of the ocean. Here genetic modifications and cybernetic implants are found in abundance and the majority of the population has never seen natural plants or animals. It's a dangerous place to live and you'll be tasked with trying to keep a balance between five different groups.</p><p>Those groups are the Elites, Citizens, Media, Security and the Criminal Overlords. Naturally, they'll all have their own motivations and opinions on the other groups. For instance, the Elites don't care about the lives of Babylon 6's lower-class populace, so if you make choices that benefit them, the upper echelons won't be particularly pleased.</p><p>To make all of these different decisions the game plays out in a similar fashion to something like Reigns. You'll swipe left or right to make your choice whenever you receive a request from someone from one of those groups where you'll have to deal with a variety of unpleasant issues such as corruption, terrorism or dishonest contractors.</p><p>These different scenarios are presented to the player through cards, with more different sets of them available in subsequent playthroughs. Similarly, there are also new character's to unlock that are earned by reaching certain milestones or through specific decisions. Once you've unlocked them they will be available forever.</p><p>InfiniteCorp will be available over on the App Store and Google Play when it is released on March 16th this year. It will be a premium game that costs $2.99 and you can pre-order it now on both storefronts if you'd like.</p>Reigns: Her Majesty review - A date with destiny