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<p>It might seem like we're banging on about this a bit, but when you've got news as good as this, it's worth shouting to the rafters. Tonight is the night that we're going to launch our first TableTap Twitch stream.</p><p>We're going to be playing the Asmodee Digital-published Steam version of Scythe, which is set to hit PCs around the world later this year. There's a mobile version on the way too, so don't try and weasel out of watching by saying that there's nothing here for you.</p><p>Check out our round up of the best board games of 2017 by clicking right here</p><p>This is exciting for a number of reasons. Firstly, it's been a good long while since you got to see James Gilmour's lovely face on a Twitch stream. If that isn't reason enough to watch, I don't know what is.</p>
He preached pure maid and praised cold chastity.
Hanging her pale and pined cheek beside;The Thief and His Mother
<p>Tower Keepers is a deep and strategic free to play auto RPG by ninjakiwi that's heading to iOS and Android within the next two months.</p><p>If you've played Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes or Dungeon Boss, you pretty much know what to expect here. You'll build a squad of fantasy heroes, equip them with upgradable gear and skills, then throw them into battle against various nasties.</p><p>As you can expect, battles are automated but you can tap on a specific enemy to get your units to focus on it and choose when to use their soul skills. These are incredibly powerful abilities that can completely change the course of battle.</p><p>You can craft equipment and collect new active and passive skills as loot drops. All of these can be upgraded to increase your stats, which is also achieved by levelling up your heroes.</p><p>Heroes also have a star rating, which you can increase by collecting specific items as loot drops. This drastically improves your heroes' soul skills.</p><p>Aside from a lengthy story mode which currently includes six campaigns and 80 levels (each of which has three levels of difficulty), there's PvP and daily and monthly challenges.</p><p>The PvP involves building your own multi-levelled tower and equipping it with a bunch of different craftable defences, monster units, and heroes. An opponent player will then try to assault your tower and will earn rewards if they successfully take out your defences and reach the top of the tower.</p><p>Meanwhile, you and your heroes will earn rewards based on how successfully your tower defends against them. You can also raid enemy towers and earn rewards if you take out their defences.</p><p>Then there's the catacombs which provides a daily challenge, and the wizard's tower which provides a monthly one. The catacombs is a raid through a challenging dungeon which rewards you with loot if you manage to make it to the end.</p><p>Meanwhile, the wizard's tower is a lot more challenging and can only be completed once daily. Depending on how well you perform, you'll increase in rank and earn huge rewards at the end of the month when it resets.</p><p>Tower Keepers is free to play, so you can expect an energy system - though it's pretty innovative. You own a feast hall which constantly provides your heroes with food, which you expend when you enter a level.</p><p>You can upgrade this feast hall to produce and store more food, which allows you to achieve much more each day. However, if you don't have much time to play, you can spend all of your food in one fell swoop for massive rewards.</p><p>Tower Keepers is all set to launch within the next two months on iOS and Android, and will include 30 heroes to collect and send into battle and more to follow in later updates.</p>
But with the inundation of the eyes
Tearing of papers, breaking rings atwain,
'"Now all these hearts that do on mine depend,"Well, I had another errand, too--I wanted to take Mr. Howard back yander a mess of trout. He likes one occasional, and it's all I can do for a kindness he did me once. I stayed all the afternoon and talked to him. He likes to talk to me, though he's a highly eddicated man and I'm only an ignorant old sailor, because he's one of the folks that's GOT to talk or they're miserable, and he finds listeners scarce around here. The Glen folks fight shy of him because they think he's an infidel. He ain't that far gone exactly--few men is, I reckon--but he's what you might call a heretic. Heretics are wicked, but they're mighty int'resting. It's jest that they've got sorter lost looking for God, being under the impression that He's hard to find--which He ain't never. Most of 'em blunder to Him after awhile, I guess. I don't think listening to Mr. Howard's arguments is likely to do me much harm. Mind you, I believe what I was brought up to believe. It saves a vast of bother--and back of it all, God is good. The trouble with Mr. Howard is that he's a leetle TOO clever. He thinks that he's bound to live up to his cleverness, and that it's smarter to thrash out some new way of getting to heaven than to go by the old track the common, ignorant folks is travelling. But he'll get there sometime all right, and then he'll laugh at himself."
The Kid and the Wolf
<p>Since the dawn of Niantic's AR triumph Pokemon GO last summer, a list of GO-like titles haven't been far behind. Go Adventure is the latest contender, but this one's pushing the boat out in terms of content.</p><p>Go Adventure is a Geo-Location RPG where you've got to form a party consisting of yourself and your Datamon (virtual creatures), and create a custom player team if you don't want to play solo. Together with whatever's in your arsenal, you've got to capture territory and defend it from enemy players.</p><p>You can drop resource-gatherers on the map to reap in-game currency, battle other players (including AI), craft items from found material, interact with AI story characters, build/decorate your own base, level up your party, and more.</p><p>Obviously, its clearest difference is its aesthetic. Rather than taking on a more modern design, New Reality Games has decided to go with something more retro, taking inspiration from the classic Final Fantasy games. A virtual joystick has also been implemented so you can still patrol your territory if you're sitting in a cafe, though it's still better if you head on out and patrol the area yourself.</p><p>The game's currently in late development and has 11 days left on Kickstarter, so you can check that out right here if you fancy it.</p><p>What I'll be interested to see is how Niantic will respond to the game considering its dislike of Draconius GO a couple of months ago. Granted, Go Adventure has a heck of a lot more features built into the game, but with a 'GO' in the title and a 'mon' at the end of its beasties, only time will tell whether Niantic starts pointing the finger. </p>
March your way through evil lands, crush giant bosses and free the princess in the epic Idol role-playing game, Crush Them All.Tap with one finger, collect and upgrade hundreds of heroes, powerful artifacts even while taking breaks, and progress in this never-ending journey!