<p>Sometimes seeing classics on mobile is a joyous occasion - other times, maybe not, but you have to make your own mind up as Mega Man 1 - 6 hits iOS and Android.</p>
1、Battle Heroes - Survival in WW2 Mod Battle Heroes - Survival in WW2 Mod v1.0.3 (Mod) Features:ModUnlimited ammunition, grenades, medical kitsThe single-player campaign is full of epic moments, story cutscenes and heroic deeds. Become a brave soldier, from D-Day in Normandy, through the Battle of Bulge in Ardennes, and finally to Berlin. Experience the Eastern Front on the skin of Soviet soldiers, which will have to endure the Battle of Stalingrad and fight in Eastern Europe.Game features:* Single player World War II FPS* Simple and intuitive but fully customizable controls*The story of the heroes of World War II*Hero, epic, tragedy or just a funny story cutscenes* Boss fights - encounter dangerous and unique enemies and fight them!* epic polygon graphics* Lots of weapons, consumables, grenades and other equipment
2、The Kingdom of the LionBrothers War Shining AzureWhen he most burned in heart-wished luxury,
3、<p>Forza Street is a fast-paced arcade racer that's headed to iOS and Android on May 5th. It seems fine; flashy and polished, but perhaps unlikely to win over fans of the Horizon or Motorsport games. Really, though, it might not need to, as there's clearly already a sizable enough player base of racing enthusiasts on mobile.</p><p>Racing through neon-lit streets at breakneck speeds will basically always be a thrill I'm happy to experience, but the problem is more with keeping me around once that initial kick wears off.<p>Forza Street lets you compete in adrenaline-filled street racing anywhere you go. Keep an eye out for Android and iOS releases on May 5! ????????? #InsideXboxhttps://t.co/DuOgXGzy9r pic.twitter.com/MBPnvmSdNM— Xbox (@Xbox) April 7, 2020Longevity seems to be especially tricky when it comes to free-to-play racers, as their sense of progression is largely reliant on you being interested in receiving endless unlocks and rewards.</p><p>Personally, I get more fun out of feeling my skills improve rather than seeing stagnant gameplay masked by endless unlocks. Even in arcade racers, there needs to be a significant opportunity to hone your driving skills – a feat that the Horizon games regularly nail.</p><p>You can expect a roster of iconic cars to collect and upgrade as you go, ranging from muscle cars to modern supercars and beyond. Much like the Motorsport and Horizon games, there is a large focus on attention to detail when it comes to recreating these vehicles.</p>
4、Update on July 8 at 15:30: Nintendo of America confirmed that it will also host a sale on its eShop starting on June 14 and ending on June 21. No lists of titles were provided but I'm willing to guess that it's going to be quite similar to the European one listed below.<p>Nintendo's celebrating the eShop's fifth birthday in style with plenty of big titles having their prices slashed for the occasion. Of particular interest to us, you'll find the following 3DS titles on sale:</p><p>If you love retro games you'll be able to grab:</p><p>- Kirby's Adventure for £2.69 (was £5.39);- Kirby's Dream Land for £1.79 (was £3.59);- Super Mario Bros. for £2.19 (was £4.49);- Super Mario Bros. 2 for £2.19 (was £4.49);- Super Mario Bros. 3 for £1.69 (was £3.49);- Super Mario Land for £1.79 (was £3.59);- Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins for £1.79 (was £3.59);- The Legend of Zelda for £2.19 (was £4.49);- The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX for £2.69 (was £5.39);- The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages for £2.69 (was £5.39);- The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons for £2.69 (was £5.39).</p><p>If you're more into Pokémon, there's also a nice selection of titles for you:</p><p>- Pokédex 3D Pro for £6.69 (was £13.49);- Pokémon Link: Battle! for £3.59 (was £7.19);- Pokémon Trading Card Game for £2.19 (was £4.49).</p><p>If you're looking for some great new IPs or amazing titles for your 3DS, Nintendo put these incredible titles on sale:</p><p>- Dillon's Rolling Western for £4.49 (was £8.99);- Gunman Clive for £0.99 (was £1.99);- Pullblox for £2.69 (was £5.39);- Shin Megami Tensei IV for £8.99 (was £17.99);- SteamWorld Dig for £3.49 (was £7.99);- Zen Pinball 3D for £1.79 (was £4.49).</p><p>You can find even more titles on Nintendo's list here. Do note that this sale starts June 9 and ends on June 23rd.</p>
1、Choice of the Deathless Mod Choice of the Deathless Mod v1.3.1 (Unlocked) Features:UnlockedBattle demons and undead attorneys, and win souls to pay back your student loans! At the elite demonic-law firm of Varkath Nebuchadnezzar Stone, you'll depose a fallen god, find romance, and maybe even make partner, if you don't lose your own soul first."Choice of the Deathless" is a necromantic legal thriller by Max Gladstone, Campbell Award-nominated author of "Three Parts Dead" and "Two Serpents Rise." The game is entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and powered by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.• Explore a fantasy realm with a rich and evolving backstory, based on the novels published by Tor Books.• Play as male or female, gay or straight, dead or alive (or both).• Build your career on carefully reasoned contracts, or party all night with the skeletal partners at your firm.• Navigate intrigue and mystery in a world of scheming magicians and devious monsters.• Look for love in at least some of the right places.• Balance student loans, sleep, daily commute, rent payments, and demonic litigation—hey, nobody said being a wizard was always fun.Note: You can play the first part of the game for free. (Beware, it ends on a cliffhanger!) You can purchase the rest of the game inside the app; purchasing the rest of the game will also turn off in-game advertisements.