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<p>Ever since Nintendo's cardboard creation kit Labo first launched, we've been wondering how the company was going to support it – and now we know.</p><p>A third kit, known as the Vehicle Kit, is due to launch on September 14th and comes with a bunch of new things to make, including a car, submarine, and plane.</p><p>Rather than giving you a bunch of mini-games to play, this time around it looks like you'll have an open world to explore, with the ability to switch between your vehicles on the fly. Which is pretty damned cool, I must say.</p>Though Reason weep, and cry it is thy last.
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<p>There was much talk of what we call extreme UA on the site this week, particularly with the Superbowl looming large over the North American televisual landscape, and companies such as Supercell and uCool aiming to muscle in on the action with pricey advertising slots.</p><p>And, even with January drawing to a close, we've been looking forward to the rest of 2015 and what it may bring - whether that be in rise (or not) of the smartwatch, Microsoft's newly-announced HoloLens, or the emergence of a significant new market such as India.</p>Industry voicesFollowing Pocket Gamer Connects in London, we identified the top ten trends that emerged from the conference - from extreme UA to the importance of video ads.Our Indie Mavens weighed up the tough decision between Steam and mobile - which is the better platform for indies right now?We spoke to Indian developers participating in Game Hack, an initiative which is currently touring India to highlight its best game makers, about the future for the country's mobile game market.GoodGame Studios' Caglar Eger discusses how the German firm approached the Chinese market with Empire: Four Kingdoms.Kirk McKeand talked to Australian studio Loveshack about the making of its iOS hit Framed.As Pocket Gamer Connects Bangalore draws ever nearer, we spoke to Hashstash studio about its hopes for the Indian market.We covered the growth of Anita Sarkeesian-led, non-profit organisation Feminist Frequency in the wake of the #GamerGate movement. User acquisition, retention, and monetisationBrendan Lyall, CEO of GrowMobile, shared his thoughts on advertising mobile games during the Superbowl in a guest column.We took a look at the impressive performance of Terra Battle, a relatively niche Japanese RPG which has turned heads by hitting 1.5 million downloads.We explored how Apple's growing presence in China, noting that the wealth of Chinese iPhone owners makes them more likely to spend on IAPs.We continued our coverage of noteworthy games in soft launch by running down eleven of the best out there right now, from Spooky Pop to Godfinger 2We discussed the significance of Kabam rewarding its players with $0.14-worth of free content, as the firm begins "easing monetization requirements."A Fiksu report shows that the cost of acquiring loyal iOS users has risen 20% over the last year, reaching $2.10 per user in December.New NPD data emerged which shows that the average time spent playing mobile games is now over two hours a day.Superbowl advertising, that most extreme of extreme UA drives, continues to be a hot topic as Supercell and uCool line up their ads for viewers of Superbowl XLIX.The latest in a series of impressive numbers for Hipster Whale's Frogger update, Crossy Road reached 10 million downloads within only 20 days on Google Play.Despite revenue totalling 11 percent of EA's total game sales, EA Mobile saw sales fall 1% to $121 million in Q3 of FY2015.Best Fiends, the game that famously used PewDiePie as an outlet for creative marketing, now boasts a million daily active users.Kabam revealed that, despite its plans for 2014 to be a year of transformation to prepare for long-term growth, the firm's sales for last year were up to $400 million.Tools & platformsOur VR expert Spanner Spencer discussed Microsoft's recently revealed HoloLens, and questioned whether it could trump the VR competition.Guest author Oscar Clark has been watching the watchmen - will the smartwatch be the tech that defines 2015, or is now not the time?We covered the new data from DAU-UP, which suggests that Android's game ecosystem is now as profitable as iOS.After being notoriously anti-Let's Play, Nintendo has now developed a scheme which allows YouTuber and platform-holder to share ad revenue from videos.Unconsole Ouya got support for Unreal Engine 4.We covered a report by analytics firm Adjust, which predicts "the death of the App Store" in terms of organic discoverability.Funding, acquisitions, personnel and shutteringSocial mobile gaming group FunPlus has hired Greg Essien, formerly Apple's App Store Game ManagerSummoner's War is on its way to China, thanks to Baidu and 360.The rights to both Lumines and Meteos, two Mizuguchi-developed properties, have been acquired by Mobcast.Execution Labs has revealed five new studios from around the world have signed up for its accelerator program, covering Canada, Romania, and Slovenia.We covered the latest in a series of resignations at Rovio, this time from Jami Laes who's heading for something "interesting."17173.com, China's leading gaming website, is thought to have been acquired by Tencent for $1 billion.Sega Sammy could lose up to 300 jobs in a restructuring effort which prioritises mobile and online.And finally, we covered the unexpected news of Alibaba's $10 million investment in the ailing unconsole Ouya.Updated 27th October, 09:13 AM: Without too long of a wait you can now get The Lost Shield on iOS and bask in its nostalgic, retro glory.<p>Grab the game here on the App Store for £1.49/$1.99 and go make history with your magic balls...and then go save the world.The Lost Shield is the type of retro we've been missing. The Game Boy-style retro, before Game Boy Colour came out, this happy, little game looks like something plucked right out of the early 90s…and we love it.</p><p>This brick break/adventure game is one for the ages as you play as a hero on a deadly quest to return a magical shield back to where it belongs. Rescue followers as you traverse the perilous world and add them to your party. You must also pay close attention to your powerful balls, upgrading them when you get the opportunity to help you in the many battles you'll face.</p><p>With six arenas, 54 stages, 20+ enemy types, 20 achievements to unlocks, and six epic bosses to defeat, The Lost Shield tastes an awful lot like nostalgia. You can also unlock arcade mode and challenge other players from around the world with a clear 'my balls are bigger than your balls' taunt.The Lost Shield will be in our laps on the 27th October (I assume for iOS) and will be a mere £1.49/$1.99.</p>
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<p>In a case of cruel, cruel irony, it looks like someone has ripped off Silver Award-winning reverse-Mario Kill the Plumber.</p><p>Called Kill the Maliao, it's rather obviously stolen the sprites and even hand-drawn comic that appeared in Kill the Plumber.</p><p>Worse yet, it's been on the Amazon Appstore since before Kill the Plumber even launched, making it look like a more direct rip-off to the untrained eye.</p><p>It's yet another blow to the clever original, which is currently undergoing a massive redesign after being rejected from the App Store on copyright grounds.</p><p>It's not all bad news, however. Kill the Plumber has just launched on Steam Greenlight, and you can help it get on the service by voting for it.</p><p>We recommend that you do, as our reviewer called it an "inventive and satisfying reverse Mario."</p><p>And if you own an Android device and haven't played it yet, you can grab it from Google Play for £2.29 / $2.99.</p>
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<p>Ever wished you could spend those long train journeys making classic Mario levels instead of just envisioning them? Well, come December 2nd you'll be able to, as the hit Wii U game Super Mario Maker is getting shrunk onto 3DS.</p><p>Not that it's actually any less of a game - this is Super Mario Maker as you know it, just on a smaller screen. You'll still be dragging and dropping stuff around as you try and make the most fiendish Mario level ever.</p><p>As you can expect of a 3DS title, there's a greater focus on sharing levels locally, via a wireless connection. So if you like the idea of making your friends cry in frustration at the ridiculous number of Goombas chasing them, now's your chance.</p><p>Keep an eye out for Super Mario Maker on the 3DS, which launches on December 2nd - just in time for Christmas.</p><p>Be good and Santa Claus just might treat you.</p><p>Source: The Verge.</p>