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Project Sekai Colorful Stage Feat Hatsune Miku(Mod Menu)<p>Some of us like to build things, while others delight in tearing them down. Wrecking Squad, the latest arcade hit from Big Blue Bubble, is sure to appeal to the latter, with some 250 levels of destructive delights. Your task is to guide your Wrecking Squad as they destroy everything in sight with a wide array of tools for the job while kicking out the evil Robo-Jerks roaming the city.</p>
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<p>London-based charity War Child is hosting a game jam to raise funds and it will see various big and small game studios participating.</p><p>The resulting games will be sold as a compilation called HELP: Real War is Not a Game on Steam and "other digital download platforms" (hopefully tablets) in March 2016.</p><p>Halo developer 343 Industries is involved, as well as Surgeon Simulator dev Bossa Studios, Worms developer Team 17, and Stealth Inc dev Curve Digital.</p><p>Other studios that have also been confirmed include A Brave Plan, Carbon Games, Creative Assembly, Hardlight, Hinterland, Spilt Milk Studios, Sports Interactive, and Torn Banner.</p><p>Plus, Unity, GameMaker, and Unreal are providing their engines free of cost to those participating in the game jam to use.</p><p>Other studios and companies are expected to be confirmed in the future.</p><p>The idea here originates from the compilation albums that were produced for charity in the past.</p><p>In fact, War Child's first "HELP" album was produced 20 years ago today. Artists included Oasis, Blur, The Stone Roses, Paul Weller, and Paul McCartney.</p><p>War Child hopes now that the game industry can also help to raise funds to help children caught up in warfare.</p><p>You can find out more about HELP: Real War Is Not A Game on its website (which is down at the time of writing).</p>Harm hatch, harm catch.
<p>Digimon ReArise is an upcoming RPG that will feature 5v5 battles throughout its expanding story, as well as against other Digimon Tamers across the globe. If a mix of solo and multiplayer modes, all taking place within the Digimon universe, is appealing to you then you can already pre-register it over on the App Store and Google Play Store.</p><p>The game's story will centre on the discovery of a new Digimon called Herissmon - who looks a little like a punk rock-loving porcupine - and a mysterious threat known as Spirals. You and your new partner will face off against this new threat alongside 'familiar faces'. That probably means you can expect Gabumon and Agumon to show up at some stage.</p><p>In future updates, a number of multiplayer modes will join the single-player. Players will also be able to fight with other Digimon Tamers against powerful enemies in a series of co-op focused Clash Battles. You'll be able to battle your team of Digimon against other Tamer's teams in the Battle Park, but this feature is currently looking unlikely to be available on the launch date.</p><p>If Digimon ReArise receives over 500k global pre-registrations then those who opt to pre-register will receive a special DigiEgg that will become a Pumpkinmon, a pumpkin-headed Digimon who has deemed it appropriate to lodge its own axe into its head for safekeeping. Global players will be able to Digivolve their new pumpkin-centric pal to Mega before the folks in Japan, where the game has been out for over a year.</p><p>ReArise is slated to be released later this year, with no official date announced yet. However, the App store and several other storefronts say it is expected on 21st October, which makes sense given the Halloween theme of the pre-register bonus. The game will be free to play with in-app purchases and you can pre-register on the App Store and Google Play.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.'So many have, that never touched his hand,
<p>Having taken off at around noon today in New Zealand, Flippfly's Race the Sun is currently en route to your local App Store.</p><p>Race the Sun has been around since August last year on PC, and October on PS Vita and the other less portable PlayStation consoles. We gave it a Bronze Award, praising its gameplay but complaining that there isn't enough of it.</p><p>Set in an abstract, minimalist world of gleaming, smooth-edged polygons, the game sees you piloting a solar-powered craft at breakneck speed towards the endlessly setting sun while avoiding waves of static and moving obstacles in numerous uncooperative patterns.</p><p>Pickups momentarily delay the sunset, but every run inevitably ends in darkness and failure. There are levels to work your way through, items to customise your ship with, and new worlds to unlock, but the most interesting thing about Race the Sun is its 24-hourly map changes, designed to prevent players learning worlds by heart.</p><p>The iOS version of Race the Sun is distinct from the others in that the map changes at a fixed time each day (midnight CST) but the Game Center leaderboards cover the last 24 hours, meaning that scores for old maps and new will sit alongside each other.</p><p>We'll let you know if we encounter any other major differences when we get our hands on it.</p>"Such beautiful ears, doctor, dear," interjected Susan with a relish.