<p>Flavourworks is bringing its FMV thriller Erica to iOS devices this Friday, almost a year and a half after its original release on PlayStation 4.</p><p>It’s an interactive fiction-type game where you guide a young woman named Erica, played by television actress Holly Earl, as she tries to unravel parts of her family’s troubling past. As with most games of this type, you’ll have to make choices at critical junctions in the story which will ultimately affect the outcome of the game.</p>
1、"No. Somehow I have never remembered to ask about her. But I've never seen her anywhere, so I suppose she must have been a stranger. Oh, the sun has just vanished--and there's the light."The Kingdom of the Lion
2、Anne choked, unable to answer. Gilbert waited for her at the fir-tree gate, while she went over the house and said farewell to every room. She was going away; but the old house would still be there, looking seaward through its quaint windows. The autumn winds would blow around it mournfully, and the gray rain would beat upon it and the white mists would come in from the sea to enfold it; and the moonlight would fall over it and light up the old paths where the schoolmaster and his bride had walked. There on that old harbor shore the charm of story would linger; the wind would still whistle alluringly over the silver sand-dunes; the waves would still call from the red rock-coves.Legend of Mana(Mod Menu)
4、One October morning Anne wakened to the realisation that she had slept for the last time under the roof of her little house. The day was too busy to indulge regret and when evening came the house was stripped and bare. Anne and Gilbert were alone in it to say farewell. Leslie and Susan and Little Jem had gone to the Glen with the last load of furniture. The sunset light streamed in through the curtainless windows.<p>It's been an agonising wait with Dark Souls only a month away from being portable (and pausable), but SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption has certainly given us something else to look forward to this year.</p><p>
1、<p>We already knew that Portal Pinball would be hitting Zen Pinball 2 and Pinball FX on May 25th. What we didn't know is how it would look. But that has now changed.</p><p>Yep, Zen Studios has now released a trailer for Portal Pinball, which you can watch below.</p><p>As you'll see, it involves guiding Chell and Wheatley through test chambers by navigating portals, using aerial faith plates, and defeating turrets.</p><p>You'll even have to go up against GLaDOS by shooting the pinball around the table.
2、And credent soul to that strong-bonded oath,<p>Turbo Tape Games has admitted that it was "incredibly wrong" in regards to the in-app purchase system in Warhammer: Arcane Magic.</p><p>In the game, players guide a party of wizards across hazardous lands fighting monsters from Warhammer's universe. Battles are frequent and are designed to be tough.</p><p>However, if players are struggling, they can heal their wizards by using a Warpstone. If they ran out of Warpstones then they can buy more using the gold they earn in the game. And if they have no gold they can purchase it with real money.</p><p>The Warpstone was cheap to buy at 25 of them for 500 gold. However, spending the gold like this meant players weren't able to buy the spells that Turbo Tape intended for them to get.</p><p>"When people started making unproportioned purchases of Warpstone for earned gold, they also suffered double from not being able to buy spells," explains Turbo Tape, "which then made the situation take a turn for the worse, since new spells were intended to ease the increasing difficulty.</p><p>"This started a vicious cycle that led to more death, the need for more Warpstone, running out of gold -- in effect hitting a completely unintended paywall."</p><p>As players found what they perceived to be a paywall in a game that they had already paid £7.99 / $9.99 for upfront there was a lot of backlash.</p>
3、Endless is an upcoming exploration game based on the Yunnan national culture, and it's soft launching on iOS in select countries next week.<p>As a mixture of action and puzzle, Endless is a difficult one to judge from the limited footage available. However it has the potential to be a beautiful addition to one's mobile game library, especially for those who enjoy exploration.</p><p>Overlooking the fact it has an adorable shiba inu in it, Endless is a beautiful game that's packed full of content and which celebrates an almost classic art style. The side-scrolling, 2D set up reminds me an awful lot of early-90s platformers for some reason.</p><p>After its release in China this past October it quickly got featured in the 'Best New Games We Love' and listed in the 'Best Chinese Indie Game' section.</p><p>Endless will be soft-launching on December 6th in North America, Asia, and Africa, with more countries hopefully to follow.</p>