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<p>Stronghold Kingdoms has been terrorising the PC market for five years already, but soon iOS and Android players will be able to get in on the free to play, empire assembling action too.</p><p>With cross play between those versions and the Mac edition, there's fun for all the MMOing family.</p><p>New players will get protection, so they're not slaughtered by the old heads, while developer Firefly Games is creating a new world so experienced players won't be able to use their existing empires.</p><p>There's also a completely redesigned UI and tutorial to ease in the newbies, which is nice.</p><p>You'll be able to build your new empire in worlds based on our actual, real-life, honest-to-god planet when the mobile versions launch in a few months. Whether or not it'll be enough to to drag you away from Clash of Clans - only time will tell.</p><p>Keep an eye on Pocket Gamer for news on a soft launch, coming soon.</p>Your enemies are therefore competitions you must laugh at. Earth is undergoing economic disasters, together with terrorists are cats who have assaulted the planet earth and established a ruling regimen. They occupy transport energy and all atomic power plants to give machines.
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<p>Asus didn't announce a VR headset as part of its Computex 2016 press event, but tucked away behind glass in Asus' demo area was a statement that Asus are stepping up to the mobile VR space: a headset with the name 'Asus VR' in it.</p><p>It's a big step for Asus, especially as they've previously said that they consider AR a bigger priority than VR. This means we're probably looking at quite an early concept of the VR headset which explains why information is so thin on the ground.</p><p>The lack of info is likely then, because it still needs to be finalised. I choose to believe it is, instead, because Asus want to keep us nervously checking RSS feeds for information at 2am when we should be sleeping.</p><p>So, what do we know? It has a touchpad with a few buttons on the side, something that'll feel familiar if you've taken a look at the Daydream-compatible ZTE VR. It's got some fancy leather straps on the side much like Asus's ZenWatch.</p><p>Speculation here would suggest we're looking at one of the first third-party Daydream headsets, potentially even a ZenVR, but that's just me spinning a narrative; hopefully Asus will officially announce it soon.</p>Sky Septima Mod Sky Septima v1.0 mod Features:Unlimited money, the game is available toll-free downloads, paid games to play for free.Through the clouds and asteroids, follow the Bard on his quest of fetching the Star in the name of love. Unleash the power of magical instruments, surf the beat and span across a little town, cloud kingdom and outer space (wow). But be prepared for the Three Kings guarding the path. Beat them with grace, style, and music !Match your actions with the music using one of the two input types designed for mouse and keyboard and for taps. Play on mobile or on your PC. Conquer the sky !Features:- 3 different zones with a unique style and boss fights.- Collect gems to buy new upgrades.- Use a selection of musical instruments to perform nifty moves.- Keep beats pumping consistently to raise your combo level and get benefits.- Available in English and Russian.<p>CDO Apps’ humorous memory-based puzzler Silly Memory has launched today for iOS and Android devices. It’s a smart, innovative play on the sort of memory games that continue to be highly popular on the App Store and Google Play.</p>