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<p>Orc Heist is a simple, reflex-based stealth game from indie developer Puditobi. It's like the vault heist scene in De Palma's Mission Impossible, except imagine Cruise is being lowered down towards the mouth of a giant, snoozing orc. And while that premise may sound somewhat terrifying, know that Orc Heist is anything but.</p><p>Up-and-coming pirate Marie has gone and dozed off on a desert island, not realising its inhabitants – a band of orcs – have their eyes on her treasure. With Marie's hard-earned booty now gone, she heads out to find the orc camp and stealthily retrieve what's hers. Little does she know, these orcs have an alarming tendency to store their plunder in chests and hide them inside their mouths.</p><p>Lowering your pet down towards the orc is risky business, with the chances of them waking up at a moment's notice being sky-high. A little indicator will pop up whenever an orc has been disturbed, which is your cue to stop moving.</p><p>Complicating matters is the fact that chests are all weighted differently, with some taking much longer to get away with. It's usually best to take your time when carrying them off, but being overly cautious can result in you running out of energy and tumbling down towards your new orc buddy.</p><p>New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe is by far the biggest Switch release of the week, and with good reason - it's actually a pretty enjoyable game. But don't discount Tales of Vesperia Deluxe Edition, Bury me, my Love, and the wealth of other games out for Nintendo's system this week.</p><p>Indeed, it's that time of the week where we look at what's coming out on Switch, sifting through the masses of games to find the true gems that need your attention - or your downloads, at least.</p><p>We'll cover as much as we can, but this is by no means a comprehensive list. Instead, we want to pick out games we know you'll love, or at least the ones that are big and important, alongside a few of the smaller games you may not have seen yet.</p><p>And we'll try to hit as many genres as we can, so there should be something here for everyone. But don't get mad if there's nothing you like! We are at the whims of the publishers and developers just like you.</p><p>So, grab yourself a cuppa, get your Switch, and let's dig in and see what new games you can get for yourself this week. You never know, your next favourite game of all time may be hiding amongst our list. And be sure to comment if you find something which you do decide to pick up - we'd love to hear what's taken your fancy this week!New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe</p><p>Price: £49.99/$59.99</p><p>Official description: "Run, leap and stomp your way through more than 160 2D side-scrolling courses in traditional Super Mario style with New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe for Nintendo Switch! Up to four players can work together to grab coins and topple enemies on their way to the Goal Pole, or see who can nab the most gold in frantic, friendly – and above all, fun – competition!"</p>Angry Birds POP Bubble Shooter Mod Angry Birds POP Bubble Shooter v3.101.0 mod Features:Unlocking the rewards for each achievement are hundreds of times before! You can get an unlimited gold coin, unlimited booth ~!Let the bubbles fly in a charming bubble shooter downloaded by more than 45 MILLION players! Match and pop colorful bubbles in over 2000 captivating levels, and participate in special events to earn awesome rewards! Join Stella, Red, Chuck, Bomb, and the rest of the Angry Birds flock in a bubble shooting adventure bursting with a nearly endless supply of challenges! Grab your trusty slingshot and shoot those bubbles to drop the pigs and rescue the impossibly adorable Hatchlings. With special guests and events popping up all the time, there's always a fun new challenge to take on. Of course accomplishments come with their fare share of rewards! FEATURES– Super easy to pick up and play. – Levels for days! Play over 2000 levels with more added every week.– Regular updates with fun seasonal themes, special guests, and more.– Watch out for limited-time events and sales!– Beautiful graphics and animations. Everything is bursting with color!– Pull off popping streaks to load your slingshot with an extra powerful bubble!– Complete daily challenges for special bonuses.– Connect to Facebook to challenge friends and send gifts.
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<p>HTC had quite an MWC this year with two big reveals.</p><p>First off is the expected first look at the HTC One M9 smartphone. It'll be heading to Taiwan and Europe in mid-March. The US will get it by the end of the month.</p><p>There are no pricing details yet, unfortunately.</p><p>The M9 is powered by a 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor. It has 3GB of RAM, comes with 32GB of internal storage, and has improved Wi-Fi over the M8 due to supporting Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.1.</p><p>The UltraPixel camera that was on the back of the HTC One M8, it has now gone. Instead, there's a dual 4MP UltraPixel camera on the front.</p><p>The M9 runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop as expected. It also has its own Sense 7.0 UI interface over the top.</p>VR Revival<p>HTC's other big announcement at MWC is the HTC Re Vive for PC. While this doesn't pertain to mobile gaming as such, it's still big news for one of its prominent hardware companies.</p><p>That's on account of HTC's entry into virtual reality headsets is powered by SteamVR. Yep, this is Valve's VR headset as well.</p><p>It has a 1200x1080 pixel screen for each eye and runs at 90 frames per second.</p><p>Companies working on games for the Re Vive include Cloudhead Games with The Gallery, Owlchemy Labs with Job Simulator, Dovetail Games, and The Room creator Fireproof Games.</p><p>You can find out more about the HTC Re Vive on its website.</p>TechRadar
Knew vows were ever brokers to defiling;<p>Last month, Puzzle & Dragons saw the return of its Evangelion collaboration. Today marks the arrival of another former crossover with the Persona series. This event is set to run from today until 20th September allowing players to recruit characters from the series and battle in three limited-time dungeons.</p><p>Four characters from across the Persona series have been added to the Persona Egg Machine this time around with players able to net themselves the likes of Kotone Shiomi, Tohru Adachi, Kasumi Yoshizawa, and Futaba Sakura.</p><p>Meanwhile, various returning characters will receive new Reincarnation and Assist Evolutions. In addition, the Monster Exchange gets Makoto and Kotone's headphones as new Assist characters whilst Morgana will also be returning to if you didn't manage to get him the first time.</p>The Last Campfire review - "A beautiful journey"<p>The first of the three limited-time dungeons, called Persona Mementos, will have five difficulty levels for players to battle their way through and will contain enemies that have a chance of dropping Skill Cards.</p><p>Elsewhere, the Persona Challenge! dungeon will reward players with an extra pull from the Persona Memorial Egg Machine. The third and final dungeon will be a multiplayer affair, allowing players to team up with their pals to clear the enemies.</p><p>As is often the case with these collaborative events, players will be given one free pull from the Egg Machine whilst there will be a variety of bundles on offer too if you're happy to spend some real cash. These range in price from $0.99 to $19.99 offering various different items and pulls from the Egg Machine including guaranteed 6-Star characters.</p><p>Puzzle & Dragons is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Searching for some top-tier puzzle games? Here are 25 of the very best for iPhone and iPad
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