<p>If you love environmental design like the first cold beer after a long week then you're most likely going to love Pavilion by Visiontrick Media.</p><p>There's no pampering and no babying in this game. Pavilion drops you right into a stunning world and through exploration, observation, and interaction you slowly start to decipher the gameplay mechanics and uncover what secrets lay in this magical world.</p><p>As a fourth-person adventure/puzzler, there's much more than what meets the eye. Not only do you have to pay attention to the physical mechanisms, but you've also got to pay attention to audio and light, as well as other elements to help affect the perception of your little man and influence his behaviour.</p><p>No, that wasn't an innuendo. In Pavilion you actually don't control the avatar, but rather act as the sheep dog and herd him to the places he needs to go.</p><p>For you lucky NVIDIA SHIELD users, the game is available today to download from the Google Play Store for $11.99. For the rest of us, there's hopefully not too long to wait before it hits PC, PlayStation 4, Humble Store, and PlayStation Vita.</p><p>Switch fans will finally be able to sink their claws into Legend of Kay Anniversary in portable form when the game launches on May 29.</p><p>The action-RPG follows Kay, a cat who seeks to reclaim his once-peaceful island from the gorillas who have invaded it and taken control.</p><p>The original Legend of Kay was released about 13 years ago, before eventually making its way to the DS in 2010, and was then remastered for modern consoles in 2015.</p>
2、Record of vitality beings<p>NetEase's Super Mecha Champions is a mecha-filled battle royale title that was crowned Google Play's Best Innovative Game of 2019 in Thailand and Indonesia. We covered its Frozen Raid season when it launched last month, focusing on its Snow Mode and exclusive winter-themed items.</p><p>Now, however, the game is soon set to move on to its Spring Festival, but before it does so, we'll be seeing a number of smaller updates that add interesting modes and features.</p>
3、<p>This isn't a game for everyone. Rayman was an hardcore platformer that is still unfair.</p><p>Its controls are more suited for controllers (and if you have one, please use it) but the touch controls work.</p><p>We wrote a review for Rayman Classic when it came back on iOS and we were quite pleased with the port. It's not a remake (but I had to make the pun) but an exact copy of the game you remember from the jaguar era.</p>
4、Truth and the Traveler
2、<p>It's time to get to know Daedalic's eccentric trash-dwelling loser Rufus. Yep, the studio has released its cartoon point-and-click adventure Deponia for iPad today.</p><p>Deponia has you helping out Rufus as he tries to escort a woman who fell from the sky city of Elysium above his rubbish heap back to her home.</p><p>Along the way you'll get in plenty of trouble as you nick items to solve puzzles and allow Rufus to indulge his own goofiness.</p><p>He's a guy with big dreams but a lack of know-how restricts him from achieving them. Therefore, Deponia is a comedy-of-errors, a guy trying his best and managing only to humiliate himself.</p>The Lion and the Dolphin
3、If that from him there may be aught applied"Do you blame me so very much?"