2、Final Destiny - Beyond the End of the World(Unlimited Money)<p>Star Harvest is an arcade action game set around dying stars, as you instigate supernovas and battle enemy ships, available now on iPad and iPhone.
3、<p>Simogo is known for setting a new bar in games on iOS. Whether it's rhythm-based experiences or strange game books, Simogo has been on a roll and hasn't stopped giving us amazing games.</p><p>But some of Simogo's ideas didn't end up as games and today, it showed Rollovski, a 3DS game that never got completed.</p><p>Using the circle pad, you moved a round character in different surfaces that would be in the background and foreground thanks to the 3DS' 3D capabilities. It was even going to be set in the same universe as Beat Sneak Bandit.</p><p>Sadly, it didn't pan out but you can play a PC and Mac prototype (created in two weeks) today using an Xbox 360 controller.</p><p>If you want to, you can even check out some really cool 3D sceenshots at the link.</p><p>Download it here and let us know if you try it.</p>Harm have I done to them, but ne'er was harmed;
1、<p>Dino Squad is a multiplayer third-person shooter with a killer premise: dinosaurs with guns. This especially action-packed vision of the land before time hails from War Robots developer Pixonic, and it's finally launched today for iOS and Android.</p><p>There are 17 dinos to play as, upgrade, and master. Given their variation in size and strength, it makes sense that they each offer their own combat styles, perks, and weaponry. You might expect that the mighty T-Rex would be the go-to choice every time, but Dino Squad has been balanced to allow, for example, the humble velociraptor to take down even the biggest, most brutish crustaceous kings and queens.</p><p>At your disposal are rail guns, rocket launchers, mini-guns, and much more. Being a dinosaur, I would have to imagine that you'll be throwing around the odd tail-whip and occasionally chomping down on your opponents with those nasty gnashers.</p><p>Progression is built around unlocking new customisation and upgrade options. Any progress you might have made during the earlier betas will still be there in today's full release, assuming you log in with the same Google Play or App Store account.</p><p>There's an element of strategy to matches here, with you having to know when to play defensively or go in for a full-on assault. There are also various environmental hazards to use to your advantage, including scorching lava pits and wild rivers.<p>What's new in update 0.5!GP: https://t.co/L7PzwEnM7LiOS: https://t.co/a7eDLTMtk3 pic.twitter.com/jxCoioFWxo— Dino Squad (@PlayDinoSquad) April 20, 2020Dave put out his preview earlier this month, praising the game's wonderful premise and enjoyable action. He did, however, have some concerns about its longevity, citing its gacha system as a potential problem.</p><p>If you're up for something properly goofy – but hopefully equally as fun – you'll find Dino Squad available as a free-to-play title from over on the App Store and Google Play. For those who've already given it a shot, a sizable update has arrived just in time for launch. Check out the tweet embedded above for more info.</p>Searching for quality multiplayer games to try with friends? Here are 25 of the best for iPhone & iPad
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3、Updated 23rd November, 09:00: This is just a minor tweak but Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions' device-specific iPad version has also dropped overnight to £2.99/$3.99.<p>Take a look at the game on the App Store here.</p><p>Now for the biggest deal of the day – Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions. I know, it's a blast from the past but since it's just slashed its price to £2.99, I reckon it's worth a look.</p><p>Originally released for the PSP back in 2007, this instalment in the Final Fantasy series is the second based in the world of Ivalice. As a turn-based tactical RPG, you command individual pieces like those in a board game and explore a rich storyline branching off of the original storyline from Final Fantasy Tactics.</p><p>After its release on iOS in 2011 it received an overall positive response, averaging around four stars. What makes this such a great deal is that the price sat originally at £10.49/$13.99. Whatever way you look at it, that's a pretty good offer.</p><p>My only warning will be that considering Apple's most recent policy on updated games and the like, Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions hasn't really been update for a few years. However as it does come from such a huge publisher I reckon it'll be fine.</p><p>Grab the game on the App Store here for £2.99/$3.99 while you can.</p>Till now did ne'er invite nor never woo.