<p>Solitaire is a classic cure for boredom and a proven time killer.</p><p>Pair Solitaire, a newly released iOS game, puts a twist on the classic card game by focusing it on matching pairs.</p><p>You can download it for free on the App Store.</p><p>"But don't let the simplicity deceive you," says the game's description. "Hiding underneath is a deep strategy to explore."</p><p>In addition to the main game, Pair Solitaire comes with a Daily Challenge mode.</p><p>The Daily Challenge gives players the chance to compete indirectly with others around the world for the best score, played on the same shuffled deck.</p><p>Pair Solitaire is free on the App Store, with a 69p / 99c option to remove ads.</p><p>An Android version is coming soon.</p>Showing fair nature is both kind and tame;Kitty Family Mod Kitty Family v2.0.0 mod Features:Use money without reducingKitty Family is an interesting and lovely game ! Merge your kitties to form a larger number and enjoy your happy kitty family.Ever wanted to own your kitty family ? Now we give you many kinds of cute kitties, you just need to merge the same kitties and discover a cuter one. It‘s a joyful game and completely free!-delicate interface,lovely cat images;-easy to play,tons of rewards;-challenge to merge and generate higher-level kittiesDownload NOW and Enjoy your time with these cute kitties!
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<p>We saw a lot of impressive features at Google's keynote earlier as they unveiled their anticipated smart phone, Pixel. Alongside the phone however Google also unveiled their virtual reality headset, Google Daydream.</p><p>The nicest feature of the headset is actually its design. I know that's judging a book by its cover but by working with clothing designers to get everything right to the smallest detail, Google has gotten a leg-up on its competitors with one very simple thing – Daydream is made out of fabric. Comfortable, stretchy, and wearable, the main body is made out of foam and soft fabric with a hinged section where you place your phone. It also comes in three colours: Slate, Snow, and Crimson – though the last two will be added at a later date.</p><p>The headset weighs in at just 200 grams, making it lighter than the Gear VR and no doubt easier to wear in the long run. Daydream currently only works with Pixel and Pixel XL phones, but it's supposed to hold any phone that can be supported in the platform as hinges slid out to accommodate different device thicknesses.</p><p>The Daydream also comes with a little controller that's simply designed but very clever. The controller has a home button, a clickable trackpad, a menu button, and has sensors inside the remote which can roughly tell which direction you're pointing, allowing you to get more from your VR experience.</p><p>We were also shown a snippet of what we can do with Daydream View, including a very exciting announcement regarding Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The app puts you in the shoes of a witch or wizard and lets you wave your wand and cast spells to your heart's desire. They also demoed how Google's Street View (or sheep view) worked and introduced us to YouTube's absolutely awesome 360–degree video tours. That liopleurodon would have sent me running, even in VR.</p><p>The headsets will launch on the 20th October for $79 in America, as well as Germany, the UK, Australia, and Canada in November.</p><p>Fictiorama Studios digital voyeur simulator Do Not Feed The Monkeys has made it's way onto the Google Play store and is available now. It was originally released on PC last September and we gave a few reasons why we thought it was worth your time back then.</p><p>In Do Not Feed The Monkeys you're hired by a mysterious organisation called the Primate Observation Club and you're job is to watch the subjects you're assigned. They're not simians as the name would suggest however, they're people.</p><p>Your task is to observe every facet of their lives by invading their privacy on an obscene level, watching them through cameras and rummaging through their personal files. You'll also have access to their social media accounts too so you can imagine there's a lot of potential darkness to uncover.</p><p> </p><p>The one thing you are explicitly told not to do is interact with these people. There will be moments throughout the story though where you can choose to ignore this instruction and it will affect the narrative accordingly. This means multiple endings to uncover which gives it a great deal of replay value if you want to see all of the different outcomes.</p><p>Seeing as the game is your character sat at a computer clicking their way through various camera feeds or documents it should translate quite well to a mobile device. You'll mostly be watching events unfurl and making choices so the focus is much more on narrative than gameplay.</p><p>If role-playing as a surveillance state has always been of interest to you then you can grab Do Not Feed The Monkeys on the Google Play store now. It's normally priced at £5.49 but is currently reduced to £3.79 to celebrate its mobile launch.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
His phoenix down began but to appear,<p>PQube has announced that it'll be publishing Arc System Works's anime fighting game BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend in Europe on PS Vita (as well as PS3, PS4, and Xbox One) later this year.</p><p>As the name suggests, Extend is an extended version of the Gold Award-winning BlazBlue: Chronophantasma.</p><p>It includes two new characters including newcomer Celica A. Mercury and fan favourite Lambda -No.11- to make a total of 28 playable characters. They two new additions get their own challenges in Challenge Mode too.</p><p>As well as featuring the original Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift stories, it also brings new scenarios for the girls in the game based on the events of Remix Heart.</p><p>The gameplay is also balanced according to the latest update to the arcade version of the game. You can find out more details on the game's wiki page.</p>
Have emptied all their fountains in my well,<p>[This story was originally published on our sister site PocketGamer.biz]</p><p>There is still time to grab a ticket to PG Connects Helsinki 2015 at Mid Term prices.</p><p>Why should you come? It's a fair question.</p><p>Perhaps the most straightforward answer is that PGC events have quickly established themselves as the mobile gaming conferences that no member of this industry should miss.</p><p>It's official, Hearthstone's next expansion pack will be called Whispers of the Old Gods, and we went to Blizzard's Californian headquarters to find out more.</p><p>True to the rumours, the old gods are coming to Hearthstone and will be bringing 134 new cards to the table, in addition to the launch of the game's new Standard and Wild variants.</p><p>For a variety of reasons, this is the most exciting expansion so far. For a start many of the old cards that fans of the game will be familiar with, are getting wiped away, like tears in the rain.</p><p>They'll still exist, safe for everyone to use in Wild mode, but in Standard mode you'll be playing with a reduced amount of cards, designed to counter the power creep that's currently afflicting Hearthstone.</p><p>But Blizzard has also removed some cards to remove their stranglehold on the meta.</p><p>It's a move that worked well for Wizards of the Coast's tabletop CCG Magic the Gathering, but Blizzard and their designers have managed to put their own spin on it.</p><p>The rotation will, unlike Magic, leave their classic set of cards intact, so players returning after a long time away will still have something to work with.</p><p>When the question of balance comes up, lead designer Ben Brode preaches caution - "The cost of nerfing a card is quite high for us, so we've been quite conservative with regards to nerfing."</p><p>"We still care about the balance in Wild," Brode says, "we're not just sweeping the cards we don't like under a rug."</p><p>But why focus this expansion on the Old Gods? The team liked the idea of working with a darker theme, especially creating "bizarro" versions of cards.</p>C'thun feel the noise<p>Playing with C'thun feels like a total game changer, and so that every player can have a crack at the big tentacley beastie, when you open your first pack of Whispers of the Old Gods cards you'll be guaranteed to receive a C'thun.</p><p>Soon you'll be able to pre-purchase a Whispers of the Old Gods bundle of 50 card packs for special one-time price of $49.99. This will also net you a card back with creepy animated eyes.</p><p>What about the three other old gods? There's similar support in the expansion, although this will be revealed more in the next few weeks.</p><p>C'Thun has the most support from other cards in the set but Blizzard is hoping you feel inspired to build a deck around each of the legendary gods.</p>Recipe for chaos<p>The final addition is the new tool - Deck Recipe. It's a much smarter version of the old deck helper for new players. Click on a recipe and if you have those cards it'll be built for you immediately.</p><p>If you don't have the card you'll be offered something that'll fit well - so if you're building a beast deck the game won't suggest you throw in a couple of Murloc cards.</p><p>If it can't work this out, it'll suggest the best card for you in a vacuum at the mana cost you need.</p><p>It's a small tweak, but a welcome one for anyone that's struggled through the deck helper utility.</p>Are you looking forward to playing the expansion? Let us know in the comments below.
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