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This probably isn't what Samsung and Apple had in mind when they spent millions developing smartwatches, and wearable tech skeptics aren't going to be swayed by a 16-year-old handheld reborn on the wrist.But that hasn't stopped tech hacker Corbin Davenport from successfully running Game Boy Color games on his Samsung Gear Live.Handy stuffThe small screen games are actually pretty acceptable, given that they were never that big to begin with. Controls would be the natural sticking point, but Davenport even managed to hook up the emulator to his MOGA gamepad.This is the same guy who previously got Windows 95 running on his smartwatch, and also managed to sledgehammer Minecraft Pocket Edition into this small wrist space.As we discussed, it's unlikely you're going to shell out on a smartwatch for a Game Boy Color emulator here, but on a more positive note we're seeing the fledgling efforts of the Android Wear community delving into the new platform.And that's actually quite exciting, given the fast and fun progress they're clearly making. Imagine what the scene will look like in a year's time.
Sakura School Simulator is quite interesting in its storyline because it features so many gameplay options that you won’t know how to decide on a single one. There are two main options that users usually go with. The first is to enjoy the simulation game to make friends (or lovers) out of the users in the game and enjoy the fun school grounds. Here, you can chat, walk around, and do pretty much everything you would do in real life. The second option is to go on a wild rampage, kicking and fighting as you go by. However, don’t forget to stop by Yakuza’s office first, gather some kickass weapons, and finish what you started.
Onmyoji Arena has reached season nine already, and it's bringing with it some fresh content. The biggest addition is a new Shikigami and one that fans should be all too familiar with. Mt. Dream Hakuzosu which can morph into different things, has now entered the arena. With its original form as a white fox spirit, it is able to take many forms, giving it an array of attacks. One moment, it can be a human with its own set of attacks and the next it can be something much more sinister. By transforming into a Yukai, this makes Hakuzosu one of the trickiest characters to control in the game, but if used properly, it can be the most fun too. Coming with the new Shikigami are some new skins for some of the current characters in the game. The Enchantrees skins are available for Ubume, Vampira and Ittan-momen, three very popular characters in the Onmyoji universe. What are Enchantrees you ask? Well, they are Youkai, who punish sinners in Heian-ky? but it's only a legend, and no one is 100% sure if it's true or not, making the skins quite mysterious. Arguably the coolest addition to the update is a new mode called 'Mix-Up Fight in Hazama' which is a 5-on-5 single line combat mode. The mode limits certain features, making the experience a fast-paced one. For starters, the game randomly selects a Shikigami for you, so if you were too comfortable with one, you'll have to quickly adjust here. You also can't make purchases from the Base except for during the opening scene of the mode or when being resurrected. Lastly, the Base in Hazama does not restore health or mana so if that was your savior, then you're out of luck here. Fortunately, though, you will be given a variety of buffs in place of the health, and that should make combat more intense, fast and fun. Onmyoji Arena is available now for free on Google Play and the App Store. Love the art of strategy? then check out the top 25 strategy games for iPhone and iPad. MadOut Open City
The Shepherd's Boy and the WolfDead by Daylight Mobile's incoming Cursed Legacy chapter is set to introduce a new killer, The Oni, and a new survivor, Yui Kimura. The latest killers will arrive in-game next week as part of a sizeable content drop. The Oni is said to be cruel and insatiable, despite extensive training from him samurai father in the way of the warrior. He, however, lacks the code of honour his father aimed to pass down to him; instead, he was consumed by a need to kill and torture. And it just so turns out that he's quite good at both of those things, which ultimately drew the attention of The Entity. The latest survivor, Yui Kimura, was raised by her conservative father but ultimately rebelled and became one of Japan's most successful street racers. Unfortunately for her, she's now trapped in DBD's nightmare world, where she'll likely remain for the rest of her days.Full list of EVERY Killer and Survivor in Dead by Daylight MobileBeyond the extra characters, next week's update will also open up the "new and improved" Crotus Prenn Asylum, which is comprised of two maps: Father Campbell's Chapel and Disturbed Ward. Their lighting and textures have been reworked for mobile in order to improve the gameplay and player experience.Lastly, you'll soon be able to access the Summer Camp outfit collection, which includes new cosmetics for Dwight Fairfield, Meg Thomas, The Nurse, and The Trapper.Take some of the redeem codes for Dead By Daylight!Dead by Daylight Mobile has surpassed 8 million downloads since launching for iOS and Android back in April. If you're in the mood for an asymmetrical horror game, you'll find it available for download now as a free-to-play game from both the App Store and Google Play.On the hunt for some quality multiplayer games? Well, here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPad
Temple Jump sees you bouncing your way to safety in this pixelated action platforming adventure from Nexx Studio. It’s a struggle to stay alive when the floor is actual lava and the ruins are trying to send you to a fiery doom.The aim of the game is to hop from platform to platform collecting the shiny gems sprinkled throughout each of the 12 levels within challenge mode, though you may find a bonus game mode if you’re a particularly apt explorer. Temple Jump features easy-to-learn one-touch controls. Simply hold your finger down on the screen and release to jump.Your little jumper will have to dodge fireballs, navigate unsteady, falling platforms, and some nasty, spiky death traps. Once you master the temple’s 12 challenging levels, you can hop into the endless mode to really test your mettle. Along the way, you’ll uncover elusive golden wings with the power to transport you to alternative game modes. 33 quirky, unlockable characters add a little humour to your perilous journey.
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The Lion and the FoxA major sticking point with wearable technology is that it also needs to appeal to the fashion guru within us.No matter how functional that smartwatch might be, if it looks like a turd on a gold strap, we're not going to wear it.Merge Labs has arrived on the scene with a new smartphone face case virtual reality headset that, whether it's to everyone's taste or not, at least aims to make a fashion statement.No purple-headed warrior jokes, pleaseNot only does the 'marshmallow soft' Merge Goggles boast a very unique look, it also comes complete with a feature no other VR headset - whether dedicated or smartphone-driven - has yet included. A controller.This brand new head-mounted display (HMD), which just went on pre-order, is bundled with a Wii nunchuck-like, 9-axis, motion sensitive controller that promises to deliver a more ergonomic method of interacting with the world inside the headset.This Merge Grip controller will connect using Bluetooth LE, so if it's SDK is implemented properly by the devs, it'll connect automatically with your smartphone, no mess and no fuss.The Merge Goggles itself is being made from foam rubber, making it very light, and according to its creators, very durable and comfortable.Pre-orders are open at $99, with a launch date expected sometime within 2015.
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The rather interesting looking No Longer Home has reached its Kickstarter goal of £25,000 and will be getting a PC, Mac and Linux release. But the page also has stretch goals still to meet that'll bring the game to Switch and potentially mobile devices.
EightyEight Games has just revealed that its frenetic puzzle-RPG You Must Build A Boat will get an update this Thursday.In case you missed it, You Must Build A Boat is a surreal and fast-paced pixel-art game in which you have to repeatedly venture into dungeons and match themed tiles to kill various fantasy baddies, and to open boxes.With the loot you acquire you buy upgrades to your character and to the boat in which you and various other characters are travelling.EightyEight Games – which is probably best known for acclaimed PC and mobile puzzler 10000000 – tells us that You Must Build A Boat 1.2 will come with a new Daily Challenge mode, new skins, and Game Center achievements, among other things.Check out the screens for a sneak peak into the very near future.You Must Build A Boat is available now on the App Store [£2.29], Google Play [£1.99], and Steam [£3.99].You can own any of these animals for your benefit. Yes, you have read it very right; these animals will make your journey much more smooth, and enjoyable compared to all. Go for the trip and bring your animals like horses and money to enjoy this adventurous path.