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Bubble Joy Blast + Data Android

<p>Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is now available to download on NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV. The game centers on Handsome Jack who must lead a quartet of characters on a mission to regain control of Helios and destroy the Lost Legion.</p><p>Available on Android exclusively for SHIELD Android TV, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel features visuals and action that look and play great on the Tegra X1 powered platform. In this guide, we show you some valuable tips on quickly leveling up in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.</p><p>Warning: The following guide contains some spoilers.</p><p>Punch Above Your WeightYou can, if you wish, simply play the game and level up in the customary fashion of completing tasks, killing stuff, and so on. But that can be a bit tedious so there are a few specific ways you can get big XP relatively quickly.</p><p>The first general tip is to attack bad guys that are a higher experience level than you. Each victory against a higher level bad guy will garner significantly more XP than if you play it safe with the weaker characters.</p><p>Red Belly Boss TrickThis is a great way of gaining lots of experience quickly. Play through A New Direction until you get to the Red Belly Boss fight. During the fight make sure you keep your distance and hit him from a distance.</p><p>Red Belly is actually made up of two characters. Red is the head and Belly is the body. After attacking them for a while they will separate. At this point, concentrate on attacking Belly’s now exposed head.</p><p>The timing for this next part is crucial. When Belly is defeated Jack will message you and say “Who the hell were those weirdos?” As soon as he’s finished saying this, quickly hit pause then choose the option to save and quit.</p><p>From now on, when you continue the game from the main menu, you will restart at the same point during the boss battle and can finish off Red Belly over and over in order to gain loads of XP.</p><p>Turret TrickWhen you come to the Let’s Build a Robot Army level, you’ll get to a point where you are expected to let automated turrets kill the oncoming waves of Scavs for you. Instead, kill them yourself and you will soon receive a warning that you should let the turrets do the work.</p><p>Ignore it and keep gathering up as much ammo as you can and killing the Scavs before the turrets can. You won’t fail the mission for doing so and the mission doesn’t end until the turrets have killed 12 Scavs so just kill as many of the bad guys as you can for loads of XP before the turrets can reach their tally of kills....

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Justice League Action Run + Data Android

<p>Initially debuted at this morning's Switch presentation, ARMS gets a more in-depth exploration at this afternoon's Treehouse Live livestream and, jeez, it looks good.</p><p>ARMS is a PvP fighting game where you and your opponent have extendable arms. The game makes use of the Switch's Joy-Con motion-sensitive controllers in its actions, letting you tilt forward, back, and side-to-side to move. The 'L' and 'R' buttons are also comfortably located to be used naturally.</p><p>Punching in-game takes on more of a Wii approach as you punch by, well, punching - and twist to curve your punches. Punching with both hands at the same time lets you grab your foe and pull them toward you for a powerful attack.</p><p>Obviously, that's not all that the game offers. Aside from special attacks, combos, and different character abilities, you can also chose your gloves at the beginning of the match, mixing in a little bit of strategy with your casual fighting rules. That's a really nice touch.</p><p>ARMS is so far slated for launch in 'Spring 2017', most likely close to the Switch's release.</p>...

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Crush Into Ball + Data Android

<p>New Zealand-based studio Little Lost Fox revealed on Twitter earlier that their stunning mellow puzzler, Valleys Between, will be launching on mobile later this year and it's really something special. <p>Announcing Valleys Between - a game about creating life and balance in a forgotten world.Shape the land at your fingertips, discover relationships within nature and develop communities. Create a thriving, beautiful world and watch it grow.Coming to mobile mid-2018! pic.twitter.com/lcwOV4R4pJ— Valleys Between (@ValleysBetween) February 1, 2018 In Valleys Between you'll take hold of your own land, plant your seeds, grow them, protect them, and watch your land flourish and take shape. The power at your fingertips should help you better understand the relationship between us and nature in good and bad ways.</p><p>Though it's described as a puzzler, the main thing to look out for is balance. Every action you take has an equal and opposite reaction, so you've got to think carefully to regain your balance after each move. It doesn't seem like it'll be palm-sweatingly challenging however as it's a relaxing game you can dip into for shorter play sessions.</p><p>In an interview on VentureBeat, Little Lost Fox producer/game designer Niamh Fitzgerald said, "The idea is you want to grow your world as big as you can. The world moves as you do things to create new spaces that you can interact with. The player can pull up or pull down on the land to create certain interactions, or to create certain relationships, and the idea is you want to continue growing your world as big as you can while managing some of these extra challenges that pop up."</p><p>While there's not a whole lot of information or imagery about the game just yet, it's really excited me to think about how it'll play. I love relaxing games but always tend to lose concentration or drive in them, so I'm hoping this'll run along the same thread as Monument Valley - fluid, unapologetic, beautiful, thoughtful, the right kind of challenging, you know the sort.</p><p>So far the industry response is extremely positive so this is undoubtedly one to watch.</p>...

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Hidden Objects - Dark City: London + Data Android

<p>Ludosity has made quite a name for itself after the release of great games like Ittle Dew or Card City Night so we're quite excited that they've chosen to sneakily release the old-fashioned roguelike randomhack late last week on Android. From its art style to the basic nature of the gameplay, you can see that this is meant to be a love letter to the good old roguelike of yore:</p>...

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