<p>Since its launch on the app stores in 2016, Lords Mobile has achieved an almost unprecedented level of success, receiving over 250 million downloads worldwide and featuring on almost every "highest grossing..." App Annie report since.</p><p>It might not come as a huge surprise then that the game will soon be making its PC debut, with its multiplayer strategy gameplay makes it a natural fit for the platform.</p><p>For those who still haven't tried the game, Lords Mobile is an epic real-time strategy MMO with base building and siege wars at the heart of its gameplay. You'll need to recruit and train units as well as build up your empire through a mix of conquest and diplomacy. There are a few RPG elements thrown in for good measure too such as the option to take your hero units on side quests to gather loot and upgrade their stats.</p><p>IGG's announcement also comes with the news that the PC version will be cross-platform, allowing both PC and mobile players to face-off against each other.</p><p>If you'd like to give it a try for yourself then be sure to add it to your wish list on Steam.</p>
"Well, James Matthew is a name that will wear well and not fade in the washing," said Miss Cornelia. "I'm glad you didn't load him down with some highfalutin, romantic name that he'd be ashamed of when he gets to be a grandfather. Mrs. William Drew at the Glen has called her baby Bertie Shakespeare. Quite a combination, isn't it? And I'm glad you haven't had much trouble picking on a name. Some folks have an awful time. When the Stanley Flaggs' first boy was born there was so much rivalry as to who the child should be named for that the poor little soul had to go for two years without a name. Then a brother came along and there it was--`Big Baby' and `Little Baby.' Finally they called Big Baby Peter and Little Baby Isaac, after the two grandfathers, and had them both christened together. And each tried to see if it couldn't howl the other down. You know that Highland Scotch family of MacNabs back of the Glen? They've got twelve boys and the oldest and the youngest are both called Neil--Big Neil and Little Neil in the same family. Well, I s'pose they ran out of names."
Consents bewitched, ere he desire, have granted,<p>Jenny LeClue, an upcoming adventure game starring the crafty title character, has a playable teaser available now on the App Store.</p><p>The game was Kickstarted last year and will be coming to iOS as well as PC, Mac, and Linux.</p><p>It'll be an episodic adventure game with platforming elements, excellent graphics, and a fully voice-acted cast.</p><p>We don't know a whole lot about it yet, but you can get a pretty good preview of what to expect from this free demo.</p><p>It's called The Journal of Professor Zazer and is described as a "mini adventure" set inside the world of Jenny LeClue.</p><p>Grab it on the App Store now.</p>O cleft effect! cold modesty, hot wrath,
<p>I must admit if there's a game that can make me laugh just from the concept of it, it's probably going to be a winner, at least for me. That's why I couldn't pass up the opportunity to share the news about Vile Monarch's imminent remake of Oh…Sir! for mobile and PC.</p><p>From the brilliant minds who brought us Crush Your Enemies, Oh…Sir! is an insult simulator that clearly takes huge inspiration by British legends, Monty Python. Though it's already been released on Mac, Linux, Windows, iOS, and Android, it's coming back with bells on later this summer as an improved-upon follow-up full of extra larks and hilarity.</p><p>What's more, on top of the single-player campaign, it will be setting up cross-platform multiplayer between mobile and PC, as well as bringing us improved voice acting, and a load more insults to throw about.</p><p>We'll keep you updated when new information is available. Until then read more about the remake here or check out the original game on the App Store now.</p>
Brawls of Steel Mod Brawls of Steel v1.6.0 mod Features:A lot of money.Unique and realtime multiplayer action guaranteed! Fight for survival!Features:⚔ Instant Battle Royale experience: press Play and fight!⚔ Realtime multiplayer action against other online players!⚔ Collect and upgrade your favourite brawlers!⚔ Enjoy free rewards every day in shop!Update on June 20th at 10:03: Hero Siege: Pocket Edition is now also out on iOS. Let's hope this one will stay updated and won't be removed from now on.<p>Hero Siege has quite the weird history on mobile. It was released a long time ago, in 2013 but was then taken down on iOS when the iPhone 6 and 6S came. It was subsequently brought back but not long before it was taken down again.</p><p>While it's not back yet on iOS, the app is back on Android and has changed. It contains a lot of the patches that made it to PC and some of the DLCs are already included. This should fix the balance problems and general boredom that we felt during our original review.</p>
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