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<p>Seoul-based solo developer Jaewoo Jeon will let us fart on people in September.</p><p>This is what you do in his upcoming iOS and Android arcade game Gassy Mob - fart on people and then run away, that is.</p><p>The idea is to run around to find and eat food to build up the gas contained inside your vivid blobby character. You steer them with a virtual left thumbstick and hit the right of the screen to unleash burps and farts.</p><p>The gas emits as a green cloud that will anger any of the innocent bystanders around you if they come into contact with it. Once angry, they'll become relentless in their pursuit of you.</p>
<p>Mangobile's Tactics Maiden seems to scratch the same itch that the studio's previous SRPG, Kingturn RPG Plus, did.</p><p>We called Kingturn "generic but accessible", and added that it won't make you care for your characters, but it might "scratch your SRPG itch".</p><p>Yep, the more I find out about Tactics Maiden, the more I'm convinced it will also fit that summary.</p><p>Mangobile calls it a fast-paced turn-based strategy RPG set in a medieval fantasy world. There's no mention of any story or anything to spice the game up a little.</p><p>Instead, Mangobile focuses on the intricacies of the game's battles, in which you aim to quite simply eliminate every enemy outpost.</p>
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In avoiding one evil, care must be taken not to fall into another.little creature was always so tired he fell asleep right off whenever he went to church or anywhere he could sit still for a few minutes. He'd been sleeping all through the meeting, and I was thankful to see the poor child getting a rest, believe ME. Well, when Fiske's voice went soaring skyward and the rest joined in, poor Ikey wakened with a start. He thought it was just an ordinary singing and that everybody ought to stand up, so he scrambled to his feet mighty quick, knowing he'd get a combing down from Maria Millison for sleeping in meeting. Fiske saw him, stopped and shouted, `Another soul saved! Glory Hallelujah!' And there was poor, frightened Ikey, only half awake and yawning, never thinking about his soul at all. Poor child, he never had time to think of anything but his tired, overworked little body.
<p>The specs for the ASUS ROG Phone II, the latest ultrapowerful Android gaming handset, were recently revealed, and, unsurprisingly, it’s an absolute beast of a phone, easily cementing itself as the current most powerful gaming handset around.</p><p>First off, the ROG Phone II is a clear step above its largest competitors, the Razer Phone 2 and the Black Shark 2. It’s powered by the latest mobile tech, including the all-new Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, and boasts a stunning, world’s first 6.59" 120Hz/1ms AMOLED display. The ROG II’s refresh rate is double that of your average smartphone, giving players of fast-paced multiplayer games a nice advantage.</p><p>For those looking for full immersion, you’ll be pleased to hear that the device makes use of dual surrounding vibration, upgraded AirTrigger II ultrasonic sensors, and high-quality front-facing stereo speakers to really throw you into the action.</p><p>The 6000mAh battery is an absolute behemoth, and the device’s 30W ROG HyperCharge power adapter allows for safe, ultrafast direct charging. And to ensure reliable performance, the ROG II is kept cool by a newly designed 3D vapour chamber.</p><p>Visually, it looks quite similar to the original ROG Phone, though the display is obviously a little larger. Other noticeable improvements include the three USB-C ports and 48MP camera – a sizable step above the original device’s 12MP camera.</p><p>Some of the new accessories on offer include the multi-configuration ROG Kunai Gamepad for a more console-like experience and the TwinView Dock II for easy dual-screen gaming.</p><p>ROG Phone II, much like its predecessor, sounds like both a top-of-the-line gaming phone and a fast, dependable smartphone. Couple that with a treasure trove of wonderful accessories and you’ve got yourself one of the most intriguing handsets on the market.</p><p>On pretty much every level, the ROG Phone II appears to have raised the bar for all Android gaming devices. The price and release date are yet to be announced, though the original ROG Phone cost £799 at launch and this is clearly a big step above that, likely meaning a higher price point.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
<p>Four new games have arrived on Apple's subscription service. You'll be able to enjoy Pac-Man Party Royale, Manifold Garden, Ballistic Baseball and Things That Go Bump as all four of them are available now for Apple Arcade.</p>Manifold Garden<p>Manifold Garden was a known entity for a release today but I'm more than happy to be talking about it again. It's a first-person exploration game with puzzles that you'll have to solve by manipulating the laws of gravity around you. It has a beautiful art style that sets it apart from the already varied roster of Apple Arcade. It's inspired by a Dutch artist called Escher. Look him up too when you get a chance, he's done some awesome prints.</p>
<p>After creating a stir online last week and after holding a Direct Mini where Dark Souls was revealed, Nintendo has surprised us yet again by announcing another Switch presentation - this time focusing more on children.</p><p>Though there's very little to go on, it was posted on Nintendo's official UK site today that there'll be new information about an exciting interactive experience.</p><p>We have no idea what this is or what it could be. It's aimed at kids (and kids at heart), so it shouldn't be too infantile. It's possible it could be Ubisoft-related after it was rumoured Ubi would have 'big Switch news' to share soon, but this is all speculation.</p><p>What do you guys think/hope it'll be? Let us know in the comments below.</p>Found yet moe letters sadly penned in blood,