2、<p>Acram Digital's two digital board games are currently on sale on the App Store for £2.99 / $2.99. So if you've got a bit of spare money lying around, both of them are worth picking up. Especially if you're into trains or empires.</p><p>The first of the two games is Eight-Minute Empire. At review we gave it a Silver Award and called it "a bright and super smart board game adaptation that won't suck hours out of your day."</p><p>You can read the full review by clicking right here. And if the idea of a grand strategy game that fits into a handful of minutes is appealing, you can click here to grab the game from the App Store.</p>Police Station Cop Inc: Tycoon(Enough money)
4、Big Hero 6 Mod Город героев: Битва ботов [Мод: много денег] V2.7.0 Features:Much moneyGet ready for a real battle! Hiro, Baymax and other heroes of the cartoon peranesthesia cartoon directly on the screen of your smartphone or tablet. Use colored microbots to accumulate the attack and create a powerful combo! Develop and build microbots, with many details to deal with stronger opponents. Clear your palm from the infected robots.This game is the 8th part of the developer’s release. First, this Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was released on the PlayStation version. When it launched on PS2, PlayStation got many buyers. After the days, the publisher launches the game into Xbox, MAC, PC, and now mobile. So everyone can easy to play this action game on any platform.
3、<p>Tokyo-based developer Wizcorp has announced Striker Arena for iPad later this year.</p><p>It's a violent 3D football game set on a distant planet where ancient tribes (that look a lot like vikings) settle their differences with "Soccer of the Gods".</p><p>"Once every ten years, tribes gather in the Striker Arena tournament to battle each other under the authority of their Emperor. Each tribe enlists the bravest and fiercest of their kin to fight for glory," it reads on the Striker Arena website.</p><p>You'll be tasked with choosing a side to play or, um, fight for, and then have to try to "crush" your opponent to become the new Emperor.</p><p>I'm getting the vibe that this is more of a real-time sports game as opposed to a turn-based one like Blood Bowl. But I could be very wrong on that.</p>