1、Whose bare out-bragged the web it seemed to wear:"You'll see a hundred," said Marshall Elliott.
2、Update on March 9th at 13:25: Pixel Plex is now available for free on iOS. Let's see what it's worth shall we?<p>I know, I know, you pretty cautious about any city builder on mobile now. They're often riddled with pay-to-win elements, filled with timers and quite a chore to play. We've all been there and there are only a few premium city builders (and even less now with iOS 11).</p><p>Enter Pixel Plex, while being free-to-play, it does things differently enough to warrant a cautious look. The main draw here is that the game's focus is on cooperation not competition and that should reduce the effectiveness of iAPs. Furthermore, there are plenty of neat features, here's what the developers had to say about it on Reddit:</p>"In Pixel Plex you are given a block in a city with up to 40 other players.Players are all working together to build giant city projects that will effect all players. Players vote on which project they want to build in their town by donating money to the corresponding project.Players also can trade resources with each other on a city wide market.When you build next to someone, you can hire residents of their block to work in your block. Similarly, players can hire residents from your block, giving you money. Your buildings affect your neighbors, so choosing the right building will help you get ahead.Want to run for mayor of your city? Elections happen every two days. As mayor, you can set certain policies for the city. For example, you could reduce the cost of city projects, or you could line your pockets by increasing the amount of money you get as mayor."<p>This is also a game that looks quite good in motion so color me intrigued even if I'm expecting the game to disappoint somehow.</p><p>You'll be able to try Pixel Plex this Friday and you can register on the main website to get $3 of in game currency for free.</p>Frenzy Production Manager(Mod)
3、<p>As CCGs go I admit I've been looking forward to South Park: Phone Destroyer since it was announced at E3. Today we're a step closer to launch as both iOS and Android pre-registrations have opened.</p><p>
1、Updated at 13:35 on March 19th 2015: It seems there was some confusion in the translation from the Japanese presser.<p>A new press release says that Square Enix has only confirmed Final Fantasy Grandmasters for Japan in 2015 at the moment.</p><p>Hopefully, it will head west at some point.</p>Original story follows...<p>Square Enix has announced a new RPG called Final Fantasy Grandmasters for iOS and Android.</p><p>It's a spin-off RPG that takes place in Vana'diel - the same world as Final Fantasy XI (which is also heading to mobile).</p><p>It's meant as a lighthearted title that will allow you to further explore Vana'diel with friends online.</p><p>As such, you'll be able to emote while chatting before heading off to locations seen in XI, either alone or as a group.</p><p>You'll fight a bunch of familiar monsters, collect gear for your character, and gain new abilities with experience. There's also the chance to fly around Vana'diel.</p><p>For the most part, Grandmasters can be considered a cute, mobile version of Final Fantasy XI, to be honest.</p><p>It will be beta-tested in Japan starting next month.</p>Siliconera
3、That evening Green Gables hummed with preparations for the following day; but in the twilight Anne slipped away. She had a little pilgrimage to make on this last day of her girlhood and she must make it alone. She went to Matthew's grave, in the little poplar-shaded Avonlea graveyard, and there kept a silent tryst with old memories and immortal loves.<p>Foxnet Games's MARVEL Strike Force has teamed up with Dave Bautista—the actor who plays Drax in Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Infinity War—to raise money for the charity Frankie's Friends, and you can help.</p><p>If you watch the video below, you'll see Bautista discussing his own ultimate MARVEL Strike Force team, and talking about Frankie's Friends, whose mission is to help save pets from life-threatening medical conditions.</p>