Winter is officially upon us, and with it comes Joycity’s brand new winter update for its smash hit game – Game of Dice.
For those of you who’re new to the game, Game of Dice is the thrilling and super competitive virtual board game that sees you play solo or against your mates, to be named the most powerful property tycoon in the game.
While the game is already a huge success, the newest winter update looks set to be the best version yet, and is crammed full of cool (see what we did there) new features.
Explore the brand new 1:1 Crystal Village map, and take on your competitors in an intense battle to activate the glacial crystal – letting you ramp up your tolls and bankrupt your opponents. But players beware, because with new brand updates come brand new challenges.
Keep your eyes peeled for the frozen city blocks that’re dotted about the board, because landing on one of these bad boys could be your downfall. If you’re unlucky enough to step on one of these slippery squares, you’ll get just 1 more chance to roll the dice before all your properties are frozen stiff – making them impossible for you to collect your tolls.
But the fun doesn’t end there, as there’s a brand new character to play as too. Introduce yourself to “Wintery-M…
You don’t have to have grown up with Warhammer 40K to understand Storm of Vengeance. The factions are so archetypal that very little backstory is needed to get you up to speed.
You can to take control of the Ork Waaagh! armies or the Dark Angels. The tower defence combat takes place across five lanes. At the end of each lane you must build structures to aid you in battle, ranging from mundane resource generators, to troop spawning drop pods and psychic Weird-Boy towers.
Deploying your units in a lane cause them to march determinedly towards your opponent. While both sides are are well matched, their tactics vary wildly. The side you pick will dictate whether you’ll be using heavily armoured Tactical Marines, who methodically devastate everything they approach, or Gretchins, who win by sheer weight of numbers.
You can usually achieve victory by conquering three of the five lanes. Problematically, however, once you lose a lane you also lose the abilities that lane generated, making a comeback difficult. This can lead to painfully long battles, when the result is already a foregone conclusion.
With a huge range of technology trees, the game has a lot of menus to familiarise yourself with. Thanks to an intuitive touch and drag control system, navigating them is fairly easy. You will quickly learn to keep an eye on which units and powers can be used next, with some long winded tutorials in place to ensure you are never unaw…
The long-awaited sequel to Samurai: Way of the Warrior has finally arrived on iPhone and iPad! While the original got rave reviews for its stylized manga graphics and quick, bloody gameplay, Samurai II delivers even more action and an intuitive new control scheme. Samurai: Way of the Warrior was featured in Best Games of 2009 by Apple — Samurai II is a true successor, aided by over a year of focused development. Overall production values and vicious action put Samurai II on par with console 3D brawlers. Screenshots don’t do Samurai II justice — the fluid action has to be seen running at 60 frames per second on the Retina display or popping off the iPad screen. But looks alone won’t carry a game — the developers listened to fan feedback and improved gameplay throughout. With a new virtual d-pad, dynamic camera, environmental puzzles, traps, and vicious new enemies, Samurai II is brand new experience for hack ‘n’ slash gamers on the go. Samurai II sends Daisuke on a quest for revenge across the war-scorched countryside. From a seafaring village to a flying fortress to the legendary Isle of the Dead, the samurai will stop at nothing to hunt down his arch-enemy Orochi. Will he get his Vengeance?
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