"Claire and her team are in trouble again. Their airplane flew into a terrible storm and crashed on an uninhabited island in the middle of the ocean. When they woke up, our heroes went out in search of help. After wandering a while, Claire found a village of atlanteans and offered to help them get their homeland back, and to teach the wicked ruler of the underwater world a lesson.
Dare to travel an unknown country full of secrets and mysticism in this exciting casual strategy game, Lost Artifacts Golden Island!
A multitude of varied quests, over 40 levels, a happy plot, simple and entertaining gameplay and a mysterious world – all this awaits you right now! Restore the warrior statues, overcome challenges, manage resources and construct buildings. Simple controls and a clear tutorial will help you easily get to grips with the basics of the game.
Lost Artifacts Golden Island – restore Atlantis and defeat the villain!"
Developed by 8floor games, Lost Artifacts: Golden Island is available on Xbox One for $9.99, €9,99, £8.39, AU$14.95.
Braveland Trilogy,a turn-based game inspired by old-school strategies with hexagonal battlefield, is now available for digital pre-order on Xbox One.
The story takes place in a hand-drawn world and cover many interesting places and characters. Various warriors will join your army - archers, scouts, healers, footmen, arbalesters and more.
Braveland Trilogy features turn-based battles in old-school style and allows you to command your troops and defeat enemies in hand to hand battles. With 50 various warriors and creatures from archers to golems and three story chapters each in unique corner of the world, Braveland Trilogy lets you evolve your hero, find awesome artifacts and learn battle magic.
€ 14,99Braveland Trilogy launches April 10th on @XBOX for $14.99, € 14,99, £12.49, AU$22.45! Pre-order now and get 20% off!
Aksys Games announced today that Tin & Kuna will be rolling onto the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switchand PC this fall. Help Kuna save his buddy Tin and rebuild the Prime Orb in this charming and colorful 3D puzzle platformer from Brazilian developer Black River.
Best friends Tin and Kuna are messing around one day when they discover a mysterious orb. Kuna accidently cracks it open—oops!—unleashing evil spirts who take possession of poor Tin. Kuna will need all his speed and skill to rescue Tin, and together they must rebuild the orb and contain the chaos terrorizing their tiny planetoid.
Let's check out the official trailer!
Features of Tin & Kuna include:
Fight the evil powers of Chaos! Roll, jump and maneuver your buddy through 40 levels across four different biomes while avoiding nasty traps.
Explore the world! Tin and Kuna’s magical worlds contain secrets and hidden treasures in each level for adventurous players to discover.
Shiny! Take advantage of crystal powers to gain strength, defeat traps and solve puzzles.
Better together! Restore balance to the world through the magic of friendship.
A story as old as the console releases themselves, exclusive games have plagued those that many only have access to one console and can’t gain access to the newer releases. With the next generation of consoles announcing that they are back compatible with older games, it may seem initially like a step in the right direction for how our games - however as we increasingly move toward digitally owed games that can be taken away from us at any moment, but can we expect to see a chance in how exclusivity is handled?
The short answer, for the most part, is likely no - as we see more added to the lists every year. But we are seeing things change from where there used to be - namely as the exclusivity clause may only last for a period of time, rather than indefinitely. One of the most anticipated upcoming releases is a perfect example of this - the Final Fantasy VII remake is set to release on April 10th for the Playstation 4, and then a year later on other platforms - but as the game will be separated into different episodes many are asking the question of whether or not the future episode releases will follow the same release schedule, or all at the same time. However the good news in that is at least the game is coming to other platforms - in this example, Square Enix has had a long history with complete playstation exclusivity, so for those who are a fan of the series, as with the past couple of games, will have the option to play it on their preferred platform.
This may not be true for all platforms however, as mobile and and PC gamers will still receive different treatment - either for the better or worse depending on how you look at it. The mobile gaming market is enormous and it continues to grow - in the UK betting and casino apps are leading the way and these sites aren’t blocked by Gamstop as many register themselves elsewhere, but we are also seeing more large multiplayer games move to mobile devices too - Fortnite being a perfect example. PC gamers will always deal with some level of exclusivity, although they have it a little easier as the platform tends to have a much higher level of support - bigger development communities, mod support, and platforms to purchase games to give some more freedom on availability.
Many will hope that the release gap for exclusivity will close however - consoles are becoming more powerful with each new release, but they tend to match each other quite closely meaning hardware restrictions aren’t a deciding factor - so for now whilst we can be sure that exclusivity is here to stay, as we head more toward cross-platform play and cross-platform releases, even if there is a delay between each platform receiving the release, perhaps the future holds a point in time where whichever console you play on, regardless of manufacturer, you able to gain access to your much anticipated upcoming release at the same time as everyone else.
Totally Reliable Delivery Service lets you join up to three of your friends and haphazardly get the job done in an interactive sandbox world. Delivery attempted, that's a Totally Reliable Delivery Service guarantee!
Local and Online Multiplayer: Go it alone to ensure the safety of your deliveries, or join your friends and put your teamwork to the test.
Controlled Noodly Chaos: Unpredictable ragdoll physics meets snappy platforming. Sprint, leap, dive, and grapple with ease, but collide with something and you'll be knocked out cold!
A World of Distractions: Take a break from deliveries and play around! The world is chock full of toys, vehicles, and machines that can be used for work or play.
Ragtag Crew: Customize your blue-collar workers and get your rear into gear, it's time to deliver!
Developed by tinyBuild, Totally Reliable Delivery Service is available on Xbox One for $14.99, €14,99, £12.49, AU$22.45.
Team17 and Veewo Games have announced that Neon Abyss will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch in 2020, in addition to the previously announced Steam edition.
Neon Abyss sees players fight their way through procedurally generated dungeons, tasked by Hades with dispatching the New Gods in a colourful and fast-paced blend of run ‘n’ gun gameplay and roguelite mechanics.
A free demo of Neon Abyss is currently available to download on Steam for those looking to get a taster of the action to come. While time limited, the demo’s duration is dependent on the difficulty level players choose: 15 minutes for those on ‘easy’, 18 minutes on ‘medium’ and 24 minutes of mayhem for those who choose ‘hard’.
Take a look at the official trailer!
Roguelite: Death is not the end. When players die, they come back more powerful than before, lasting longer with each incarnation
Pets: Hatch and evolve pets along your journey to give you additional firepower and perks
Unlimited item synergies: Random item drops throughout the levels will give players the chance to stack passive effects to devastating effect, and with an almost limitless number of combinations, every run will be unique
Mini-games: In-between slaying gods, mini-games such as piano performances, meditation challenges, dance competitions and more will give players the chance to not only kick back and relax for a second, but provide extra loot too.
Players can blast their way through unique dungeons on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and Steam in 2020!
BQM – BlockQuest Maker is now available for digital pre-order and pre-load on Xbox One. Create & play your very own instant-death dungeon RPG and share it with the world!
Don't be deceived by its pixel style look, it's rather hardcore and never been easy.Block Quest Maker, is nothing like Crossy Road, it's an RPG builder which drives you to get through the dungeons by fighting the monsters, saving the princess, and mostly solving the puzzles. Pure satisfaction, the moment you clear a dungeon, after failing 100 times.
With a simple click of a mouse anyone can choose the position of elements, set the triggers, place the monsters/NPCs, and shape your own dungeons. Finally, share your level with the public. you can socialize with players who clear (or fail) your levels.
BlockQuest Maker (BQM) will be available April 10th on Xbox One. The game is available for digital pre-order and pre-download today for $14.99, € 4,99, £12.49, AU$22.45.
The Football Manager team has taken the fans comments on board and have introduced a host of new features across all formats. Feedback specifically on the Xbox 360 version resulted in the Sports Inter..