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The Crow and the SheepDead by Daylight Mobile Mod Dead by Daylight Mobile v5.2.1002 Features:More than ever, Death is not an escape.The popular 4vs1 survival horror game on PC and console is now officially available on mobile for free! Experience the intensity and thrill of Dead by Daylight everywhere with other players around the world. Play as an unstoppable Killer or one of four Survivors trying to evade a gruesome death, from a wide roster of characters—some of them from the most well-known horror franchises.KEY FEATURES:SURVIVE TOGETHER… OR NOT - Survivors can either cooperate with each other or outlast the others. Your chance of survival will vary depending on whether you work together as a team or if you go at it alone. Will you be able to outwit the Killer and escape their killing ground?A FEAST FOR KILLERS - Dead by Daylight draws from all corners of the horror world. As a Killer, you can play as anything, from a powerful slasher to terrifying paranormal entities. Master each Killer's unique power to hunt, catch and sacrifice your victims.DEEPER AND DEEPER - Each Killer and Survivor has their own deep progression system and plenty of unlockables that can be customized to fit your own personal strategy. Experience, skills and understanding of the environment are key to being able to hunt Survivors or outwit the Killer. REAL PEOPLE, REAL FEAR - The varying levels and real human reactions to pure horror make each game session an unexpected scenario. You will never be able to tell how it's going to turn out. The ambiance, music, and chilling environments combine into a terrifying experience. With enough time, you might even discover what's hiding in The Fog.
ASPHALT NITRO is a thrilling competitive sports events game filled with great excitement and classic race across the globe. Feel the thrill of racing on the game tacks, and Speed makes people nervous and jealous of your competitors by buying them top luxurious cars—drive-in tracks of Italy, Spain, Germany, and many European countries.
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<p>Hills of Steel recently surpassed 22 million downloads less than 2 years after its initial release and its developer, Superplus Games, is understandably feeling pretty good about it.</p><p>So much so infact that the Helsinki-based studio has lined up a sequel to its casual action hit, with Hills of Steel 2 set to launch later this year.</p><p>We'll be keeping close tabs on Hills of Steel 2 as it develops, but for the moment we decided to take some time to reflect upon the success of this casual tank-battler, which begs the question "why are the Finns so good at turning seemingly simple concepts into appstore gold?".</p><p>Like Rovio with Angry Birds, and Fingersoft with Hill-Climb Racer, Hills of Steel's success all boils down to Superplus' mastery of creating simple, fun, and addictive game-play mechanics; you take control of a tank and lead it through various stages, blowing enemy vehicles to smithereens before they have a chance to do the same to you. That's the simple and addictive part. The fun part is the game's teeter-totter style physics, which gives your tank more the feel of a beach-buggy on springs than it does a 50 tonne lump of steel, so you need to exercise skill and good-judgement as you bound along the game's hilly terrain.</p><p>There are currently 8 tanks to unlock, which you can use in either PvP, team, adventure, or 'classic' survival mode. Superplus prides itself in bringing ever more creative designs to every tank it adds to the game, and the next one promises to be no different with the next update bringing a laser-shooting, spider-legged robot called Arachno into the mix.</p><p>As soon as you open the game for the first time you'll be dropped into battle, so here's a couple of pointers for those just starting out. First off, don't be in a rush to clear through a stage. There's no time limit to worry about so you can afford to be patient; bulldozing your way through will just cause you to take unnecessary damage, especially when confronted with multiple enemies. Also pay close attention to the enemy type you're up against - vehicles with machine guns can only hit you when attacking head-on, whereas mortar and rocket-launching artillery will cause you big problems when they're allowed to attack from range, so adjust your tactics accordingly.</p>
The essential thing in any game is its gameplay and storyline. Fortunately, Farm City offers epic gameplay and storyline where you can grow various crops, sell products across the globe through different belts, including sea routes, and use the proceeds to develop a healthy community on the island. Only very few people are wealthy enough to have their islands. Still, the Farm-City game offers a pleasurable experience for everybody where you can buy your island and be the most influential person on that island.
<p>This is Peter's last day at Pocket Gamer. From Monday he'll be following his dreams as a producer for Auroch Digital.</p><p>Peter joined Steel Media as a freelance reviewer, before coming aboard as handheld editor. He was also our go-to man for extended, diary-style reviews of unappetising free-to-play games, because he can be enthusiastic about anything.</p><p>It was when we started taking video content more seriously that he came to more widespread attention. Along with video editor James, he produced dozens of hands ons, appeared on countless livestreams on Twitch, and generally took every opportunity he could to get his cheeky face and his world renowned baritone all up in your grill, whether to giggle at nonsense or deliver balanced essays on gender politics.</p><p>But this is just the stuff you knew about. The thing is, Peter is just as nice when the microphones and cameras are switched off.</p><p>He'll obligingly jump on stage to introduce an event, come up with exciting projects (like the B-Sides choose-your-own-adventure that he cajoled us into writing), and generally just do what he can to make the working day more interesting, productive, and enjoyable. Whoever you are, you can't not get on with Peter Willington.</p><p>So we'll miss him, and we're all terrifically bummed.</p><p>Thankfully, we can welcome the awesome Alysia Judge, a rising star in the games media firmament who's already worked with James and the rest of the team on various videos like this one and this one.</p><p>Alysia will be taking over as editor of AppSpy next week, and we're confident that we couldn't have found anybody more qualified to take the reins from the mighty Mr Peter Willington.</p><p>Bye Peter!</p><p>*sniff*</p><p>The Steel Media team</p>The mind and sight distractedly commixed.