<p>The Week That Was isn't a competition, but if it was, this week's winner would be Apple.</p><p>The Cupertino giant stole the show with a flurry of announcments, lifing the lid on the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and the Apple Watch: pieces of tech Apple described as "the biggest advancements in iPhone history".</p><p>EA also revealed it has already started to work on "prototype wearable experiences", namely for the Apple Watch, and we found that an overinflated price point could negatively impact Apple Watch sales.</p><p>Of course, the world doesn't revolve around Apple, and there was plenty going on outside of the iZone.</p><p>We spoke to Wayward Souls developer PocketCat Games to find out more about the trials and tribulations of game development, while our contributing editor Keith Andrew explained why Unity need to put any plans to sell on hold.</p><p>Over in Japan, Square Enix launched its Dive In streaming service, which gives gamers the opportunity to rent Square Enix titles for a reduced price.</p><p>As always, there's more where that came from, so grab a napkin, say a prayer to the Pocket Gamer Gods, and prepare to devour another handpicked Week That Was.</p>Industry VoicesIn our latest studio profile, we spoke to PocketCat Games about mistakes, failure, luck and success.We found out how The Stig powered Supersonic to 1 million downloads without spending on UA.COO Kristian Segerstrale explained why there's no vanity in Super Evil Megacorp's plans for Vainglory.Our very own Keith Andrew gave an ode to Unity, explaining that, while selling is inevitable, the firm needs to hold out a little longer.A Pocket Gamer straw poll found that the intersection of iPhone-owning watch-wearers wanting to spend $349 looks small.User acquisition, retention, and discoveryIn our Chart of the Week we found out which countries are fighting for the Empire, and which ones are supporting the Rebel Alliance in Star Wars: Commander.Analytics firm Flurry found that Phablets now account for 10% of mobile device market, making them more popular than ever.Tools & PlatformsVirtual Piggy streamlined teen payments with Oink 2.0Google Play had its two hour returns window confirmedChinese publisher OurPalm revealed it's making a major investment into Unity.EA Mobile working on "prototype wearable experiences" for Apple Watch.The Apple Watch was announced, though it won't be available until 2015.In what the company called "the biggest advancements in iPhone history," Apple announced the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.Square Enix launches Dive In game streaming service in JapanFunding, acquisitions, personnel and shutteringsTandem Events looked to launch a new London-based event in the form of the Games Funding Forum.Creative England is aiming to boost female game development with its £15,000 Queen of Code initiative.TIGA wants to save the UK games industry by unlocking lottery cash.BoosterMedia gained 6 million MAUs with the purchase of HTML5 outfit Hallpass Media.Adjust raised $7.6 million for US and Asian expansion.
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Penny & Flo: Finding Home Mod Penny & Flo: Finding Home v1.55.1 (MOD, Menu) Features:MOD, MenuMystery? Mansion? Puzzles? YES! Penny & Flo: Finding Home has it all. Renovate the mansion and solve challenging puzzles with this new relaxing and fun FREE match-3 game!Help Penny and Flo renovate the mansion of a former Hollywood actress to its former glory and match pieces to solve challenging puzzles. Dig into a story full of twists and turns as Penny and Flo interact with a cast of colorful characters. Match pieces & start your mansion makeover – play with themed boosters & renovate the rooms with dozens of customizations options!Discover hidden areas and choose among hundreds of pieces of furniture for your decoration project! Sit down, relax and enjoy this puzzle game enriched with a great story! Start your makeover now!Features:- RENOVATE, decorate your mansion with unique rooms that tie into the story!- MATCH pieces and solve hundreds of addictive puzzle levels!- ENJOY plot twists in the story and uncover hidden secrets and mysteries along the way!- EXPLORE the mansion with its hidden objects unlock hidden areas- RELAX and experience a story filled with funny and heartfelt dialogue!Solve challenging blast puzzles to uncover the story of Penny and Flo, unlock hidden areas and decorate the mansion. Relax, sit down, and enjoy this exciting story!Penny & Flo: Finding Home will be updated with more blast puzzles to solve and more fun chapters regularly! Already played and enjoyed the game? Stay tuned for updates and drop us a review!<p>It feels like a Nintendo Switch-heavy news day, but there's a lot to talk about. Like the fact that 2Awesome Studio will be bringing The Bug Butcher to Switch later this summer - that's pretty good news, eh?</p><p>
<p>Through rain, shine, and thunderstorms, somehow another week has flitted past and we're on Thursday already. Aside from stocking up the fridge and figuring out how best to spend your free time (because adult life is just one endless sea of organisation), it also means we get to check out new releases.</p><p>There are some tidy free titles, some cool, expensive ports, and a few surprises thrown into the fray. We know you're not going to be disappointed. Feist</p>Platform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P (and £3.99/$3.99 for the full game)<p>You'll likely have heard of Feist before given its run on Steam and console, but now it's come to mobile. With a bit of a 'Limbo vs. Badlands' vibe this side-scrolling action adventure game is definitely not one to miss - especially since you get to try it out first.</p>Golem RagePlatform: Android (also on iOS)Price: £3.09<p>After launching on iOS a little while back, and after a teeny delay, this neat running brawler is finally on Android. Charge through waves of enemies, learn to control your Golem, and take back your own freedom in this quirky, hardcore game.</p>Goosebumps Horror TownPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Whether you're a fan of R.L. Stine or just like these sorts of games, Goosebumps Horror Town is ready for your meddling. Build up the spookiest town, fill it with all sorts of monsters and kids, and choose whose side you want to be on.</p>HexologicPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: 99p/99c or cheaper<p>Solve a bunch of beautiful, challenging puzzles in this minimal puzzler. Using hexagonal grids, combine the dots inside the shapes to match the sum given at the very end. It's a whole new way to play Sudoku.</p>Justice RoyalePlatform: iOSPrice: F2P<p>Jump straight into this fast-paced brawler and enjoy swiping and tapping your way to victory. With RPG elements, you can unlock new skills for your character and audio tracks, as well as bits to customise your hero's appearance. Gloves up, son.</p>Might & Magic: Elemental GuardiansPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>In this fast-paced strategic RPG you'll collect and battle tons of beautifully animated creatures, build an epic team of elemental fighters, and meet a few familiar faces if you're no stranger to the franchise.</p>Rapid RollerPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>See how far you can get in this minimalist arcade game. Watch out for walls and spikes, and roll over jump pads for extra points because - y'know - points are always nice.</p>Real PuzzlesPlatform: iOSPrice: F2P<p>Work through 100 levels and experience perspective-based puzzles in a way that'll make your brain hurt. Move across the level using all sorts of surface areas and defy the basic laws of physics to get to the end point.</p>Space PioneerPlatform: iOS (also coming to Android)Price: F2P<p>Play as a bounty hunter in this space exploration RPG and discover new planets, chart new worlds, and shoot whatever and whoever gets in your way.</p>Valkyrie Profile: LennethPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £15.99/$15.99<p>It's time to reap souls for Odin's war as Ragnarok looms ever closer. Head to Midgard as the Valkyrie and collect only the most worthy warriors to fight a battle between deities. Most of them won't be happy about it, but you've got to try.</p>Word DominationPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Love Scrabble? Looking for a new word game to play? You might want to keep an eye on this one as it offers up a fast paced and addictive real-time game that cuts out the waiting time.</p>
<p>It doesn't feel like that long ago we chatted about Runbow by 13 AM's imminent Switch release but, alas, that was September and six months later we've finally got a date. April 24th, to be exact. <p>3... 2... 1... #Runbow is coming to #PS4 and #NintendoSwitch on April 24 digital and on June 14 as the Deluxe Edition for retail, containing all the DLCs and some nice swag! @13amgames pic.twitter.com/l9GuKKW1LQ— Headup Games (@HeadupGames) March 14, 2018 While racing against your friends in this eight-person multiplayer you'll sprint across the map, hopping on platforms, avoiding dangers, and trying your very best to outsmart your opponents. But, make sure you keep an eye on the ever-changing colours.</p><p>If you've ever played DoubleDutch's SpeedRunners you'll have a bit of an idea as to what to expect. Aside from gaining and using abilities, when the background matches whatever platform you're standing on, the thing disappears and you'll probably plummet to your death.</p><p>I had a whack at the game back at EGX a few years ago with my best friend and a few strangers and it was seriously good fun. Though we were yelling at each other, we had smiles on our faces so only looked slightly deranged in the madness.</p><p>It was also stupidly addicting as its matches were short, snappy, and had you jumping up and down, anxiously trying not to fail.</p><p>Though Runbow's slated to land on the eShop April 24th, Headup Games' tweet earlier today also said the Deluxe Edition would be coming to retail on June 14th containing all DLCs. </p>Align themselves in the authentic line. Afterward, we will look at different viewpoints strategic time out, team arrangement, fielding arrangement, dugout, drinks breaks, and much. Moreover, the game is the realistic simulation possible in splendid 3d illustrations.
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