<p>Travel to the land of Thoria and become the ruler of a rich, sprawling kingdom in Quest to be King. It’s a match-3 RPG turned kingdom building simulator. You’ll certainly have your hands full as you command, conquer, and defeat the forces of evil in this multi-layered adventure.</p><p>In Quest to be King, you can build your kingdom as you see fit, conquering over 30 unique regions across the realm’s huge map. As your territory grows, you’ll be responsible for filling it out with buildings and resources to help you and your army grow powerful enough to defeat the Darkness that has invaded the world. This evil power comes armed with dragons, undead swarms, and much more. You’ll have your work cut out for you, but Quest to be King provides you with your own impressive arsenal of weapons to help you take on any challenge.</p><p>Battles play out in creative match-3 combat. Match different tiles to inflict status effects, gain buffs for your own troops, and much more. This isn’t your typical puzzle game. There are a lot of RPG elements at play, too, giving you plenty of options to strategize and come out ahead of your foes.</p>Quest to be King is out now on the App Store for the one-time price of £2.99.When you buy the shabby house and work hard to innovate it into a new design, furnish it great with all luxury items available in the market. Along with the furnishing, cleaning, and decoration in the house, you also need to focus on the outside yard or garden.
<p>The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is every hipster Nintendo fan's favourite game of the series, so when it landed on 3DS a few years back, everyone went absolutely ape about how good it is. And yes, that includes us giving it a super-rare Platinum award (thanks, YouTube sensation Mark Brown).</p><p>But if you've held off on buying it this long, you're in luck - Nintendo has added it to the Nintendo Selects range of 3DS games, meaning you can pick it up directly from the eShop or in physical form for just $19.99. At that price, you really can't complain.</p><p>There's more! Also added to the collection is Star Fox 64 3D, a re-release of the N64 classic better known as Lylat Wars in the UK, and Super Mario Maker, which is basically exactly what it says on the tin - you make Mario levels. All three games are now super cheap, and are liable to go even cheaper when a new round of sales kicks in later this year.</p><p>Three amazing #3DS games join the Nintendo Selects library at a great price of $19.99! Build, play, & share levels in #SuperMarioMaker for Nintendo 3DS, experience an unforgettable quest in The Legend of #Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, or barrel roll your way through #StarFox 64 3D! pic.twitter.com/BBG53wfROy— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 15, 2019 <p>Apparently we didn't review Super Mario Maker on 3DS, which is honestly something I'm struggling to believe, but ho hum. From what I've heard, it's not quite as good as the Wii U edition, mainly because you can't share your levels online with anyone - which was basically the main draw of the game.</p><p>Star Fox 64 3D, however, I have played, albeit in its original form, and that's a truly brilliant space shooter that everyone should check out, if only to see what everyone's favourite Smash Bros. character was up to on the older generation of consoles. Apparently we didn't review it on PG either? Jeepers. Be glad you've got me now, folks.</p><p>One major caveat for our readers here - this is only in the US eShop. Super Mario Maker and Star Fox 64 3D were already in the UK Nintendo Selects collection, and so can be picked up cheap no problem - the UK, however, seems to not be getting a discounted version of Majora's Mask 3D. Which kind of sucks, but hopefully Nintendo will fix this oversight shortly.</p><p>If you're in the US though, you can go grab all three games for cheap on the eShop now, or in stores probably from this week onwards. Let us know if you're planning on picking something up!</p>
<p>As Halloween approaches more and more games are releasing their spooky-themed content for their games. Mario Kart Tour is no exception and is adding new maps and characters to the game to celebrate the supernatural season.</p><p>First up, players will be able to drift around a course from Mario Kart's past when Luigi's Mansion arrives in the game. This course was originally found in Mario Kart DS and makes a perfect edition at this time of year when you want something a little more spooky to accompany the equally terrifying looming threat of a blue shell.</p><p>In other course news, Waluigi Pinball will join Luigi's Mansion on the next tour. This course will see players weaving their way through a pinball machine dedicated to gangly purple alternative to Luigi. Of course, you can't add a course dedicated to Waluigi without adding the man himself.<p>Waluigi can't stand by and watch while Luigi gets all the attention…so he's decided to join the #MarioKartTour game in the next tour! He's packing an offense-oriented special skill, so Luigi has a lot more to watch out for than just ghosts! pic.twitter.com/uNkM6mNn3N— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) October 20, 2019 </p><p>So, whilst cries for his inclusion in Super Smash Bros were never likely to bear fruit, his addition to Mario Kart Tour was more of a matter of when. And that appears to be next tour, according to a Tweet from the official Mario Kart Tour account. His special skill will be offence orientated, though no more details were provided than that.</p><p>Finally, if you're going to have Halloween content, there's got to be a ghost floating in there somewhere. Fortunately, the world of Mario is well prepared for that and King Boo will be added to the game next tour alongside the other courses and racer mentioned here. No details whatsoever were given about his special skill, just that it would be fit for a king.</p><p>Mario Kart Tour is available through the App Store and Google Play now. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. If you're just getting into Mario Kart Tour and are in need of some help, then check out our handy guides to get a starting boost.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.Breakfast Story: chef restaurant cooking games
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