Truck Simulator : Trailer Game（MOD (Unlimited Money) v1.3.1）
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3、<p>Mario Kart Tour's multiplayer update has been a long time coming. At launch, the game felt incomplete without the option to race against your pals. That combined with the lack of control options and Gold Pass backlash meant that it didn't quite get off to the best start in life.</p><p>That said, it's improved considerably since launch, receiving regular content drops and refinements over time. The addition of multiplayer is another step in its journey to hopefully becoming a worthy entry in the Mario Kart series.<p>#MarioKartTour multiplayer is here! Let's celebrate with a retweet campaign. If this tweet and the corresponding one on the Japanese account reach a combined 30,000 RTs, all current players will be gifted 30 rubies and an in-game badge! Watch the video for more info. pic.twitter.com/z4pVpcjkn3— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) March 9, 2020There are a handful of modes to get stuck into, including standard and Gold Pass races. In some cases, you'll be able to pick the rules of the race, while other modes require you to stick to a rotating set of rules that change on a daily basis.</p><p>To celebrate the launch, there's a Twitter retweet campaign currently going on. It's the tweet embedded above that you're going to have to share around, and retweets across both the @mariokarttourEN and @mariokarttourJP accounts will count towards the total number.</p><p>15,000 retweets will get everyone an in-game badge, 20,000 will unlock 20 rubies, and 30,000 will unlock 30 rubies. Not bad at all. And at the time of writing – 8 hours after the EN tweet was first posted – it's already at almost 14,000 retweets.</p><p>Spreading word of the multiplayer update could help get those who bounced off at launch back on board, which is something the official MK Tour account is actively pushing by explaining how to get your progress back if you've uninstalled the game. It's as simple as redownloading the game and connecting to the My Nintendo Account that you originally linked.</p>
4、<p>If you’re yearning for some old-school captivating board game action, Swedish game developer Play by Turns has got you covered with their new upcoming release Attack Your Friends!, which – as the name suggests – seeks to recreate the competitive nature of board games past.</p><p>There’s no room for Mr nice guy with Attack Your Friends! now having hit iOS and Android screens from today, setting players on a quest to achieve world domination. Turn your friends into enemies without the need to play online at the same time, as simple push notifications play their part to inform you should ever your base come under attack, giving you the perfect chance to move your troops and gain the upper hand.</p>
- Truck Simulator : Trailer Game
- A HEN finding the eggs of a viper and carefully keeping them warm, nourished them into life. A Swallow, observing what she had done, said, "You silly creature! why have you hatched these vipers which, when they shall have grown, will inflict injury on all, beginning with yourself?'
- It was an exquisite morning, full of tints and sounds at once ripe and delicate. The harbor was sparkling and dimpling like a girl; white gulls were soaring over the dunes; beyond the bar was a shining, wonderful sea. The long fields by the shore were dewy and fresh in that first fine, purely-tinted light. The wind came dancing and whistling up the channel to replace the beautiful silence with a music more beautiful still. Had it not been for the baleful star on the white tower that early walk would have been a delight to Anne and Gilbert. But they went softly with fear.
- <p>Aldorlea Games has teamed up with RPG Maker creators Enterbrain and Degica to bring its 16-bit JRPG Undefeated to iOS and Android.</p><p>We're told that Undefeated will be the first official mobile port of a game made in RPG Maker.</p><p>If you weren't aware, RPG Maker was created in Japan back in 1988, and has since been reiterated upon with new versions regularly released.</p><p>The program is still used widely today with hundreds of new games coming out every year that were made with it.</p><p>Undefeated is just one of them, and it is quite typical of the kind of game that's made with RPG Maker.</p>
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<p>Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition came out on iPad last year and now you can finally play it on Android too.</p><p>The game runs on Android phones, but is optimized for play on tablets.</p><p>Buy it off Google Play for £6.99 / $9.99.</p><p>Our review of Baldur's Gate II on iPad early this year was torn between the merit of the classic game and its clunkiness on tablets.</p><p>The same goes for our review of Baldur's Gate, also on iPad.</p><p>If you're a big enough fan of BioWare and Interplay's classic fantasy RPG, though, and don't mind navigating some weird touch controls, Baldur's Gate II on Android could be for you.</p>
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- “APK” install it on your device.
- Enter the game.