<p>Telehorse is bringing its 2D point-and-click adventure Steampunker to iPad on September 9th.</p><p>As you might have guessed, Steampunker is set in a steampunk world, and it's one that's being invaded by evil robots.</p><p>You help out "gentleman hero" Vincent as he attempts to save himself and the world.</p><p>To complete his mission, Vincent needs to fix a variety of machines and tesla-based mechanisms. So you'll want to get your engineer's hat on when tackling Steampunker's many puzzles.</p>Updated 28th March, 3:19 PM: Right on schedule, Trigrido's Royal Dungeon is out now for iPhone and iPad.<p>Grab it on the App Store for £2.99/$2.99.Tigrido (My Majesty/Temple of Spikes) is back with another pixelated adventure with Royal Dungeon, coming to iOS next week.</p><p>
1、<p>Neko Atsume creator Yutaka Takazaki is back with another immensely charming time-waster, Tabi Kaeru (which literally translates to Travel Frog).</p><p>The game starts out in the forest home of a little green frog. Your job is to prepare food and travel supplies for your amphibian pal before he sets out to explore Japan’s most famous sites, as well as its more pastoral destinations. The combination of food and supplies you pack affects the frog’s destination and the souvenirs he brings back.</p><p>While froggy’s out and about, he’ll often send back photographs of his adventures, and you’ll even sometimes find him accompanied by a friend (so far my frog has buddied up with a moth and a mouse).</p><p>The game is a lot more hands-off than Neko Atsume. Other than packing items for your frog, there’s not much else for you to do. It’s best enjoyed by checking in every few hours to see what your frog is up to. The game’s fine attention to detail will instantly charm you, though, as your frog sends back photographs of him hiking in the Japanese mountains donning a green cap, stopping by a cake shop, or seeking shelter from the rain beneath a leaf at the gates to a brilliant red shrine.</p>Tabi Kaeru’s available internationally on iOS and Android, though there is no English language version at the moment. Still, the game’s pretty straightforward to figure out.
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4、<p>Well, it's musou day, isn't it? After talking about a new MMO based on the Three Kingdoms' era this morning, here comes another heavy hitter in this genre: Dynasty Warriors.</p><p>But wait, it's not what you'd expect. While we had some Dynasty Warriors on mobile before, like Dynasty Warriors Slash and Dynasty Warriors Blast, Koei insists that this is the first time a Dynasty Warriors game was specifically built with mobile in mind.</p><p>As such, it's a head-to-head fighting game with "side-scrolling" elements. It will debut at E3 2016 this year but we already have a few screenshots and some details. This version will feature plenty of combos and moves and collectibles. The game will also launch with both PvE and PvP and you'll even have the opportunity to fight on horseback.</p><p>We should hear more, and probably see more, at E3 this year.</p>
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