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    &#;<p>Storm Rush has been updated with an entire new game mode. And it's about time, too. How could a game called "Storm Rush" not have a "Rush Mode." Well, now it does.</p><p>This means that this fast-paced first-person dodger now has double the number of modes it had previously. Yeah, can you believe it - there was only one game mode?</p><p>In this new one, your goal is to travel as far as you possibly can against the clock. The tracks now have checkpoints for you to reach that reset the time, too.</p><p>In accordance with this, if you smash into one of the neon walls of the gauntlet it doesn't instantly end your go as it does in the Classic Mode. All it does is slow you right down, meaning you'll have to wait for your speed to build up again.</p><p>Obviously, doing this is not wise as it makes getting to the checkpoint in the given time a lot harder. So you still need to be dodge-happy to get a high score.</p><p>The problem our reviewer had with Storm Rush is that it "is perhaps a little too minimalist for its own good." By that, he meant there wasn't enough meat on his bones.</p><p>It was a high-score chase with an exhilarating first-person perspective that gave you a sense of speed. But its fun would probably only last a few minutes.</p><p>So, hopefully, with the new Rush Mode, Storm Rush is a little more worthwhile now. You can find out yourself by purchasing it for £1.49 / $1.99 on the App Store.</p>These often bathed she in her fluxive eyes,

    <p>Garena Free Fire is due to be patched on 23rd September with an update called BOOYAH Day. This will introduce a batch of content including Clash Squad Ranked Season 3, a weapon, a new spawn island and several other improvements.</p><p>Clash Squad Ranked Season 3 will commence alongside the update then and will offer players a Golden FAMAS. They'll be able to net this fancy version of the assault rifle if they manage to reach Gold III or higher during the season.</p><p>Alongside shiny versions of existing weapons, the PARAFAL will also make its debut soon. This is an AR battle rifle that boasts high stopping power and incredible range. It does, however, have a fairly slow rate of fire so you'll want to ensure to make each shot counts.</p><p>There are also a couple of gameplay changes arriving in the popular battle royale title too. For instance, grenades can now be cooked to allow a little more strategy when timing your throws. There will also be the option to Scan the area to locate nearby vehicles.</p><p>Other changes have been added at the request of players. It will now be easy to hang out with your pals in The Training Grounds thanks to optimised spawn points. That means you'll be able to play together in the new Target Arcade minigame, attack each other with the newly added flamethrower or chill in the private movie theatre.</p><p>Ragnarok Online got a few mobile adaptation but none felt like the original (and massively successful) MMO.It seems like Chinese's developer Xindong is attempting to emulate it as best as possible with Ragnarok Mobile and its first trailer looks faithful to its universe:</p>�

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    Updated 3rd November, 12:38 PM: As opposed to what was tweeted earlier in the week, Football Manager Mobile 2017 will be launching on Thursday 17th November instead of tomorrow (sorry kiddies).<p>However according to the folks at Sports Interactive, we've got another game to look forward to tomorrow instead. Both Football Manager 2017 (PC/Mac) and Football Manager Touch 2017 (for high-end tablets) will be hitting stores tomorrow.</p><p>With game names as similar as these three, it's easy enough to get them mixed up, but hey.</p><p>We'll keep you updated with Football Manager Touch 2017's release.</p><p>Woah. Put down your forks, books, or giant novelty mobile phones, ladies and gents, it looks like Football Manager (handheld) is coming to tablets this Friday.</p><p>Talk about a bombshell.</p><p><p>@Juan_v_Phillips You can get beta access on desktop now. Tablet version coming on Friday.— Football Manager (@FootballManager) November 1, 2016 A tweet from their official account said that where the desktop version is currently in beta, the tablet version is coming out on Friday.</p><p>Football Manager is a quick and accessible management sim which still packs a hell of a punch, featuring all of the world's top players and leagues to sink your teeth into.</p>�&#;

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    &#;'"How mighty then you are, O hear me tell!<p>The iPad has been struggling lately, the iPad Pro has done little to rekindle the dwindling tablet market and Apple needs a new, more mainstream product to get back on top.</p><p>Today, Apple announced the iPad Pro, a 9.7" iPad that is featuring a lot of the new advancements found in the iPad Pro. It's aimed at capturing that PC audience that is looking for a replacement for their old computer.</p><p>The screen is brighter and less reflective than the old iPad Air 2.</p><p>It features a True Tone display that matches the color of the screen with the color temperature around you.</p><p>It also has the powerful A9X chip found in the iPad Pro that should feature 4GB of Ram and plenty of horsepower at the same resolution. This should also make it the most powerful iOS device ever.</p><p>Apple will ship it with a new USB adapter that is USB 3.0 compatible. I wonder if we'll be able to use those USB flash drives again, something that Apple took away a long while ago.</p><p>Like the iPad Pro, it supports the Smart Keyboard and the Apple Pencil.</p><p>Apple didn't comment on the battery life for the first time but I wouldn't read too much into that.</p><p>It's out on March 31st with pre-orders opening on March 24th.</p><p>The 32GB will be available at $599, making it the most expensive 9.7" iPad lineup. The 128GB version will cost $749 and for the first time you'll be able to get a 256GB for $899.</p>

    <p>InfiniteCorp has finally made its way to iOS and Android after a couple of months of build-up. It's a digital card game that takes place in a futuristic cyberpunk world.</p><p>You live in the megatower where essentially all citizens reside. The tower is situated in Babylon 6, a huge city in the middle of the ocean.&nbsp;</p><p>The tower is separated by different floors, each with their own place in society. For example, the social elites live at the top while the lower class lives at the bottom. It's all very Ballard.&nbsp;</p><p>Your job is pretty simple, in that different people will come to you to take different requests, and you have to make some decisions with every person you meet. So the game overall is very simple to pick up and play right away.&nbsp;</p><p>However, you'll need to use your brain on this one, as the choices you make could shape the outcome of the city. The corporations help keep things afloat in the city, and some decisions you make can affect how they tackle certain things in the future.&nbsp;</p><p>Not only that, but it can also affect the people you come into contact with. As mentioned, there are people from all walks of life who will visit you. So whatever you do, be sure to think through your decisions, or there will be some nasty consequences.</p><p>When people come to you, a card will come up with some dialogue and choices for you to make. Luckily, you only have to decide between two things so you aren't overwhelmed with options.&nbsp;</p><p>But overall, it should be a great game for you if you enjoy something that is simple and quick to play. It's also good for testing the old brain.</p><p>So go out there and make some smart decisions. I know you will.&nbsp;</p><p>InfiniteCorp is available for purchase from both&nbsp;Google Play and the App Store for $2.99.&nbsp;</p>If you like card and board games then check out our list of the top 25 digital board games for iPhone and iPad<p>With its launch presumably around a month away, Nintendo has released fresh gameplay for the highly anticipated Pokemon Masters. It mostly shows off aspects of the game that we&rsquo;d already seen brief glimpses of in the earlier trailers, though we do get a better look at the battles and co-op.</p><p>The first thing the trailer shows off is a handful of the trainers you can expect to meet and befriend on the all-new island of Pasio. Pasio, if you didn&rsquo;t know, has become a hotspot for up-and-coming trainers due to it being the home of the Pokemon Masters League Tournament.</p>�

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