<p>There are a lot of large stories which, for many people, go untold. Stories like the origin of Arena of Valor, an adaption of Honour of Kings targeting Western audiences. Honour of Kings itself was a creation of another purpose; it is reportedly born out of an inability between Tencent and Riot games to agree on a deal regarding a mobile version of League of Legends.</p>Just last year there was a $600,000 prize pool for the Arena of Valor World Cup.<p>Well, times have changed in the years that have passed. Tencent are now the parent company to Riot, and a new report from Reuters is inferring that development on a mobile take on the ever-popular MOBA game has begun.</p><p>What could a mobile version of League of Legends mean for the gaming industry? Well, the Chinese market, which Tencent dominates (even so much as operating a viable competitor to PC giant Steam) is much more geared toward mobile gaming, not least due to the heavy restrictions which were in place against home consoles for many years. Without the tug between consoles and PCs the mobile marketplace thrived as a portable alternative to the anchored PC experience.</p>
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4、<p>Update on May 31st at 14:04: Gentlebros have now released a first look at the game in action and it looks stunning.You can see how your character will move around the world but we still don't have anymore footage of the game's combat in action.</p><p><p>Between Imbroglio, Corrypt, Helix, and others, Michael Brough's weird and deceptively deep games have offered some of the most unique experiences on the App Store. Now one of his popular titles, the low-fi roguelike 868-Hack is getting a major content update in July.</p><p>868-Hack can seem obtuse or even basic at a glance, but its smiley face-versus-relentless enemies gameplay proved to be surprisingly complex, earning a Silver Award for its hidden gameplay intricacies and addictive score chasing.</p><p>The expansion will introduce new "progs" and powerups to the game, among other additions, allowing for new strategies to learn and abilities to master.</p><p>868-Hack can be found on iPad, iPhone, and Steam, and the expansion will be available on both platforms.</p>
1、Religious love put out religion's eye.<p>Feels like only yesterday that Mario Kart Tour made its grand debut on the App Store and Google Play, and already Nintendo has teased a new character and track. I say teased, but really it’s more accurate to describe the tweet below as a full-on announcement. There’s nothing to guess at or ponder: Rosalina and the iconic Rainbow Road track are 100% incoming.<p>Rosalina plans on making her grand entrance and showing off her own Special Skill in the next tour! But what's that course in the background? It looks like a winding road made of colorful tiles…almost like a rainbow! #MarioKartTour pic.twitter.com/gCFhjrXrCr— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) 8 October 2019Despite the staggering number of download Tour has so far achieved, the chat I’m seeing online surrounding it still skews toward negative. If you’re not familiar with the game, most of the negativity centres on the ludicrous $4.99-a-month subscription service, which is currently the only way to access the higher-tier races.</p><p>The game itself is solid but mostly unremarkable. It’s a clear step above Nintendo’s last mobile offering, the grim Dr. Mario World, but obviously that’s not saying much. As I say, despite the tepid response, the game appears to be doing pretty well, at least in terms of downloads.</p><p>
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