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<p>Libellud Digital has revealed that it's set to bring a version of Dixit to mobile later this year. The game is called Dixit World, and it's slated to land on iOS this summer, with an Android version hitting the Play Store a few months later.</p><p>If you've not heard of Dixit before, it's a pretty simple experience. A player chooses a card and a sentence, then other players pick a card they think represents that sentence. Then you need to guess which card is the one the storyteller picked.</p><p>Click here to read about the best card games for mobile</p><p>Points are awarded if you manage to fool your opponents into thinking that your card is the original. The first player to 30 points wins the game.</p><p>It's an incredibly social experience that deals with language and understanding, and that's something that hopefully this mobile version is going to be able to translate. It's going to feature both online and pass-and-play multiplayer, so there should be some scope for just that.</p><p>We will, of course, keep you updated about Dixit World as and when we hear more. Right now we know for sure it's going to be free to play with IAPs, but as soon as we get more info, we promise you'll be the first to know.</p>
<p>As announced on Twitter, the current version of Bastion available on the App Store is set to be delisted in early November. After then, it will no longer be updated or available for purchase. But fret not, an updated version of Supergiant’s indie classic will take its place.</p><p>The new version comes with several changes, including improved support for newer devices (iPhone X and 11), various bug fixes, and the option to play in Simplified Chinese. It’ll also be free-to-try, much like the original Xbox LIVE Arcade version, which is a nice touch.<p>This fall, we'll be launching an updated version of the iPhone/iPad version of Bastion, for free for a limited time! As part of this change, the currently-available iOS version will be delisted. Details here:https://t.co/Gb4XzmGePJ pic.twitter.com/Edqzs0n5Yv— Supergiant Games (@SupergiantGames) 23 September 2019Once your free trial ends, you’ll have the option to make a one-off payment of $4.99 to unlock the rest of the game. That said, in celebration of Bastion’s 10th anniversary, the updated version will be free for a limited time.</p><p>The reason for the delisting is that Supergiant’s distribution deal with Warner Bros. (Bastion’s publisher since 2011) is now coming to an end. Due to technical limitations, the team hasn’t been able to switch publishers for the current version of the game. Supergiant will therefore publish the updated version itself.</p><p>Seeing as the updated version is listed as a new game, your cloud saves and Game Centre achievements won’t carry over. The new version will also require a device running iOS 9.0 or later, meaning the original iPad, iPod Touch, and iPhone 4 won’t be supported.</p><p>Here’s the link to the full Q&A. And you’ll find the soon-to-be-delisted version of Bastion available now over on the App Store.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
O, that forced thunder from his heart did fly,<p>Touching on themes of privacy and surveillance, Replica is interactive fiction played from the perspective of a cellphone, and it's currently on sale for the first time on iOS and Android.</p><p>You are told the cellphone is owned by a terrorist, and it's your job to dig through its files, messages, and history to find evidence. Searching through emails, social media, and other personal information reveals the truth about the owner, and explores dystopian elements.</p><p>You can purchase Replica for 0.99p / 0.99c on the App Store and Google Play.</p>
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<p>The team of developers at MyTona need only look out of the window to find inspiration for a winter wonderland – they’re based in Yakutsk, one of the coldest cities in the world! Adding a touch of Siberian sparkle, they’ve created a festive update for their latest hidden object game Seekers Notes: Hidden Mystery.</p><p>Gameplay for Seekers Notes will feel familiar for fans of hidden object games. There are mysteries to be solved and it’s up to you to solve them. In this case, the mystery revolves around the cursed town of Darkwood and its strange inhabitants.</p><p>Exploring 28 beautifully rendered locations, you must gather objects to solve puzzles, banish foes and release Darkwood from its spell, before the time runs out. There are 1200 quests to complete, and 222 collections to discover. If you’re stuck on a particular task, you can request help from friends via social media who can leave clues including useful items in locations around the city. In this case, your research reward is actually higher if you reach out for a helping hand from a fellow ‘seeker’.</p><p>As well as adorning the locations with plenty of seasonal decorations, this latest festive update introduces a number of Christmas monsters to defeat. There’s Sir Tubby the evil snowman, the Ice Queen, the Scamp Penguin and more. Each time you beat one of the rascals you’re rewarded with bonus items including objects that are essential in overcoming other baddies blocking your way around Darkwood. These new arrivals to the city will only hang around for as long as the Seekers Notes seasonal event lasts – so you better be quick, or you end up as disappointed as the boy at the end of The Snowman.</p>