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1、<p>Those looking to scratch that same dungeon crawling itch found in classic fantasy RPGs like Baldur’s Gate and Diablo will feel right at home in Rogue Hearts.</p><p>Available now on the App Store and Google Play, Rogue Hearts looks to offer a unique spin by having player manipulation influence battle directly, unlike automatic combat RPGs found elsewhere.</p><p>The game infuses dark fantasy lore with light rogue-like elements, keeping the action fresh as you guide your party through rooms to engage in satisfying boss fights.</p><p>Rather than having you crazily mash the screen with your finger, Rogue Hearts’ combat is noticeably more tactical. Battles take place on a grid and are turn-based, allowing for a more thoughtful approach to tackling enemies.</p><p>Post-game content incudes ‘nightmare’ versions of story boss battles amongst other twists, so completionists will get there fill long after Rogue Hearts’ credits roll.</p><p>Discover what lies in the dark by fighting in unique turn-based battles. Rogue Hearts is available now for iOS and Android players.</p>
3、<p>For its next trick, Neutronized is going to drop a wizard out of its hat. That's my lame way of saying the studio has announced Drop Wizard.</p><p>It's the next game from Neutronized after its icy puzzler Lost Yeti and the superb dino skyscraper-punching game Roar Rampage.</p><p>It has the sprightly visuals and arcade action feel that we're more of less come to expect of Neutronized. That's a very good thing if that wasn't obvious.</p><p>As this titular wizard, you set out on a quest to save your friend who has been turned to stone by a curse. You can brush that barebones plot aside now.</p><p>Drop Wizard is played by tapping the sides of the screen to move the wizard left and right. You can't jump, so the only way of getting back to the top of each multi-tiered level is to fall through the hole at the bottom.</p>And often kissed, and often 'gan to tear;
4、"What have the men been doing now?" asked Gilbert, entering.
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