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<p>AstroNest, a space-based strategy game from developer ANGames, is now available to download from the App Store worldwide following its soft-launch in Canada.</p><p>As soon as you fire up AstroNest for the first time, you'll be asked to choose between two different nations - both of which offer unique bonuses.</p><p>There's the Federation of Terra, which offers increased gold income and fleet production; and the Alliance of Neos, which sports better mineral production and research.</p><p>As you may have already guessed, your aim in AstroNest is to prepare your chosen nation for inevitable war. Your universe is filled with a prosperous element known as Cosments, and - naturally - opposing nations are willing to fight you for it.</p><p>Battles in AstroNest aren't simple. Strategy is a big focus in this game, after all. Therefore, you won't survive for very long if you don't think about upgrades, expansions, and anything else that will ensure you stay one step ahead of your opponents.</p><p>In order to do this, you'll have to research brand-new weapons for your various crafts, spend time developing new engines and armour plating, and even come up with new and better fleet formations.</p><p>You'll also be required to upgrade buildings and recruit heroes as you progress through the game.</p><p>As soon as you reach Level 10 in AstroNest, you can access a new area of the game named War, which allows you to compete against other real-world players from the opposing faction for control of the universe.</p><p>Advance a further 20 levels, and you'll unlock a Raid mode, too.</p><p>Based on the feedback the developer of AstroNest has received so far, players love the game's sci-fi graphics and detailed scenario. AstroNest's dynamic strategy gameplay is also a big hit among those who've played the game.</p><p>You can download AstroNest and form your own opinion right now - just head on over to the App Store [download] and grab it for free.</p>�

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4、<p>We told you last week that it seemed very likely that Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night would be heading to PS Vita. And not it has been confirmed.</p><p>The $3.5 million funding goal on the game's Kickstarter was reached on June 6th to secure that PS Vita port. It turns out that it won't just be a digital release either as a physical version of Bloodstained will be available for PS Vita too.</p><p>With that funding goal reached, Armature Studio (who is handling the port) revealed more of the features that will be included in the PS Vita version of the game.&nbsp;</p><p>First off, you'll be able to export the game's music to your PS Vita library so you can listen to it outside of the game.</p><p>Secondly, the PS Vita version will have cross-save support with the PS4 version, meaning you can carry on the same game across PlayStation platforms.</p><p>Thirdly, there will be touchscreen support for the maps so you can draw on them with your finger.</p><p>Lastly, it will be fully compatible with PlayStation TV meaning you can stream it on to the big screen from your PS Vita.</p><p>Developer Inti Creates also revealed a new stretch goal obtainable at the $4.75 million mark. Reaching it means a new side story mini-game will be available separately on the 3DS eShop and PSN Store for PS Vita.</p><p>However, there are only four days left on the Kickstarter and that goal is about $1 million away. So that may not happen. We'll have to wait and see.</p><p>If you're not familiar, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is an exploration-focused action platformer that takes place in a gothic, demon-fill castle.</p><p>It's the spiritual successor to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night&nbsp;and is being headed by that game's&nbsp;designer, Koji Igarashi.</p><p>Read more about it and the PS Vita version in our previous post.</p>&#;

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3、�<p>Gunbrick and Platform Panic creator Nitrome has quickly become one of our favourite developers, so it was a real treat to get a first glimpse at the studio's next crop of mobile games at this year's PG Connects.</p><p>These games should all hit iOS and Android in the coming months. Because while Nitrome is still a tiny firm, the workforce is split up into even tinier twosomes who can crank out these micro games in a matter of weeks.</p><p>So, here's your first glimpse of what's to come from the developer.</p>Green Ninja: Year of the Frog<p>This one is a level-based action-puzzler called Green Ninja: Year of the Frog. The controls are simple: you just swipe in one of four directions to send your kung fu frog flying, kicking any enemy it hits along the way.</p><p>When you hit the wall you'll either latch on and be ready for your next kick, or you'll slide down if the surface isn't sticky.</p><p>Green Ninja is a little like Gunbrick, in that your limited movement means you have to carefully plan out our next few swipes.</p><p>Plus, while its more action-packed than Nitrome's last game, you'll still have to deal with switches and traps and obstacles.</p>Magic Touch<p>Next up is Magic Touch, which is all about defending your castle from falling enemies by popping their balloons. And you do that, by drawing out the doodle that's shown on the side of their balloon.</p><p>Things start off easily with simply lines and angles, but you'll soon have to frantically scribble down complex shapes and spirals as you're inundated with foes. Luckily, you'll have some power-ups that can do things like freeze enemies.</p><p>This one's based on a Flash game of the same name, but has been revamped with fresh artwork and, of course, touchscreen controls.</p>Silly Sausage<p>One of the best things about Gunbrick is that its controls worked perfectly on a phone, and the game didn't feel like it was crying out for a controller at every turn.</p><p>Silly Sausage - a game about a sausage dog in a colourful candy world - has a completely different way of controlling the action, but it's similarly suitable for touchscreen.</p><p>This one works like Nokia time sink Snake, and you move simply by swiping to make your sausage dog shift into a different direction. But you'll generate a longer and longer body as you go, which puts your doggy in danger.</p><p>You'll also have to watch out for traps and dangers, and avoid surfaces that you cannot latch onto.</p>Which one of these games are you most looking forward to playing? Hit us up in the comments.

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