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<p>Marvel Super War is NetEase's latest venture into the MOBA realm. As you'll guess from the name it'll have all of your favourite Marvel heroes and villains as playable characters to take into 5v5 matches. It's probably still a while away from being available in most of the world though as its second beta test will begin on the 21st November in selected counties.</p><p>Those countries will be India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. The first beta included those same countries with the exception of Singapore, so the countries involved are slowly expanding.</p><p>As for the game itself, it's pretty much what you might expect when you hear there's going to be a Marvel MOBA. You'll be able to pick from a roster of heroes and villains from across the large catalogue of different Marvel series' and then do battle whilst knocking down towers and ultimately destroying your opponent's base.</p>Racing in Car 2021(Unlimited Money)"Do you know who Mr. Ford is, Captain Jim?" asked Anne, seeing that Captain Jim's fountain of reminiscence had run out for the present. "I want you to guess."THE LAND OF DREAMS AMONG
<p>"Ever wondered what happened to the old mobile phone you threw away?"</p><p>This is how the description of Burn the Boards opens up. It's how the creators introduce the game. And they should, as it's a game that will answer that question.</p><p>It has you playing as a guy from India called Arun who moved to the city with his family to work in an e-waste facility.</p><p>You need to help him break boards in the game's puzzles to get money to feed his family while also inhaling poisonous fumes. Glamorous.</p><p>The idea in each level is to break the boards apart in the most efficient manner possible. This gets increasingly difficult as you progress but the pay-off (and dangers) also grow.</p><p>In the game's shop system, you can spend money on items to make Arun's job easier and protect his health. But you need to spend carefully otherwise your family won't eat that day.</p><p>If Super Tribes slipped under your radar, you better correct that now. This Civilization-like and Civilization-lite experience is built from the ground up for mobile and it shows.</p><p>Instead of shoehorning an interface or a gameplay not built for mobile, it perfectly understands both the weaknesses and strengths of the platform and it's one of the best Civ-like experience that you can get right now.
<p>Halloween may have been and gone but that doesn't mean the spooky-themed content is stopping just yet. NetEase's EVE Echoes will be celebrating the paranormal time of year with an event called Crimson Harvest which will run until November 10th.</p><p>During the event, players will find Crimson Harvest Anomalies scattered around the universe. They will be split into Haunted Ruins and Carnival at Cemetery variants which are low and high-level anomalies respectively. The easier version will appear more frequently across the universe with both types appearing entirely at random. </p><p>There will also be some Halloween-themed skins available in the game through the New Eden Store which sport a pumpkin-themed design with an orange and black hull alongside a flame-like effect when flying the ship. You can check out the designs in the screenshots we've included in this article. They will only be available during the event, as you might expect.</p>9th Dawn III: Shadow of Erthil review - "Elder Scrolls meets Legend of Zelda"<p>Beyond that, players will find seven new modules available in the game too. They include the Interdiction Sphere Launcher, Warp Disruption Field Generator, Warp Scrambler, Sensor Dampening, Target Painter, and a Tracking Disruptor and Guidance Disruptor.</p><p>These added modules can temporarily only be obtained through Haunted Supply Boxes whilst the event is running. From November 11th, players will be able to get through normal methods once the developers have made some final tweaks to the pirate system. These Haunted Supply Boxes may also contain the Halloween exclusive skins, with a chance they'll be permanent. Plus, the boxes can also be traded. </p><p>EVE Echoes is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>On the hunt for the very best RPGs on mobile? Well, here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPadA HARE pounced upon by an eagle sobbed very much and uttered cries like a child. A Sparrow upbraided her and said, "Where now is thy remarkable swiftness of foot? Why were your feet so slow?" While the Sparrow was thus speaking, a hawk suddenly seized him and killed him. The Hare was comforted in her death, and expiring said, "Ah! you who so lately, when you supposed yourself safe, exulted over my calamity, have now reason to deplore a similar misfortune."
<p>It's quite an interesting turn of events for developers. Every engine is trying to court them with attractive business models. From Valve's free Source 2 to Unreal Engine 4's monthly fee, there's something for every budget and every developer.</p><p>Crytek is trying something new though, with a "Pay what you want" approach to its latest version of the famous Cryengine dubbed Cryengine V.</p><p>This approach is interesting and definitely unique. It's more akin to what Humble is doing with its famous Humble Bundle. And right on time, Crytek has launched a bundle for its Cryengine assets. You can buy 3D trees and more and give all that money to charity.</p><p>This version of the Cryengine is built with VR in mind and focuses on optimization to ensure a stable framerate.</p><p>On top of that, Crytek also unveiled VRscore, a benchmarking tool built with Basemark.</p><p>Crytek also revealed a new VR experience called Sky Harbor and we should learn more about it soon, ahead of a planned summer launch on major VR HMDs.</p><p>You can now check it out over on the Crytek's official website.</p>
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