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1、<p>Here's an interesting one for you: the founders of Vine decided to bring out a live trivia game called HQ and you can win real money with it too.</p><p>As pointed out by TechCrunch last week, it's a bit like Facebook Live meets Who Wants to be a Millionaire where you take part against a huge number of other players and try to win big. Prizes ranging from tens/hundreds of dollars to tonight's whopping $1,250 are up for grabs, but it's not a gambling app.</p><p>At the allotted time each day you can pull up the app on your iPhone/iPad, wait for the competition to begin, and try to answer each multiple choice question within 10 seconds to progress to the next round. The game starts off with super simple questions before venturing into harder ones, really whittling out the competition.</p><p>Those that do have a mind of steel will either take home their winnings, or split the grand prize with other winners, via PayPal. Though the app is still young there's a lot of praise and promise surrounding it as an exciting, fast-paced, and interactive experience.</p><p>If you have an appropriate device you can download HQ for free on the App Store. Games take place at 9 PM EDT.</p><p>Have any of you guys had a shot at the game yet? Let us know in the comments below.</p><p>If you've found yourself waiting for your next managerial fix in a football game then this news might be of great interest to you. Soccer Manager 2020 is available now for iOS and Android and, as it's a free-to-play game, you can give it a try to see if it's worth sticking with.</p><p>As yearly sports games tend to do, Soccer Manager 2020 looks to build on its predecessor in several ways. There have been a few tweaks to the suite of features already on offer and a couple of new ones have been added to the game as well.</p><p>The previous iteration of Soccer Manager introduced the 3D match engine for the first time in the series. This year that's been tinkered with so that players will make more intelligent decisions on the pitch as well as having new animations so their slick through balls look even better.</p>
4、<p>A week ago we had news that Yo-Kai Watch's newest smartphone game was to be revealed in a special stream this week. While we were hoping that the new AR game wouldn't hop too eagerly on the GO bandwagon, it is just that.</p><p>by William Shakespeare
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2、<p>It was only three weeks ago that Feral Interactive announced that they would be releasing the XCOM 2 Collection for iOS but it's quickly become a highly anticipated title for Apple users. Now you don't have to wait any longer as the game is available for iPhone and iPad.</p><p>It will feature a completely redesigned UI that has been optimised for touch screen controls. A series of push, pinch and drag gestures will control the camera when scanning the battlefield whilst tapping on your troops' icons will bring up a list of their abilities. The UI for the Avenger has also been refined and you can check out what that looks like in the embedded tweet below. <p>The XCOM 2 Collection puts players at the helm of the Avenger, XCOM’s mobile headquarters.The Avenger has been upgraded for iOS with refined navigation and a streamlined UI, including a priorities notification system, and quick loadouts as soldiers are readied for deployment. pic.twitter.com/mlEGal1PQ4— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) November 3, 2020As you can probably imagine, XCOM 2 Collection will be a very demanding game for most mobile devices. Fortunately, Feral Interactive has provided a list of compatible iPhones and iPad so you can quickly find out if yours can run the game:</p><p>• iPhone 7 Plus• iPhone 8 Plus• iPhone X• iPhone XS / XS Max• iPhone XR• iPhone 11• iPhone 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max• iPhone SE (2nd generation, 2020)</p>XCOM 2 Collection review: "Play it! If you can"<p>iPads</p><p>• iPad mini (5th generation, 2019)• iPad Air (3rd generation, 2019)• iPad (7th generation, 2019)• iPad Pro (2nd generation, 2017: 10.5", 12.9")• iPad Pro (3rd generation, 2018: 11", 12.9")• iPad Pro (4th generation, 2020: 11", 12.9")</p><p>XCOM 2 Collection is available now over on the App Store. It is a premium game that will cost £23.99 / $24.99 / €27,99, this will include four pieces of DLC without additional IAPs required to purchase them. An Android version of the game is also reportedly in the works. </p>Looking for more excellent strategy games you can play on the go? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad<p> </p><p> </p>
3、<p>Nintendo has big plans for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with new promises of amiibo for all veteran characters coming at some point in the near future. The company revealed on its Japanese website that Pichu and Ice Climbers are getting amiibo soon. However, Nintendo also announced that any Smash Bros. fighter that doesn’t have an amiibo will be getting one in time, including characters like Snake and Young Link. </p><p>This is pretty big news for fans, as every character in Smash Bros. history will feature in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. All characters that weren’t included in the Wii U and 3DS versions of Smash will be getting their own amiibo for the first time.</p><p>Players can use amiibo in Super Smash Bros. to add that character to a fight as a figure player. You can fight with or against them, leveling them up to improve their stats and learn new techniques.</p><p>Super Smash Bros. Ultimate arrives on Nintendo Switch on December 7, 2018.</p><p>At Gamescom back in August, we learnt about MADFINGER Games' newest mobile game, Shadowgun War Games. Not only did it debut for the first time, there was also a tournament which showed off the game's capabilities in eSports-style competition.</p><p>