1、You will be cast as a stickman enthusiast and restrain him. At every phase of the trip, you’re taken to a different map. There’ll be creatures here. They attack you and you have to use the abilities of that the stickman. You will battle the stage to be finished by the Boss and continue to the phase. Remember that creatures will get more powerful through every stage and also make you harder. Therefore gear and power stones are dropped to enhance the energy of your character.
4、<p>It's been a long time since I last got to put up a stock post, but hopefully it won't be too long until the next one.</p><p>A whopping month and a bit since any substantial stock came back into stores, Argos (UK) seems to have gotten a small scattering. 387-ish branches have the Grey in stock, whilst nearer 400 have the Neon.</p><p>Whilst the likes of Very.co.uk and Amazon.co.uk are currently accepting pre-orders for certain bundles, it doesn't look like Nintendo.co.uk will be restocking the Neon version any time soon. The Grey version, however, is due back in stock in a couple of weeks.</p><p>North America's not faring that much better as the only retailer with any stock levels is GameStop, and only for the Neon version bundles (costing about $469-$499), not for the Switch by itself.</p><p>If you're desperate for a Switch but missed the tide, don't forget to check at your local retailers for fun anyway. A couple of months ago I found a few Switch consoles sitting on a shelf in Sainsburys, so it's worth having a look.</p>
1、<p>Taimumaru: Complete Edition is a retro-inspired platformer where you play as a young wizard catgirl called Himari, who has been sent on a journey to restore balance to time. It's available now on the Switch.</p><p>Despite being touted as a retro platformer the trailer of Taimumari suggests there's a little more going on than just jumping over spikes. Though there's definitely still plenty of that. But there are also sections where Himari is flying and it more closely resembles an Ikaruga-style game. Similarly, some of the bosses fire a plethora of orbs in various directions like in bullet hell games.</p><p>The developers Victory Road say that it's a hardcore action experience so you don't expect a relaxing time if you decide to pick it up. You'll gather various abilities as you progress through the game which looks to include bombs, flight, swords and glowing yo-yo style projectiles. It seems to be quite the mix.</p>
2、<p>Merchant developer Retora Games has just announced another entry in its popular idle RPG series. Merchant: Guilds, as it's known, is a direct sequel to the 2014 mobile and PC original, and it's currently slated to launch for iOS and Android next year.<p>pic.twitter.com/ISHMnreNtj— Retora Games (@RetoraGames) August 6, 2020The game will combine tycoon RPG mechanics with an MMO-style guild system to deliver a more modern experience. You'll be able to recruit your fellow players and friends to join your guild, trade handy resources, take part in raids, and maybe even compete against rival guilds to scale the weekly, monthly, and all-time leaderboards.</p><p>And this isn't the only Merchant game in active development, with turn-based RPG Merchant: Heroes currently in early access for Android. Heroes moved from the pixel art style of the original game to a slightly grittier comic book look. Stephen wrote up a full story on that one back in February, if you're keen to learn more.</p>