<p>If you're a fan of Love You To Bits, you'll be pleased to hear that Alike Studio's latest game, Bring You Home, has just been announced.
1、Updated 15th December, 12:06 PM: Right on schedule, Jump or Stay is now available for you to download free-to-play on iOS.<p>The concept is super simple - if the spike is the same colour as the platform you need to jump, if the spike is a different colour to the platform you need to stay. Simple - but actually really hard.</p><p>Try and see how far you can go before suffering an attack from the devious trigger-finger. Grab the game free-to-play on the App Store now.</p><p>It's time to move on from sales and introduce you to a cracking looking game coming out December 15th on iOS and Android. Get ready to play Jump or Stay.</p><p>This beautiful game was made by ColorBlind Studios and Umbrella and has one very simple goal – complete the level without dying. Jump or Stay is a reflex runner designed to look super simple but in practice it's actually quite a lot harder as you've got to remember the correct rules for the correct section.</p><p>As you could guess from the title you've got to either jump over an obstacle or stay your ground as the obstacle could rise over your head. This is determined via the colour pattern, e.g. matching colours = jump, or different colours = stay. It explains it a little better in the trailer below so take a look at that.</p><p>Jump or Stay will be available on iOS on the 15th December and judging from the company's previous release it'll probably be free-to-play, though we'll update you when we know.</p>
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2、"If it isn't the proper thing I won't wear it," she said, with a sigh of regret for a lost dream.<p>Earlier this year, LifeAfter held a crossover event that saw characters from Capcom’s Resident Evil series make an appearance in the post-apocalyptic survival game. NetEase Games has now begun the second phase of this event, which will go live on Thursday, 3rd December, and run on until 17th December.</p><p>As the title “The Final Battle” implies, the event involves players uniting to deal the final blow to the Umbrella Corporation. Fan favourite characters such as Leon Kennedy, Jill Valentine and Ada Wong make an appearance, as well as series villains such as Albert Wesker and Resident Evil 2’s Tyrant.</p><p>All items from the first event from August will return during the new event, including Leon and Ada’s classic outfits, the motorcycle, and limited Resident Evil-themed decorations and pendants. Phase 2 will also introduce new outfits for Jill and Wesker, with new items such as a backpack and a picture frame also being made available during the event.</p><p>Here’s a trailer to show you more of the LifeAfter x Resident Evil event. As you can see, you’ll be able to enjoy the familiar LifeAfter experience within Resident Evil’s R.P.D. setting.</p>
3、<p>Bullet Hell Monday Finale is developer Masayuki Ito's latest danmaku shooter, building upon the solid foundations laid by his earlier work. It offers no shortage of bullet hell shmup action, and it's launched today for iOS and Android.</p><p>While the genre isn't exactly known for being welcoming to newcomers, Finale aims to change that by opening up progression, offering difficulty modes, and allowing you to skip any section you find to be particularly tricky. The earlier levels have been designed to teach you the basics, easing you into the experience to avoid any potential frustrations.</p>