2、<p>Apple's hosting an "Amazing Fantasy Games" sale on its App Store right now.</p><p>The sale includes 16 games that have seen their prices considerably slashed. Among them are greats such as Final Fantasy games, Monster Hunter, Radiation Island, and many more.</p><p>You can see the full list of the games below. We've also provided our coverage of the games, their current sale price, and links to the App Store</p>Badland - £1.49 / $1.99 - buy on the App StoreLimbo - £1.49 / $1.99 - buy on the App StoreBlock Fortress - 79p / 99c - buy on the App StoreEvoland - £1.49 / $1.99 - buy on the App StoreFinal Fantasy III - £4.99 / $6.99 - buy on the App StoreRavensword: Shadowlands - £2.29 / $2.99 - buy on the App StoreTerraria - £1.49 / $1.99 - buy on the App StoreFinal Fantasy IV - £5.99 / $7.99 - buy on the App StoreMonster Hunter Freedom Unite - £4.99 / $6.99 - buy on the App StoreGoblin Sword - 79p / 99c - buy on the App StoreHeroes and Castles 2 - 79p / 99c - buy on the App Store Oceanhorn - £2.99 / $3.99 - buy on the App StoreRadiation Island - 79p / 99c - buy on the App StoreFinal Fantasy V - £5.99 / $7.99 - buy on the App StoreThe Bard's Tale - 79p / 99c - buy on the App StoreHero Emblems - £1.49 / $1.99 - buy on the App Store僵尸不要跑（试玩版） MOD APKContentment with our lot is an element of happiness.
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4、<p>Game developer Arnold Rauers has released Gnomitaire for free on Android and iOS devices.</p><p>It’s an original Solitaire-style game where you order 16 randomly generated cards into 4 columns by matching the correct card types. You build up your decks of cards and have to stack them into applicable orders while a disgruntled Gnome fella eggs you on. It’s an interesting take on the classic formula and a twist that fans of the genre may enjoy.</p><p>The game lends itself well to short five minute gameplay sessions, allowing for quick shifts of tense puzzle play as you try to beat your high score. There’s also a challenge mode for an additional burst of difficulty, in which you are put against nine other friendly foes as you each compete to reach the highest score and secure the best ranks. See this trailer for more details.</p><p>Aficionados of old school dungeon crawlers will instantly appreciate the merits of a game like Lootbox RPG. It doesn’t require overly flashy visuals nor does it rely on an overblown story to keep players entertained - instead it relies purely on well-honed and time-honoured RPG mechanics, similar in mold to classic titles like Angband and Gauntlet.</p><p>Lootbox’s story is suitably simplistic, in which you assume the role of an in-experienced demon child set the task of protecting the realm of his father - who also just happens to be the ‘Great Unholiness’, so it’s safe to assume that you have some pretty big shoes to fill.</p><p>Guiding your character through the top-down blocky 2D environments that is your father’s kingdom, you’ll experience all of the classic RPG tropes that you’ve come to expect, with turn based mechanics, an in-depth progression system, and a host of equipment and potions to equip along the way. It’s seldom that we see a solo-developer pull off a game as accomplished as Lootbox, but having already found acclaim with another previous RPG title, Silversword, developer Mario J. Gaida is proving that it doesn’t always take a big budget to put together a great game.</p>