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2、<p>First up, a disclaimer:While some of the Tales of games released on mobile made it on western shore, there's no guarantee that this one will make it here. Still, we feel that fans of the series should be aware of its existence.</p><p>It's not the first time that Tales of is getting the mobile treatment. we had ports of older games and new ones specifically made for mobile. But nothing has been really considered successful so far.</p><p>Tales of the Rays attempts to emulate the series' renowned combat system but with touch in mind. The game also features a brand new story set in the world of Tir na Norg.</p><p>It features some characters returning from previous Tales of games and they should be familiar with fans.</p><p>Here's the first trailer for the game with some gameplay:</p>Tiny Fantasy: Epic Action Adventure RPG game(Unlimited Mana)
3、The Partridge and the Fowler
4、<p>It's been ten years of Angry Birds as of - oh, today. It's been an absolutely massive ten years for Rovio and the Birds, a decade filled with innovations and cross-brand promotions. It's hard to deny that Rovio's flagship IP has very much become the Mario of mobile gaming - and considering the speed at which changes roll out in the handheld industry, that's an incredible feat.</p><p>In TV they apparently say that the true marker of the success of a show is 'six seasons and a movie'. Angry Birds has 25+ releases, multiple toy ranges, two movies, and much much more under its belt - that doesn't even compare to the success markers for that much older version of media.</p><p>They've achieved this by being first past the post on several counts, no mobile game had partnered with NASA before, the powerful brand licensing behind the Angry Birds: Star Wars deal, they adapted to Free-to-play as the industry shifted, and have stepped outside of the genre multiple times, including RPGs, Bubble-busting and, well, being great at marketing. </p>
2、Jupiter and the Monkey
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