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4、'That he did in the general bosom reign<p>Apple is continuing its 2020 trend of releasing one game onto Apple Arcade per week. Whether or not this will continue as the year wears on remains to be seen but at the moment it's quickly becoming something for subscribers to look forward to. The latest addition to its library is called Secret Oops!</p><p>Secret Oops! is an AR game from Italian developers MixedBag. This makes it the fourth game on the service to offer Augmented Reality integration, with the others being Spek, Rosie's Reality and Possessions.</p><p>It's a co-operative title where the aim is for players to work together to ensure that an idiotic spy isn't discovered whilst retrieving intel that's represented by a briefcase. Using AR you'll be able to place a level into your living room or other appropriately sized space where you'll then have to guide Special Agent Charles through a maze filled with robotic guards, traps and security cameras.</p><p>With the game being played in AR this means that players can walk around the level to get different perspectives on the action as well as finding new things to interact with. In total, up to four players can work co-operatively to tackle the 35 missions found within the game on launch. More are expected to arrive in the coming months alongside new mechanics.</p><p>Talking about their ethos behind Secret Oops! Mauro Fanelli, Creative Director and CEO said: “With Secret Oops! we wanted to do something completely new and different. We had this crazy idea of a social multiplayer game in AR using multiple devices to play with the same virtual world, with a dumb spy as the main protagonist.”</p><p>He added: “We wanted the players to interact with each other, to move, to talk, to cooperate in a spontaneous way, and to bring the gameplay outside the screen. It’s a very physical game.”</p><p>Secret Oops! will be available on Apple Arcade later today. Apple Arcade is a gaming subscription service that currently has a library of over 100 games, if you're looking for more details on what's available on the service, check out our dedicated hub page.</p>Own a Switch an enjoy a bit of couch co-op with your pals? Here are 10 of the best local multiplayer games on the system
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- <p>Turns out that Silent Hills isn’t the only potential game in the franchise Konami has turned its back on. Developer Renegade Kid has revealed that its game, Dementium: The Ward, was once pitched to the publisher as a Silent Hill for the DS.</p><p>Co-founder Jools Watsham tweeted yesterday, saying, "Little known fact: We pitched "The Ward" to Konami in 2007 as something that could have become a Silent Hill DS game."</p><p>In response to a fan's question on why his studio was turned down, Wastham added, "They said they wouldn't let a "team like us" handle the Silent Hill property."</p><p>Speaking to IGN, Watsham elaborated further, saying "Our goal was always to release The Ward as an original game, but we were also open to the idea of turning it into a licensed horror game and approached Konami to see if they wanted to work together to mold it into a Silent Hill game for the Nintendo DS."</p><p>But the idea was turned down and the team went to a different publisher, Gamecock, and eventually released Dementium: The Ward as its own IP.</p><p>That didn’t stop Renegade Kid from trying again, however. It returned to Konami with another Silent Hill DS pitch, this time using shots taken from a third-person perspective in the Dementium II engine.</p><p>But again, Konami wasn't interested. Watsham said that "Konami's response that time wasn't dismissive like the first time, they simply didn't want to venture into the DS space with a horror title at that time."</p><p>Still, it’s a great story for Renegade Kid to tell, as it neatly allows the dev to drum up interest in its HD remake of Dementium: The Ward, coming to 3DS sometime this year.</p><p>Back in 2007, we gave the original game a Bronze Award, with our reviewer saying it "comes in a pretty wrapper, offering an entertaining first-person adventure light on fright."</p><p>Who knows then what it could've been like with the backing of Konami and the Silent Hill name.</p>
- <p>If you're ready to be horrified in full colour, check out the newest release of Distraint: Deluxe Edition, now out on Android and iOS.</p><p>The game is a 2D psychological horror game, which tells the story of Price, who's experiencing some regret over seizing property from an elderly woman. Featuring hand-drawn pixel graphics, the gameplay simply requires you to move left or right in order to solve various puzzles.</p>
In the game, you will start being in the role of Manager or coach, where you will get complete choice to select your favorite players of the sport in the real world like Ronaldo, Messi, and more. After selecting them and making your powerful squad, various training programs you will manage.You will perform the activities in the real world like training players, participating in the tournaments of every level, winning and getting rewarded, upgrading the players’ skills and types of equipment, and transforming the sport’s infrastructure like stadium, field, tools, etc. and many more other. Moreover, in the game, you will explore several activities to hold on to the sticky gameplay that gives you classic entertainment of the soccer world.<p>If nothing else, Japanese RPG creator Kemco has a big library of games to flog. But who can afford to buy all of them? Not many I reckon.</p><p>It makes sense, then, that every now and then the studio holds a big sale, right?</p><p>Well, that's exactly what Kemco has done as of today. There are four iOS games and seven Android games available at a discounted price for a limited time.</p><p>You can see them all below. Let's start with the iOS games:</p>Shelterra the Skyworld ($6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - App StoreInfinite Dunamis (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - App StoreRusted Emeth (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - App StoreFortuna Magus (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - App Store<p>And now for those Android RPGs:</p>Silver Nornir (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlaySymphony of the Origin (£6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayShelterra the Skyworld (£6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayCovenant of Solitude (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayCross Hearts Arcadia (£4.49 / $5.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayRusted Emeth (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayIllusion of L'Phalcia (£6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google Play
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