They sought their shame that so their shame did find;
She that her fame so to herself contrives,
downloadapkinstaller.com<p>Solo developer Chris McFarland has launched his challenging action-roguelite Tallowmere on iOS today.</p><p>This is a game that falls into the "punishing but fair" category. You should already know if that's your kind of gaming experience. If it is, clock in below to find out more.</p><p>Tallowmere has you seeing how far you can progress through Lady Tallowmere's procedurally generated dungeons. That's about it.</p><p>While the goal is simple enough, the finer details of achieving it is where the complexity is found.</p><p>These are the basics as described by McFarland: </p>Raise your shield to block enemy attacksLower your shield and strike your foes when the timing is rightJump or move to avoid traps, or use your shield to reduce damage takenFind the key to advance to the next room. <p>So it's a game of timing and perception. You'll need to concentrate. But your limits will be tested as each room is bigger and more dangerous than the last. Eventually you're bound to make a mistake.</p><p>Door Kickers. I still love that title. It's perfect for a game that is at least partly about kicking down doors.</p><p>Even better, though - after being out for five months or so on iPad it's got its first price drop.</p><p>Rather than the full price of £3.99 / $4.99 you can pick it up right now for just £1.49 / $1.99.</p><p>That's well worth it even if we don't have a review that proves it. To make up for it here's a brief description.</p><p>You control a SWAT team from a top-down view with the mission of infiltrating various facilities, usually to shoot the terrorists and save the hostages inside.</p><p>It's done in a turn-based style in which you draw paths for each team member to follow. You micro-manage their movements right down to the direction they're facing.
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<p>By now you guys will know where my weak spots lie, and one of them is the stunningly illustrated frames from the upcoming puzzler, Gorogoa.</p><p>First announced several years ago - and an original estimate release of Q2 2016 - its new reveal trailer makes it hard not to fall in love with the game even more.</p><p>The basic premise of the game shows a story being told through the way we manipulate the level. By clicking each of the sections and by moving the frames around, it brings about new ways to solve the challenges than originally meets the eye.</p><p>Of course, we can't look past the hand-drawn illustrations that make up the game. Emphasised even more so from the recent trailer, the drawings look like they've leapt straight out of a storybook.</p><p>There's no specific release date for Gorogoa as of yet, but it's slated to drop sometime in Spring 2017 on PC at least. Though the iOS and Android versions are planned, there's no news on whether they'll be released sooner rather than later.</p>
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