2、Apart from that drawback, almost everything in-game is fantastic. Let’s explore the classic Jurassic worlds where you goona finds 80+ unique dinosaurs and many ancient primal creatures. It’s your job to survive in such a hostile environment, attack on enemies, and make proper strategies to win these fights for survival. Enjoy the powerful animal kingdom. You are going to encounter all types of animals habitats, including water, land, and underground. It feels too natural when you are going to involve in yourself such a natural living ecosystem.GoGo Hero: Survival Battle Royale Online(No skill cooling)<p>Days of Wonder will be rolling out a huge 2.0 update to its digital rail adventure board game Ticket to Ride on November 19th.</p><p>We've been able to bring you a preview of the update before it arrives in a couple of days. This includes the first screenshots and basic information.</p><p>Let's get started, shall we?</p><p>This update essentially reworks the entire digital version of Ticket to Ride from the ground up, giving it more modern functionality.</p><p>First off, this includes making it a universal app at long last. Yep, you'll no longer need separate versions for tablet and phones.</p><p>The new version will easily adapt to the size of your screen automatically and has a bespoke and simplified interface for both big and small displays.</p><p>Also being added is asynchronous multiplayer and cross-platform features. This means you can play multiple games at once and do so against people across mobile, tablet, and PC.</p><p>Ticket to Ride's digital version will also get its first vertical map, located in India, with this update. This will also open the game up to more maps as many of the game's expansions use the vertical format.</p><p>You can also expect new social media sharing capabilities. This includes sharing end-game reports, inviting and managing friends, and improved leaderboards.</p><p>You can also choose emoticons to display during online games to remark on the course of the match.</p><p>The 2.0 update will be free for people who already own the digital version of Ticket to Ride.</p><p>Otherwise you'll be able to pick it up for £4.99 / $6.99 on the App Store and Google Play, or £6.99 / $9.99 on Steam.</p>Want more? We've got it<p>That's the gist of this update. But we spoke to Days of Wonder to get a few more details for you.</p><p>What you can read below is a quick Q&A we did on the asynchronous multiplayer, the new India map, and transferring saves between platforms.</p>PG: How exactly will the asynchronous multiplayer work?DOW: The new asynchronous multiplayer introduces a new so-called "Multi Session" mode, that allows players to play a game and pause it at any moment.<p>When a player resumes the ongoing game, they see what the previous players did, and they can play if it's their turn to do so.</p><p>A Player Clock runs while it's the player's turn to play. Each player is allocated a preset amount of time to play the entire game - it works exactly like a Chess Clock.</p><p>This amount of time is set by the player who created the game - from minutes to weeks. When the Player Clock times out, the player is replaced by a robot so that the game can be finished by the other players.</p><p>The other difference between real time games and Multi Session games is that several Multi Session games can be played at the same time.</p><p>When it's a player's turn to play, they receive a notification on their device. As explained below, it works across devices: if you have an iPhone and a PC under Steam, you will receive the notification on both machines.</p><p>Asynchronous Gaming is great for players who want to play the game at a different pace.</p><p>Competitive players will also use it a lot for online tournaments, because the Player Clock greatly limits abuses and the pause feature resolves the problem of accidental disconnections.</p><p>Last but not least mobile users with poor data coverage will also enjoy the feature, since they can jump back in the game after disconnection without any penalties.</p>PG: You mention that the new India map is the first vertical one. How does this change how the game plays?DOW: The in-game user interface has been enhanced to support vertical maps. These will be especially appreciated on tablets and phones (you just rotate the device).<p>This also opens the road for future maps, since many expansions of the board game use the vertical format.</p><p>The India map itself brings a new brand way of playing by introducing loops called mandala.</p><p>On the India map players choosing to reach two cities though a mandala (connecting two cities with a loop) will get more points.</p>PG: Will players be able to switch between PC and mobile and transfer saves when doing so?DOW: We're excited to strengthen the current digital experience with even more functionality to meet the needs of our fans.<p>That is why it seemed essential to allow players on mobile devices, tablets and computers to play together, wherever they are and at any time, by creating an asynchronous multiplayer mode.</p><p>Players can thus easily switch between PC and mobile and transfer any match they have at any time!</p><p>All they need to do is to log in with their Days of Wonder account, and they will see their ongoing games, regardless of the device or computer used previously.</p>
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1、<p>To celebrate the upcoming solar eclipse, developer Ossian Studios has made their third-person RPG The Shadow Sun free for a limited time on iOS, its lowest discount since release.</p><p>In a world where the sun is consumed by shadow, you embark on a quest to stop the apocalyptic phenomenon; your journey through The Shadow Sun takes you across a desert landscape, engaging in tough battles with a bevy of skills and gear, and meet a host of unique companions and characters.</p><p>The game's "rich world, immersive lore, and forest of side-quest" earned it a Silver Award, particular noting an engaging story and enjoyable combat.</p><p>You can download The Shadow Sun on the App Store.</p>
3、<p>Spyro: Reignited Trilogy, the long awaited Spyro remaster we've been hearing rumors about for months, was announced last week, but we were a little more than disappointed to find that the remake won’t be coming to Switch (at least just yet). However, there might be hope, after all, as a listing for the game briefly appeared on the UK Nintendo eShop.</p><p>The listing shows “Spyro the Dragon Remastered” up for pre-order at £39.99, with a full description that matches the official ones already seen at other retailers for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. The listing was missing a picture and release date, but it looks pretty legit.</p><p>The remastered trilogy includes revamped versions of Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage, and Spyro: Year of the Dragon. Spyro: Reignited Trilogy is expected to launch on September 21 on PS4 and Xbox One for now, though hopefully this elusive eShop listing means a Switch version won’t be far off.</p>Many thanks to Nintendo Wire for the eShop screenshot.