<p>Google has announced that its reward system Google Play Points, that was previously only available in Korea and Japan will be making its way to the US starting from today.</p><p>It's a free to join service that will allow you to accrue Play Points simply by making purchases through Google Play. This includes movies, books, in-app purchases and games. There will also be opportunities to earn bonus points by downloading featured free apps and games.</p><p>On top of that, there will also be weekly points events which will increase the number of points you earn on books, movies and select games. Which games that includes isn't stated, though that's presumably because it will change frequently.</p><p> </p><p>There will be various levels to the membership that range from Bronze to Platinum. Which membership you will qualify for depends entirely on the number of points you've accrued up to that point. Higher levels will include additional perks, with weekly prizes being the example they gave. If you're interested you can find out more about these perks on Google's Support page.</p><p>The points you've earned can be used for in-app items on certain games like Candy Crush or Pokemon Go or you can buy discount coupons and Google Play Credit. How many Play Points you'll need to have to buy any of these choices and how long it will take remains to be seen.</p>Top 25 best strategy games on Android<p>Until your membership level increases you will earn 1 Play Point for every $1 you spend, though that will increase as your membership does. However, when you sign up to the service you will earn three times as many points for the first seven days.</p><p>Google Play Points will be available in the US starting today. If you'd like to find out how to access it, check out Google's support document. There are currently no details on whether or not it will make its way to other regions in the future.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
1、<p>Alongside the announcement of Homeworld 3at PAX West Gearbox also announced that would also be a Homeworld game heading to mobile too. It's currently calling Homeworld Mobile but that's expected to change. There's no official release date or which operating system it will be on.</p><p>In truth, there are very little details about the game at all. All we've really seen of the game so far is the teaser trailer which you can watch below. We do know that you'll be able to gain early access to Homeworld Mobile if you contribute to Homeworld 3's Fig campaign. If you're unfamiliar with Fig it's a crowdsourcing site in a similar vein to Kickstarter. </p><p>We also know that the game is being developed by Stratosphere Games who you may know for making Warzone: Clash of Generals and Idle War – Tank Tycoon. Both aren't too dissimilar from Clash Royale, though Idle War is more of a singleplayer take on the genre, a kind of static tower defence game.</p>Feeling it break, with bleeding groans they pine,
2、"You know the doctor and I are Conservatives."The beginning lines(beta)<p>Football games have been reiterations of the same formula year after year for decades now. Every FIFA is basically the same one as the previous year's with a few names swapped around.</p><p>But Sidewindie Games are creating a football game that brings something fresh to the genre. It's all about performing fancy dribbling skills.</p><p>It's called Soccer Star Ace, and while it's very early on into its development, it's already looking quite impressive. Take a look at the animation from the game below.</p><p>
4、<p>Pebble Universe from developer Itatake (the recently released Rest in Pieces) is one of those early physics-based puzzlers, the type of which we don’t get as many of nowadays. You know the ones: Cut the Rope, Angry Birds, World of Goo, etc. The news today is that Itatake has decided to update its 7-year-old title, positioning it as a sort of retro blast-from-the-past for mobile gamers everywhere.</p><p>The game revolves around cute creatures called pebbles and the ‘soot-black’ monsters who hunt them. The pebbles have learned to defend themselves by smashing their heads together, thus creating an explosion. You’ll have to utilise these defensive tactics while completing timing-based challenges through what sounds like a fairly lengthy campaign.</p><p>According to the press release, the new version includes over 100 updated levels. I’m not sure if the developer is saying that the levels have been altered, or if Itatake means the new version includes levels which were added previously through updates? Either way, that’s a lot of levels.</p><p>I never got around to playing the original version back in 2012, though reading through our review from release makes me think I probably missed out on a decent time. Our reviewer praised Pebble Universe’s precise gameplay and attempts to do something slightly different, though noted that the level of difficulty may be off-putting for some, before awarding it a bronze rating.</p>
2、Yes. The controller mechanism at The Fight Simulator is excessively straightforward. Frequently in kinds of plan games ask that you calculate plan and strategy.
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