"Who owns the house?"<p>DeNA and The Pokemon Company are working together on the next Pokemon mobile game. This information comes as a result of DeNA's recent investor briefing where it was made clear that the partnership had been fully agreed and that a speculative March 2020 release date had been pigeonholed for the project.</p><p>This isn't the first time that DeNA have worked with Nintendo, they handled development of most of the larger Nintendo mobile properties: Miitomo, Super Mario Run, Fire Emblem Heroes, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. They're also attached to the Mario Kart Tour project, which we're all very excited about.</p><p>DeNA: teamed up with Pokémon Co. to release a smartphone game by March next year. More to be announced when appropriate. pic.twitter.com/8XjhyOmebw— Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) May 10, 2019<p>The source of the information, tech reporter Takashi Mochizuki, added that Pokemon Co. doesn't have the same pricing philosophy as Nintendo. In a posted quote it was stated that Nintendo follow the belief that a lower point of entry will minimize any backlash from consumers, thus preserving the brand. The Pokemon Company and DeNA's pricing intents appear to be starkly different, with the CEO of DeNA stating that they are 'counting on' revenue from the upcoming game.</p><p>What could a new Pokemon game look like on mobile? While many would prefer a more traditional adventure title for handsets, Nintendo are unlikely to move core series outings away from their own platforms. Personally I'm hoping that the team will use their experience with the Fire Emblem franchise to create an experience which is close to 2012's Pokemon Conquest game.</p>Of course we reviewed Pokemon Conquest when it launched! We declared 'More Pokemon spin-off delight as Pokemon Conquest proves an entirely enjoyable ordeal' and awarded the strategy game a Silver Rating.<p>Regardless of what form the title takes, we have little to go on outside of speculation at the moment. We'll be keeping our eyes peeled for updates, however, so it is well worth checking back with us as more information becomes available.</p>Looking for the latest news on upcoming games? We have a section for that.<p>Source: Takashi Mochizuki (Twitter), via Toucharcade</p><p>Down in Bermuda was among the original roster of Apple Arcade games when the service launched last year. Being released alongside so many titles also means there's a good chance it might have slipped under most folk's radar, especially given the coverage the likes of Sayonara Wildhearts and Grindstone received.</p><p>But if you're yet to give the game a try, it does have a good pedigree behind it. It was developed by Yak & Co, the makers of the excellent Agent A, which received its final episode in August last year. Down in Bermuda has also had a sizeable update too, meaning there's more content to tuck into for new and existing players alike.</p><p>The update introduces Shipwreck island to Down in Bermuda, a storm-stricken island that's littered with pirate treasure, mer-folk and a big orange Kraken you'll need to deal with. This means more puzzles to solve and mysteries to uncover as you make your way across the archipelago.</p><p>Elsewhere there's been a few quality of life changes to the touch controls. Yak & Co say they'll now feel more responsive and intuitive than before, with the adjustments being made based on player feedback.</p>
A LION demanded the daughter of a woodcutter in marriage. The Father, unwilling to grant, and yet afraid to refuse his request, hit upon this expedient to rid himself of his importunities. He expressed his willingness to accept the Lion as the suitor of his daughter on one condition: that he should allow him to extract his teeth, and cut off his claws, as his daughter was fearfully afraid of both. The Lion cheerfully assented to the proposal. But when the toothless, clawless Lion returned to repeat his request, the Woodman, no longer afraid, set upon him with his club, and drove him away into the forest.
<p>AdventureQuest 3D is set to have an awesome crossover event with the nu-metal band Korn. Players will be invited to attend a concert that will see the metal legends play material from their new album 'The Nothing'. While they do so you'll be battling against Korn inspired monsters in the mosh pit. The virtual gig will start on 20th August.</p><p>It reminds me a little bit of the virtual Marshmello gig that happened in Fortnite earlier this year. The only difference, in my opinion, being that it's better because it's Korn and not Marshmello. Well, that and this concert will be an event that repeats over the next month and you get to fight things throughout it rather than just watch.</p><p>The event will also see the inclusion of an exclusive boss monster called the Dollageddon. If you recognise this rather unnerving creature that's because it's the little Doll that originally appeared on the album cover for Korn's album 'Issues' and reappeared later on the artwork for 'The Serenity of Suffering'.</p><p>Any new players who join before the event will automatically be given a ticket to the gig. Meanwhile, existing players will have to purchase a ticket from Mosh Pit Marauder armour for 100g. Beyond that there is a VIP package you can buy that will include various Korn themed items, the Mosh Pit Marauder armour and the ability to travel in the form of one of the monsters from the gig.</p><p>I love crossover events like these, it's always nice to see different mediums coming together to create something cool. In particular, if you enjoy Korn's music seeing AdventureQuest versions of Jonathan Davis and co performing is probably not something you'd ever expect to see, but now you can.</p><p>So if you are a fan of Korn though and fancy catching them live in the virtual realm, then AdventureQuest 3D is a free-to-play MMORPG and it's available on the App Store and Google Play.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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<p>Previous Big Indie Pitch participant Golden Bite Games has finally launched their puzzle platformer, Disco Party, on iOS.</p><p>As another Lemmings-like game coming out in the world today, the idea of the game is to get your character to their friend, wherever they may be standing. Collect all three golden records and you'll get a nice, big score to brag about.</p><p>Use your wits and switch up the floor to help your little auto-bumbling character to their goal. It sounds fairly harmless but with pitfalls, bouncers, and mechanised spikes sticking out of the floor, you'd wonder how the nightclub hadn't been closed down yet.</p><p>There are 60 hand-crafted levels across four stages, and a nice selection of groovy soundtracks to really get those funky moves on.</p><p>Grab Disco Party now on the App Store for £1.49/$1.99 and keep on dancing…er…walking.</p>A GNAT came and said to a Lion, "I do not in the least fear you, nor are you stronger than I am. For in what does your strength consist? You can scratch with your claws and bite with your teeth an a woman in her quarrels. I repeat that I am altogether more powerful than you; and if you doubt it, let us fight and see who will conquer." The Gnat, having sounded his horn, fastened himself upon the Lion and stung him on the nostrils and the parts of the face devoid of hair. While trying to crush him, the Lion tore himself with his claws, until he punished himself severely. The Gnat thus prevailed over the Lion, and, buzzing about in a song of triumph, flew away. But shortly afterwards he became entangled in the meshes of a cobweb and was eaten by a spider. He greatly lamented his fate, saying, "Woe is me! that I, who can wage war successfully with the hugest beasts, should perish myself from this spider, the most inconsiderable of insects!"
<p>Napoleon is the linchpin in Hunted Cow's latest iOS strategy game Peninsular War Battles.</p><p>Across five campaigns consisting of 40 missions, you'll play as the British, French, and Spanish while Napoleon tries to take over Portugal and Spain.</p><p>Hunted Cow reckons that each battle is a thoroughly researched simulation. As such, the tactical options available to each commander are as they would have been in the real-life battle.</p><p>As you'd expect, then, all uniforms and flags have also been recreated with acute detail.</p><p>If you're a history buff, or a slave to your love of strategy games, or perhaps both, Peninsular War Battles is probably worth your pennies.</p><p>It's available for £8.99 / $12.99 on the App Store right now. Forward march. </p>
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