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4、<p>Maestria might be pretty but it certainly knows how to be tricky too.</p><p>Out for iOS now, the idea in Maestria is to ring the bells in each level in the correct order to restore Harmony.</p><p>You play as a girl called Fugue who is able to emit a circle of force that rings these bells.</p><p>And so crucial to completing each puzzle is where you place the bells in relation to Fugue's position.</p><p>Later levels have you using other characters inside the levels who will also emit a force of their own. You'll have to take all of these variables into account.</p><p>But you may also want to take a moment to appreciate the artistry of each of the levels. They've been hand-crafted by solo creator Antoine Latour with small cities, train tracks, temples, and more.
2、<p>Blackwell Deception is first up on Wadjet Eye's list of games headed to mobile, followed by Blackwell Epiphany, and then Primordia.</p><p>The news comes from a recent ask.fm post from Wadjet Eye, which notes a few roadblocks that had been holding the team up for several months.</p><p>Now that everything is better, though, development has taken off once again.</p><p>Wadjet Eye first announced its plans to begin porting its collection of adventure games to iOS in late 2013.</p><p>Some of the Blackwell games are already on mobile, including Blackwell Legacy, Blackwell Unbound, and the Silver Award-winning Blackwell Convergence.</p><p>Which Wadjet Eye game are you most looking forward to playing on mobile?</p>
3、<p>Today we see Masquerade: The Faceless finally coming to mobile at last as it launches on iOS and Android.</p><p>The 3D action/RPG, Masquerade: The Faceless, has a clean art-style and uses side-scrolling battle mechanics, but with a bit of a twist. Masquerade: The Faceless also incorporates aerial and multiple ground combos against enemies as well as employing the use of special abilities.</p><p>With three classes to choose from (Reaper, Phaedra, or Lambast), epic Boss Raid encounters, and a Mask Collection system that offers your character a change of appearance and a boost on their defensive or offensive abilities, there's plenty to be experienced.</p><p>Pick up your copy of the game now on iTunes or Google Play for free.</p><p>Prettygreat has enjoyed quite a lot of success with Land Sliders and Slide the Shakes, both critically and commercially. Thanks to their attention to details and unique mechanics, both games are examples of quick, fun-filled sessions of mobile gaming.</p><p>In time for Easter, they've both been updated with a lot of new content.</p><p>In Slide the Shakes you'll find 25 new levels and five new shakes. If you complete a series of levels without failing once, you can also now get a perfect star, making it an enjoyable (or infuriating) experience for perfectionists.</p><p>For Land Sliders, you'll have three new characters to play with, Easter eggs in every levels to find and some brand new levels and quests have also been added.</p><p>Both updates are out now.</p>