<p>Tiny Wings and its HD version have been updated for the first time in quite a while. It's been, what - two years since the last update?</p><p>A pleasant surprise for a equally pleasurable game, then. This update adds five new Tuna Island levels to the Flight School portions of the game.</p><p>It's not just more belly sliding and big air, mind. Nope, as developer Andreas Illiger tweeted, these islands boast a brand new mechanic for the game: tunnels.</p><p>They can be tricky to get into, but landing in these tunnels provides you with a shortcut, usually through a large hill. Every second counts.</p><p>If you haven't already (and you should have), you can purchase Tiny Wings for 69p / 99c on the App Store [buy].</p><p>Tiny Wings HD, on the other hand, will set you back £1.99 / $2.99 on the App Store [buy].</p>Touch Arcade<p>The Apple Watch itself might not launch for another month, but a number of apps have just been updated to support the upcoming wrist-wrapping doodad.</p><p>It's mostly productivity apps like Evernote, Dark Sky, Things, and Target, but there's also one game that now rocks Apple Watch compatibility: TheCodingMonkeys's Rules!</p><p>The iPhone game is a manic and stressful puzzler about juggling rules, tapping tiles, memorising commands, and dealing with an incessant fuse-like timer.</p><p>When you play it on Apple Watch, though, you'll get a simple stripped-down mode that focuses on brain fitness.</p><p>You'll be given short brain teasing puzzles, where you can gather points towards daily goals to unlock new characters and stages. The Glance mode lets you quickly check your progress progress, and you can see leaderboards on your phone.</p><p>To get ready for the Apple Watch, just buy Rules! for £2.29 / $2.99 and you'll be able to play it on your wrist as soon as the new kit comes out on April 24th.</p>
2、Ultimate fortress(MOD)Thanks to time zones and spinning planets, we can get an early sneak peek of tonight's new iOS games by poking around the New Zealand App Store.Check the front page for the biggest games, or read on for the best of the rest.Blockwick 2By Kieffer Bros - £2.29 / $2.99
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3、<p>You didn’t read that headline wrong. There really is a new game out on Game Boy in the year of our lord 2020. Indie retro studio Green Boy Games has released Where Is My Body? for Nintendo’s Game Boy systems today.</p><p>Inspired by classic ‘90s adventures such as Maniac Mansion, Where Is My Body? is an 8-bit classic point and click adventure about a disembodied hand that gains consciousness thanks to the wild experiments of a mad scientist. Through the game’s many levels, you must help the hand solve mysteries and puzzles in order to help it reclaim the rest of its body.</p><p>Where Is My Body? is available to purchase in both Western and Japanese cartridges, each packed in regional specific boxes with a manual. It’s compatible with each of the Game Boy consoles in existence: the Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance. The game was funded on Kickstarter earlier this year where 377 backers pledged €24,231 to help make the project a reality.</p><p>Green Boy Games is run single-handedly by Dana Puch, creator of other modern cartridge-based games such as Micro Doctor, Lunar Journey, Submarine 9, and Leo Legen. “I would like to thank backers and friends who continuously support the titles which I create”, says Puch on the release of Where Is My Body?.</p><p>Every game sold by the studio is distributed in these physical cartridges that run on the original hardware, since it’s in the studio’s plan to keep the spirit of the legendary handheld alive. Considering production of the console ceased in 2003, I'd say this is quite the accolade.</p><p>You can purchase Where Is My Body? for all Game Boy systems directly from Green Boy Games’ website, where it costs €49 / £44.50 / $57.50. Copies will be available until they run to the end of stock.</p>If you have a keen interest in retro and retro inspired games, we've put together a list of the best ones on iOS.