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RIOT is a crowd control simulation-based game representing real events that have been happening around the world in the past few years. The game focuses on realistic crowd intelligence with very high gameplay variation depending on the tactics (both violent and non-violent) that the player will decide to use.
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RIOT is a crowd control simulation-based game representing real events that have been happening around the world in the past few years. The game focuses on realistic crowd intelligence with very high gameplay variation depending on the tactics (both violent and non-violent) that the player will decide to use.
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Aragami is an action-adventure stealth video game developed and published by Lince Works for Linux, Microsoft Windows, OS X and PlayStation 4. The game was originally titled Twin Souls: The Path of Shadows. The players take the role of Aragami, an assassin with supernatural abilities. The player can teleport between shadows and will face an enemy army that goes by the name of 'Kaiho'. This opposing army is formed by mystical warriors with the power to control the light. The player controls a shadow spirit, Aragami, attempting to reach the end of all thirteen open-world chapters in order. To complete a chapter, the player must go to certain areas to collect items or destroy obstacles and reach the level's exit. Aragami can teleport to any part of the map in a certain radius where a shadow is cast, but doing so expends "Shadow Essence", displayed as a meter on his cape. Shadow Essence is replenished by standing in the shadows, and drained by standing near intense light sources such as lanterns. Later in the game, the player gains a raven that will show the player the location of objectives through walls, and a set of bells that can be rung to lure enemies elsewhere. As the player explores the levels, they may find several hidden scrolls. Scrolls can be spent to unlock various useful skills, such as the ability to become temporarily invisible or to make corpses vanish. "Abilities" either rely upon Aragami's Shadow Essence or have infinite uses. "Techniques" are more powerful, but have only two uses, cannot harm bosses, and can only be equipped one at a time (though the player can switch among them at any time). Shrines placed sparsely throughout the level will refill all of the player's equipped techniques.
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Aragami is an action-adventure stealth video game developed and published by Lince Works for Linux, Microsoft Windows, OS X and PlayStation 4. The game was originally titled Twin Souls: The Path of Shadows. The players take the role of Aragami, an assassin with supernatural abilities. The player can teleport between shadows and will face an enemy army that goes by the name of 'Kaiho'. This opposing army is formed by mystical warriors with the power to control the light. The player controls a shadow spirit, Aragami, attempting to reach the end of all thirteen open-world chapters in order. To complete a chapter, the player must go to certain areas to collect items or destroy obstacles and reach the level's exit. Aragami can teleport to any part of the map in a certain radius where a shadow is cast, but doing so expends "Shadow Essence", displayed as a meter on his cape. Shadow Essence is replenished by standing in the shadows, and drained by standing near intense light sources such as lanterns. Later in the game, the player gains a raven that will show the player the location of objectives through walls, and a set of bells that can be rung to lure enemies elsewhere. As the player explores the levels, they may find several hidden scrolls. Scrolls can be spent to unlock various useful skills, such as the ability to become temporarily invisible or to make corpses vanish. "Abilities" either rely upon Aragami's Shadow Essence or have infinite uses. "Techniques" are more powerful, but have only two uses, cannot harm bosses, and can only be equipped one at a time (though the player can switch among them at any time). Shrines placed sparsely throughout the level will refill all of the player's equipped techniques.
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Brawlout - Funk of Titans – Merge Games – A Crowd of Monsters - Blaxploitation
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South Park: Phone Destroyer is a free to play role-playing card game developed by RedLynx, and published by Ubisoft. It was released on both iOS and Android on November 9, 2017. Based upon the animated series South Park, South Park: Phone Destroyer follows the children of the small town as they play a game based around different role playing games using different themes (Adventure, Sci-fi, Mystical, Fantasy). The player takes the role of The New Kid as previously introduced in The Stick of Truth. The kids of South Park argue about a new game for them to play. Cartman, who is dressed as a sheriff, decides the kids should play Cowboys and Indians. The kids initially seem reluctant until Cartman suggests the New Kid can help the Cowboys win the game. Using FaceTime to contact the New Kid, he invites them to come and play by means of using their smartphone which he dubs as a powerful weapon, that can assure their victory. The ending of the game depends on whether the player bought stuff with real money which results in 3 different results to the New Kid's "contributions to the game" (In-App Purchases). The game is played with a deck of cards which consist of characters from the South Park television series. Each card costs energy which restores over time. There are different versions of each character which the player can unlock through opening card packs, such as Stan who is dressed as a program from Tron, or Cartman who is either dressed as a sheriff or Awesom-O. Each card has its own special ability and each card has its own unique purpose. Card packs are purchasable by way of in-app purchases. Other gameplay aspects include real-time player versus player battles, a customisable deck editor, which the player can experiment with different card combinations in order to help them progress in the game. South Park: The Fractured but Whole
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The water is used as a reflector in photography to capture amazing views, there is nothing new. However, the perspective that is displayed here is just magical.
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Fortnite: Save The World – Epic Games – People Can Fly – Director Darren Sugg – Artist Pete Ellis – Composer Rom Di Prisco – Unreal Engine 4 - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One– Activision – Esports - Overwatch League – Warcraft – Unity – Unity Engine – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show - BlizzCon Fortnite (also known as Fortnite: Save the World) is a co-op sandbox survival game developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly and published by Epic Games. The game was released as a paid-for early access title for Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on July 25, 2017, with a full free-to-play release expected in 2018. The retail versions of the game were published by Gearbox Publishing, while online distribution of the PC versions is handled by Epic's launcher. Fortnite is set in contemporary Earth, where the sudden appearance of a worldwide storm causes 98% of the world's population to disappear, and zombie-like creatures rise to attack the remainder. Considered by Epic as a cross between Minecraft and Left 4 Dead, Fortnite has up to four players cooperating on various missions on randomly-generated maps to collect resources, build fortifications around defensive objectives that are meant to help fight the storm and protect survivors, and construct weapons and traps to engage in combat with waves of these creatures that attempt to destroy the objectives. Players gain rewards through these missions to improve their hero characters, support teams, and arsenal of weapon and trap schematics to be able to take on more difficult missions. The game is supported through microtransactions to purchase in-game currency that can be used towards these upgrades. A standalone mode, Fortnite Battle Royale, based on the battle royale game genre but based on the core Fortnite gameplay, was released for the same platforms in September 2017.
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Fortnite: Save The World – Epic Games – People Can Fly – Director Darren Sugg – Artist Pete Ellis – Composer Rom Di Prisco – Unreal Engine 4 - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One– Activision – Esports - Overwatch League – Warcraft – Unity – Unity Engine – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show - BlizzCon Fortnite (also known as Fortnite: Save the World) is a co-op sandbox survival game developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly and published by Epic Games. The game was released as a paid-for early access title for Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on July 25, 2017, with a full free-to-play release expected in 2018. The retail versions of the game were published by Gearbox Publishing, while online distribution of the PC versions is handled by Epic's launcher. Fortnite is set in contemporary Earth, where the sudden appearance of a worldwide storm causes 98% of the world's population to disappear, and zombie-like creatures rise to attack the remainder. Considered by Epic as a cross between Minecraft and Left 4 Dead, Fortnite has up to four players cooperating on various missions on randomly-generated maps to collect resources, build fortifications around defensive objectives that are meant to help fight the storm and protect survivors, and construct weapons and traps to engage in combat with waves of these creatures that attempt to destroy the objectives. Players gain rewards through these missions to improve their hero characters, support teams, and arsenal of weapon and trap schematics to be able to take on more difficult missions. The game is supported through microtransactions to purchase in-game currency that can be used towards these upgrades. A standalone mode, Fortnite Battle Royale, based on the battle royale game genre but based on the core Fortnite gameplay, was released for the same platforms in September 2017.
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Fortnite: Save The World – Epic Games – People Can Fly – Director Darren Sugg – Artist Pete Ellis – Composer Rom Di Prisco – Unreal Engine 4 - Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One– Activision – Esports - Overwatch League – Warcraft – Unity – Unity Engine – Gamescom – E3 – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show - BlizzCon Fortnite (also known as Fortnite: Save the World) is a co-op sandbox survival game developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly and published by Epic Games. The game was released as a paid-for early access title for Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on July 25, 2017, with a full free-to-play release expected in 2018. The retail versions of the game were published by Gearbox Publishing, while online distribution of the PC versions is handled by Epic's launcher. Fortnite is set in contemporary Earth, where the sudden appearance of a worldwide storm causes 98% of the world's population to disappear, and zombie-like creatures rise to attack the remainder. Considered by Epic as a cross between Minecraft and Left 4 Dead, Fortnite has up to four players cooperating on various missions on randomly-generated maps to collect resources, build fortifications around defensive objectives that are meant to help fight the storm and protect survivors, and construct weapons and traps to engage in combat with waves of these creatures that attempt to destroy the objectives. Players gain rewards through these missions to improve their hero characters, support teams, and arsenal of weapon and trap schematics to be able to take on more difficult missions. The game is supported through microtransactions to purchase in-game currency that can be used towards these upgrades. A standalone mode, Fortnite Battle Royale, based on the battle royale game genre but based on the core Fortnite gameplay, was released for the same platforms in September 2017.
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Fallout Shelter – Bethesda Game Studios – Bethesda Softworks – Producer Craig Lafferty – Designers Emmanuelle Hardy-Senecal, Tomas Henriquez & Janick Neveu – Programmer Federico Cicchi & Daniel Amthauer – Artist Istvan Pely, Ilya Nazarov & Jaime Villa – Writer Emil Pagliarulo - Unity - Unreal Engine - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation – LA Games Conference Fallout Shelter is a free-to-play simulation video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios, with assistance by Behaviour Interactive, and published by Bethesda Softworks. Part of the Fallout series, it was released worldwide for iOS devices in June 2015, for Android devices in August 2015, for Microsoft Windows in July 2016, Xbox One in February 2017, and PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in June 2018. The game tasks the player with building and managing their own Vault, a fallout shelter. Upon release, Fallout Shelter received mostly positive reviews. Critics enjoyed the game's extension of the Fallout universe, the core gameplay, and its visual style. Common criticisms included the game's lack of depth, its use of unnecessary microtransactions, and its lack of an ending. The game grossed $5.1 million in microtransaction sales in the first two weeks after its release.
  • 27 Jun 2018
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Westworld Mobile – HBO – Kilter Films - Behaviour Interactive – WB Games San Francisco - Warner Bros. Interactive – WBIE – Android- iOS – Apple – Verizon – T-Mobile – Sprint Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced pre-registration for Westworld, the upcoming mobile game based upon HBO’s most-watched new original series. Produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilter Films, Westworld is developed by Behaviour Interactive and will be released in 2018 for iOS and Android devices. The production and publishing teams at WB Games San Francisco are working closely with Westworld’s producers and writers to deliver a game featuring content designed to complement and augment the rich depth of the series. In the Westworld mobile game, players will assume the role of a newly hired Delos Trainee, who has been granted access to the Delos Park Training Simulation (DPTS). In full control of the simulation, players will take over all aspects of the Westworld park operations — including manufacturing and care-taking of artificially intelligent hosts and satisfying guest desires. “This game is an opportunity to give mobile gamers a fresh and exciting way to interact with the engrossing themes and enigmatic narrative explored by the Westworld series," said Jonathan Knight, Vice President, Studio Head at WB Games San Francisco. “We can’t wait for fans to get their hands on the game to develop their own unique strategy to orchestrate and explore the perfect park experience.”
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Westworld Mobile – HBO – Kilter Films - Behaviour Interactive – WB Games San Francisco - Warner Bros. Interactive – WBIE – Android- iOS – Apple – Verizon – T-Mobile – Sprint Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced pre-registration for Westworld, the upcoming mobile game based upon HBO’s most-watched new original series. Produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilter Films, Westworld is developed by Behaviour Interactive and will be released in 2018 for iOS and Android devices. The production and publishing teams at WB Games San Francisco are working closely with Westworld’s producers and writers to deliver a game featuring content designed to complement and augment the rich depth of the series. In the Westworld mobile game, players will assume the role of a newly hired Delos Trainee, who has been granted access to the Delos Park Training Simulation (DPTS). In full control of the simulation, players will take over all aspects of the Westworld park operations — including manufacturing and care-taking of artificially intelligent hosts and satisfying guest desires. “This game is an opportunity to give mobile gamers a fresh and exciting way to interact with the engrossing themes and enigmatic narrative explored by the Westworld series," said Jonathan Knight, Vice President, Studio Head at WB Games San Francisco. “We can’t wait for fans to get their hands on the game to develop their own unique strategy to orchestrate and explore the perfect park experience.”
  • 27 Jun 2018
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Westworld Mobile – Behaviour Interactive – Warner Bros. Interactive – WBIE – Android- iOS – Apple – Verizon – T-Mobile – Sprint Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced pre-registration for Westworld, the upcoming mobile game based upon HBO’s most-watched new original series. Produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilter Films, Westworld is developed by Behaviour Interactive and will be released in 2018 for iOS and Android devices. The production and publishing teams at WB Games San Francisco are working closely with Westworld’s producers and writers to deliver a game featuring content designed to complement and augment the rich depth of the series. In the Westworld mobile game, players will assume the role of a newly hired Delos Trainee, who has been granted access to the Delos Park Training Simulation (DPTS). In full control of the simulation, players will take over all aspects of the Westworld park operations — including manufacturing and care-taking of artificially intelligent hosts and satisfying guest desires. “This game is an opportunity to give mobile gamers a fresh and exciting way to interact with the engrossing themes and enigmatic narrative explored by the Westworld series," said Jonathan Knight, Vice President, Studio Head at WB Games San Francisco. “We can’t wait for fans to get their hands on the game to develop their own unique strategy to orchestrate and explore the perfect park experience.”
  • 27 Jun 2018
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Fallout Shelter – Bethesda Game Studios – Bethesda Softworks – Producer Craig Lafferty – Designers Emmanuelle Hardy-Senecal, Tomas Henriquez & Janick Neveu – Programmer Federico Cicchi & Daniel Amthauer – Artist Istvan Pely, Ilya Nazarov & Jaime Villa – Writer Emil Pagliarulo - Unity - Unreal Engine - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation – LA Games Conference Fallout Shelter is a free-to-play simulation video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios, with assistance by Behaviour Interactive, and published by Bethesda Softworks. Part of the Fallout series, it was released worldwide for iOS devices in June 2015, for Android devices in August 2015, for Microsoft Windows in July 2016, Xbox One in February 2017, and PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in June 2018. The game tasks the player with building and managing their own Vault, a fallout shelter. Upon release, Fallout Shelter received mostly positive reviews. Critics enjoyed the game's extension of the Fallout universe, the core gameplay, and its visual style. Common criticisms included the game's lack of depth, its use of unnecessary microtransactions, and its lack of an ending. The game grossed $5.1 million in microtransaction sales in the first two weeks after its release.
  • 27 Jun 2018
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Fallout Shelter – Bethesda Game Studios – Bethesda Softworks – Producer Craig Lafferty – Designers Emmanuelle Hardy-Senecal, Tomas Henriquez & Janick Neveu – Programmer Federico Cicchi & Daniel Amthauer – Artist Istvan Pely, Ilya Nazarov & Jaime Villa – Writer Emil Pagliarulo - Unity - Unreal Engine - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation – LA Games Conference Fallout Shelter is a free-to-play simulation video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios, with assistance by Behaviour Interactive, and published by Bethesda Softworks. Part of the Fallout series, it was released worldwide for iOS devices in June 2015, for Android devices in August 2015, for Microsoft Windows in July 2016, Xbox One in February 2017, and PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in June 2018. The game tasks the player with building and managing their own Vault, a fallout shelter. Upon release, Fallout Shelter received mostly positive reviews. Critics enjoyed the game's extension of the Fallout universe, the core gameplay, and its visual style. Common criticisms included the game's lack of depth, its use of unnecessary microtransactions, and its lack of an ending. The game grossed $5.1 million in microtransaction sales in the first two weeks after its release.
  • 27 Jun 2018
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The apple is cut so fast that it just seems impossible. The video is not at all fast forwarded at all, he is just at the boss level of cutting.
  • 19 Jun 2018
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Quake Champions is an upcoming first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks, as part of the Quake series of multiplayer shooters. Quake Champions will be the first main entry in the Quake series since 2005's Quake 4. The game is due for release on Microsoft Windows Quake Champions was announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016, alongside a debut trailer. It will feature a large quantity of playable characters, each boasting their own sets of unique skills. The game is promised to be a "fast paced arena based shooter". It will not be released on consoles due to hardware limitations. At QuakeCon 2016, creative-director Tim Willits revealed that Quake Champions does not run on the id Tech 6 game engine, but instead works on a hybrid engine made up of id tech and Saber tech, which means a number of the features seen in Doom are not native to Quake Champions, such as virtual reality, Vulkan API, SnapMaps and mod support, although mod support is potentially planned after initial release. It was revealed that Quake Champions was originally considered as an expansion to Quake Live, a revamped version of Quake III Arena released in 2010. The game went into closed beta on April 6, 2017. The game was released onto Steam's early access program on August 23, 2017. It is stated that the game would feature a free-to-play option, allowing players to play as Ranger, with additional characters available for purchase, similar to the model used in Killer Instinct.
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Some images just hit a note of your mind in such a way you just get lost in the picture with deep thoughts. These images are purely amazing.
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If you think it was humans who made the best posers, here are some examples that can put professional models to shame.
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Tattooing is an intimate affair for most. Check out these tattoos some out-of-this-world tattoo designs to inspire getting inked.
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Best Makeup Illusion Images.
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Here's a collection of a few pictures showing incredible and captivating patterns made by the creative arrangement of inventory. Truly worth an applause.
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The costumes are really on the point and high level as hell. Normally cosplay costumes suck big time, but I fell in love with these.
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The stealthy moments of beautiful girls!
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These pictures show that these photographers do a really hard job. They were at the right place at the right time and took these marvelous images.
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I believe everyone should take a look at least once at these amazing images that are totally magnificent and a piece of art.
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If you are not happy with your normal boring looking tattoo, don’t worry. There is still hope for you, it can be turned into an amazing piece.
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Fakes may be very eye-catching but original is always golden. This gallery is full of pictures that are 100% real which looks like photoshopped.
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These images are so tricky and confusing that your mind needs to concentrate hard to get what is really going on in these pictures.
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Although there is a chronological order in which each Marvel Cinematic movie came out, that doesn't mean that its the order you should watch them in. Check out the order that makes the most sense by clicking through!
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These pictures need no Photoshop because they are too amazing for a software program. You might not believe but these really are without any Photoshop.
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If the timing was an even a little off then these pictures would not have been so amazing and awe-inspiring. These are the results of perfect timing.
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These people have changed their tattoos and covered them up because it contained their former partner’s name. Some even tattooed face on their exes.
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3d tattoos are very popular nowadays and going viral on the internet. If you take a look at the gallery, I’m sure you would also want one on you.
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Funny Amazing this
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