The Thief and the Housedog<p>Adventures of Pip is both an challenging action platformer and a clever journey through the history of video game graphics, currently available for 1.99p / 1.99c on the App Store.</p><p>As the titular Pip, you leap through dangerous gauntlets and fight fierce bosses to survive your heroic quest. Pip starts out as a single pixel book, evolving to 8-bit warrior and beyond by killing enemies. Shifting forms lets you unleash powerful magic blasts, but leaves Pip vulnerable, adding another variable to consider during the platforming and combat.</p><p>Adventures of Pip can be purchased on iPad and iPhone.</p>
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3、<p>GalacticThumb are back at it with their upcoming title, Float, and I'm getting all peaceful just looking at it.</p><p>
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1、<p>Dominik Zielinski works at Anomaly: Warzone Earth creator 11 bit studios. But when he's not, he work on his own iOS and Android game project, Pixwing.</p><p>Pixwing caught my eye due to its combination of geometric 3D shapes and colourful pixel art. It looks like a kids TV show has been pixelized.</p><p>There are burnt orange ziggurats, abstract sky islands in bright greens and browns, pink and purple blossom on trees, and a turquoise sky to explore.</p><p>The idea of the game is to fly around its vibrant world in the Red Baron, shooting down airships, and finding secret items.</p><p>The controls are gyro-based, so you'll be tilting your phone or tablet to get around.</p><p>"The plane control will require your entire body, as you can look inside the world 360 degrees and control the plane," writes Zielinski on the game's website.</p><p>You're also able to buy new planes in the game. They obviously look different but we don't know yet whether they have unique abilities or weapons.</p><p>Given that Pixwing is described as an "aeroplane-trial game," it seems that you'll be given challenges to complete and, possibly, a time limit to do them in.</p><p>But, if that's not suited to your current mood, then a Free-Roam mode lets you enjoy the sights as you fly at a more casual pace.</p><p>We'll have more updates on Pixwing for you as they arrive. For now, take a look at those screenshots.</p>
2、<p>It's time for another #gameoftheday selection. If you've not heard of our bad-games-suck initiative, let me explain it to you - bad games suck, and we want to make sure that you don't play any. So every day we share with you, our devoted readership, one absolute gem from the annals of mobile gaming history. You're most welcome.</p><p>Today it's the turn of the axe-tossing multiplayer battler Axe.io. We'll get to that in a bit, but since you might be paying a bit of attention right now, why not click here and see all of the other games that we've bestowed our prestigious #gameoftheday title upon. Together, we can make sure that no one plays a bad mobile game ever again.Axe.ioIf you've played a .io game you're probably expecting this one to be a simple multiplayer game. And it is, but not as simple as you might expect. In the main game mode you're sprinting around a tight arena, hurling axes at everything that moves. As you kill, you level-up, getting access to shields, swords, and other perks that make the slaughter so much easier.</p><p>There are other modes to sink your teeth into, including a PvE scrap against a massive dragon. There might not be that much depth to the experience, but this is the perfect slice of pick-up-and-play nonsense that's going to scratch your competitive multiplayer itch pretty comprehensively.</p>
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