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<p>Telltale Games, the studio behind games like The Walking Dead and Tales from the Borderlands, laid off 250 employees yesterday, leaving behind a 25-person “skeleton crew” to tie up Telltale’s “obligations to its board and partners”. According to a report from The Verge, many former employees are saying they were let go with no severance.</p><p>The studio released a formal statement on Twitter confirming the news:</p><p>Today Telltale Games made the difficult decision to begin a majority studio closure following a year marked by insurmountable challenges. A majority of the company’s employees were dismissed earlier this morning, with a small group of 25 employees staying on to fulfill the company’s obligations to its board and partners. CEO Pete Hawley issued the following statement:“It's been an incredibly difficult year for Telltale as we worked to set the company on a new course. Unfortunately, we ran out of time trying to get there. We released some of our best content this year and received a tremendous amount of positive feedback, but ultimately, that did not translate to sales. With a heavy heart, we watch our friends leave today to spread our brand of storytelling across the games industry.”So what does this mean for the studio’s projects that were still in the works? The final season of The Walking Dead is likely cancelled, as the team’s entire staff has been let go, according to USGamer. Episode 2 has been completed, but chances are the story will never come to its full conclusion.</p><p>Telltale was also working on a Stranger Things project with Netflix, and that partnership is now up in the air. Sources affected by the lay-off seem to believe that the much-anticipated second season of The Wolf Among Us will also be canceled. Telltale’s remaining team will be working on finishing Minecraft: Story Mode before the studio closes its doors for good. Telltale is expected to make an official announcement on its final portfolio in the coming weeks.</p><p><p>We've had our eye on Mission Control Games' Tomb Toad for some time here at Pocket Gamer. It's a hugely promising puzzle game of sorts, where you're challenged to help a peeved-looking toad navigate dangerous tombs by rotating and manipulating the entire level.</p><p>Spinning the level will result in the toad and the tomb's many grisly inhabitants shifting and moving. Naturally, you can use this to your advantage, though being reckless could result in an enemy being flung straight towards you.<p>Exciting things happening soon with #tombtoad. For now, here’s a rough trailer I’m working on for #screenshotsaturday. Music by @Lewmothmusic #indiedevworldorder #gamedev #pixelart #retrogame #flutterdev #flameengine #mobilegame #indiegame #gamedesign pic.twitter.com/psmQRKrUH9— David Donze (@MissionCTRLGame) 9 November 2019It's a neat premise that the developer appears to be constantly expanding in a number of interesting ways. Just yesterday, new gameplay was revealed which showed a level almost entirely shrouded in darkness. This results in the player having to adopt a much slower, more cautious playstyle.</p><p>The game makes use of a Mario-esque overworld to break up levels and add some much-needed structure to the overall experience. There are also a number of powerups that grant the toad some neat effects. For example, there's a shield (kinda self-explanatory) and a feather that makes him float upwards.<p>Hello #indiedevhour ! For today's #tombtoad update, I'd like to present DARKNESS! #gamedev #indiegames #pixelart #chiptune #gamedesign #flutterdev #mobilegames pic.twitter.com/FNo8qw74bY— David Donze (@MissionCTRLGame) 18 December 2019The game's still obviously quite far away from release, but I really like the look of it and figured it should be on your radar if it wasn't already. If you'd like to find out more about Tomb Toad, you can follow its development on Mission Control Games' official site or developer David Donze's Twitter.</p>Vote for YOUR Game of the Year in the Pocket Gamer People's Choice Award 2020
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Every old Android user knows about the best driving game Dr. Driving. Of course, the SUD team developed and launched for all devices. Most of the best games require some Android version. But SUD released products that support all Android versions. Before launching this game, SUD already launched two versions. After the straight victory, they launch their 4th product Dr. Driving 4 MOD APK, for Android and iOS devices. It’s coming with upgraded graphics, driving controls, and unlimited stages. But current version has improved graphics quality and gameplay methods. The last two versions have different gameplay methods with low-quality graphics. Provided stages are not easier to complete. In each stage, the player needs to face complex challenges.Updated 8th September, 21:26 PM: The atmospheric point-and-click puzzler Isoland is now available to purchase on iOS.<p>Grab your copy on the App Store now for 79p/99c.</p><p>You can't go wrong with a nice point-and-click game and Dark City-inspired Isoland is one to keep your eye out for as it comes to iOS next week.</p><p>Drawing inspiration from Dark City's fantastical Shell Beach (1998), in Isoland you play as a nameless, faceless researcher having received a letter from a friend asking for your help. It's up to you to solve the mysteries of a strange, isolated island - get it? Iso…land. Very clever, indeed.</p><p>The whole game appears like a surrealist painting. Each of the hand-drawn environments are a little bit off, both in colour and just the general structure as buildings strain with bowed pillars, and perspectives seem almost claustrophobic in areas.</p><p>This quirky puzzler looks like it offers plenty of head-scratching challenges as well as a deep and intriguing storyline to dive into.</p><p>Isoland is set to launch on September 8th for 79p/99c. Though the tips for each challenge will be free after watching an advert, apparently there'll be an IAP for getting a full solution for 79p/99c. We'll let you know when the game drops.</p><p>Alto's Adventure has been one of this year's best treats so far. Endless snowboarding on a stunning mountainside, chasing llamas, and fleeing an angry village elder.</p><p>But it's only available on iOS. What about Android players?</p><p>Don't fret, people of the green robot, as we have asked the developer, Snowman, whether or not Alto's Adventure would be on its way to Android at some point.</p><p>"Yep, definitely working on it! We're aiming to have it out in the next couple months," the studio's Ryan Cash told us.</p><p>That's all we can say for now. But at least you know to anticipate it now.</p><p>We gave it a Gold Award on iOS, our reviewer calling it a "beautiful, effortlessly playable endless snowboarder [that's] almost as much fun to play as it is to look at."</p><p>Oh, and pssst, iOS players, if you didn't know, Alto's Adventure is on sale right now. It's well worth picking up if you haven't already.</p>
<p>It's no surprise that a bunch of retailers are matching the 2DS XL deal we told you about yesterday. First it was Amazon, and now Game is getting in on the action too. There's a twist this time though, because the games are different. Instead of getting Code Name: S.T.E.A.M, here you're going to get Bravely Second: End Layer instead.</p>