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1、<p>Riot Games has announced it’ll be hosting its first Legends of Runeterra European tournament which will take place from 7th November.</p><p>The special event, officially named The Legends of Runeterra Masters Europe - Chronicles of Targon, will be held to coincide with the release of two more Call of the Mountain expansions. Players are able to climb the in-game ranking ladders to qualify until 12th October, by then the top 16 teams from around Europe will be eligible to compete in the tournament.</p><p>While Legends of Runeterra is a solo adventure, multiple competitors for each country will form a team of three to ensure they co-operate nicely together in order to reach the peak of Mount Targon. Every match will be played as a 3v3 with every player facing their equivalent seed. This means no team will be able to solely rely on one member, and every player must adapt their performances to succeed.</p><p>The tournament will then commence from 7th November with the group stages until the 22nd, with the finals taking place on the 29th. And it won’t just be about competing for national pride, if that’s what you’re into, but there’s also a prize pool that will be detailed later on down the line.</p><p>Legends of Runeterra released earlier this year on iOS and Android. Set in the world of League of Legends, the game is a strategy card game featuring characters from the popular MOBA. While it is free-to-play from the App Store and Google Play, cards can be earned for free or bought directly with currency, which brings a welcome change from the randomised card packs featured in other card games.</p>If you fancy getting into a new multiplayer game, check out our list of the top ones to play on iPhone and iPad.
1、And every light occasion of the wind<p>Well, well, well. Look at this. It seems that Backflip Studios has published HandCircus's sea-faring adventure Seabeard on Android earlier than it told us last week.</p><p>Yep, it's available to download on Google Play right now. Yet, last week we were told that it wouldn't be available until tomorrow. Those scallywags!</p><p>But hey, whatever man, it means you don't have to wait.</p><p>So, Android players, now you can finally gather your crew, hop on to a boat, and get exploring the ocean and its many populated islands.</p><p>We gave Seabeard a Bronze Award in our review of the iOS version, saying that it "nearly hits Nintendo-style heights, but never quite manages to get there."</p><p>That said, it has been improved since then so that there's "a ton more to do and the economy is more fairly balanced," as HandCircus put it.</p>
3、<p>Laser Dog's latest games sales haven't gone great to say the least. Despite receiving countless positive reviews, Hopiko bombed pretty hard (on Android, at least) and its creators had to make a tough decision.</p><p>They could no longer afford to release premium games that wouldn't sell but they didn't want to have some cheap free to play business model.</p><p>So they opted for what they called a "clean-freemium" model. What does it mean? Well in their next game, PKTBALL, you'll be able to play the entire game for free but you'll also have the option to pay for new characters.</p><p>These characters are not simple skins though as they change the background art and the music. But they don't change the gameplay.</p><p>This seems like a good comprise and the game, a zany mix of Tennis and pong, is looking fantastic:</p>