Go Candy! Mod Go Candy! v 1.02 Mod Features:Enter the game to give a lot of moneyCandies' grabbing time! And there are so many of them! Let's grab them ALL!Upgrade your candy machine so you can go further and catch more candies as you explore the depths of the machine. Find the candies and figure out what lies at the bottom of the machine.More than a hundred unique candies for you to catch.Try to catch them all!Go Candy! Features:- Simple and addictive gameplay: Just Hold and Drag to catch candies!- Idle Gameplay: The Candy machine earns you money while you are away!- Become the candy catching Master: Over 100 beautiful, unique candies for you to discover!- Candy gallery: see if you can catch them all!This new Casual game is getting people addicted all over the world and being praised as the next top game!
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel LinksUsually, everyone likes casual and arcade small-size puzzle games nowadays since they are the ones that can provide instant fun. Mostly offline games are their first choice since no one can maintain internet access every time. Puzzle games have made a broad genre of video games, and it’s also in most of the classes like in casual, arcade, strategy, horror, and now it’s also in online games. King is one of the top gaming companies in the puzzle and casual gaming market. It has launched a lot of attractive small-size offline games such as the candy crush series, Blossom Blast, Bubble Witch series, Diamond Digger, and much more gaming series. King’s games are world popular nowadays since in each of the phones, whether you get any other game in it or not, you will definitely find at least one alternative of the candy crush series in it.
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<p>Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee, the classic follow-up to cult hit Abe's Exoddus, was ported to PlayStation Vita late last year</p><p>Will it soon come to mobile devices as well?</p><p>A new teaser on the Oddworld Inhabitants Twitter might suggest so.</p><p>The image tweeted out appears to be a moon with the footprint of a Gabbit, the frog-like creatures from Oddworld, framed by the outline of an iPhone.</p><p>Our review of Munch's Oddysee for the PS Vita praised its clever puzzles and personality, earning the game a Silver Award.</p><p>An iOS version would no doubt be welcome.</p><p>At the Game Developers Conference back in March, we also got a look at Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty, a remake of Abe's Oddysee, running on an NVIDIA Shield tablet.</p><p>Back then, the Oddworld team was considering bringing that over to mobile as well.</p>
This said, in top of rage the lines she rents,<p>Ludosity has made quite a name for itself after the release of great games like Ittle Dew or Card City Night so we're quite excited that they've chosen to sneakily release the old-fashioned roguelike randomhack late last week on Android. From its art style to the basic nature of the gameplay, you can see that this is meant to be a love letter to the good old roguelike of yore:</p>
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