<p>Pokemon Go brought the famous monsters to iOS, albeit not exactly in the same format as the series' most classic entries, but 2014's Micromon attempted exactly that.</p><p>Pokemon-style monster battles, a world to explore, and other creature tamers to fight were all present, and now the game has dropped from 99p / 99c to free for a limited time.</p><p>Set in the world of Pixekai, you can capture and collect a roster of combatants from 130 monsters, upgrading them as you face against other tamers. While you'll likely be familiar with much of what Micromon's presentation and gameplay, its execution was solid enough to earn a Bronze Award in our review.</p><p>You can download Micromon on the App Store.</p>Sometimes her levelled eyes their carriage ride,
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The Man Bitten by a Dog<p>Another day, another bunch of board games are going cheap on the App Store.</p><p>Three of them are designed by Reiner Knizia too. He's one of, if not the, biggest names in board game design. And you know he must be good because his name is hard to spell and say but people still like him.</p><p>Anyway, you can click on the links below to fly off to the App Store and get these games got.</p><p>They're definitely more thoughtful and deep than your Ameritrash dice-rolling chance-a-thons, so if you're looking to get into the more measured European school of gaming, they're a good place to start.</p>Michael Schacht's Web of Power Card Game: The Duel - buy for iOS (99p / 99c)Reiner Knizia's Modern Art: The Card Game - buy for iOS (99p / 99c)Reiner Knizia's Kingdoms - buy for iOS (£1.99 / $1.99)Reiner Knizia's High Society - buy for iOS (99p / 99c)
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<p>We're all very excited in the aftermath of Nintendo's bite-sized reveal of the hybrid console Nintendo Switch. However it looks like not everyone's convinced as Nintendo's shares dropped mildly after the features failed to impress some tougher investors.</p><p>Despite its 3.3% rise in the lead up to the Switch's reveal, shares slipped by 6% on Friday morning, leaving a bit of an elephant in its wake. The biggest question on everyone's minds at the moment is whether Nintendo can make the Switch a success after the poorly-received Wii U crashed out.</p><p>A report by the Financial Times today brought about an important point from the mouth of Serkan Toto, a games industry consultant about the potential price and audience of the console. "They must find a way to release the Switch at US$299 to stand a chance, that's the threshold. It's not impossible by offering the device in multiple versions. Who else but diehard Nintendo fans will buy the Switch?"</p><p>Where the Wii U seemed to be aimed at children in its reveal in 2011, the Nintendo Switch was played by adults/young adults in its trailer – possibly attempting to appeal to gamers from the late 80s/early 90s who grew up with the Game Boy and SNES, etc.</p><p>Another quite surprising factor is that Nintendo is opening its doors slightly wider and partnering with a variety of different publishers/developers. Whilst that's great news all around, it also brings a whole new issue into the ring – how will the Switch be any different/more desirable to the general market than the PS4/Pro, PC, and other platform gamers.</p><p>Of course, with Nintendo being Nintendo they're not in trouble yet. Thanks to a huge 50% rise in shares from Pokemon GO (hah) earlier this year, they've got a little bit of wriggle room, especially with their new entrance into the mobile game market. Let's just hope they've really thought this one through come March 2017.</p>
<p>Another week has zoomed by and, what do you know, we're back to Monday again. It's not all doom, gloom, and va-va-voom though, at least we get to look at what's on sale.</p><p>If your device's gaming library has felt a little empty as of late, never fear. You've got a grand selection of titles to have a look at this time around and we're sure you'll find something.</p><p>We're not sure how long these will be going cheaper for, mind you, so have a good think. After you've gotten to the end of the list and nothing's jumped out at you, maybe there'll be something better next week. Who knows?</p>
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