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<p>Overdox is a MOBA from Korean developer Haegin where all of the different champions you can use are melee only. It's been rattling around for a while are, so you may have heard of it or even played it before but now it's officially globally released for iOS and Android.</p><p>Though the game is actually a MOBA by the literal definition of the term, it's not the League of Legends type that people more commonly associate the term with these days. 12 players, or gladiators as they're known in Overdox, will enter the arena and the last one standing will emerge victorious.</p><p> Ere long espied a fickle maid full pale,
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<p>Here's an interesting one for you: the founders of Vine decided to bring out a live trivia game called HQ and you can win real money with it too.</p><p>As pointed out by TechCrunch last week, it's a bit like Facebook Live meets Who Wants to be a Millionaire where you take part against a huge number of other players and try to win big. Prizes ranging from tens/hundreds of dollars to tonight's whopping $1,250 are up for grabs, but it's not a gambling app.</p><p>At the allotted time each day you can pull up the app on your iPhone/iPad, wait for the competition to begin, and try to answer each multiple choice question within 10 seconds to progress to the next round. The game starts off with super simple questions before venturing into harder ones, really whittling out the competition.</p><p>Those that do have a mind of steel will either take home their winnings, or split the grand prize with other winners, via PayPal. Though the app is still young there's a lot of praise and promise surrounding it as an exciting, fast-paced, and interactive experience.</p><p>If you have an appropriate device you can download HQ for free on the App Store. Games take place at 9 PM EDT.</p><p>Have any of you guys had a shot at the game yet? Let us know in the comments below.</p>"You like it?"
<p>If you've never heard of Quixx, here's a brief summary. It's a game about rolling dice. That's pretty much all there is to it.</p><p>Which isn't to say it's not worth checking out, especially since it's currently on sale on the App Store for dirt cheap.</p><p>It's super fast-paced, and sees you rolling dice to try and cross numbers off of your board. There's no let-up here, and you need to take decisions quickly if you're going to succeed. There's a good reason it's been nominated for a bunch of awards.</p>Dicing with dice<p>The digital version lets you play on your own, or together with a friend on the same device.</p><p>You can even use the game as a scorecard or set of dice for the physical version, which is a damn nice touch.</p><p>Plus the game is just 99p / 99c right now. That's the lowest price it's been since it came out at the end of 2016. Really, you don't have an excuse not to pick it up. And you can do that by clicking on this link right here.</p>If you want more board games, check out this list of the best ones for iPhone and iPad
For some, untucked, descended her sheaved hat,<p>If you've been playing Card Crawl as of late you may also want to check out Donsol.</p><p>It's a dungeon crawler played with a standard 54 poker card set. Jokers included.</p><p>It works out like this:</p>Diamonds are shieldsHearts are potionsSpades are monstersClubs and Jokers are also monsters <p>On top of that, red cards are beneficial to you and black cards are harmful. You start with 21 health points and cannot exceed that. Lastly, you can only drink one health potion per room.</p><p>So, how it works is you draw four cards from the pack and then equip shields, defeat monsters, and slurp down health potions.</p><p>The goal is to get through the whole deck alive. So, yeah, it's a lot like Card Crawl.</p><p>This isn't a copycat trying to jump on that game's success, though, although it may look like that.</p><p>Donsol was actually created by John Eternal and Aliceffekt (Oquonie, Hiversaires) during the Train Jam before GDC, from March 10th to March 12th, and without an internet connection.</p><p>"It seems like Donsol's gameplay accidentally ended up being a twist to Zach Gage and Kurt Bieg's Scoundrel, designed in 2011," writes its creators.</p><p>They also acknowledge the similarities to Card Crawl but weren't aware of the game until after creating Donsol.</p><p>You can purchase Donsol for 79p / 99c on the App Store right now. Its website explains more about it.</p>