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1、<p>Amazon, canny retailer that it is, is matching Nintendo's incredible 2DS XL deal that we told you about yesterday. If you didn't hear, the deal gets you a New 2DS XL and three games for just £129.99. That's a total saving of £120 which is quite frankly pretty darn ridiculous. The games aren't too shabby either.</p>
3、<p>Temple Toad is quite definitely one of those games. One of those games where you die awfully quickly and post your feeble score of 7 to Twitter like a badge of honour. A game like Flappy Bird and Mr Jump and Swing Copters.</p><p>But, it's no clone. (Or, at least, I don't think it is). Instead, it has a unique little platforming mechanic that makes it feel very different than all the other games of its ilk.</p><p>Here's how it works. When your frog lands on a platform, he'll repeatedly bounce into the air. A little trajectory line shows that as he hits the peak of his jump, he'll be able to jump the farthest - and his jump arc gets smaller and smaller as he falls.</p><p>This means that you need to carefully time each tap of the touchscreen to get the maximum leap - or to do a deliberately tiny hop if you want to reposition yourself.</p><p>It reminds me of the power meter in a golf game - and it gives the game an odd, but unique rhythm as you wait - then jump - then wait - then jump. But you can't wait for too long as a wall of spikes closes in on your froggy butt.</p><p>You'll soon face crumbling platforms and moving platforms and platforms that encourage you to pause for a few seconds by adding more points for each static bounce.</p><p>It's also gorgeous with detailed pixel art graphics. What I'm saying is, if you like these ferociously hard platformers and you need a new one, Temple Toad is your next jam.</p><p>It's free on iOS and Android, with ads and a pay-to-revive system that, well, let's pretend doesn't exist.</p>I might as yet have been a spreading flower,
4、Early in the racing career, the rider is given a car with the minor performance slow seed and is not good-looking. However, this will be enough for a starter to particulate in a couple of the initial contests. Over time, winning the racing game will be more complex. To become a dominant player in the city, you need a powerful car.
3、"What hours of work she must have put on it," said Anne. "And the material must have cost more than she could really afford. It is very sweet of her."<p>Nintendo reckons it hasn't cracked the mobile market yet, so James, Em, and Ric discuss the implications of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's under-performance.</p><p>There's also chat about Fortnite Season 4, and yet another lawsuit against the Switch.</p><p>Meanwhile in the new releases section, Ric explains why Paladins Strike is a 'bit fiddly', and James shares his experience with all-things-to-all-people action RPG MOBA tower defence monstrosity Dungeon Hunter Champions.</p><p>Em's been playing Agent Wonky, and has found a neat puzzler tucked away in the corner of the App Store...</p>Download episode 441:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>