<p>UP Entertainment's Rima: The Story Begins has now made its way over to iOS after launching for Android all the way back in 2017.</p><p>It's a super pretty platformer with plenty of metroidvania elements thrown in for good measure. And if it looks familiar, that's probably because it bears a striking resemblance to Moon Studios' beloved platformer, Ori and the Blind Forest.</p><p>Announcing a new virtual reality headset is almost becoming a technological cliche, but the truth is we love to hear about all these hot new head-mounted gadgets.</p><p>The more hardware spills out onto the shelves, the more VR games we're going to get. It's maths.</p><p>Latest on the virtual scene is optics manufacturer Carl Zeiss, with the smartphone head-mount, the VR One. It's a budget range holder that along the exact same lines as the Gear VR, and currently accepts either an iPhone 6 or a Samsung Galaxy S5.</p><p>But this one weighs in at just $99 US.</p>Nice Zeiss face case<p>This isn't a company we expected to get in on the VR race. Carl Zeiss is a tech company, true, but its focus has generally been on camera lenses and high-level industrial and medical optics manufacturing, which it's been doing since 1846.</p><p>But it's easy to see how it's equipped to build a cheap and cheerful smartphone head-mount, and you can expect the essential eye pieces to be of the highest quality. Early reports suggest a 100 degree field-of-view, which is deliciously wide.</p><p>The device has a unique slide out drawer that accepts your smartphone, and then slots back into the visor. A transparent cover allows for camera pass-through, and additional drawers are coming soon so the VR One will accept a wider range of smartphones.</p><p>A couple of open-source SDKs have been made available to software developers, though there's no reason to think the VR One won't be compatible with any and all smartphone-based VR games, so long as they use side-by-side video.</p><p>Pre-orders are open now, with the first VR One units expected to ship in December.</p>
2、<p>If you played through The Detail's first dark and grimy episode "Where The Dead Lie" and wanted more of that then your desires have been satisfied.</p><p>Yep, Episode 2 - From the Ashes is available now as an in-app purchase inside the game. You can purchase it for £2.29 / $2.99 right now.</p><p>It kicks off right where the first episode left us, drawing its protagonists deeper into this grim web of crime. "It really wasn't just another murder," confirms developer Rival Games.</p><p>If you haven't already played the first episode then now would be a good time to do so. Not just because the second episode is out either.</p><p>The Detail: Episode 1 - Where The Dead Lie is actually free for a limited time. So if you want to hop right in and check it out you can do that without spending a penny.</p><p>We said it has "some real tension" and remarked that while it "might not have any tricky puzzles, [...] its story will pull you through."</p><p>Grab The Detail on the App Store for free right now. Episode 2 can be purchased inside.</p>Bowmasters(MOD)A YOUNG MAN, a great spendthrift, had run through all his patrimony and had but one good cloak left. One day he happened to see a Swallow, which had appeared before its season, skimming along a pool and twittering gaily. He supposed that summer had come, and went and sold his cloak. Not many days later, winter set in again with renewed frost and cold. When he found the unfortunate Swallow lifeless on the ground, he said, "Unhappy bird! what have you done? By thus appearing before the springtime you have not only killed yourself, but you have wrought my destruction also."
3、<p>ChemCaper is the result of a successful Kickstarter campaign that is a bit different than what you usually see in gaming.</p><p>This time, the goal was to make an educational game that aimed to teach you the basics of chemistry while making you play an RPG.</p>
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