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4、Updated August 11th, 4:03 PM - Johan Gjestland's actually just rolled up on the information train and confirmed that Fugl will hopefully soft launch on iOS and Android later this year, with the aim of a Q1 2018 release.<p>He also said that while the Android version will be releasing the same as the iOS version there's "no promise of feature parity as of now," and will likely support only the newest devices.</p><p>Source: Twitter.</p><p>Yes, you read that right. Come September 14th Fugl will be launching on Steam Early Access, so hopefully that means a mobile launch (even a soft launch) won't be far behind. <p>New Fugl trailer! Coming september 14th! This year! https://t.co/2jIZSYRqyT— Johan Gjestland (@melodive) August 10, 2017 Travel across a colourful land in this endless adventure, shapeshifting from bird to bird, and enjoy a light and carefree experience. There aren't any rules and aren't really any goals - only flying and exploring the vast landscape.</p><p>First announced three years ago, Fugl had unearthed a lot of excitement from the mobiles games community. From its colourful voxel graphics to its intriguing and striking creature design, the whole thing was, and still is, dripping with charm. Let's just hope it can deliver an experience worth waiting for.</p><p>Though there's still no official launch date on any platform, this is step in the right direction. When asked about its mobile release on the new trailer, Johan responded to the YouTube comment saying: "Yes, mobile (iOS and Android) is coming, but first PC/Mac."</p>He who shares the danger ought to share the prize.
1、<p>Listen up fans of surfing or sports games in general as True Axis has just released its latest free to play title – True Surf, and it sounds like it might worth a look.</p><p>True Surf is, surprising no-one, a surfing game. In a nice authenticity granting touch, it's being released in collaboration with Surfline and the World Surf League – two big names in the world of surfing.</p><p>True Axis has seemingly made great use of its fancy physics engine to bring the world's most ferocious waves to life, and you can expect to visit popular surfing destinations such as Hawaii, Australia, and South Africa.</p><p>You'll also be able to build up quite the collection of boards as your character hurtles toward career success. The visuals look fairly appealing and the added layer of authenticity could well make this the definitive surfing game on mobile.</p><p>So, you can head on over to the App Store now to nab this one for free. That being said, Android players will have to wait a little longer to chase those mavericks, whatever that's supposed to mean.</p>
3、<p>DeLight: The Journey Home sounds like an interesting one. It’s a story-driven adventure game featuring a blind character where their disability is the core focus of both the narrative and the gameplay.</p><p>Set in a wartorn city, you play as a young blind girl named Sammy who has been separated from her parents. You will explore the city using Sammy’s imagination as it paints a picture for you, avoiding hazards and dangerous soldiers as you try to reconnect her with her parents, also using the help and comfort of a stray guide dog, Deli.</p><p>The wartime nature of DeLight’s city poses several problems for Sammy, such as dealing with dangerous areas, avoiding treacherous soldiers and deciding who is safe to trust. You need to carefully navigate these areas and deal with the hazards as they come to you, with many events either helping or hindering Sammy in her goal of reuniting with her parents.</p><p>It’s a story that focuses on the lives of civilians and the challenges they face in a time of war, with a lot of this premise sounding very similar to the same effect This War of Mine had on players. Some of these encounters will require Sammy and Deli’s help, while others may pose a threat to them. You will have to make tough choices that have lasting consequences on Sammy’s story as well as the lives of those she has met.</p><p>DeLight: The Journey Home is developed by DreamTree Games, a three-person Malaysian team which previously created its debut title Uri: The Sprout of Lotus Creek in 2017. DeLight will be its second release, aiming for a 19th November launch date.</p><p>You can pre-register for DeLight: The Journey Home on the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android.</p>Check our this list we've compiled of the best adventure games available on Android.