GuardiansWar : Quest RPG Mod GuardiansWar : Quest RPG Mod v1.0.33 (God Mode/1 Hit Kill) Features:God Mode/1 Hit Kill▶ A strategic RPG, not a mere battle.- Playable a strategic simulation through various combinations of characters and skill combinations!▶ Managed Action RPG for light users who want to enjoy the RPG without pressure!- Customized system for RPG users seeking new fun through nurturing and managing characters▶ Real group battles have begun!- Exciting batting and variety skill actions of 3-person group battle!▶ Equipment systems that grow with characters- Able to build and grow various equipment with materials acquired through combat, such as character growth▶ Various game mode system in addition to story mode- Weekly event mode "Exploring the Forest"- Challenge mode with unlimited challenge "Tower of Trial"- The "league system" with PVP users around the worldGuide to app permissions1) Use the account information stored your mobile phone when connecting Google login and Google Play Games.2) Use the permissions to read and write the external storage when uploading files and ranking files in a photo library.
1、<p>Back in May, Niantic announced that two of their Community Days would be selected by player vote from a choice of four. Now, they're bringing this approach back, allowing fans to select who gets to be in the spotlight during September and October.</p><p>The four choices this time around will be Charmander, Caterpie, Grimer and Porygon. There are no details just yet on how the vote will be made but it's likely that it will follow the same Twitter poll system that was used for the previous fan decision with the first placed Pokemon being featured in September and the runner up appearing in October.</p>Looking for some Battle League tips? We've got some that will help you start on the front foot<p>They also haven't spoken on which exclusive moves will be available for these Pokemon just yet either, with more information expected to be announced soon. Although I'm sure we can all agree that irrespective of what these moves will be, the right decision will always be to vote for Porygon, although happy Grimer does look very cute.<p>Exciting news, Trainers! September AND October #PokemonGOCommunityDay will be decided by the community! Here are the candidates.? Charmander? Caterpie? Grimer? PorygonMore details soon! pic.twitter.com/eXlRDujMMY— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) August 12, 2020In more immediate Pokemon Go news, players will soon be able to begin the last of the Unlock Weeks that were earned during Pokemon Go Fest 2020. During this period, which begins on 14th August, Sewaddle, Cottonee, Emolga, and Bouffalant will all make their Pokemon Go debut whilst Genesect will appear in 5-Star raids with a chance of it being Shiny. </p><p>Pokemon Go is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Interested in upcoming games? Here are some of the best that are available now in soft-launch
2、For feasts of love I have been called unto,Android 遊戲下載网<p>Pokémon GO’s annual spring celebration kicks off Thursday, March 22 in a grand celebration of eggs, eggs, and more eggs. Pokémon that normally hatch in 5 km or 10 km Eggs can now be found in 2 km Eggs, making it much easier for you to get any hatchlings that have been eluding you. Togepi and Pichu will have a higher hatch rate throughout the event, too, as an nice little bonus.</p><p>To keep the momentum going, you’ll earn bonus Candy everytime you hatch a new Egg, and double Stardust will be abundant through the festivities. The game’s shop is well-stocked with special boxes, too, if you’re so inclined. The Eggstravaganza comes to a close on April 2, so start racking up those miles.</p><p>As Niantic continues to support regular Pokémon GO events and a new series of live community gatherings, the company is also hard at work on their next AR game, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Read up on what lessons Niantic should take from Pokémon GO and apply to Wizards Unite.</p>
3、<p>Pokemon Go's Hoenn Throwback Challenge has now ended which means it's time for the Sinnoh region to get its moment in the sun. Until 29th May, players will be able to complete a series of tasks to earn themselves various items and Pokemon encounters.</p><p>The previous three Throwback Challenges have culminated with a legendary Pokemon native to that region. Mewtwo, Ho-Oh and Groudon have all represented their place of origin, so repping the Sinnoh region for this week will be Cresselia.</p><p>The Lunar Pokemon will know Grass Knot and will also net players 10 Rare Candy once it has been captured. There will be several other challenges you'll need to complete before you can catch Cresselia however. As with previous weeks, this is all fairly straightforward stuff such as sending Gifts to friends, taking snapshots of certain Pokemon Types and evolving Pokemon, among other things.</p><p>As with the last three Throwback Challenges completing these tasks will earn players items such as berries, Stardust, Poke Balls, a Charged TM and a Glacial Lure Module. Some tasks will reward players with a Pokemon encounter instead, all of which will be from the fourth generation. This includes the likes of Cranidos, Combee and Gible, alongside others.</p><p>There will be a few bonuses during the week of the Sinnoh Throwback Challenge too. This will see players getting two times the Star Piece, Incense and Lucky Egg duration until May 29th. Aside from that, certain Pokemon will hatch from 7km eggs. This includes:</p>CranidosShieldonGlameowChinglingBonslyHappinyGibleMunclaxRioluMantyke<p>Finally, as is a tradition of the Throwback Challenges, Pikachu will be sporting a Pokemon-themed hat, this time its Lucario. There's also a chance this version of Pikachu could be shiny. Similarly, there's a possibility you'll be able to run into a shiny Glameow.</p><p>Pokemon Go is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for some Battle League tips? We've got some that will help you start on the front foot
4、<p>Following the intense Apple Event yesterday evening, it's rather unsurprising to hear that today shares of both Nintendo and Apple have gone up, but not in the way you'd have expected.</p><p>Instead of Apple's shares soaring post-iPhone 7 reveal, it's actually Nintendo's shares that have been the most notable. Who can really say they're utterly surprised by this news overall? After the legend himself, Miyamoto, strolled onto the stage to announce Nintendo's newest game, Super Mario Run, the internet simply blew up.</p><p>Overnight Nintendo saw their shares spike by 28% by the time the markets closed, probably a welcome event after their fall when investors realised that Pokemon GO was developed by Niantic instead. Though, bringing Pokemon GO to the Apple Watch might sweeten the deal a little.</p><p>The biggest take-away from all of this however is that Nintendo has finally opened its doors, not only to the idea of working with other companies and creating tie-in products, but to the practice of bringing its games/characters a little further afield.</p><p>Oh what a day. What a lovely day. </p>
1、<p>Tilting Point and Wicked Realm Games’ Star Trek Timelines is celebrating its fifth anniversary on the iOS and Google Play stores this week, and the latest update has introduced a whole host of new content.</p><p>To start with, there’s a new “A Woman of Conviction” limited time event, where you can join Sirella to eliminate the parasitic beings controlling her husband, the Klingon warrior Martok and other top Klingon officials. By targeting the ship carrying Martok and the Lieutenant Commander Remmick, you must eliminate the mother parasite the halt the invasion before the end of the event. This new content can be accessed from next week on 21st January.</p><p>You can't get WarioWare for iOS, so the next best thing is Mucho Party, GlobZ's wacky Gallic mini-game collection that sees you feverishly painting the floor with a car and playing air hockey against a friend, among other things.</p><p>We gave Mucho Party an 8/10 when we reviewed it last year. It had 30 levels at the time, and from tomorrow it's going to have 42, meaning its score will be around 11.6 out of 10.</p><p>Or maybe not. But the two new mini-games look like solid additions to the library. One sees you bowling face to face against an opponent, and the other sees you racing a friend to open presents. Check out the screenshots above.</p><p>You can download Mucho Party from the App Store now for free (though it costs £2.99 to get the full game.)</p>
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