<p>Become the best of the best in Hitcents' latest game, NBA Life, out now on iOS and Android.</p><p>NBA Life is a career strategy game in which you help your highly-coveted player sign with a team of their choice, and then rise through the ranks of basketball by managing all aspects of their lives. You've got to hire various trainers, agents, publicists, and more to help them manage one heck of a busy career.</p><p>It's not just about playing the game inside, on the court, but also outside in the world. It's up to you to practice your skills, dress to impress, raise an army of fans, and build the house you've always wanted. Oh, and actually win your basketball matches, of course.</p>NBA Life is available free-to-play on the App Store, for iPhone and iPad, or on Google Play.<p>Today's game of the day is all about sneaking. I'm not sure why, it just feels like a sneaky sort of Thursday. It might be on mobile, it might be super adorable, but it's actually one of the best stealth games we've played in a long while. If you missed this one when it first came out, then you'd be a fool to take a pass on it this time. Especially since we're telling you it's ace. I mean, come on.Sneak Ops</p><p>The game is a top-down stealth action adventure with an arcade heart. There are guards, there are cameras, there are lasers, there are all manner of things that are trying to stop you from reaching your goal. So go and sneak past them, you sneaky legend.</p><p>The controls are as simple as sliding a finger in the direction you'd like to move. There are vision cones that show you where your foes are looking, so you need to time your movements to make sure you're not getting spotted. The levels only take a handful of seconds, but they're incredibly tense all the same.</p>Click here to find out what yesterday's game of the day was<p>This is a game that understands that stealth games are, to all intents and purposes, puzzles. They're about figuring out the safe path, watching the patterns, and then exploiting the openings that you find. And the fact that you can get all of that in the time it takes a kettle to boil is pretty impressive.</p>
1、Taking PC creating orders sounds like the most powerful and astonishing job in the entire world for all gamers and PC lovers. We love creating PCs of our loved style but can’t afford the stuff required inside it. But games are virtual, and you won’t need any investment to create something exceptional inside the Android games.
2、<p>For me, Pascal’s Wager might have been one of the more promising games shown off during Apple's 'By Innovation Only' event. It’s set in a bleak, monster-filled world without light, ravaged by the conflict between a fanatical cult, the all-powerful church, and the corrupt courts.</p><p>It’s perhaps best described as a Soulslike experience, with a focus on tight, challenging combat. Visually and in terms of world design, Pascal’s Wager is very clearly inspired by Bloodborne, which – in my eyes, at least – is no bad thing.</p><p>From the gameplay I’ve seen, it successfully replicates the dodging, parries and pace of From Software’s best work, with some impressive monster designs of its own to boot.</p><p>It also has a much greater emphasis on story than you might think, weaving an intriguing and disturbing tale. Developers often talk about their work being of ‘console quality’, though so few of the games that attempt such a task actually end up delivering. So it’s nice to see Pascal’s Wager come pretty darn close to the games that so clearly inspired it.</p>Run, Godzilla(mod)
3、<p>Sony has released a new app for iOS and Android called PlayStation Messages, which lets you chat to your PS4 pals on your smart phone.</p><p>You can check your friends list, send text and voice messages, and even slap on cute little stickers like Drake from Uncharted, Ellie from The Last of Us, and Knack from... Knack.</p><p>Now you may be thinking: hold on Mark. Hang on. Woah now. Hold up. Stop right there. Halt this article. Wasn't this already available in the PlayStation App?</p><p>The answer is yes. It was. But it isn't anymore. In the latest update to that app, Sony has removed messaging. So you'll need to have two apps to do that. Brilliant! </p>That seasoned woe had pelleted in tears,