<p>For the last month or so, it's felt like everyone and their nan's been rushing like mad to get their Auto Chess game out the door and onto our mobile devices, with Tencent's Chess Rush being the latest. And while most of those attempts to capitalise on the genre's success have launched in what could very generously be described as a half-finished state, this one actually looks quite polished and feature-complete.</p><p>The general gist of it is that 8 players face off against one another on an 8x8 board, and victory is only achieved once you've knocked all 7 rivals out of the race. Matches in the game's turbo mode are short and fast-paced, lasting only 10 minutes.</p><p>There's also a co-op mode here that allows you to team up with a pal to take on other teams from all over the world. It's four teams of two all duking it out in intense, strategic battle to be declared the best of the bunch.</p><p>There are over 50 heroes available at launch for you to pick and choose from. Formulating the ultimate team is the real challenge here, though you'll also need to decide when exactly to use each hero. If you want to get tactical, combining three of the same hero will trigger affinity bonuses that allow them to take powerful, stat-boosting items into the battlefield.</p><p>Pre-registering ahead of tomorrow's launch will net you some neat in-game rewards, including several epic skins. Here's the link for the game's official site. Its App Store and Google Play pages don't currently appear to be up, but that's likely to change later on today.</p><p>It's going to be interesting to see how it stacks up against the likes of Dota Underlords and the original Auto Chess. I'm sure it'll be decent, but whether it can take on the big boys is another matter entirely.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.<p>The winners of the Indie Prize in Berlin have just been announced and the delightful Super Pet Hero won the prize for best mobile game.</p><p>Super Pet Hero is a new take on Crossyroad that, instead of constantly going up, asks you to avoid traffic by moving in a small space. You'll have to decide if that power up is worth picking up or if the danger of a car running you over is too great.</p>
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<p>Microsoft has already had a go at mobile gaming with the Windows Phone, but now that we've all sort of forgotten what that was, it appears to be trying a new tactic - bringing Xbox Live to mobile.</p><p>As spotted by Windows Central, the Xbox maker is gearing up for a talk at GDC 2019 to discuss its new SDK that will allow developers to integrate Xbox Live across iOS, Android, and Switch. It's already done it before - Minecraft, anyone? - but now it appears to be opening the doors for all developers.</p><p>That means devs could allow for cross-platform play between Xbox, PC, mobile, and Switch to any games using the Xbox Live framework. You can also expect achievements and friends lists to be shared between platforms, as well as other Xbox Live-related gubbins.</p><p>Presumably this won't also give you access to online gaming, and on Switch at least you'll still need a seperate subscription for that. But the basic version of Xbox Live is free, so this should be open to anyone to use.</p><p>Honestly? I'm really confused about all this. Why would Nintendo want Switch players to be able to connect to another service to access friends lists and achievements? Minecraft got a free pass on this because Microsoft owns it, but will the platform holders really be OK with smaller developers getting access to this?</p>adapkirmj.xyz
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<p>Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos is an upcoming tactical RPG from Ubisoft that was previously an exclusive in China. It will be an experience that was built with mobile devices in mind. It will be available at some point before the end of 2019 for both iOS and Android.</p><p>Though the game has been purpose-built for mobile, the campaign will be familiar to long-time players of the Might & Magic franchise. It will retell the story of Might and Magic III, which means heading back to the land of Erathia where you'll attempt to rally its population following the fall of their king.</p><p>The campaign won't be the only mode for testing out your strategic nous, however. There will also be eight other game modes for you to test out your skills in. There will also be numerous PVE and guild type modes where you'll work with allies and compete with foes, so it's sounding like a pretty full experience so far.</p><p> </p><p>The gameplay itself will focus on where and when you deploy your various troops. Once they've been sent into battle they'll automatically perform all of their actions. You won't completely lose control of your army once you've chosen their starting position though, you'll still be able to influence ensuing battle with heroes.</p><p>These heroes will all possess unique abilities that you can use to influence the action on the battlefield. As you progress you'll unlock increasingly more of these heroes who will be characters you may know from across the history of the franchise. This includes characters like Yog the half-human, half-genie and Shiva the barbarian.</p><p>Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos will be available for both iOS and Android at some point in 2019. It will be a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can pre-register over on their official site now which will net you a Pirate Catherine skin and Legendary Pack of loot when the game drops.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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<p>SideQuest Studios has released the first trailer for its upcoming RPG Rainbow Skies. You can watch it below.</p><p>This is the indirect sequel to the Bronze Award-winning Rainbow Moon. The "indirect" part refers to how Skies isn't continuing the story Moon.</p><p>Instead, you'll have three new characters to get to know - Damion, Layne, and Ashly - as they get caught in the crossfire between two rival super powers.</p><p>Improvements and extra features in Skies that weren't in Moon include monster taming and being able to combine skill attacks.</p>Skies will also be about ten times bigger than what Moon was. And, don't worry, SideQuest says that "the gameplay and structure that are a trademark of the series [is] still [its] highest priority".
<p>She Sees Red is an interactive thriller that makes use of FMV which has made a successful comeback in recent years with the likes Telling Lies being notable, recent examples. She Sees Red was originally released on Steam but will be available for iOS and Android on 4th December.</p><p>The game kicks off with a murder in a nightclub, so an experienced detective sets off to uncover the killer's identity so they can throw them in jail. Being an FMV game it will be a predominately narrative-driven experience with most of your involvement being making choices at set points throughout the story.