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<p>Cricket Through The Ages is the latest addition to Apple Arcade's ever-growing roster. It's developer by Free Lives and will be published by Devolver Digital, who have shown an increased interested in mobile this year with ports of Gris and entirely new games like Witcheye appearing on phones.</p><p>Cricket Through The Ages is a very literal title. The game will see cricket at different points throughout time. It's a historical game then. Well, sort of, whilst the game does go through history and does occasionally involve cricket, it's not exactly factual or even based on the sport.</p><p>A single button physics game, it will see players attempting to knock over an opponent by throwing objects at them or simply charging into them. As you can see from the trailer below this may sometimes involve cricket but also includes jousting, axe throwing and... duelling with cups of tea?</p>Runaway prison(mod)
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<p>Invites to Don't Starve: Newhome's first closed beta test were originally supposed to be sent out today, though a last-minute delay has now been announced, pushing the test back indefinitely.</p><p>"We worked very hard to make the game ready for the Closed Beta Test with new features we wanted to show off as well as a ton of planned features," reads an email sent to prospective testers earlier this morning.</p><p>"When we examined the feedback across all our channels, we saw that players have extremely high expectations for the game. We want to ensure that both new and veteran players alike have a stable and worthwhile beta experience as they explore Don't Starve: Newhome's unique world." This ultimately means that more development time is required before the beta version is shared.</p><p>Invitations will be sent out at a later, though as yet unconfirmed, date. The email then goes on to share that the decision wasn't made lightly and that an updated schedule will be sent out as soon as possible.</p>
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