<p>On March 8th, the world's celebrating Women’s Day and DigiXArt is taking this opportunity to release the first content update for the well received Lost in Harmony.</p><p>In this first content update you'll find a new playable character, Aya, that you might remember from the story as she's one of the central characters.</p><p>She's going to be playable in the game's custom tracks and in a brand new level.</p><p>Lost in Harmony also surpassed 500 000 downloads and that's great news for a small indie team.</p><p>Apparently, DigiXArt is planning on updating the game with a lot more content in the future.</p><p>Lost in Harmony is available on iOS and Android, the update will hit tomorrow on March 8th.</p>
1、<p>Gram Games and Zynga are celebrating Merge Dragons!' third anniversary in style by introducing dessert-themed dragons and beautiful crystal items via a special in-game event.</p><p>Starting today, you'll be able to spend some time with Nilla Dragon and the sweet BonBon Dragon. It sounds like good fun, and the new dragons look really quite cute.</p><p>"Today is a special date here at Gram Games, for us, Merge Dragons! has been a key game that continues to inspire creativity and joy among our team." said Eren Yanik, Chief Product Officer at Gram Games. "So for this event we're having a little fun with the cake theme, hoping we can give our fans the sweetest slice of paradise."</p><p>If you're yet to give Merge Dragons! a go, it's basically an adventure puzzler where you'll work to heal a magical land by harnessing the power of collectable dragons, building up your personal camp, and solving fun puzzles.</p>
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4、<p>News of the Auer Media's minion battler Dungeon Break sneaking its way into early access came as a pleasant surprise this morning (thanks, kongbakpao). The game's a free-to-play title, now available over on Google Play, and it's the sequel to the award-winning Billion Lords from a year or so back.</p><p>That game saw you playing as a powerful, deeply evil Lord. You spent most of your time building dungeons and commanding an army of minions to do your evil bidding. It was good fun for the most part, with some neat creature designs and accessible, though still enjoyably strategic, gameplay.</p>
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3、<p>Folks itching to get their hands on the upcoming Octopath Traveler received some welcome news at today’s E3 Nintendo Direct—the RPG is getting a second demo later this week. What’s more, progress made during the demo will transfer to the full game when it launches on July 13.</p><p>Octopath Traveler is a beautiful turned-based RPG inspired by classic JRPGs like Chrono Trigger. The game stars eight different characters. You’ll play as each to gain unique perspectives as the story progresses. We got to try out the game back in May and were quite impressed. The game is difficult, to be sure, but has the potential to appeal to core JRPG fans. You can read our full preview here.</p><p>This is the second demo for Octopath Traveler. After the first, Square Enix took in player feedback to make improvements to the game, so it will be interesting to see how Octopath Traveler has evolved since then. The demo begins on June 14, and you’ll be able to download the game from the Nintendo Switch eShop.</p>