<p>Having already featured content from NieR and even Space Invaders, Pokelabo has decided its time for more crossover content to arrive in SINoALICE. For their latest collaboration, they'll be teaming up with the popular anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. Details of exactly when this event will take place are set to be announced at a later date.</p><p>Similarly, information about what the collaboration will involve are fairly thin on the ground at the moment, once again, with more details expected to be announced soon. We do know that, unsurprisingly, characters from the TV series will make an appearance in SINoALICE and take part in a special story scenario.</p><p>Another game that doesn't want to miss out on the Halloween festivities is Pearly Abyss' popular MMORPG Black Desert Mobile. That means you can expect to see a few more pumpkins scattered throughout the game world alongside a few events and rewards. Season 2 of the game mode Path of Glory has also arrived alongside the extension of Pearl Abyss' partnership with Prime Gaming. </p><p>Throughout the festive period, Black Desert Mobile's GM Spooky will randomly visit players and give them a bunch of quests to complete. Clearing these objectives will net players items such as the Halloween ornament box. These quests will need to be cleared before November 1st. Additionally, there will also be mini puzzles to complete that will reward players with more goodies.</p>
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4、<p>Prolific mobile developer Crescent Moon Games has announced another game that will be heading for iOS and Android in the near future. It is called Slime Rush, an adorable looking platformer that has been created by indie developer Itey.</p><p>The game will see you attempting to navigate a brightly coloured obstacle course as you play as a little ball. The controls seem to be fairly straightforward with movement, jumping and double jumping looking to be the only inputs you'll need to make use of as you progress.<p>Check out the adorable Slime Rush by @IteyGamesComing soon to mobile! ????????#lowpoly #gamedev #indiegame #screenshotsunday pic.twitter.com/G7aMqEpapO— Crescent Moon Games ???? (@CM_Games) December 6, 2020You can check out a brief glimpse of gameplay in the embedded tweet above. In addition to navigating the hazards found throughout each level, there appear to be power-ups you can grab to help you beat that stage. For example, in the aforementioned teaser trailer, the ball picks up a sweet that increases its speed.<p>So happy to announce that I will be publishing Slime Rush with @CM_Games ! #lowpoly #gamedev #indiegame #madewithunity #screenshotsaturday pic.twitter.com/seeqXH7Bx1— Itey (@IteyGames) December 6, 2020Slime Rush is bound to get compared to 2020's Summer phenomenon Fall Guys, given the brightly coloured nature of the game and the whole Total Wipeout setup the developer has opted for. However, it looks to be more of a single-player title where overcoming the challenges each stage presents is the aim, rather than beating other players.</p><p>Slime Rush will be heading to the App Store and Google Play at some stage. There is no confirmed date just yet, nor any details on pricing but we'll be sure to keep you updated as and when we learn more.</p>On the hunt for more platformers to play on the go? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad
1、<p>During today's Day of the Devs stream, the latest game from Monument Valley and Assemble With Care developer ustwo was announced. Alba: a Wildlife Adventure is its name, and it's heading to iOS, MacOS, tvOS, PC, and console this winter.</p><p>It's said to have been inspired by the team's love of nature and fond memories of childhood summers spent in the Mediterranean.</p>And down I laid to list the sad-tuned tale,
3、<p>If you've been playing iOS games for long enough, you'll remember when the cheapest games were 59p - not the more recent cost of 69p.</p><p>Well, that price point may be about to rise again as Apple has warned that prices on the App Store will increase in certain territories within the next 36 hours, due to adjustments in VAT and foreign exchange rates.</p><p>Prices will rise in all territories in the European Union - yes, that includes the UK - as well in Canada and Norway. Prices will drop in Iceland, and "change" in Russia. We'll let you know more when the prices change.</p>