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Evangelion: Eva DawnMOD (Unlimited Money) v7.9.3
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Time:2022-05-23

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    "You needn't fear that, Leslie."The Vain JackdawAre errors of the blood, none of the mind;

    <p>No iOS gamer missed this: the fantastic Super Mario Run launched in December. But what about Android users? Up until today, you've had to watch with envy while your iPhone-owning buddies tapped through nostalgic 2D side-scrolling levels.</p><p>But all that could be changing soon.</p><p>The ability to pre-register for Super Mario Run on Android devices appeared on the Google Play Store this morning. So it's definitely on its way.</p><p>There's a 30-second video on the store too so you can also see it in action. Looks identical to the iOS version, of course. No mention of price, but we can assume that'll be identical too.</p><p>There was a similar "notify me" option in Apple's App Store in the run-up to December's release. So does this mean Super Mario Run will appear on Android imminently? We've been speculating about this for a while now. The iOS version took about three months from announcement to release, but could the Android version leap its way here with more speed than that? Fingers crossed - what a lovely New Year gift that would be. If you pre-register now, you'll be notified as soon as the game becomes available.</p><p>In the meantime, check out our review of the iOS version to whet your appetite.</p>�"That `child' is a young man of nineteen now, Mrs. Lynde."

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    TikTakTime<p>It's been another fantastic year for all things mobile gaming, and as the year comes to an end we're giving YOU the chance to tell us which game was your favourite.</p><p>As part of the Pocket Gamer Mobile Games Awards in association with Game Insight, taking place on January 22nd and run by Steel Media (our overlords), we've opened up nominations for the Pocket Gamer People&rsquo;s Choice Award.</p><p>All you need to do is write the name of the game on the form below - using the official App Store or Google Play game name - to nominate your favourite game that received a full release after October 1st, 2017.</p><p>Not sure when the game was released? Nominate it anyway and we'll take a look for you!</p><p>As well as the game name, we also need to know why you think it's the game of the year. Have you sunk 1000 hours in? Did it rekindle your relationship with your father? Let us know!</p><p>Nominations close on Monday, December 3rd at midnight, so make sure you get your favourite game in the ring before then or else it's too late!</p><p>Eligible games that receive the most nominations will then make it to our shortlist, where we'll open up voting for the winner on PocketGamer.com.</p><p>So get your nominations in right now, and come back next week to see which games will be battling it out for the coveted Pocket Gamer People's Choice award at the Mobile Game Awards next year!</p><p>And of course, a&nbsp;big thank you to Pocket Gamer Mobile Games Awards 2019 sponsors Game Insight, Playdemic, Lockwood Publishing and AppOnboard for helping us make this all happen.</p><p>By submitting information in this form you consent to us using and sharing it as part of our Mobile Games Awards coverage. Full terms and conditions are below.</p><p>[pg_form="1"]</p><p>TERMS &amp; CONDITIONS FOR SUBMISSIONS</p><p>- Eligible games must have been launched within the 12 months following November 1st 2017. - Submissions without a valid email address may not be counted. - Eligible games must have been available on iOS or Android platforms. - By submitting your nomination you agree to the Steel Media Privacy Policy. - All nominations are judged on an as is basis. - Steel Media's decision is final. - Closing date for nominations is Monday, December 3, 2018. Any nominations received after this date may not be put forward for voting.</p>�

    �<p>Have you been caught up in the continuous Pokemon craze this year? From Pokemon GO to Pokemon Sun and Moon, we can't get enough of it, and neither can the apps inspired by the monster-catching franchise. However, Nexomon is supremely charming where others tend to fall short.</p><p>Nexomon is a Micromon-inspired RPG about capturing monsters - sound familiar? In the game you can catch, train, and evolve over 300 of these colourful beasts while experiencing your own epic adventure across a huge world. I'm not kidding. The world consists of ten regions, spanning through jungles, volcanoes, beaches, and more.</p><p>Just to address the comments that will spring from this, yes it's an awful lot like the aforementioned games but do we really care? It's pretty, it looks fun, and you can tell that a lot of work has been put into making it super sharp. So hopefully Nexomon can stand on its own legs come release day, and not have to rely on being 'that game that's kinda like Pokemon'.</p><p>According to the game's forum, Nexomon should be coming to mobile early next year, but we'll keep you updated.</p><p>Pokemon Masters producer Yu Sasaki and operations producer Tetsuya Iguchi have released another message to players that detail upcoming changes that are in the works. There's quite a lot to cover so let's get straight into it.</p><p>First up they discussed how they want to improve the existing content in the game where they'll look to address player concerns that battles feel like too grind-heavy whilst the rewards for doing them don't feel substantial enough.</p><p>They specifically cited adjusting Legendary Events and the Sync Grid. They've received numerous pieces of feedback saying that it takes far too long to grind Legendary events and Sync Orbs so they will be looking at reducing that. Additionally, the release timing for expanded Sync Grids is also set to change too.</p><p>The second area they're looking to improve is battles and specifically adding more of them that pose a challenge to players. It's very easy at the moment to simply put the game on auto once you've got enough strong Sync Pairs, I'm even doing it now as I write this article.</p><p>To address this they're looking to have more battles that reward players who have strengthened multiple Sync Pairs and not just Red and Olivia. They also want the different types of Sync Pair to be more impactful rather than the Strike focused setup most people use at the moment.</p><p>There will also new content based on this idea such as the Legendary Arena. This new gameplay mode is set to launch in the summer, with DeNA recommending you strengthen your water Pokemon in preparation. The legendary Pokemon you face in this arena will change its attack pattern when its HP hits certain lows, meaning you'll need to adjust your strategy too.</p>What is the Battle Villa? Everything you need to know about Pokemon Masters' latest singleplayer mode<p>Beyond that, there will be additional content centred around the various Elite Fours and Champions. These will also feature more challenging battles various rewards on offer for beating them. To commemorate beating them and overcoming other difficult fights they will also introduce a medal system so players can show off their successes.</p><p>Finally, they discussed wanting to make it more fun to collect and train Sync Pairs whilst explaining what Pokemon Eggs will do. Essentially, they will be a response to players wishing they had more options of partners for the player character beyond Pikachu, Torchic and Solgaleo. When the Eggs feature launches there will be a selection of fan-favourite Pokemon on offer with more being added in future updates.</p><p>Another new feature will see additional ways to strengthen your teams as a whole instead of just individual Sync Pairs. This will give them a boost based on the formation you use, such as having an all Kanto team or Pokemon of a specific typing. As a fan of Ghost types, I'll be tapping into that Chandelure, Dusknoir and Palossand combination if this ends up being a useful feature.</p><p>Pokemon Masters is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for friends in Pokemon Masters? We've got over 800 of them waiting for you

    <p>The summer holidays are off to a great start now that Brown Dust&rsquo;s summer festival has officially begun. The sizable event for Neowiz&rsquo;s fantastical strategy RPG is divided into 4 parts, with each lasting two weeks.</p><p>For those not in the know, Brown Dust sees you building your very own Mercenary army from over 300 characters, each with their own unique skill-sets ready for you to utilise in battle. Its stunning world is visually distinct and expansive, and its tactical combat system demands strategic thinking and prep, and its ever-growing fanbase is super passionate.</p><p>Taking part in the summer festival is easy, all you&rsquo;ll have to do is put some time into the arena, campaign, rune temple, or novice arena. And the rewards for your efforts are plentiful, with 5-star Mercenaries, 30 legend scrolls, 5-star skills transfer tickets, and diamonds all up for grabs. On top of that, you&rsquo;ll also be able to nab exclusive summer-themed outfits for fan-favourite Mercenaries Elis&eacute; and Anais.</p><p>Then there&rsquo;s the brand-new puzzle event which tasks you with completing four daily missions. Successfully completing puzzles will eventually get you a summer lady outfit for Angelica, one of the legendary &lsquo;Six Devils&rsquo;.</p><p>Those looking for a bargain should also check out Brown Dust&rsquo;s summer sale. Starting today, you&rsquo;ll be able to find great deals on some of the best in-game items, including rune essence, 6-star rune pieces, supporter scrolls, honour points, and blue slimes which are now purchasable using gold and diamonds. Perhaps the biggest bargain of the lot is 20 premium scrolls for only $4.99 &ndash; not bad at all.</p>Check out our 6 reasons why you should give Brown Dust a try<p>Brown Dust is the perfect game for RPG fans and lovers anime. And with the summer festival having only just kicked into gear, now is the perfect time to check it out over on the App Store or Google Play.</p><p>Kavacode has released Plune The Slime Princess for free on iOS and Android devices.</p><p>It&rsquo;s described as an old fashioned role playing game (RPG) meets Brick Breaker where you roll polyhedral dice to determine what move you make to trigger superpowers and break down the walls, or roll a critical failure and suffer great damage. It combines the very best of RPGs and casual mobile gameplay.</p>�

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