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‘Princess Connect Re:Dive’ Is Finally Available Worldwide on iOS and Android after Debuting Back in 2018 in Japan

Princess Connect Re:Dive (Free) was announced for an early 2021 global release last month from Crunchyroll Games. It originally released in Japan back in 2018 has just gone live on the App Store and Google Play worldwide a few hours ago as of this writing. The Cygames developed real-time action game blends anime and RPG elements together with a great soundtrack. Princess Connect Re:Dive includes PvP and PvE modes but has a story focus. Despite the original App Store release date being March 1st when the pre-order page went live, the game has officially launched today. Watch the trailer for the global release of Princess Connect Re:Dive below: Despite the small App Store download size for Princess Connect Re:Dive, the full game is around 4GB (from the download all option in the main menu) if you’d rather have all data installed from the get go when you launch the game. If you’d like to check Princess Connect Re:Dive out, you can pre-order it on the App Store for iOS here and on Google Play for Android here. Princess Connect Re:Dive is free to play and it has various sets of Jewels and ‘Grotto attempts’ available as in app purchases. Have you played Princess Connect Re:Dive through the Japanese release or were you waiting for the global release that finally arrived today? Go to Source Author: Mikhail...

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SwitchArcade Round-Up: Mini-Views With ‘Writhe’ and More, ‘Spinny’s Journey’ and Today’s Other Releases, and the Latest Sales

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for January 18th, 2021. In today’s article, I finally catch up on a bunch of games I’ve had piled up for review. On top of that, there are several new releases to look at, though none of them are what I would describe as a must-have. We’ve got summaries of them anyway, of course. Finally, we’ve got a healthy list of new sales and all of the outgoing sales to round things out. Let’s get to it! Mini-Views Epitaph ($12.99) Usually the absence of one particular feature isn’t enough to drag a game down all that much, but in the case of Epitaph the lack of online multiplayer is a real issue. There’s a really well thought-out battle system here, with lots of interesting strategic options and a lot of variety thanks to the assortment of characters you can choose from. But the single-player content rarely feels like it’s showing that system in the best light, and multiplayer is limited to local only. If you have a like-minded friend nearby that is willing to play with you, feel free to bump that score up a full point. Otherwise, this is a game that is all dressed up with almost nowhere to go. SwitchArcade Score: 3/5 Writhe ($9.99) This game feels like a decidedly old school concept played from an unusual...

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Best iPhone Game Updates: ‘PUBG Mobile’, ‘The Battle Cats’, ‘Real Racing 3’, ‘Teppen’, and More

Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It’s time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. We’ve got a few games in here that we don’t include all that often, so I hope it has a refreshing lemon-lime flavor that will help you get your week started properly. Of course, you can keep an eye out for updates yourself using AppShopper or by participating in the TouchArcade forums. This weekly summary is just here to fill you in on the things you might have missed. Let’s go for it! Jetpack Joyride, Free Set phasers to… sigh… set phasers to fun in this new update for Jetpack Joyride. So hey, we’ve actually got a completely new event here. It’s based on Star Trek, which I suppose is as good a license to pull in as any. Waiting here for my Rocketeer event, though. There are fan favorite characters from various series available, a new Starfleet mech (Starfleet has a mech?), and a Starship jetpack. Those are all event rewards. On top of that, there’s a Phaser jetpack, a Borg Cube jetpack, four new vehicle skins plus a new SAM, and four new backgrounds you can keep forever. And yes, getting your hands on most of this will involve opening your wallet. That’s the business now. PicoPico – 8bit Retro Games, Free A...

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Retro Radish-Based Platformer ‘Dadish 2’ Is Out Now on iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch

Tom Young (CatCup Games) brought Dadish (Free) to the App Store a little while ago letting players take the role of a radish who is a dad to try and rescue his children in a challenging retro platformer. Dadish was a fun and challenging experience with great controls. Late last month, Tom Young revealed Dadish 2 for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch with pre-orders and pre-registrations ahead of its release date. Today, Dadish 2 has gone live on all three platforms. Dadish 2 aims to be bigger and better than the original with 50 levels, 5 new bosses, controller support, and more. Watch the trailer for it below: As expected from CatCup Games, Dadish 2 looks excellent in motion across its varied environments and it also has the same charming writing you’d expect after Dadish. On iOS and Android, Dadish 2 is free with a single in app purchase to remove ads. On Nintendo Switch, Dadish 2 is a fully premium release. If you’d like to check it out, you can get Dadish 2 on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here for free. It has a single in app purchase priced at $2.99 to remove ads. Dadish 2 is also available on Nintendo Switch for $9.99 right now. Check out our forum thread for Dadish 2 here for more discussion. If you’ve been...

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