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Mars: Mars - Space Explorer(Large currency)O, that false fire which in his cheek so glowed,<p>OptiFlight is an interesting take on the strategy mobile genre. Here, you're not fighting enemies, spreading illnesses, or directing armies, none of that – your goal is instead to direct air traffic and make sure flights reach their destination. So if you ever wanted to be an air traffic controller, here's your sample size of it.</p><p>Scheduling flights is a huge aspect of the game. By scheduling, you need to make sure that each flight is going off at the proper times, or there might be some confusion. This is especially important when flights are heading overseas from the United States, for example, considering the distance of the trip.</p><p>The game's aesthetic looks very simple in that you see a bunch of lines with different colours on a map. As you likely guessed, the lines are each plane's flight pattern. </p><p>This actually looks pretty cool, as the map shows the exact spots of most cities in the world, and different colours of the lines seem pleasing to the eyes. However, OptiFlight is not going to be a walk in the park when it launches. </p><p>For starters, you have to make sure no flight intersects with another, which is common sense, but if you aren't careful, you'll fail the job. You also have to take weather conditions into account as well and determine whether it's safe to fly or not. </p><p>With all of these decisions to keep in mind, it makes for an interesting brain workout. It's also a unique view on the strategy sim genre. </p><p>One of the cool features you can expect to see is the ability to test your air trafficking skills around the time of certain events such as the Olympics. There's no word on what other events will be included, but one has to imagine that the World Cup, Super Bowl, or The Masters could be possibilities.</p><p>OptiFlight is scheduled to release on March 18, exclusively for iOS. </p>Love games that put your brain to work? Then take a look at the top 25 strategy games for iPhone and iPad.
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<p>Octodad: Dadliest Catch has sold over one million copies since its multi platform launch two years ago and, to celebrate, developer Young Horses is releasing a limited edition physical run of the game on PS4 and Vita.</p><p>The physical copy includes exclusive box art and a 'cool insert' which is yet to be revealed.</p><p>You can pre-order it right now on Limited Run Games, in time for its June 19th release. That's rather apt as it's Father's Day - it couldn't have been any other way really.</p>To serve their eyes, and in it put their mind;
And be not of my holy vows afraid.<p>As the weeks crawl slowly past until the Nintendo Switch's release date, we've got another few games to add to the list of upcoming third party titles.</p><p><p>The fabled Tomorrow Corporation vault is open! This time, for the Nintendo Switch: https://t.co/pAnWlZlD4e— Tomorrow Corporation (@TomorrowCorp) January 24, 2017 World of Goo, Little Inferno, and Human Resource Machine have all joined the pack, Tomorrow Corporation announced in its latest blog post (via its Twitter). All available in one, big bundle, the newest generation of players will shortly be able to play three iconic indie titles in whatever way they see fit.</p><p>This isn't all Switch players will be getting, however, as TC announced on their blog: "And for the first time ever, all three games will come bundled with their full original soundtracks. Tomorrow Corporation’s intrepid interns have created a new Soundtrack Mode, where players can explore Kyle Gabler’s wonderfully bizarre music in this special mode, available only on Nintendo Switch."</p><p>Though the games have been announced, it appears that they're going to be release day titles. Two images circulating the web don't make it 100% as one says 'Coming March 3rd' and the most recent on its blog says 'Available soon'. I guess we'll have to wait and see.</p>
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