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Big Truck Drag RacingMOD (Unlimited Coins) v2.0.2

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Size:1G Time:2022-06-29
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  Rodeo Stampede Mod Rodeo Stampede Mod v0.1.0 (Mod Money) Features:Mod MoneyLeap n' Lasso your way through the Savannah as you embark on an epic adventure in Rodeo Stampede! Meet and befriend a colorful cast of the whacky beasts to show off to visitors in your sky zoo. Experience the intense rush of the stampede as you hop from animal to animal, avoid crashing into obstacles, and race your way to new high scores. Charge through everything in your path on rampant elephants, sprint past the herd using speedy ostriches, and prey on some dinner with the lions- don’t ride them too long though, or you just may become dessert!Features:Catch ‘em All- Discover all sorts of whimsical animals as you stampede across the plains of the Savannah.Challenge yourself- A variety of missions to keep you entertained!Build the Ultimate Sky Zoo- Upgrade your zoo and individual animal habitats system to enhance your zoo and animal abilities!�

  <p>Adventure Time Heroes is the latest mobile game adaptation of Cartoon Network's beloved animated series. It's a turn-based RPG that sees Finn and Jake heading out on a grand adventure to once again save the land of Ooo and its many strange inhabitants. As first spotted by Mobile Mode Gaming, it's now open for pre-registration on the App Store and Google Play.</p><p>As far as its setup goes, the dreaded Lich has quietly amassed an army of minions for you to take down across 80 story missions and 9 dungeons. As you progress, you'll gradually build up an impressive roster of well-known heroes from the long-running show. There are over 200 in total, they're all said to boast their own specific skills, and you'll be able to upgrade the lot.</p><p>You can also boost your combat prowess by collecting trinkets, accessories, and materials. This should prove handy when testing your mettle in the PvP arena. Though if you're not feeling particularly competitive, there's always the option to work together with others to complete daily activities or clan raids.</p><p>Unfortunately, the game is currently only available for iOS &amp; Android pre-registration in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines. There's also no word on when/if it will head westward.</p><p>In the meantime, you'll find more info over on Adventure Time Heroes' official Facebook page and Discord server.</p><p>From the adaptations I've played so far, it feels like we're yet to see the series done proper justice in video game form. Pirates of the Enchiridion was a step in the right direction, but many of the other games have either been too slight or repetitive. Here's to hoping that Heroes will prove to be one of the better ones.</p>On the hunt for some high-quality RPGs? Here are 25 of the very best for iPhone &amp; iPad&#;

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  <p>As reported on Droid Gamers GeForce Now, Nvidia's game streaming service will now be branching out to Android devices. There are very few precise details at the moment but we do know that it will be accessed via an app and will start life as a beta.</p><p>GeForce Now has been around since 2015 and was made with the Nvidia Shield in mind. While not exactly a household name, the Shield has been quite well-received as a streaming device. GeForce Now then came to PC and Mac where it is still in beta.</p><p>Whilst the service is currently free during its beta period on those platforms, there's been no word on how much it will cost when it finally gets fully released. It will be a subscription-based service though so to compete with Hatch and Google Stadia on phones it will ideally need to be between 7-10 dollars.</p><p>GeForce Now differs from Google Stadia a little in its approach. Rather than buying games directly from the service itself you'll need to already own the games in either Steam, Uplay or Battle.net. They also need to be supported by Nvidia, so there may be some games in your gaming library that just won't work with it. You can check their official site for a list to see if your favourite game is compatible.</p><p>The one clear advantage GeForce now offers mobile gamers over Stadia is that it's likely to be available on more Android devices. Whilst Stadia is only available on Google's Pixel 3 and 3a range GeForce Now is likely to be available on many more, naming LG and Samsung as two brands the app will be compatible with during the announcement at Gamescom.</p><p>So despite being a fairly big announcement as it will be a competitor to Stadia and other game streaming services we actually know very little about GeForce Now's mobile app just yet. Hopefully, they will release more information to coincide with the beta.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.&#;

  <p>The Elder Scrolls: Blades continues to improve across the board, adding more content over time and building on existing systems in smart ways. The latest update, version 1.6, comes bearing a feature that's been requested basically since launch &ndash; custom loadouts.</p><p>Now you'll be able to create up to five custom sets of equipment to switch between in both single-player and PVP. In single-player, you can switch at any point, even mid-swing, while in PVP you'll have the option to mix it up at the end of every round, keeping your opponents on their toes.</p><p>You can give each saved loadout its own name, icon, and background colour. It'll no doubt be an incredibly useful feature, especially for players who've participated in some of the 1 million+ PVP matches played since the last update.</p>It matters little if those who are inferior to us in merit should be like us in outside appearances.

  <p>All eyes were on Nintendo when it launched its first social app Miitomo. Thanks to the viral nature of Miifoto, Miitomo's camera app, it's been quite successful at getting a lot of users.</p><p>But how much money is Nintendo cashing in?</p><p>While we don't have any official numbers from Nintendo, specialized firm SurveyMonkey has shared estimates on its websites.</p><p>The firm believes that Nintendo is racking up $280,000 a week which makes up to $40,000 a day. While it's nothing compared to what Supercell makes in a day with any of its apps, it's still an impressive number for a social app. 80% of that revenue is coming from iOS users.</p><p>Furthermore, SurveyMonkey is reporting that people are generally spending eight minutes in Miitomo and that one million players are connecting each day.</p><p>Of course, the app has been launched quite recently and we'll have to wait to see how long that will last.</p><p>Still, it should be a good indicator for Nintendo's first mobile game.</p><p>[Source]</p><p>Foursaken Media has announced that its next game will be Heroes and Castles 2, the sequel to the Bronze Award-winning Heroes and Castles.</p><p>If you're new to the series, it's essentially a mash-up of a third-person action game, a castle defence game, and a strategy game.</p><p>You're stomping around a medieval world, swinging a sword and getting other people to swing theirs.</p><p>The graphics have had a complete overhaul. In other words, they're much shinier and nicer than they were when the first game came out at the start of 2013. Which isn't that much of a surprise really.</p><p>Apparently your hero will be fully customisable, and you'll be able to summon huge armies to come and help you whomp on invaders.</p><p>On top of all that there are piles of different weapons and armour to equip your hero with, and a huge campaign that spreads out across dozens of different lands. Plus some more whomping probably.</p><p>You'll fight during the night, you'll fight during the day, and you'll fight a bunch of enemies with unique behaviours, attack patterns, and counters.</p><p>We don't have a release date yet, but we will of course let you know as and when we hear anything about one.</p><p>In the meantime, why not check out the gallery back at the top of the page to see some more of those swanky screenshots.</p>TouchArcade

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