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<p>First teased back in February, and then soft launched on Google Play in May, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow has finally gotten an official release date.</p><p>
<p>Almost a month since we saw its last tweak, Crossy Road has recently pushed a new update live on the App Store and Google Play, and it's a little prehistoric.</p><p>Take Crossy Road back a couple billion years and this is what you'll get – sort of. The newest update features 13 new dinosaur-related figures, from palaeontologists to skeletal beasts, and a cracking primeval level complete with a variety of your favourite reptilian monsters.</p><p>Of course, we're not forgetting to mention the special Flat Eric figurine. It may represent the musician's puppet friend but it makes its purpose known as it's currently offered for free and throws up a screen reminding us that Flat Eric's newest single ft. Skrillex is available, so that's nice.</p><p>If you haven't got the game already, grab your copy here on the App Store or Google Play. While you're at it don't forget to check out our guide on catching 'em all…er…collecting them all.</p>
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"I wonder how he will like the ending--the ending I suggested," said Leslie.
<p>Sometimes, with the amount of releases per day, some games go unnoticed. Despite the game's inner qualities and charm, a lack of marketing can really hurt your chance of success.</p><p>Thanks to DroidGamers though, a little gem called Goo Saga was brought to my attention. It lets you play a drop of goo and uses its special abilities to its fullest extent in puzzles and boss fights.</p><p>It's absolutely drop-dead gorgeous and I was sold right after looking at this trailer:</p>
"That's the worst of it," sighed Diana. "It's so annoying to hear the receivers going down whenever you ring anyone up. They say Mrs. Harmon Andrews insisted that their `phone should be put in their kitchen just so that she could listen whenever it rang and keep an eye on the dinner at the same time. Today, when you called me, I distinctly heard that queer clock of the Pyes' striking. So no doubt Josie or Gertie was listening."