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O appetite, from judgement stand aloof!" No. I only wish I could. But it's not in the power of my gift. You know what my forte is, Gilbert--the fanciful, the fairylike, the pretty. To write Captain Jim's life-book as it should be written one should be a master of vigorous yet subtle style, a keen psychologist, a born humorist and a born tragedian. A rare combination of gifts is needed. Paul might do it if he were older. Anyhow, I'm going to ask him to come down next summer and meet Captain Jim."
<p>Kick-Flight is an upcoming multiplayer action game that's being made by Japanese developer Drenge. It's aiming for a late January release for both iOS and Android across the globe and it's already racked up an impressive 300,000 pre-registers in its native country.</p><p>It's effectively a real-time battle arena game that's entirely set in mid-air where you'll play as one of several characters known as Kickers. They'll be controlled through a combination of swipes and taps as you duke it out in the sky, where you'll be able to freely move around.</p>
<p>The Pokemon Company and DeNA’s highly anticipated Pokemon Masters has finally been given the firm release date of August 29th. We’ve known for some time that it would be launching this summer, but – considering it was only announced back in May – it’s still strange to think that we’re now so close to being able to play it. Those who want to get in as early as possible can pre-register ahead of launch on either the App Store or Google Play.</p><p>Pokemon Masters takes place on the all-new island region of Pasio, a hotspot for up-and-coming trainers that is also home to the Pokemon Masters League tournament. As you can imagine, the entire region is bursting with trainers to meet, team up with, or battle.</p>Bloons TD Battles 2
<p>Konami has announced a surprise release of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night today for both iOS and Android. The classic side-scrolling action game first released on the original PlayStation back in 1997 and has been ported to the PSP, Xbox 360 and PS4 since.</p><p>Now it has arrived for mobile devices and it's not going to break the bank either. You'll be able to experience Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for $2.99 or your local equivalent. It has brought a few changes with it when compared to the 1997 release, such as a new continue feature alongside achievements to earn as you slash your way through the castle.</p><p>There will also be controller support, which will probably make the game far more appealing to folks who aren't overly familiar with - or fond of - using virtual d-pads and buttons. However, that's still an option if you'd rather play Symphony of the Night this way too, as you can see in the screenshots found within this article. </p><p>The games see you playing as Alucard, the son of Dracula, who has access to a wide array of weapons and abilities to help battle against the plethora of monsters that lurk within the castle walls. He can also be levelled up with experience gained through slaying numerous foes.</p><p>The release was timed to coincide with the arrival of Season 3 of the Castlevania Netflix series which drops tomorrow, 5th March. Games on your phone and your Netflix subscription aren't the only two places you can enjoy some Castlevania goodness either, you can also listen to the original Symphony of the Night soundtrack over on Spotify as well as other tracks from the series.</p><p>Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs $2.99.</p>Enjoy action games? Here are 25 of the best available on Android<p>