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<p>Infinite Skater looks too gorgeous to ignore.</p><p>It features plenty of action as you need to jump, grind and even ride an eagle in order to get the biggest score possible.</p><p>The rest is pretty much what you'd expect from an endless runner and it may lack some new ideas in the gameplay department but boy, does it look stunning.</p><p>And it's even better in motion:</p>
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<p>Back in July we were super stoked to see Motorsport Manager 2 arrives on iOS and it's equally exciting to see that the game has just popped up on Android.</p><p>
<p>If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what would happen if Dr Kawashima's brain training and everyone’s favourite gelatine-based dessert had combined to create a unique experience within the palm of your hand, it’s highly likely that Jelly Cube – the latest 3D puzzle game from publisher ZPLAY – is the game you’ve been waiting for.</p><p>Available to download and play now on both iOS and Android devices, Jelly Cube tasks players to pop, roll, and tilt their way through various head-scratching and colourful jelly-themed puzzles, racking up the highest score possible as you go. Simply match three jelly cubes of the same colour together, and watch them pop in an experience which aims to brighten up your enjoyment as well as test your mind.</p><p>Thanks to an easy to understand and intuitive control scheme which can even be played in one hand, Jelly Cube is ideal for those who simply wish to pick up and play. All players have to do is select one direction among four directions you wish the cube to travel down and slide the screen. Just be careful not to have a wobble or you’ll be sure to receive your just desserts.</p><p>Giving you the opportunity to improve your spatial cognition, prediction power, utilization ability, and even your reaction times, Jelly Cube is just as skillful as it is vibrant. But will you be able to master the challenge of the jelly cubes and roll your way to victory?</p>
<p>Netmarble has opened up pre-registration for its newest game Knights Chronicle, a turn-based RPG for iOS and Android.</p><p>The game itself features a 3D Japanese animation-like art style, as you assemble a team of characters to help protect the planet of Garniel.There's also a cooperative multiplayer aspect, as you can work together with up to five friends to explore dungeons – a potentially welcome difference from many of the other hero-collecting games out there.</p><p>There's also a promotional video that gives us a glimpse of the different characters, and which looks more like the opening to a new anime series than the art style of the actual game. Still, it's an interesting hint of the vibe the game is going for.</p>
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