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Mario Kart Tour's latest tour takes place in Paris, France. The event is set to begin this Tuesday, November 5th, at 10pm (PT). That's 6am on Wednesday over here in the UK.Mario and the gang are off on their holidays to the City of Lights itself. Over on the game's official Twitter page, we've received snippets of info regarding the latest tour. Up for grabs will be the usual MK Tour rewards, though the new costumed version of Peach might be the real reason to jump back in for this one.Rev your engine and take a ride through the City of Lights when the Paris tour starts in #MarioKartTour! The scenery looks like it could be hanging in The Louvre! The Paris tour starts at 10pm PT, 11/5! pic.twitter.com/vlisUli8GU— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) November 2, 2019It was announced last week that multiplayer will soon be coming to Mario Kart Tour. The bad news is that the initial beta is only available to those who subscribe to the frankly ridiculous $4.99-a-month Gold Pass. Here's what our resident Nintendo expert Dave made of that nonsense.Need friends in Mario Kart Tour? Share your friend codes here!The beta is set to begin in December, but we're still unsure of how long it'll last or remain a Gold Pass exclusive. The fan response to the announcement has been less than positive, though Nintendo's gating-off of content is hardly a surprise; it needs to add some sort of value to the Gold Pass, after all.In the next tour, Peach is dressed to relax, but that won't slow her down! This princess likes to put in time on the tracks even when she's on vacation! #MarioKartTour pic.twitter.com/GuYsx5KUJA— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) November 3, 2019If you've yet to take Mario Kart Tour for a spin, you'll find it available for download now from both the App Store and Google Play. And for a bunch of helpful guides, be sure to check out our MK Tour game page.Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.Mercury and the Workmen
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Children are not to be blamed for the faults of their parents.Today Hothead Games announced their newest title, Hero Hunters, and it's launching on iOS and Android on February 1st.Another dozen handmade levels (and more) are coming to Mr Jump this Thursday.That's on top of the current 12 already part of the challenging one-touch platformer, which now make up World A.To unlock the next 12 in World B, you have to at least beat level 3.The developer also tells us there are "several secret levels" included in the update, plus a jetpack.Our review of Mr Jump called it "a teeth grindingly awful game" that you'll want to keep on playing anyway, much like Flappy Bird.There are numbers to prove it, too. Mr Jump racked up over five million downloads in just one week.
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SPHAZE is a beautiful-looking puzzle game from developer SUBPIXELS that sees players embark on a journey through sci-fi and fantasy inspired worlds, guiding robots through a series of seemingly impossible mazes. It's available now for both iOS and Android.The developer describes SPHAZE as blending together the arcade-style puzzles found in Cut the Rope with the gorgeous design philosophy of Monument Valley. It promises to be a relaxing, exploration experience as you test your reflexes to help out RoBeep.The controls in SPHAZE are intended to be as easy to use as possible. Players will simply have to twist and drag to solve each of the puzzles, contorting the maze so that the robots can easily make their way through. There will be hints available, however, for those who struggle with finding the solution.At launch, the game will have four different worlds to explore with over two hours of playtime on offer for the 40 base levels. Once they've all been solved, however, players can then tackle additional levels that are said to be super-challenging. There will be 20 of these more difficult levels available.The first ever mobile game based on the hit anime series Bungo Stray Dogs has moved a step closer to launching in the West by kicking off its pre-registration campaign.Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost is a puzzle-RPG hybrid for iOS and Android devices. The game features accessible, fling-based battle mechanics and gives anime fans the chance to build their own team comprised of characters from the comics and TV show.Publisher Ambition is giving away special prizes to players who sign up for Tales of the Lost early, every time it hits a sign-ups milestone. For instance, when the game reaches 10,000 subscribers, users will receive a Scout Ticket, which can be used to unlock new characters.Further bonuses will be handed out at 20,000, 30,000 and 40,000 users, and when Tales of the Lost arrives at 50,000 subscribers, popular Bungo Stray Dogs character Nakajima Atsushi will be unlocked for pre-registered players, complete with his original Japanese voice acting.Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost is free to download but includes optional in-app purchases for those who wish to invest in the game’s premium special items. Players can pre-register on PC here and on their mobile device here.For more information, visit Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost’s official website, Facebook page and Twitter account.
If you’re up to the task of preventing the end of all things within a mythical fantasy setting, YOOZOO's new MMOARPG Rise of Ragnarok – Asunder has you covered. The game is now open for pre-registration on iOS and Android devices and includes the following key features:Massive PvP and Guild BattlesThe chance to defeat deadly bosses and climb the game's rankingsThe ability to trade with other playersTons of unique pets to collectVast ancient lands based on real world locations to explorePlayers can anticipate a satisfying gameplay loop of exploration, battling baddies, and collecting power enhancing runes to level up and take on the mightiest denizens in the game. Before all of that however, early birds that pre-register can look forward to netting some nifty items ahead of the game's launch.Simply pay a visit to Rise of Ragnarok’s pre-registration site and complete the gem collecting mini-game to gain exclusive rewards, including an extra gift pack and the limited-edition title of “Legendary Valor”. Rise of Ragnarok – Asunder’s epic journey kicks off in March, so why not use this chance to gain a leg up?If you fancy embarking on an AAA quality adventure from the publisher behind other hit MMO gems like Legacy of Discord and League of Angles, then check out Rise of Ragnarok – Asunder’s pre-registration site now.