La Quiniela En VivoFunction introduction
In brief the grounds and motives of her woe.
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During TapTap's 2020 games conference, a host of upcoming iOS & Android titles were shown off – one of them being a mobile port of Pathea Games' My Time at Portia. The charming farming sim first launched for PC in early 2019, before making its way to consoles later that year.
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You know when a game that previously wasn't on your radar grabs you by the ears, gives you a shake, and makes you feel a fool for having never heard of it? Yeah, that's what happened to me the other day with Life Gallery.This surreal, nightmarish puzzler offers just about everything I want in a horror experience: a grisly tale, a near-unrelenting sense of unease, and plenty of hellish imagery.I mean, just look at some of the icky stuff that Taiwanese studio 751 Games has dreamt up. You've got gross fish, creepy moth-men, skinned cyclops babies, and children eating enlarged human organs. Lovely, right?This week, Em and James attempt to answer the burning question: just what is Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition, and who is it for?They also cover the release of excellent mobile Metroidvania Dandara, the less than stellar mystery game The X-Files: Deep State, and the ridiculously retro Dig Dog.Matchmaker extraordinaire Kitty Powers makes an appearance too, dropping by to talk about her new relationship game Kitty Powers Love Life.Download episode 430:MP3 (right click to save-as, left click to play)iTunes