Welcome to a brand new hot release of the audiogames.net monthly digest! Holidays are in full swing in many parts of the world, so many of you have been taking the time to relax and unwind (by playing some games, perhaps?) This meant that July has been a little slower in terms of new releases and updates. That’s not to say we didn’t get any exciting news, because we definitely did covering all kinds of platforms and genres. We also have an absolutely packed news section this year, which foreshadows some big releases on the horizon! So sit back, tell your friends about these digests and happy reading!
Hello everyone! I'm not sure how many people have played Return of the King from China. The Return of the King is a multiplayer online real-time combat role-playing game running on the Windows platform. This is its mobile version - Legend of Kings, which can run on Android and iOS platforms. Friends who have played Return of the King should have a feeling of deja vu. Compared with Return of the King, Legend of Kings has many optimizations for mobile platforms. In fact, Legend of Kings has been launched a long time ago, but the translation function has not been perfected. Recently, we have improved the translation function and provided English language files for the time being. Text translations in other languages will be rolled out gradually in the future. Everyone is welcome to experience it! Before posting this post, I was not sure how many people would be interested in mobile games. Whether you like it or hate it, please let me know.
The following is a simple operation This game is in portrait mode, Swipe left and right with one finger to select menu items Swipe up with one finger to confirm the currently selected item Swipe down with one finger to return to the previous menu Swipe up with one finger to skip anti-addiction announcements or longer clips This is the simple operation. For other more detailed content, please enter the game to view the help document. I hope you can like the legend of the king from China.
Word puzzles just got a whole lot better. Exercise your brain during your downtime with this new unique twist on word-puzzles you’ve come to know and love. Each puzzle contains six clues you’ll aim to find the one-word answers for. Each answer is broken-up into groups of two or three letters, presented as buttons in the lower portion of your screen, and jumbled for your brain-teasing enjoyment. Try to spell out each of the answers in the puzzle by tapping buttons to add them to your spelling. Zanagrams will automatically detect if you’ve spelled any of the answers in the puzzle you’re working on, and any of the buttons you used to spell that answer will be permanently-disabled to narrow-down your choices. By the time you finish a puzzle, you’ll have used every button once. -Compete against friends by seeing who gets the best score for each puzzle in its Official mode. -Play randomized versions of puzzles you’ve already completed for endless fun! -Use hints to reveal the next group of letters in a word when you get stuck. -Zanagrams contains 20 free puzzles, spread across two Puzzle Packs, totalling 120 anagrams you can play as many times as you like. -Once you’ve fallen in-love with the game, you can purchase more Puzzle Packs, choosing from our huge selection of both themed and unthemed Puzzle Packs. -100% accessible with Voiceover. -High-contrast color options available for low-vision users
Part game, part interactive audiobook, this bestselling branching-path story written by James Schannep has been brought to new life by narrator R.C. Bray through the alchemy of Cubus Games. Let this award-winning narrator be your guide through the dark, gritty, and often humorous zombie-infested wasteland. Live, die, and rise again based solely on the merit of your own decisions. But choose wisely, because there's no going back.
13+ hours of narrated gameplay Hundreds of choices 3 unique storylines 50+ possible endings
CLICK YOUR POISON
Click Your Poison books are fully-immersive branching-path stories where YOU are the hero...or, the villain, depending on your choices. Survive the zombie apocalypse, solve a murder, gain superpowers, set sail as a pirate, become a secret agent, or get lost in a haunted house.
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Here's some great news about a game which I've been keeping an eye on for the last few years, and I know several other people have played as well. For those who don't know, Level 13 is a single player, partly incremental text rpg played in your web browser. The game starts off with you crawling around in the dark with a broken leg scavenging for supplies, and only by making a lantern can you see the crumbling, ruined industrial hellscape you're trapped in. The gameplay is brutal, requiring lots of patience, slow care, and resource management, yet strangely addictive, given how hard you have to work for each milestone. Slowly, over the last couple of years, the developer has been making the game accessabeller, ---- which is a perfectly cromulant word. Labelled images for items, coordinates for each location etc. Roughly this time last year, I thought everything was finished accept for one thing, the in game map, since to progress in the game, its necessary to visit all locations on each level, but finding those locations was pretty difficult, given that the map is quite a maze, and you are on a fairly tight food and water budget, requiring you to plan your journeys carefully. Well, no more! Checking out the game today, the developer has added some absolutely amazing options to the map. now, not only can you get text directions to any sector, including back to your camp, but you can also hit the "unexplored sectors", button, which will jump you through all the unexplored sectors on the map each with directions; albeit getting there will still be up to you. with randomised maps and items, very tough gameplay that makes you work for even small bits of progress, and new mechanics and features on each level, from combat against giant rats and swarms of monstrous cockroaches, , to clothing items to protect against various environmental hazards from cold to radiation, as well as many buildings and upgrades for your camp, this is definitely one for fans of games like a dark room or nanno empire.
Create your own country and build your nation in Politics and War, the massively multiplayer political simulation game created by an American high school student in 2014. With over a quarter of a million players since its launch, Politics and War has become an international sensation. Create your own country and customize it for the ultimate roleplay and world-building experience. Choose your leader, draw your borders on a map, create your own nation flag, government type, nation currency, and much more. Mine and refine resources which can be bought and sold in a completely player-driven supply and demand economy. Use resources to power your nation, build military units, city improvement, and large-scale projects to improve your nation. Politics and War is free to play with no in-app ads, and unlike other games has strict limits on “pay-to-win” activity. This game was built and is still being developed and improved upon by an independent developer who was only 16 when he first created the game.
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