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BravolotoAPK v1.08

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 <p>Junichi Masuda, director of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, has said that a Pokémon RPG for iOS and Android could be "in the realms of possibility."</p><p>It came up during an interview with The Telegraph in which Masuda sat with designer Shigeru Ohmori for questioning about Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.</p><p>When asked if Pokémon could be licensed for iOS and Android, Matsuda said, "I've got a bit of a resistance from those [safety and security] kind of points of view."</p><p>"If it were to reach a stage where I would be happy to hand my iPhone to a five year-old and know that, actually, that device and everything about it is safe and secure and I can trust the device in the hands of a five year-old, then it would become in the realms of possibility,” Masuda said.</p><p>In other words, at least one of the reasons that Pokémon and other Nintendo-owned franchises aren't on mobile is due to the insecurity of the platform.</p><p>Masuda compared the security of mobile with that of the 3DS to explain why Pokémon games are released on to that platform without worry.</p><p>"With wireless functionality you can communicate with people you don't know in a safe and secure way over the internet, you can trade and battle with people you've never met before, but again it's safe and secure. There's no issues there," said Masuda.</p><p>While an official Pokémon RPG might be far from coming to iOS and Android, we at least know that it's not an impossibility.</p><p>And let's not forget that Pokémon Trading Card Game Online was recently released on iOS to much success. Hopefully that's given Nintendo at least a little bit of reassurance.</p>�

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  �<p>At the end of October, we first covered that Warp Drive would be heading to Apple Arcade. Today we've learned that the arcade racer will be speeding its way onto the subscription service this Friday.</p><p>It will join various other arcade racing titles that are already available in the Apple Arcade library such as Sonic Racing, Agent Intercept, Super Impossible Road and Speed Demons. Hopefully, it will do enough to distinguish itself from these other games though.<p>Not sure if our cars fast enough...#WarpDrive #screenshotsaturday #indiedev #gamedev pic.twitter.com/OBFHFW2qVy&mdash; Supergonk (@supergonkgames) October 26, 2019It is being developed by UK indie developer Supergonk and will see you controlling a vehicle called a quad rotator racer. It will be equipped with a device called a warp module that will allow you to teleport around the track to find various shortcuts and hidden paths.</p>Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit review - "A novel undertaking"<p>It appears the quad rotator racer is a very versatile vehicle too as it has the ability to drive on ceilings, leap across huge canyons and drive up waterfalls. You can expect races to become quite chaotic by the sounds of it and you can check out some gameplay in the embedded tweet above.</p><p>When you're not testing the different surfaces that the quad rotator racer is capable of driving along, you'll want to be upgrading your ride. This will involve improving the drift, boost and warp capabilities of the vehicle for even more high-speed action.</p><p>Warp Drive is set to release on Apple Arcade, a subscription service that costs $4.99 per month, this Friday. For more information on other games that are available in its extensive library, check out our dedicated hub page.</p>Here's a definitive list of EVERY Apple Arcade game available, and what you need to know about them

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  �<p>If you've got a hankering for top-down shooters then get ready to wet your whistle on Star Tank, coming soon to iOS and Android.</p><p>This action packed shooter gives us all of the satisfaction of blowing a bunch of stuff up with a twist. Each planet we land on exposes us to a new enemy with different abilities, giving it that extra challenge.</p><p>The aim of the game is to gather enough fuel for your rocket on each planet until you can finally get back to earth. You can also pick up power crystals to help enhance your weapons and blitz through growing swarms of enemies. It's easy to get overwhelmed.</p><p>Though the developer is close to releasing the game, they've called out for beta testers on their forum page. Apparently Star Tank will be releasing 'soon'.</p>

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  <p>Hideo Kojima, lead designer behind both the Metal Gear and Zone of the Enders franchises, has been turned loose in London recently, according to photos posted on his Twitter.</p><p>Kojima and the PS4's lead system architect Mark Cerny have been travelling around together since the former announced he was reforming Kojima Studios on Sony's payroll and it seems they've finally made it to Blighty.</p><p>He's been seeing the sights: the tube, Oxford Circus and er… Guildford and it looks like he's heading around the country checking out some of the new technology being developed for Sony's PlayStation platform.</p><p>Including this:</p><p><p>Visiting London VR team. Blurred out part of photo is the plan for their next VR experience -- sorry! pic.twitter.com/PKnjzoLhVB— Mark Cerny (@cerny) January 25, 2016Here's where it gets interesting. Kojima visited London Studios today to play their forthcoming VR game London Heist, which you'll remember I loved.</p><p>Kojima is known for his love of movies, a distrust/awe of technology and a propensity for meta-jokes. VR is the bleeding edge of video games technology and especially with games like London Heist, drop you straight into what feels like a movie.</p><p>Does this mean Hideo Kojima is making a VR game? No clue, and while we've asked Sony for comment we're eagerly anticipating a "no comment" as Sony do not comment on rumours and speculation. But will he be able to resist experimenting with the new technology?</p><p>Well. it'd be a shame if he kept us waiting, huh?</p><p>

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