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1、<p>Pixonic has blasted a hole in the PG offices to let us know, in dramatic fashion, that Walking War Robots is now out on Android.</p><p>This is the 6v6 online mecha battler that has been available on iOS for year or so. The new Android version is up-to-date with the iOS version with 13 robots, 19 weapons, and four maps.</p><p>However, the Android version uses a separate server to the iOS version. This means that Android and iOS players cannot play together.</p><p>However, Pixonic notes that a cross-platform play option may be available in the future.</p><p>So there you have it. If you want to go blast some giant customisable robots with rockets and bullets (and who doesn't?), head over to Google Play to download Walking War Robots for free.</p>
4、<p>June 6 is the birthday of perhaps one of the greatest game of all time, Tetris. Developed and designed by Alexey Pajitnov, it takes a simple concept and makes it impossibly addictive. Tetris went on to sell a lot on multiple platforms and eventually found its way to the DS with Tetris DS in 2006. This version received rave reviews for its fun single and multiplayer modes that expanded the franchise.</p><p>What many may not know though, is that THQ was developing its own version of Tetris DS. Legal problems ended the game development and it was never released. Until today where The Cutting Room Floor, a website specialized in digging up prototypes and unreleased games, released a prototype version of THQ's Tetris DS that you can play with an emulator.</p><p>It's obviously unfinished and crash-prone but features interesting concepts such as drawing Tetrominos with the stylus and same device multiplayer. Check out the entire history of THQ's unreleased Tetris DS here. You'll also find links to it at the bottom of the page.</p><p>[Source]</p>
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