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The Witcher Battle Arena Is An Eye-Catching DotA-Style Multiplayer Action RPG Due Out Later This Year

Developer CD Projekt Red has something impressive in the works for fans of The Witcher in need of a mobile fix. Its upcoming game, The Witcher Battle Arena, is a multiplayer experience akin to DotA and League of Legends, but set in the rich medieval universe made popular by the PC/console video game series that's been around since 2007 (themselves based on a series of books). The game was demoed at this year's E3, and it looks awesome.

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In each battle, six heroes enter the arena and compete over three conquest points, hoping to capture and hold them longer than the other side.

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[New Game] 99 Bricks Wizard Academy Is Tetris In Reverse, With Physics, And Leprechauns, And Also Wizards

What happens when you turn a classic game like Tetris on its head? Usually you get a broken game, but in the case of Flash favorite 99 Bricks, you get a game that successfully mixes old-school elements with physics and planning to make something new. The mobile re-release adds a bit of story featuring wizards and magic on top of the Jenga-style premise, like nuts and chocolate on a surprisingly precarious physics-based sundae.

The objective of 99 Bricks is to build the tallest tower possible with 99 tetrominoes falling from the sky. Now, under the normal rules of Tetris this would be easy: rotate them all longwise, put 'em in the middle, and stack until you run out.

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OUYA Introduces A $60-A-Year Subscription With Unlimited Access To (Some) Paid Games And (Some) In-App Purchases

If you could pay a flat fee for all-you-can-eat games on Android, would you? OUYA is hoping that the answer is yes, because the creators of the prototypical Android micro-console are now offering just such a service. OUYA owners can now purchase the $59.99 OUYA All-Access Pass from the website, which includes free access to "over 800" paid games and in-app purchases. OUYA claims this is an "over $2000 value," though a full list of the included apps and IAPs is not published.

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Gamasutra got a look at All-Access earlier today, revealing that it's a fairly experimental service being offered only to some OUYA developers.

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Monday App And Game Sales: True Skate, GoneMAD Music Player, IM+ Pro, And More

Suffering from a nasty Google I/O hangover? Yeah, seems to be pretty much universal today, but we've got just the thing to fix you up – cheap apps and games. It's almost as good as a healthy diet and exercise.

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[Bonus Round] Eliss Infinity, Super Pixelander, Star Nomad, And The Ministry Of Silly Walks

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a space puzzler, a space arcade game, a space RPG... and a game about walking silly. Without further ado:

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The original Eliss, a popular combination of puzzle and twitch mechanics, never made it off of iOS to run free in the green fields of Android.

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[New Game] Cartoon Network's Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake Arrives In The Play Store

Oh those monsters, always stealing baked goods. This time they're not getting away with it. Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake is a wacky RPG wherein you must journey across Gogapoe Island in search of Niko's birthday cake.

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[New Game] Wave Wave From Noodlecake Is A Twitch Game That Will Do Its Very Best To Melt Your Brain

Back in the 90s, I remember PlayStation games that had warnings that would display on the screen before the action started, stating that the game might just give you seizures. Wave Wave does not include a seizure warning, but it probably should. Between thumping chiptune music, a playing field that's constantly shifting perspective, and difficulty that's beyond insane, it could easily become the next game that mobile players everywhere will love to hate.

You control a single line travelling along a corridor. Tapping will make it go up at a diagonal angle, releasing makes it go down at an equal angle.

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[New Game] Square Enix's DS Port The World Ends With You Is An Expensive Fantasy RPG That's Truly Final

The World Ends With you came out on the Nintendo DS in 2008, and it quickly became a surprising hit, reviving developer Square Enix in the minds of RPG fans everywhere. With the fresh setting of contemporary Tokyo, an art style inspired by graffiti, and a unique battle system that took advantage of the DS hardware, it's easy to see why. The enhanced iOS version came out almost two years ago, but as typical with Square releases, it's just now coming to Android.

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If I had to describe the game in a single sentence, I'd say it's a turn-based RPG version of Jet Set Radio where teenagers play The Hunger Games in Hell.

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[New Game] The Walking Dead: Season Two Lurches Into The Play Store In Search Of Fresh Braaaaaaaaains

The zombie apocalypse isn't over yet, and the way it unfolds is entirely up to you in season two of The Walking Dead from Telltale Games. This sequel was launched on Amazon's Appstore a few weeks ago, but now it's in the Play Store, which most of you probably prefer. Hey, it's better than last time when it took three months to make the trip over to Google land.

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Plants Vs Zombies 2 Dark Ages Update Delivers Nocturnal Plants, A Medieval Theme, And A Whole New World

Plants vs Zombies 2 launched last year with three worlds, and an update followed months later that added a fourth one with a sci-fi theme. Now Electronic Arts has rolled out another expansion of content that introduces more plants, zombies, and stages to occupy players' time. And this one is decidedly darker.

The biggest change, as the 'Dark Ages' name would suggest, is the addition of nocturnal stages. Sun power won't fall from the sky, and rather than sunflowers, players will need sun shrooms to harness light in the dark of night. There are new plants that excel in this environment and new foes that are ready to mow them down.

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