Everyone in their childhood have ever thoughts of driving or taking long trips on planes. Getting a ticket from the aircraft is still a dream of many middle-class citizens. Owning an aircraft is nearly impossible for ninety-nine percent of people in the world. However, thank god for virtual reality, where everything that looks impossible is undoubtedly possible whether you talk about owning a plane, jet, or taking on a lease for any big mission.
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<p>If you were wondering what the best-reviewed iOS and Android games on the web last month were, here are the iPhone Quality Index, iPad Quality Index, and Android Quality Index round-ups for September to fill you in.</p><p>The iPhone, iPad, and Android Quality Indexes boast over 650,000 reviews (in total) from websites like 148Apps, Pocket Gamer, and IGN, and use a unique metric to create a single definitive score for each iOS and Android title.</p>Down but not out<p>It's pretty easy to see why The Journey Down: Chapter Two topped the Qi iPhone games chart for September. It's another slice of funny, clever, and thoroughly engrossing point and click adventuring that somehow maintains the high standard of the first chapter.</p><p>Meanwhile, down at number four we have Valiant Hearts: The Great War, another excellent point and click adventure. The key to Ubisoft's effort is it's moving, stylised take on World War I. You won't have played anything quite like it.<p>Qi's Top 10 iPhone games of September 2014Pos.<p>GameQi ratingReviews1 The Journey Down: Chapter Two9.262 Mikey Boots8.953 Five Nights at Freddy's8.744 Valiant Hearts: The Great War8.685 CounterSpy™8.466 The Nightmare Cooperative8.467 Appointment With F.E.A.R.8.448 Fist of Fury8.439 Ninja Smasher!8.4310 Goblin Sword8.38</p>Continuing the good work, at number two on the Qi iPad games chart we have Mikey Boots. BeaverTap's third Mikey game scraps the platforming element of Mikey Pants and Mikey Hooks in favour of a rocket-propelled arcade time trial extravaganza.Finishing off a very classy September is CounterSpy, down at number five. This is Sony's impossibly slick and cool stealth-'em-up, which is equal parts The Incredibles, James Bond, and Metal Gear Solid.<p>Qi's Top 10 iPad games of September 2014Pos.<p>GameQi ratingReviews1 The Journey Down: Chapter Two9.262 Mikey Boots8.953 Five Nights at Freddy's8.744 Valiant Hearts: The Great War8.685 CounterSpy™8.466 The Nightmare Cooperative8.467 Appointment With F.E.A.R.8.448 Fist of Fury8.439 Ninja Smasher!8.4310 Goblin Sword8.38Five Nights at Freddy's rules the Qi Android games chart for September with fear. It manages to create a genuinely terrifying atmosphere as your hapless security guard flees from a band of animatronic killers. Eek!At number three, Appointment With F.E.A.R. is an entertainingly gaudy comic book story played out with an extra dose of interactivity. Create your own hero and set out on your choose-your-own-adventure path.Just behind at number four, ALONE... manages to breath new life into the tired old endless runner. It does so with stylish stripped-back visuals, a unique space-spelunking setting, and a delightful inverted control system.<p>Qi's Top 10 Android games of September 2014Pos.<p>GameQi ratingReviews1 Five Nights at Freddy's9.132 Construction Crew9.033 Appointment with F.E.A.R.8.634 ALONE...8.435 Anomaly Defenders8.346 FIFA 15 Ultimate Team8.237 Tiny Tower Vegas8.148 CounterSpy™8.139 Beach Buggy Racing7.9310 Empire Run7.73<p>N.B. While we only display the average score to one decimal place, the lists are generated to further significant figures. We just don't show them all.And, naturally, these are static graphs based on live listings which are subject to constant change as new releases and reviews emerge.</p><p>In order to provide a regular marker of the critical zeitgeist, however, we will continue to round up the best of the iOS and Android games released each month to provide the definitive Quality Index top tens.</p>iPhone Qi / iPad Qi / Android Qi
Since I their altar, you enpatron me.<p>Garena has partnered with Netflix for a Free Fire x Money Heist crossover event set to kick off this September. The limited-time Plan Bermuda event will feature Money Heist-themed outfits, gear, and an all-new game mode.</p><p>The new mode will actually be called Money Heist. It's a 4v4 mode where you'll race against a rival team to collect as many banknotes as possible. Along the way, you'll be tasked with activating in-game printing presses found dotted around the map. It's not as simple as just pressing a button, however, as you'll also have to occupy and defend the surrounding area to keep that money coming. The first team to hit the required cash target within the allotted time will be declared the winner.</p><p>The crossover could probably be described as a full takeover, meaning you can expect the Money Heist theme to appear everywhere, from the Plan Bermuda parachutes and planes to the Money Heist safe on Spawn Island. The crossover will also introduce a host of now-iconic outfits from the hit series, including the red jumpsuits and masks.</p>But yield them up where I myself must render-
<p>If there's a cat in a game then there's a good chance I know about it. Hence, The Robot Factory immediately pinged on my radar when it was released this week.</p><p>It's meant to be an educational game that, presumably, teaches kids about physics, engineering, and other science-related operations.</p><p>However, it boils down to being a game about building robots. Cat robots, specifically.</p><p>OK, obviously that's my own preference, the whole cat thing. But, you can create any type of robot you wish.</p><p>As the game's description reads, this could include: "Robot samurais. Robot spies. Robot butlers. Robot wizards. Robot lizards. Robot dancers. Robot doctors. Robot moonwalkers."</p><p>Anything you want, so long as you can make it, and yes, you'll need a bit of common sense for that.</p><p>There are more than 50 robot parts to try out. And perhaps the most fun part is testing them to see how they work. Usually, it doesn't got so well, at least for me it doesn't.</p><p>Anyway, if creating and collecting robots is your kind of thing, you should check The Robot Factory out. It's available for£2.49 / $2.99 on the App Store right now.</p>
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