<p>Kingdom Two Crowns is now available for both iOS and Android after what feels like a very long time. That's partly because it launched on pretty much everything else around two years ago, including the Nintendo Switch. Still, if it's a good port it will most likely have been worth the wait.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with Kingdom Two Crowns it is a side-scrolling strategy game where you will become the monarch of a kingdom and recruit various followers to its cause. That's a tough job for one individual though, so as the name implies you can bring another person along for the ride with split-screen co-op if you'd like, or it can be tackled solo.</p>
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3、<p>Oculus Rift has really struggled to meet its launch targets.</p><p>At first, it seemed like the company hadn't built enough to meet demand, but then it was later reported that it was missing several parts and so there was a delay in the manufacturing process.</p><p>However, a new rumour has surfaced today from Taiwan which casts a much darker shadow on the proceedings.</p><p>DigiTimes Research has suggested that the reason the headset has suffered from horrendous delays is because there are issues with its key component, the Fresnal Lens.</p><p>Oculus adapted the lens, allowing it to maintain high-end performance while also shrinking the optics. However, there are suggestions that Oculus us struggling to replicate this in mass quantities, leading to further delayis</p><p>The lenses are apparently susceptible to cracks, so extra care must be taken when putting them together. As a result, there are suggestions that there could be further delays, meaning some pre-orders may not be fulfilled until August.</p><p>Considering the Fresnal Lens is a core part of the headset, if these issues cannot be resolved, it's possible the headset may also need a redesign, which could set things back even further as new components may not work with existing hardware.</p><p>Of course, this is still a rumour and it remains unconfirmed, but it would go a long way to explaining some of the issues Oculus seems to be having over the past few weeks.</p><p>If there is a further delay, could Oculus be running the risk of taking itself out of the VR race altogether? Especially with HTC Vive pretty much having the market to itself, and Playstation VR only a few months away.</p>
4、<p>Halfbrick is returning to its arcade, adrenaline-boosting roots with Radical Rappelling out June 4th on iOS and Android.</p><p>Radical Rappelling is a high score-chasing arcade game in which you control Rip and Roxy as they attempt to descend a volcano faster than some falling lava.</p><p>The lava falls quickly so you'll have to keep moving at all times while keeping an eye on dangers approaching from below.</p><p>It's a game that rewards precision and good reflexes. You can pull off tricks, ride rainbows, and ride rockets over obstacles to fill the Remix Bar which triggers temporary invincibility when full.</p><p>Complete missions and collect coins to level up and outfit your characters with new accessories from over 200 different items like sunglasses, caps, and the... sausage rope.</p><p>There are also a ton of power-ups and perks to use to protect yourself from the many threats. These include revives, recoil boots, and slower lava.</p><p>Radical Rappelling is out now on Android [download] but will launch on iOS this June 4th.</p>
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