<p>If you've ever wanted to help towards a great cause by playing mobile games, you'll want to take note of this one. War Child's project, Armistice, has rallied developers and publishers and aims to raise £250,000 for children in need. <p>Last year @WarChildUK reached 165,231 children, giving them a chance to play, learn and grow ?? The money raised from #Armistice2018, our annual charity gaming fundraiser, will do even more good ??But who’s involved? Stay tuned to find out https://t.co/YaqMzfya2D pic.twitter.com/muL1RlWRdM— War Child GameOn (@WarChild_Gaming) November 5, 2018 With November 11th only a few days away, it's been almost 100 years since the guns fell silent in World War 1 and that's a cause for celebration. If you've not heard of it, War Child is a charity which helps support children across the world caught in conflict and strives to give them a better future.</p><p>Project Armistice works across a huge number of titles, including Shadowgun Legends, Snipers vs. Thieves, Lords Mobile, The Respawnables, Guns of Boom, March of Empires, and more. Come November 8th, exclusive Armistice Sale content will be available to purchase via IAP for non-violent items/weapons, peace emblem masks, skins, and more.</p><p>Steam-users are also in for a treat as right now you'll be able to pick up some brilliant titles on sale, where a percentage of developer proceeds will go towards War Child UK's work.</p><p>"War Child's Armistice is a unique and exciting initiative. Peace is denied to too many children around the world, but millions of gamers can help some of the world's most vulnerable children affected by war by playing games as part of War Child's Armistice," said Carey Mulligan, War Child UK global ambassador."It's such an innovative way to fundraise and very simple too – just buying and playing a game you love can help provide crucial support for innocent victims of war."</p>
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<p>Square Enix had a Final Fantasy Explorers livestream this morning revealing more features of the Monster Hunter-like 3DS game.</p><p>One of those features outlined is called "Trance", which will let you turn into other characters for a short time.</p><p>Squenix revealed the first of those characters today in Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII. As you can see in the picture, he seems to have been squashed a little bit - it's almost cute.</p><p>It was also revealed that you'll be able to turn into other well-loved characters from the Final Fantasy series by using Trance.</p><p>Final Fantasy Explorers will be released in December of this year exclusively on 3DS in Japan. There's still no word as to whether it will be released in other territories.</p>SiliconeraThe Jackdaw and the Doves
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