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Since I their altar, you enpatron me.<p>Turbo Tape Games has admitted that it was "incredibly wrong" in regards to the in-app purchase system in Warhammer: Arcane Magic.</p><p>In the game, players guide a party of wizards across hazardous lands fighting monsters from Warhammer's universe. Battles are frequent and are designed to be tough.</p><p>However, if players are struggling, they can heal their wizards by using a Warpstone. If they ran out of Warpstones then they can buy more using the gold they earn in the game. And if they have no gold they can purchase it with real money.</p><p>The Warpstone was cheap to buy at 25 of them for 500 gold. However, spending the gold like this meant players weren't able to buy the spells that Turbo Tape intended for them to get.</p><p>"When people started making unproportioned purchases of Warpstone for earned gold, they also suffered double from not being able to buy spells," explains Turbo Tape, "which then made the situation take a turn for the worse, since new spells were intended to ease the increasing difficulty.</p><p>"This started a vicious cycle that led to more death, the need for more Warpstone, running out of gold -- in effect hitting a completely unintended paywall."</p><p>As players found what they perceived to be a paywall in a game that they had already paid £7.99 / $9.99 for upfront there was a lot of backlash.</p><p>For the last month or so, it's felt like everyone and their nan's been rushing like mad to get their Auto Chess game out the door and onto our mobile devices, with Tencent's Chess Rush being the latest. And while most of those attempts to capitalise on the genre's success have launched in what could very generously be described as a half-finished state, this one actually looks quite polished and feature-complete.</p><p>The general gist of it is that 8 players face off against one another on an 8x8 board, and victory is only achieved once you've knocked all 7 rivals out of the race. Matches in the game's turbo mode are short and fast-paced, lasting only 10 minutes.</p><p>There's also a co-op mode here that allows you to team up with a pal to take on other teams from all over the world. It's four teams of two all duking it out in intense, strategic battle to be declared the best of the bunch.</p><p>There are over 50 heroes available at launch for you to pick and choose from. Formulating the ultimate team is the real challenge here, though you'll also need to decide when exactly to use each hero. If you want to get tactical, combining three of the same hero will trigger affinity bonuses that allow them to take powerful, stat-boosting items into the battlefield.</p><p>Pre-registering ahead of tomorrow's launch will net you some neat in-game rewards, including several epic skins. Here's the link for the game's official site. Its App Store and Google Play pages don't currently appear to be up, but that's likely to change later on today.</p><p>It's going to be interesting to see how it stacks up against the likes of Dota Underlords and the original Auto Chess. I'm sure it'll be decent, but whether it can take on the big boys is another matter entirely.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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Not age, but sorrow, over me hath power.<p>Monument Valley's recent Forgotten Shores update, a Gold Award-winning expansion that our review called "even more inventive and surprising" than the original, is out now for Android.</p><p>Forgotten Shores adds eight chapters to the original game's ten, and costs £1.49 / $1.99 as an in-app purchase.</p><p>The base game sells for £2.49 / $3.99 on iOS and Android.</p><p>The price of the expansion caused some controversy a few weeks ago following its launch on iOS, with several customers changing their original score to a 1-star on the App Store in protest.</p><p>This backlash also saw backlash of its own, with some critics accusing players of not truly valuing the work that goes into creating games.</p><p>Monument Valley, which our review called a "brilliant, breathtaking" adventure, also received a Gold Award.</p><p>You can purchase both the original game and its Forgotten Shores expansion on Google Play now.</p>
<p>Niantic is teaming up with Fuji TV and anime studio Crafter to bring an Ingress anime series to Netflix this October. Ingress: The Animation will tell the story of a world where exotic matter is leaking through portals, granting people psychic powers. The action will follow Makoto and Sarah, the show’s protagonists, as they are drawn into faction battles over the mysterious Portals. You can learn more about the series on its official website.</p><p>Ingress was Niantic’s first AR experience, sending players out into the world to compete in two different factions to capture Portals that are disguised as landmarks and pieces of art. Niantic announced Ingress Prime late last year, a reboot of the classic AR game, granting Ingress everything from a new narrative to an artistic and user-interface overhaul. Ingress Prime is set to launch alongside the new anime series this October.</p><p>Are you still playing Ingress? Will you be watching the anime? Let us know in the comments.</p>
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