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Ótima dica! É free, boa jogabilidade, música cativante e ainda roda perfeitamente no Ouya! Rsrrsrs Valeu pela indicação!

PSX4Droid: outro excelente emulador de PSX http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?f=422&t=283923 VGBA: emulador GBA para android http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?f=422&t=3573

nao gostamos de topicos de android por aqui saibam que o botao report serve bem pra isso, pq ao invez de ficarem de mimimi nao reportaram o topico pra ser pin

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Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi gameplay trailer


Publisher Sega and developer Delightworks have released a new gameplay trailer for Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi.

The trailer features the new song “Warera no Inori Warera no Mirai” composed by Kouhei Tanaka, arranged by Akifumi Tada, lyrics written by Aki Hata, and sung by the in-game organization Imperial Combat Revue.

The trailer debuted as part of the third “Aogashima Headquarters Report,” a series that introduces the latest information on Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi. The third episode features composer Kouhei Tanaka as a guest, who shares his thoughts on the songs of the Sakura Wars series he has worked on thus far, and discusses the traits of the new songs in Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi.

Sega also announced it will release the Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi theme song “Sakura Hikaru Revolution” and in-game Great Imperial Combat Revue B.L.A.C.K.-sung “Wonderful Future” via music distribution services on October 22.

Finally, the company confirmed it will host its fourth “Aogashima Headquarters Report” on November 4, and added a live performance by the Imperial Combat Revue’s Shino Sakura (voiced by Moeka Kishimoto), Fuuka Aoshima (voiced by Ayu Matsuura), and Asebi Mikohama (voiced by Yuuko Natsuyoshi) as a bonus for its 200,000 pre-registrations goal. Over 150,000 users have currently pre-registered.

Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi is due out for iOS via the App Store and Android Google Play in 2020 in Japan. Read more about the game here.

Watch the gameplay trailer, third “Aogashima Headquarters Report,” and a teaser trailer for the fourth “Aogashima Headquarters Report” below.

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Lyxo: jogo Android e iOS com ray-tracing:

You wouldn’t typically think of a simple light-reflection puzzler as something that would tax your hardware, but Lyxo uses a custom-made raytracing technology in order to realistically simulate a beam of light in real-time and apparently this sort of thing wasn’t possible previously due to hardware limitations but as Emoak says “due to the enormous processing power of today’s smartphones it is now possible to physically correctly simulate thousands of individual light rays in real-time." Who would have thought? Lyxo is all set to launch in just a couple of weeks on February 24th on both iOS and Android devices and it’ll be priced at $2.99.

Fonte: TouchArcade

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Hype altíssimo aqui. Essa é a minha série de tower defense favorita, comprei todos os jogos.

Acho difícil alguém aqui nunca ter ouvido falar de Kingdom Rush, mas se for o caso, recomendo baixar o 1 que é grátis. Certeza que quem gosta do gênero vai adorar o jogo. E as sequências nem são muito caras.

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