<p>In the E3 aftermath we're stoked to learn that Rainbow Train (Klocki, PUSH, Hook) has a new puzzler on the way called Up Left Out. Better still, it's launching on iOS and Android on June 27th for 99p/99c, so there's no time to wait at all.</p><p>
Pure Sniper(No Ads)<p>It's time for another #gameoftheday selection. If you've not heard of our bad-games-suck initiative, let me explain it to you - bad games suck, and we want to make sure that you don't play any. So every day we share with you, our devoted readership, one absolute gem from the annals of mobile gaming history. You're most welcome.</p><p>Today it's the turn of the axe-tossing multiplayer battler Axe.io. We'll get to that in a bit, but since you might be paying a bit of attention right now, why not click here and see all of the other games that we've bestowed our prestigious #gameoftheday title upon. Together, we can make sure that no one plays a bad mobile game ever again.Axe.ioIf you've played a .io game you're probably expecting this one to be a simple multiplayer game. And it is, but not as simple as you might expect. In the main game mode you're sprinting around a tight arena, hurling axes at everything that moves. As you kill, you level-up, getting access to shields, swords, and other perks that make the slaughter so much easier.</p><p>There are other modes to sink your teeth into, including a PvE scrap against a massive dragon. There might not be that much depth to the experience, but this is the perfect slice of pick-up-and-play nonsense that's going to scratch your competitive multiplayer itch pretty comprehensively.</p>A MAN who had been bitten by a Dog went about in quest of someone who might heal him. A friend, meeting him and learning what he wanted, said, "If you would be cured, take a piece of bread, and dip it in the blood from your wound, and go and give it to the Dog that bit you." The Man who had been bitten laughed at this advice and said, "Why? If I should do so, it would be as if I should beg every Dog in the town to bite me."
<p>The popular indie strategy game The Battle of Polytopia has finally got its huge multiplayer update. And we couldn't be more excited. If you're not playing it already, this is the perfect time to get into it - it's free for single player games too, so don't be afraid to dive in.</p><p>Multiplayer's where it's at now, though. Aside from being the most anticipated update of the game so far it's also the biggest and opens up the universe further than ever before.<p>I've been playing Polytopia's multiplayer update for the best part of a week now and, genuinely, I think this might be the next big thing on mobile. Absolutely hooked.— Peter Willington (@xeroxeroxero) February 11, 2018 Its online multiplayer runs across both iOS and Android so it doesn't matter who has what device - anybody can play!</p><p>It wasn't too long ago that the fabulous Susan Arendt talked about why TBoP is such a great entry strategy game, and it's no secret that a few folks here at PG are huge fans of it.</p>How do I get my friend code?<p>Once you've updated your game and click the Multiplayer button you'll be given your very own friend code, so be sure to share it in the comments below. Let's get some turn-based strategy battles going.</p><p>Here's one of ours: z0pPfrpTuGR1Flik. Dave Bradley's a beast of a player though, so don't expect victory to be easy. </p>Like usury applying wet to wet,'"Among the many that mine eyes have seen,
Whose rarest havings made the blossoms dote;To blush at speeches rank, to weep at woes,
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2. DUMB ENEMY
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