<p>Cartoons and shooting aliens. That's what you get from Glorkian Warrior on iOS, and now, you can get it on Android too.</p><p>Glorkian Warrior is a mash-up of Saturday morning cartoons with a Galaga-type shooter. It's all shooting and silliness.</p><p>You have to move Glork left and right, blasting tennis balls and lasers at the rows of aliens that descend upon him. You also need to hop over the pesky fire-breathing mites on the ground as well, so keep an eye out.</p><p>You're given challenges to beat by a pair of rather mean twin sisters. There are lots of power-ups to collect, including the legendary Flarf Gun. And it's all illustrated in candy pinks and deep purples.</p><p>You can now play Final Fantasy VIII's much-loved mini game Triple Triad on your iOS or Android device, and play the first Final Fantasy game for free, through Square Enix's new portal app.</p><p>The app lets you track upcoming FF games and get all sorts of news and screenshots. But forget all that: Triple Triad son! It's got 300 cards and you can play against the computer or other players.</p><p>Also, if you access the Portal before September you'll be able to play Final Fantasy inside the app, for nothing. One down, 14 to go.</p><p>Final Fantasy Portal App is free, and available on both iOS and Android.</p>
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<p>Terraforming Mars originally started life as a board game and was recently digitised for PC. Now it’s made its way over to iOS and Android devices so you can try and help humans prosper on the Red Planet on the go. Elon Musk would be so proud.</p><p>The original game was created by a fellow called Jacob Fryxelius and Asmodee Digital are aiming to recreate it as faithfully as possible. It’s not a straight port either, the UI has been redesigned so that it’s optimised for touch screens.</p><p>It’s a turn-based strategy game where each turn you’ll place various cards on the board to try and hit several goals. These include achieving a high Terraform rating, building cities and other infrastructure – both of which earn you Victory Points. However, there will be other corporations who will try to slow you down so you can’t achieve these aims.</p>
<p>Last week we announced that the Pocket Gamer Awards would be returning in 2021. It's a great time to celebrate the greatest releases, publishers, developers and tech - and all of the winners and nominees are chosen by you!</p><p>That's right. We're simply organising the event, so we want you to share your favourite games, devs and gadgets from the last year. There are 27 different categories to choose from and you can make as many nominations as you'd like.</p><p>Did you play a platformer last year you want to scream about? Or perhaps you've picked up a shiny new phone that has made gaming on the go more enjoyable than ever? Whatever you want to celebrate, you'll likely find a relevant category. But there's only one week left to get your nominations in, so if there's a game you feel deserves praised heaped upon it, let us know.</p><p>The whole event is a straightforward three-step process.</p>Step One: Nominations<p>We're currently in the nomination stage, as I mentioned above. This stage will remain open until the end of January. From there we'll build our longlist from the nominees submitted by our readers. If you've got a few games you'd like to nominate, head on over to the nominations page right now to get your picks in.</p>Step Two: Voting<p>Once you've nominated all the titles you believe are worthy of an award, we'll sort through the list and pull together the final shortlist. This will be available to view on our shiny Pocket Gamer Awards 2021 Hub in February. You'll then have the whole of the month to vote for your winner in each of the 27 categories.</p>Step Three: Winners<p>Finally, in late March we'll reveal which games received the most public votes before crowning them as the winners of the Pocket Gamer Awards 2021.</p><p>In addition to that, we will also be inducting a game into our Hall of Fame, an honour which will be agreed upon internally by the editorial team. There will be plenty to celebrate then.</p>So, without further delay, head over to the Pocket Gamer Awards 2021 nomination page and let us know about the mobile games you love.
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