"It's true. That's exactly what I am--a hateful little beast. There's something I've GOT to tell you, Anne. I suppose it will make you despise me, but I MUST confess it. Anne, there have been times this past winter and spring when I have HATED you."
heresysoft.com<p>No, no, you read that right. The UK may have lost the ultra-sugary Ricicles but the US is about to gain a Super Mario cereal. Don't worry though, we've not transported back to the 80s... I think. <p>We can cerealously confirm that Kellogg’s Super Mario Cereal will be hitting store shelves on Dec. 11th! https://t.co/bYlPaVjvFc pic.twitter.com/cbqCLeUulg— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 30, 2017 Earlier today, Nintendo of America Tweeted out that that Super Mario Cereal is on its way to American store shelves in December and people have been going wild for the news.</p><p>According to the product's blog post, aside from the collectible SMO box art, each cereal box functions as an amiibo accessory 'making breakfast a more playful experience'. This amiibo feature will apparently let you collect gold coins or a heart in the game.</p><p>The cereal will be limited edition and available from December 11th across the US. It'll consist of wheaty stars, and colourful power-up marshmallows to give you a burst of berry flavour in each bite.</p><p>Truthfully, I'm kind-of sad they didn't name it Super Mario Odycereal.</p>
<p>Roguelike gaming experiences are all the rage right now and this RPG subgenre is becoming increasingly popular on mobile. Tower Hero, a platforming adventure currently available for Android, is the latest title hoping to capitalise on this trend and we have 20 ad-free copies of it to give away.</p><p>Developed by Odis, Tower Hero is a roguelike run across the procedurally-generated floors of the eponymous tower. Players will take on the role of mighty hero and run the gauntlet against hordes of enemies. Every time they fall, they will come back even stronger, increasing their odds of reaching the higher floors, and eventually the summit, where their final victory awaits.</p><p>Levels are completely randomised, so they will be different on each playthrough. The stages are divided into themed zones with unique traps and enemies to pit your skills against, and there are epic boss battles to contend with before you can ascend to the next floor.</p><p>Tower Hero allows players to put their own personal stamp on their hero, with 20 different hairstyles to choose from and various headgears to equip to gain new abilities. There are also more than 20 weapon types to wield, including bows, swords, sceptres, axes. And to ensure that their heroes are stronger on every playthrough, players can upgrade their character and level up their abilities to help increase their chances of further progression every time.</p>
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Every tale is not to be believed.<p>Updated 28th July 10:00 AM: The long-awaited shooter Phoenix 2 is now out of soft-launch and is available to play here on iTunes for free. Enjoy the total chaos on your iPhone or iPad.Phoenix 2 is the long-awaited sequel to Firi Game's gorgeous and insanely intense bullet hell shooter, and it's finally available, currently on the Singapore and Netherlands App Stores.</p><p>This sequel expands on the thrills and strengths of its predecessor with even more ships - 40 in total - and even more enemies, bullets, and particle effects onscreen.</p><p>A powerful arsenal of weapons and upgrades allows you to upgrade your favorite ships with lasers, shields, missile swarms, and much more.</p><p>Procedurally generated missions allow you to test your bullet hell prowess against a new gauntlet every day.</p><p>Last month, Firi confirmed that they planned to release Phoenix 2 by the end of July, so we'll keep you updated as the game arrives in more regions.</p>
<p>Bandai Namco is holding a limited-time sale on the classic fighting game and Bronze Award-winning Soul Calibur on Android.</p><p>From November 21st to December 4th, you can purchase Soul Calibur for £2.49 / $3.92 rather than £9.99 / $13.99.</p><p>When we reviewed the iOS version of Soul Calibur back in 2012, we called it a " fantastic fighting game," but added that it is "harder to recommend than it should be thanks to a high price tag and the omission of any multiplayer modes."</p><p>Well, you can't argue with a 65 percent off sale, can you? That alleviates one of our main problems with the game: the price tag.</p><p>So, if you want to get to fighting with big swords, pick up Soul Calibur before December 4th to get it cheap on Google Play.</p>
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