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4、<p>Indie developer Popa Radu is releasing its quirky driving game Mad Cars today on iOS and Android devices.</p><p>The goal is to drive down a motorway, picking up crazy amounts of speed, while avoiding a whole bunch of hazards which are littering the streets. The twist? You’re not only directing a single vehicle but an entire horde of cars, meaning you must try and prevent as much of your fleet from crashing as possible from each of these obstacles.<p>#MadCars is available for pre-order on the #AppStorePre-order: https://t.co/HGkeU9JhNNMade with @buildbox with #nocode#indiedev #ios #gamedev@PocketGamer @AppStoreGames pic.twitter.com/GDxjnlUH3P— TapMen (@TapMenGames) November 27, 2020Losing a few is inevitable as you slog past the various rocks, pipes and holes which are in your way, so planning your crashes tactically can be a sure-fire way of achieving success. It’s the sensible thing to do.</p><p>Mad Cars is made with Buildbox, the 3D games engine which doesn’t require any programming knowledge to get you started making games. Check out some gameplay from the official Twitter account above, showcasing some of the game’s bright gameplay that should keep you entertained for a while. In addition to what we’ve seen already, there are different seasons to drive through as well as new cars to unlock from reaching various reward milestones.</p><p>It sounds like this one may appeal to the more anarchic mobile gamers who enjoy driving games with a huge chaotic flair. In particular, the vibrant graphics style suits the mobile platform really well.</p><p>If you want to check it out for yourself, you can download Mad Cars from the iOS App Store and Google Play for Android. It’s a free to play title with in-app purchases.</p>Check out more great racing games that we've lined up for you with Jon's handy list naming some of the best on iOS.
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3、<p>Well, this is interesting. In a speech at last week's Webby awards, where Pokemon GO won a number of different awards - including Best Mobile Game – Niantic may well have teased us with something massive.</p><p>You see, the Webbys only allow winners five word speeches. And Archit Bhargava, global marketing product lead for Niantic, had the following to say...</p><p>"This summer will be legendary."</p><p>Now, if you were a news-based website, you might take that as the biggest indication yet that everyone's favourite big hitters, the Legendary Pokemon, are going to be coming to Pokemon GO sometime later in the year.</p><p>Of course, this doesn't count as anything like confirmation, but it's tantalising all the same. We'll update you as soon as we know more.</p>Nintendo Life