<p>Tile-matching puzzle games have been popular ever since Tetris literally laid down the building blocks. And now thanks to ZPLAY the genre has a new feline companion called Mr. Catt.</p><p>You play as a black cat on a great journey to light up the stars and to find the white feline that disappeared into the night.</p><p>Game play involves completing self-contained stages of tile-matching puzzles, arranging blocks by colour in groups of 3or more to clear them. Special blocks help you clear the screen in fewer moves, and the bigger the combo the higher your score. There are 3 episodes in the story altogether, with over 300 stages to complete.</p><p>The graphics will charm your paws off, with glittering illustrations and subtle animations to enjoy as you move between stages in the mission map.</p><p>The soundtrack is also nocturnal and peaceful, giving everything a meditative feel – differentiating the game from manic puzzle contemporaries such as Candy Crush Saga.</p>
1、"That might be fitly called a CAT-astrophe," said Gilbert.<p>Just as November fades into December, Asphalt 9 is right in there with a bunch of new in-game events for us to enjoy. Starting today you can take part in multiple challenges to grab tokens, blueprints, and more.</p><p>
2、Spider Trouble(mod menu)<p>After the announcement of the mobile versions of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night a few weeks ago, NetEase has now revealed the ports will be released on 4th December and you can pre-register now.</p><p>Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a 2.5D Metroidvania set in Gothic England where you must fight through a demon-infested castle to defeat the forces of evil and save humanity. Former Konami producer Koji Igarashi led the game’s production, who previously worked on the Castlevania series of which Bloodstained is cited to be a spiritual successor.</p><p>The mobile ports of the game feature the same action, gameplay and content of the PC and console versions. There are no compromises on visual quality or gameplay fidelity. As well as an overhauled UI and redesigned shard icons, these mobile versions include all console DLC, making it the definitive edition of the game for playing on the go.</p>
4、<p>The utterly gorgeous Agent A is finally getting a new chapter on iOS - better yet, it's coming this week!</p><p><p>“Let’s play a little game.” ~ Ruby La RougeNew chapter Ruby’s Trap hits iOS Dec 22 https://t.co/BrdIeirmga#agentagame #madewithunity pic.twitter.com/tqkyoBAsRK— Yak & Co (@yakandco) December 18, 2016 For those new to the game, Agent A is a stylistic, swinging-60s puzzler where we take up arms as a spy (Agent A) and attempt to bring down the notorious Ruby La Rouge.</p><p>Its gameplay is simple but effective as you go through different rooms/areas and figure your way out of them. It isn't called 'a puzzle in disguise' for nothing.</p><p>We'll know more about the upcoming chapter this Thursday when it releases. Most likely it'll follow on from where we left off at the end of the previous chapter and will no doubt feature lots of awesome new puzzles and tricks to play around with.</p><p>Agent A's next chapter hits iOS this Thursday the 22nd December, so why not refresh your memory before then? The game's currently £2.49/$2.99 on the App Store now.</p>
1、In the game, your foremost task is to select a team of yours, where your work style and most of the individual players matter. You have to choose the group from all the famous and real football players. Yes, you will get to buy Ronaldo, Neymar, Messi, and others for better performance and ensure your team wins against the other.'Tis promised in the charity of age.
2、<p>Wizard Legends: Fighting Master, the casual roguelike action game from Loongcheer Games and Greybeard Studio is now available for iOS. The game initially launched in late December for Android when it became available through Early Access.</p><p>Since releasing late last year, the game has been updated to introduce a host of new content, which is available on launch for iOS. This includes a Hard mode alongside a new Elf Skill, artifact, cloaks, books, enemies and map. Naturally, some bugs have also been squashed too.</p><p>Pandemia: Virus Outbreak is a game that puts a unique spin on an "apocalyptic" sort of game. Instead of going in, guns blazing and killing zombies, your job is to help stop the spread of a virus. It's available now for Android. </p><p>You use cards to make certain decisions during your tenure as the world leader. But you'll have to think wisely before making your choices as there could be consequences. Some of these are instant while others are more long term. The game operates very similarly to Infinite Corp where you swipe left or right to make choices, only there are several things that can be affected.</p><p>To help make decisions a little easier, you'll be able to use a strategic map. Looking over this map can help you make the best choices possible under your current situation. This is a great way for players to plan accordingly instead of just blindly deciding. It seems like this will add a true layer of strategy to Pandemia.</p><p>You also have the chance to take a look at your financial situation to help tweak your decisions. The moods of people also play a role here as you want to avoid upsetting everyone with your choices. You can also manage your virus research too which can be beneficial in the long run. Blending all of these things with the choices that you make will hopefully bring the outbreak to its knees.</p><p>There are images of the three things mentioned that fill up when things are looking positive and in good shape. If the meters are low, then that means you may have to change your approach to restore order. It's all about balancing everything out. If you can keep things steady throughout your time as a world leader, then you will succeed, and end the virus.</p><p>Pandemia: Virus Outbreak is available on Google Play for $4.49.</p>Like putting your mind to the test? Then check out the top 25 strategy games for Android.