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Which may her suffering ecstasy assuage,<p>Wales Interactive, Good Gate Media and Little Jade productions have announced that their interactive sci-fi thriller The Complex will be releasing for iOS and Android on December 3rd. The live-action narrative-driven adventure title had previously released on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in March this year.</p><p>Following a bio-weapon attack in London, two scientists find themselves locked in a laboratory with both time and air running out. Throughout the game, you will make various choices that will affect your relationships with different characters you'll meet, which will ultimately lead to one of eight different endings. You can check out the embedded trailer below for an idea of what to expect.</p><p>These relationships can be strengthened or weakened through your interactions with these folks and there will be a score associated with this that is calculated from the start of the game. It is these choices that will have the greatest impact on which ending you see. </p>Tales of the Neon Sea review - "Stunning but literally puzzling"<p>Similarly, The Complex will also have personality tracking where the decisions you make will provide you with a breakdown at the end of each playthrough to show you how you opted to approach everything. This will be divided into five categories which include openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.</p><p>Encouraging players to get creative is always a fun way to engage with a game’s community. And, from the wide-eyed anime-inspired characters, to their countless collectable costumes, King’s Raid is a dream for fan artists. Put two and two together…</p><p> Earlier this year, King’s Raid developer Vespa teamed up with online art community Pixiv to launch an exciting competition for fans of the popular mobile RPG. The submission rules were simple: draw an illustration focusing on the heroes of King’s Raid, and enter it by 26th March. The potential reward? The admiration of players the world over, Vespa’s royal seal of approval – oh, and an impressive prize pool of 5 million yen (around £37,000).</p><p> There were a total of 1,061 colourful submissions, featuring heroes striking all sorts of dynamic poses and imagined in all manner of scenarios – from beach parties to wedding ceremonies. The standard was high, which must’ve meant a lot of backroom squabbles and tough decisions for the judges.</p><p> </p><p> There could only be one main winner, though. That accolade went to artist Ren Tian for their work “Memory Fragment”, starring Jane in all her undead, purple-haired glory. Second prize went to two artists: ‘Meling’ for their depiction of Shea, and ‘Chibi Vanille’ for “A new bride’s dream”. 54 entrants in total received prizes for their artistic efforts. But perhaps most exciting of all – Vespa has plans to use the submitted work in exhibitions and fan merchandise.</p><p> You can browse through all the submissions within the game itself – simply log in or download King’s Raid from the App Store or Google Play. Alternatively, you can take a look at the art on the main competition page: https://www.pixiv.net/contest/kingsraid</p>
The Eagle and the Jackdaw<p>Everyone loves survival games - well, everyone loves developing survival games, it seems. There's plenty of the ol' kill-craft-kill more games on the Switch already, but Tesla vs Lovecraft developer 10tons is entering the arena with its own title.</p><p>Titled Dysmantle, or DYSMANTLE if you insist on following their style guide, it's described as an open-world action RPG where you'll need to craft gear, build up a base, and kill monsters to survive. So far, so typical.</p><p>What the developers are hoping sets them apart is that 99% of objects in the world can be destroyed for resources - basically, if you see it, and it's not mission-critical, you can smash it into tiny pieces. Theoretically, you could destory almost everything in the world, and then live out your days in the smouldering silence. Nice!</p>
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<p>There's another iOS puzzler on the way from QuickByte Games called Laps - Fuse, and it looks rather interesting.</p><p>Set out in the style of a Solitaire board, Laps - Fuse takes the match-three genre and puts a spin on it. It also adds a dash of basic numeric puzzler just to top it off.</p><p>That sounds like an odd combination but it's an oddly endearing looking game. There's not a ton of information but from the GIF provided, it looks like you've got a certain amount of time to find a home for your selected number.</p><p>You've got to match three of the same numbers so they'll combine to make double their original number (i.e. three twos matched together make one four). The aim of the game is to clear the grid and beat that big ol' centre number.</p><p>The game's currently being tested, so it shouldn't be too much longer until it's out on the market, but we'll let you know either way.</p>"I dare say it is beyond me as well. All the same I mean to have a try at it some day, if I can ever get time. A newspaper man doesn't have much chance for that sort of thing. I've done a good deal of short story writing for the magazines, but I've never had the leisure that seems to be necessary for the writing of a book. With three months of liberty I ought to make a start, though--if I could only get the necessary motif for it--the SOUL of the book."