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A Steel Media round-up for the week of June 11th

By , on June 15, 2018
Last modified 5 months ago

Here’s another weekly round-up of news, previews, and features from Pocket Gamer, 148Apps, and the rest of our sister sites.

On our Youtube page, James Gilmour reviews the challenging and atmosphere Feist. Featuring "spikes, physics, and grisly deaths" in spades, the games is praised for its unique take on familiar ideas, clever mechanics and level design from a simple set of controls, and reflex-testing challenges that also turn each combat encounter into a fast-paced puzzle.

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Over on Pocket Gamer, Jon Mundy takes a look at the companion app God of War: Mimir's Vision, which is most useful as a lore comendium for players to delve into. If you're intrigued by the numerous Norse myths and characters in the main game, Mimir's Vision provides more details and stories as well as an interactive map of God of War's central realm.

Finally on 148Apps, Campbell Bird provides an overview of the some of the best "forever games" on mobile, or games that you can return to again and again, for weeks or months or years, and still have fun. The racing sim strategy of Motorsport Manager Mobile 2, the stealthy infiltration of Invisible Inc, the physics-based fun of Pocket Run Pool and several more all make the list.

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For those stories and many more, be sure to visit our fellow sites, and keep an eye for more weekly round-ups on upcoming Fridays.


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SumoSplash 5 months ago

A game that blatantly copies theme and aesthetic loses all gameplay credibility, regardless of substance, especially when the “homage” is Limbo.

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jay2019 4 months, 4 weeks ago

Hi, I'm not aware of the game copying another game. Which game are you referring to? Thanks
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