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Android免費遊戲下載<p>During today's Galaxy Unpacked, we're bound to see something interesting walk through those metaphorical doors.</p><p>Of course, this is also going to be a bit of a bitter-sweet presentation considering it was just over a year ago that the Note 7 was shown off, and very nearly a year since the first of the bunch made it into our hands...before they were promptly recalled...twice.</p><p>But, here's to hoping the Note 8 won't cause as much trouble for Samsung this time around.</p>Live Blog4:52 PM - Over 100 Samsung employees gathered around the stage with their Note 8s to get an appreciative clap and rocked out to 'The Black Keys - Howlin' For You' as they walked off.4:50 PM - Denison once again thanks the current supporters of the Note series and welcome the future lovers out there.4:48 PM - The Note 8 starts selling on September 15th with pre-orders opening up in a matter of days.<p>Samsung digs at Apple by reminding us that it still has a standard headphone jack. Good lads.</p>4:45 PM - Justin Denison's back on the stage.<p>The phone's still got expandable memory on top of 64 GB of storage. Nox gives you six forms of security, and three forms of biometric security, to protect your phone.</p><p>It's also water and dust resistant. It also brings back fast, wireless charging.</p>4:35 PM - Jonathan Wong arrives on the stage to us about his two favourite things: Bixby and Samsung Dex<p>Bixby's sticking around with a word or two doing multiple actions at once - like taking foodie photos or turning your phone to night mode by saying "good night".</p><p>Bixby's also going to be compatible with Spotify later this year.</p><p>Dex is apparently one of Wong's obsessions as it allows full control of your home/personal life, letting you change up from using your desktop to snapping it up and continuing your work on the phone on the go.</p><p>4:33 PM - The 'Screen Off Memo' is back with a vengeance as you can store up to 100 pages of messages without even turning your screen on.</p><p>Hovering over the messages can also translate messages and convert units of measurements for foreign currency.</p>4:29 PM - Back to the 'S' Pen. This time around the sensitivity is higher and the pen nib is even thinner.<p>As an ex-Note 7 owner, the 'S' Pen was definitely an amazing feature which other smartphones sorely miss.</p><p>The Pen can now be used to make personalised touches with 'Live Message', meaning you can animate little doodles on messages/photos to share with your friends.</p>4:24 PM - Suzanne De Silva arrives on stage to talk us through the Note 8.<p>Two of her favourite new features are the camera and the 'S' Pen.</p><p>The camera will have duel-pixel sensor for poor light, and quick launch to access your camera a moment's notice. It'll also have two camera on the back of the phone for better, sharper pictures. Optical image stabilization in both cameras for both photos and video.</p><p>'Live Focus' helps you take professional photos by adjusting the blur and focus of the background/foreground. Background blur can be adjusted even after the photo's been taken.</p><p>The Note 8 will remain water resistant.</p>4:22 PM - Multitasking is a signature of the Note series. This time around the Note 8 will have multi-windows and 'App Pair'. This'll let you pull up two apps from your launch bar with a single touch.4:18 PM - Arrival of Justin Denison. He kicks it off by driving in the point that the Galaxy Note 8 is inspired by the users.<p>The Note 8 will combine the 'S' Pen and Infinity Display of the Galaxy S8. That's going to be a heck of big phone with.</p>4:14 PM - Introducing the 'smart phone of tomorrow', Galaxy Note 8.<p>4:09 PM - It's all about the 'S' Pen this time around with a huge focus on the art/creative community. 4:02 PM - Samsung owned up to its mistakes with the Note 7 and puts out a heart-felt message to all of the fans and trusting users who stuck with it.</p><p>DJ Koh furthered this message by saying that 'they were there to celebrate everyone who helped make the Note a success'.</p>
<p>Uwe Rosenberg's slew of board game continues this week with the digital adaptation of its famous Glass Road.</p><p>This one's not about patching things up instead it's a game about glass-making in the Bavarian Forest.</p><p>Yup, that's exactly the theme of the game and its all about building stuff in order to win.</p><p>You'll deforest the world to keep your ovens hot and more. That's not very ecological but glass making is hard you know?</p><p>In any case, you can take a peek at the rules here.</p><p>The digital adaptation features solo play against an AI, pass and play or online multiplayer with a friend.</p>
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The main hallmark that most people go crazy about is the creation of stories that embark you as you go. If you’re more of a down-to-earth type, you can opt for a high-school drama or a simple day-to-day occurrence that the game will walk you through. If you like things spicier, you can read about super-hot beings that fall in love, get pregnant, and discover the passion realms. Or, if you’re at the end of the spectrum and enjoy supernatural stories, aliens, vampires, and immortal forces, then you can have that too. Just say the word, and let the fantastic game take the reins.
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<p>Following its release on Steam at the end of October, Arte Experience's absolutely gorgeous looking The Wanderer: Frankenstein's Creature is now available for iOS. It promises to be a different take on that centuries-old tale.</p><p>In The Wanderer, you won't play as the monster known for the bolts in the neck and outstretched arms while walking. You'll play as that creature when its more of a blank slate and is currently neither good nor evil.</p><p>You'll encounter various frightened mobs through the game and how you react to them will determine what the creature becomes as he travels around Europe trying to learn more about his origins. You'll be able to choose to react with anger, sadness or even fear of your own. These choices will affect more than the creature though, it will also alter how the world looks and sounds.</p><p>Solo developer Alex Hiatt tells us that he should have his "anti-shmup" Dark Stars out for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and PC in August.</p><p>It plays like many other space shmups with the big difference being that you don't shoot at all.</p><p>Fitting in with the game's dark religious and transhumanist themes, instead of shooting to damage enemy ships, you have to absorb their souls.</p><p>This means you have to get up close to your enemies while dodging their bullets in order to clear the screen. Once enough souls have been absorbed the enemy ship will be incapacitated.</p><p>In turn, these souls will charge your shields and abilities. The main instrument you have is called The Maw. It's a circular trap that you open up that Hiatt says has "has both offensive and defense properties."</p>
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