Chuzzle 2（MOD (No Ads) v4.2.0）
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1、<p>Bearmask’s upcoming hidden object meets rhythm game Lo-Fi Room is set to release for iOS and Android next year. Before then, however, the developer is looking for players to test the game out and provide feedback to help with its development.</p><p>If you're interested in getting hands-on with the game prior to release you can sign up to be a tester using this Google Form. All you have to provide is your email address for a chance to become a tester and gain access to nine levels in Lo-Fi Room.</p><p>Successful playtesters will be asked to fill out a feedback form to help with the ongoing development of the game. The keys will be given out before the end of the year and will remain valid for around a month, giving you plenty of time to try out Lo-Fi Room.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with Lo-Fi Room, it's a mixture of a hidden object and rhythm game. Players will hunt for instruments on each level before having to complete a rhythm sequence. Once they've nailed that, the instrument will be added to the song playing in the background, effectively creating your own soundtrack.</p><p>Developer Athena's Pixel Art: Color Island is a relaxing game all about colouring and building stunning pixel art islands. It aims to help reduce stress and anxiety, as well as boost your focus, memory, and intuition. No easy feat, that's for sure, but Color Island's mix of simple, stress-free gameplay and pretty visuals might just do the trick.</p><p>You'll work to earn stars and happiness points which in turn unlock new islands for you to explore and colour. Once you've completed your artwork, the island you're currently on will expand in new and interesting ways. To keep things fresh, you can find and use power-ups to help you complete any given object quicker by connecting its pixels with the same number.</p><p>The game boasts artworks from an eclectic mix of talented artists. There are tons to pick and choose from, and they've all been specially designed for Color Island. You'll basically never run out of neat objects to colour, with each new island offering its own distinct theme.</p><p>You can play the game entirely offline if you so wish, and its intuitive design and warm presentation make it ideal for brief play sessions.</p><p>It's also perfect for those who like to relax when on the go or unwind at the end of a long day. If you're on the lookout for a polished and extensive colouring game, you'll find Pixel Art: Color Island available for download now from both the App Store and Google Play.</p>
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- "I don't call it meddling. Uncle Dave told Leslie twelve years ago that nothing could be done for Dick. She believes that, of course."
- <p>Finally, the frantic and bouncy arcade threequel SpikeDislike3 is now out for iOS.</p><p>You may recall that we reported last week on how Apple initially rejected the game for a ridiculous reason.</p><p>Basically, Apple accused developer Jayenkai of ripping off his own games - the other two titles in his SpikeDislike series - and banned SpikeDislike3 from sale based on that.</p><p>Obviously, everything has been cleared up now, so let's forget about that slip up last week and try to enjoy the game, yeah?</p>SpikeDislike3 brings more one-touch 2D platforming challenges. But instead of it giving a small selection of endless levels there are 150 levels that each have an end to reach while avoiding spikes.!
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