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<p>Today Koukoi Games announced a sequel to the Best Art award-winning Crashing Season, Crashing Season: Run.</p><p>Crashing Season: Run is an endless runner in which you'll get to play as some of your favourite animal characters and dodge obstacles, ram into hunters, and more. Oh, but they're piloting a variety of vehicles this time around.</p><p>According to the press release, there'll be a wide assortment of vehicles available to unlock and drive, as well as an 'extremely social mechanic system to reward players for a long time through social interaction'.</p><p>That's all we know for now. We're not sure yet on the date of release or how much it'll go for, but check out Pocket Gamer.biz's article for a little more interesting reading.</p>Real Racing 3(Unlocked)<p>Ambitious text adventure The Outcast has been completely revamped, with fresh art and a more involved story.</p><p>Developer Simple Machine (Lex, Circadia) says the game uses a narrative engine that offers unique and unpredictable story beats, inside a set tale about travelling across a post-apocalyptic America.</p><p>It has a strange pace, though. You'll only get to experience a small part of the story before you're kicked out of the app. You'll get a notification when you're allowed to log back in and keep on reading.</p><p>It's all very intriguing, so we're definitely going to investigate further with a full review. But if you're a daring sort, you can jump in now and get The Outcast on iOS for £1.49 / $1.99.</p>
<p>The long-awaited final episode of hit point-and-click adventure game Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise, titled ‘The Final Blow’, has – following an exceedingly lengthy wait – received a solid release date.</p><p>After developer Yak & Co tweeted out the little puzzle embedded below, fans were quick to spot the release date of the final episode hidden within. If you’d like to solve the puzzle yourself, consider this your spoiler warning before I go ahead and tell you when it’ll be out, ok?<p>Incoming.... mes..sage... from... head..quarters.... END TRANSMISSION pic.twitter.com/OWz1uYSdiM— Yak & Co (@yakandco) August 2, 2019Ready?... Well, turns out all signs point to Yak & Co bringing its acclaimed episodic series to a close on August 29th. Basically, the puzzle reads guaeninowt, which when read backwards gets you twonineaug or two nine aug. See where I’m going with this?</p><p>If you’re yet to delve into the world of Agent A, it’s a point-and-click adventure game that sees you playing as an unnamed agent who’s tasked with hunting down the infamous Ruby La Rogue. It’s a narrative-based title with plenty of tricky puzzles to solve, oddball characters to meet, and wonderful environments to explore.</p><p>The final episode was originally due to be released late last year, though the start of development on console and PC ports meant delays. Chapter 5 will launch as a free update for iOS and Android players, while console and PC fans will be able to pick up the full game in one complete package on August 29th.</p>NEO Scavenger Mod NEO Scavenger Mod v1.2.8 (Full) Features:FullPlay the acclaimed PC survival RPG on your tablet and smartphone! (Free unlimited time demo with IAP to unlock full version. 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