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  1. Salut. Iti multumim ca ai apelat la echipa Overwatch! Numele suspectului: 1tapcfg Mapa jucata: De_dust2 Analiza: -Prima Runda: Se duce A cu un awp, nici nu a apucat sa tragă ca a fost ucis. !! Nimic Suspect !! -A doua Runa: Se duce lung cu un ak 47, isi ia vreo 2 flash-uri. Vede un player îl omoară, și după aceea moare. !! Nimic Suspect !! -A treia runda: Are un awp, se duce tot lung, și un adversar îl omoară cu awp-ul. !! Nimic Suspect !! -A patra runda: Se pare ca ii ia pe adverasari prin surprindere si face un headshot cu pistol după care moare. -A cincea runda: Face un kill cu pistolul si moare. !! Nimic Suspect !! Concluzie: Am analizat toate rundele, jucătorul raportat nu are nici un hack. M-am uitat la toate rundele, doar ca nu le-am mai scris în analiza, deoarece mi se par niște kill-uri ușoare și ca nu avea rost ! Verdict: CURAT
  2. Vain Glory - 2014 Vainglory is a free-to-play video game with in-game purchases, developed and published by Super Evil Megacorp for iOS and Android. The game is a version of the MOBA wherein two opposing teams of three or five players fight to destroy the enemy by controlling the path between the bases, which is lined by turrets and guarded by AI-controlled enemy creatures. Off the path, players battle for control points that provide resources. The game was released for iOS in November 2014, after being soft-launched for over half a year, with the Android version being released in July 2015. A Mac and Microsoft Windows version of the game was released in July 2018. Through cross-platform play, players on all four platforms can play together simultaneously. The game's development started in 2012 upon the forming of Super Evil Megacorp. The game was unveiled at Apple's September 2014 iPhone 6 announcement event to demonstrate the platform's Metal graphics API. Super Evil Megacorp attempted to make a game that would entertain players for hours and encourage in-person multiplayer experiences similar to that of a LAN party. Vainglory received generally favorable reviews. Critics praised the game's graphics, characters, and level design, but criticized its lack of team communication features. Reviewers disagreed on the game's degree of accessibility to newcomers, which was part of the reason why it received mixed reviews. GAMEPLAY Vainglory is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game similar to popular MOBAs like League of Legends and Dota 2 designed for smartphones, tablets and PC. A standard for the genre, two opposing teams fight to reach and destroy the enemy's base while defending their own in a tug of war for control over three paths, the "lanes", which connect the bases. In addition, there are "jungles” between the lanes, which contain creatures and objectives that can be killed or captured. In Vainglory, teams have five players who each control an avatar, known as a "hero", from their own device. Weaker computer-controlled characters, called "minions", spawn at team bases and follow the lanes to the opposite team's base, fighting enemies and turrets en route. Lining the lanes are turret towers that repel the flow of minions and enemy heroes. The player's objective is to destroy the enemy turrets and ultimately the "Vain crystal" in the enemy team's base. As of Update 3.9, mastery points on heroes can be earned by playing matches with them. These mastery points unlock stars once certain thresholds are reached. When a match starts, players can see each other's hero mastery in the loading screen. All matches give points as rewards, but Standard 3v3 and 5v5 give bonus points. The same number of points are rewarded regardless of a win or loss. In Ranked mode, players are matched by a ranking system. Commonly referred to as Elo/ELO, the rank points earned from match wins will go up, and so as players improve, so too will the skill of opponents. Elo is named after Arpad Elo, the mathematician and chess grand master who invented the rank score system that is at the heart of rank scores in Vainglory. Vainglory started with seven heroes, and has since expanded the roster to 56 heroes as of Update 4.11.[5] The developers of the game continually add new heroes, each with different skills but balanced for fair play. For example, a hero may have high damage but poor mobility, or strong melee abilities but no ranged option. Players choose between three abilities that upgrade via a common technology tree. There is a set number of heroes that are free to play, with the free to play roster being renewed every week. The game uses two main in-game currencies for in-app purchases: Glory can be earned through normal play and completing missions, and ICE (Immensely Concentrated Evil) can be purchased with real-world money. ICE can also sometimes be earned through game interactions, but it is a much less common reward. Players can unlock additional heroes for a certain amount of Glory. Skins, which change the appearance of heroes, can be unlocked with ICE or by collecting blueprints from the Market or in-game quests. Crafting a skin via a blueprint also requires Essence, obtainable through reward chests or acquiring a blueprint for a skin that a player already owns. Special Edition skins may only be unlocked through Opals, obtainable through reward chests or frequent in-app purchase bundle packs. Update 1.18.0 introduced "chests," which provide another way of obtaining any of these currencies; chests become available after completing a certain action (e.g. win 5 games). Vainglory offers five main modes of in-game communication: team emoticons, strategic pings, static chat lines, party voicechat, and in-game chat (introduced on Update 2.6, 3.6, and 3.10, respectively). Update 2.5 introduced Talents, collectible hero upgrades excesively for BRAWL game modes (Blitz and Battle Royale). There are (as of February 6, 2020) 168 different talents, as each hero is released with 3 different tiers of talents: rare, epic and legendary, which can all be upgraded through the games standard in-game currency Glory. Talents can be upgraded many times depending on their tier. Rare talents can be upgraded 20 times, while Epic Talents are upgradeable 10 times and Legendary 5 times. Update 3.4 introduced joystick control. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vainglory_(video_game)
  3. Space Marshals - 2015 !! Space Marshals is a science fiction top-down third-person shooter stealth video game. In the game, the player is tasked with taking out various criminals and their henchmen. Space Marshals focuses heavily on stealth elements, forcing the player to sneak around enemies to avoid being attacked. The plot of Space Marshals follows the adventures of Burton, a former Space Marshal, who was released from jail along with two others during a prison breakout. The gameplay centers around their attempts to hunt down criminals across the galaxy.The game was released by PixelBite for iOS on January 8, 2015. The Android version was released on April 10, 2015. Both versions were generally praised by critics with little criticism. A sequel to the game was released for iOS on August 24, 2016. SYNOPSIS The game is set in the "Wild West", and the player is tasked with bringing criminals to justice. The player takes on the role of Burton, the main protagonist. Characterized as "arrogant", Burton is a former space marshal who was stripped of his rank for "inappropriate use of firearms during an interrogation" and thrown into a holding cell aboard the space ship. He and two others free themselves during a prison breakout, during which all the guards and crew are killed, and take control of the space ship, steering it into the lawless reaches of the Backspace. The three team up to hunt down fugitives in the galaxy, assisted by an AI known as T.A.M.I. GAMEPLAY Space Marshals is a stealth-heavy, science fiction, top-down third-person shooter video game. There are three chapters in the game, with a total of 28 missions.The player has access to four weapon slots which they can customize with different weapons. Two of the slots are for guns, one is for a distraction device, and the other is for a pipe bomb or grenade. The variety of weapons that can be used in the game ranges from shotguns to grenades to axes. After the completion of each level, the player gets a ranking from 1-5 "stars" indicating how well they performed. The rating in stars is based on various factors such as the number of player deaths, the number of high-value targets eliminated, and the number of clues found. The more stars a player earns, the more rewards are available for them to unlock at the end of the level. These rewards include weapons, bombs, distraction devices, and armor. The player can switch between offensive mode and stealth mode. In offensive mode, the player has the advantage of being able to run quickly. In stealth mode, the player cannot be shot when behind a fence, bush, oil can, or other types of objects. However, in stealth mode, the player has to walk at a far slower pace. The player has access to limited ammunition in the game. Every type of weapon has limited ammunition available, and if the player runs out of ammunition for that specific weapon, then they can no longer use it until they pick up more ammunition which can be found lying in various parts of each level's map. Each type of weapon has a maximum amount of ammunition that can be held for it at any one time. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Marshals
  4. Pokemon TGC - 2016 Pokémon TCG Online is the digital version of the Pokémon Trading Card Game developed by American studio Dire Wolf Digital, and is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. It was originally released in March 2011 as browser-based game titled Pokémon Trainer Challenge. GAMEPLAY Pokémon Trading Card Game Online is a video game simulation of the tabletop collectible card game with role-playing elements similar to the main Pokémon role playing series. Players challenge non-player characters and other online players to card battles using 60-card decks. In the Trainer Challenge mode, the player competes against a range of computer-controlled characters using preconstructed theme decks. Winning a number of matches earns booster packs of cards. This is one of the easiest modes in the game, so is recommended for newer players. In Versus Mode, human players compete against one another. Winning earns tokens or tournament entry tickets, as well as Versus Points that contribute to earning prizes from a Versus Ladder that is reset every three weeks, adding new prizes and removing all Versus Points. There are four play modes. In Theme mode, only pre-constructed theme decks may be used. In standard mode the player's deck can only use cards which are legal in the current standard rotation (each year older cards are retired from play). Expanded mode allows cards from the expanded rotation. In unlimited mode, any cards are allowed, however the unlimited mode has been restricted to only be a playable option with online friends in a Friend Battle or training against a NPC. Tournament mode involves eight players fight through three rounds of a single–elimination style contest. The rewards increase in-line with the finishing position of the player. Winning at least one match in a ticket-entry ensures a tradeable booster pack as a reward. Winning matches earns tokens which can be used to purchase untradeable items from in game shop such as non-special booster packs of cards, preconstructed theme decks or avatar customization items. The game initially offered three starting decks, and featured more content after release. After 6 April 2011, players could buy cards from the Black and White series, which have a code to be digitally represented.Players can also create a custom avatar. There were booster pack codes which allow booster packs up to Black and White—Boundaries Crossed to be purchased from the online shop. However, as of Black and White—Plasma Storm, the code card within booster packs are now directly redeemed as online booster packs of their respective set. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pokémon_TCG_Online
  5. Concurs [1]: Crăciunul pentru mine reprezinta momentul in care ne unim toata familia si dansăm, mâncăm si petrecem momente de ne uitat alături de cei dragi toata noaptea. Concurs[3]: CS:GO Concurs[4]: Numarul 9
  6. Unkilled !! Unkilled is a zombie-themed first-person shooter video game developed and published by Madfinger Games. It was released for Android and iOS devices on 3 September 2015. The game is considered to be the successor to Dead Trigger 2. Unkilled was downloaded 3 million times in 10 days after release and grossed 1.1 million US Dollars. Developer(s): Madfinger Games Publisher(s): Madfinger Games Engine: Unity Platform(s): iOS, Windows Phone, Android Release: 3 September 2015 Genre(s): FPS, RPG Mode(s):Single-player, Multiplayer GAMEPLAY Unkilled is a zombie-apocalypse-themed first-person shooter, available on iOS and Android. The player's task is to complete over 300 missions. Mission goals include rescuing a person or locating and destroying a target. There are also stealth missions. The player is armed and must face hordes of zombies to complete the missions. The player is able to change gear before starting each mission. The player gets bonuses for every completed mission. Bonuses include money and experience. The player can buy new weapons for money and upgrade weapons by getting more experience. Weapons can also be upgraded so they deal more damage or are more accurate. The player can buy bonuses for real money. STORY The game follows Joe, a member of WOLFPACK, a private military unit whose task is to fight the zombie menace before it becomes global. Joe is sent to New York to deal with a huge zombie outbreak. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unkilled
  7. Need For Speed: No Limits !! Need for Speed: No Limits is a free-to-play racing video game for iOS and Android, and a mobile installment in the Need for Speed video game series, developed by Firemonkeys Studios and published by Electronic Arts. It is the twenty-first installment in the franchise, the franchise's second free-to-play title (after Need for Speed: World), as well as the franchise's first original title made for mobile devices, unlike past mobile games in the series that were adaptations or companions of various Need for Speed games. It was released on September 30, 2015. Developer(s): Firemonkeys Studios Publisher(s): Electronic Arts Series: Need for Speed Platform(s): iOS, Android Release: September 30, 2015 Genre(s): Racing Mode(s): Single-player, multiplayer GAMEPLAY Need for Speed: No Limits has a heavy focus on street racing, vehicle customization, and avoiding the police. The player must race in "Campaign races" (which is considered the game's story mode), "Car Series races" (where only certain cars may participate to win in-game rewards) and "Rival Races", which are ghost-based multiplayer races. As well, the player can participate in time-limited special events, where the player will be loaned a special car for use in the event. If the player finishes the event before the event time runs out, the player will be able to keep the loaned car as a completion reward. Most cars in the game can be customized with wheels, body-kits, widebody kits, paint jobs, and wraps, in addition to performance upgrade. Unique cars acquired from time-limited special events (as well as Ferrari cars), however, can never be visually customized. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Need_for_Speed:_No_Limits
  8. Just Dance Now !! Just Dance Now is a video game in the Just Dance series developed by Ubisoft. It was released on September 25, 2014, available in both the App Store and Google Play. The trailer for the game was revealed at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2014 on June 9, 2014. Without the purchase of VIP an ad-supported version of the game is available. A few months prior, a beta version was available in the previously mentioned stores for most parts of Europe. Just Dance Now is intended for people who may not have access to a console to play the original game. The app version instead uses an internet connection to the Just Dance Now website through either a television, a computer, a laptop, a tablet, a Chromecast or an Apple TV. The device acts as a controller, much like the Wiimote, the Wii's main controller. Multiple players may connect simultaneously, and there is no limit to the number of players allowed. Since the June 2017 update, the game now allows players to play any song of their choosing for in-game currency instead of the previous model of providing a playlist offering limited free songs. The app offers a library of songs requiring a time-limit VIP pass which can be purchased through the app or coins which are automatically earned overtime or purchased through the app. Developer(s): Massive Entertainment, Ubisoft Milan Publisher(s): Ubisoft Series:Just Dance Platform(s): iOS, Android, tvOS, Tizen Release: NA: September 25, 2014 Genre(s): Music, rhythm Mode(s): Single-player, multiplayer Official Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Just_Dance_Now
  9. Salut. Iti multumim ca ai apelat la echipa Overwat.ch! Numele suspectului: Kytykat @Anormalii Mapa jucata: de_mjobly6 Analiza: -Prima runda: Face un headshot cu ak 47 primeste flash. Mai face 2 kills cu ak 47 si moare. Nimic suspect. -A doua runda: Si-a cumparat un ak 47 si un deagle, da un flash, primeste flash si face kill se plimba pe mapa si se termina runda. -A treia runda: A fost mutat in echipa Terorist, face un kill usor si moare. Conluzie: Nu am vazut nimic suspect la acest demo. Face kill-uri usoare si verifica zonele. Verdict: CLEAN
  10. Power Rangers: Legacy Wars Power Rangers: Legacy Wars is a fighting video game based on the 2017 film Power Rangers, created by San Francisco-based game developer nWay with characters from the movie and the TV show. The game was featured on Amazon, Apple's AppStore and Google Play Store. The game has been downloaded more than 50 million times. GAMEPLAY Power Rangers Legacy Wars is an online tag team-based fighting game. Players select a primary character (a Leader) and two supporting characters (Assists) that can be called in during combat. Players can also challenge computer players in Training Mode. Characters' move-sets are based on color-coded "cards." Each card has a different attack type: Strike, Defense, Breaker. They work in a rock-paper-scissors form. Strike beats Breaker, Breaker beats Defense, and Defense beats Strike. When constructing a team, players must keep their team build in mind, as an imbalance of cards leaves one vulnerable to counterattack (too many "Strike" cards leaves one vulnerable to "Defense," and so forth). Players can complete challenges to win Morph Boxes, and can use the earned items to upgrade their Leaders and Assists. Corruption Boxes can be unlocked via points earned in PvP battles. On October 19, 2017, Megazord battles were introduced. Gameplay is nearly identical to Warrior battles, but blocking is nonexistent, replaced with Defense attacks. Also, a Megazord is required to have power-ups, called "Megas" which the Megazord can access when it has dealt and/or taken enough damage. In May 2018, guest fighters Ryu, Guile, Chun-Li, Akuma, Cammy and M. Bison from the Street Fighter franchise were introduced. The following July, an original fighter known as Ryu Ranger (a morphed version of Street Fighter's Ryu) was introduced into the game. In November 2019, an original fighter known as Chun-Li Ranger (a morphed version of Street Fighter's Chun-Li) was introduced into the game. As of july 2020, Legacy Wars had 88 characters consisting of Rangers, allies, villains, and guests. These 88 characters includes 15 premium characters. The game currently has 9 megazords: 2 common, 2 rare, 2 epic and 3 legendary. PLOT Set in the universe of the 2017 Power Rangers film, Rita Repulsa infects the Morphin Grid with a virus that brings together and corrupts all known Ranger generations. Zordon and Alpha 5 send Jason to cleanse the Morphin Grid. Jason saves various Rangers and together with them goes on to save more and take down Rita, meeting various threats along the way. Eventually, the Rangers find a few Megazords, which they use to challenge Mega Goldar and the Black Dragon Megazord. However, Rita's power is growing, and she is able to now pull fighters from other dimensions into the Grid. She finds the remains of M. Bison and reanimates him. In return, he gives Rita his dimension to conquer. Ryu senses this, but it's too late, and he and his friends and enemies are pulled into the Morphin Grid. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_Rangers:_Legacy_Wars
  11. Monster Hunter In addition to games, the franchise has an anime based on the spin-off game Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village, Monster Hunter Stories: Ride On based on Monster Hunter Stories, a manga Monster Hunter Orage, and a book Monster Hunter Episode. A feature film was released on December 3, 2020. The Monster Hunter (モンスターハンター, Monsutā Hantā) franchise is a series of fantasy-themed action role-playing video games that started with the game Monster Hunter for PlayStation 2, released in 2004. Titles have been released across a variety of platforms, including personal computers, home consoles, portable consoles, and mobile devices. The series is developed and published by Capcom. The games are primarily action role-playing games. The player takes the role of a Hunter, slaying or trapping large monsters across various landscapes as part of quests given to them by the local, with some quests involving the gathering of a certain item, which may put the Hunter at risk of facing a certain monster. As part of its core gameplay loop, players use loot gained from slaying monsters, gathering resources, and quest rewards to craft improved weapons, armor, and other items that allow them to face more powerful monsters. All main series games feature multiplayer (usually up to four-player cooperative), but can also be played, single player. As of September 2020, the game series has sold 65 million units worldwide, and is Capcom's second best-selling series following Resident Evil. The early games in the series principally sold well in Japan and other Asian countries, popularized by the series' use of ad hoc multiplayer features on portable consoles. Monster Hunter has been critically well-received in Western markets, but had generally languished in sales, in part due to the game's high learning curve. However, with Monster Hunter: World (2018), Capcom aimed to attract a global audience using the power of advanced home gaming consoles and computers and released the title simultaneously worldwide. World became the best-selling Monster Hunter game within three days of its release, and became Capcom's best-selling game with 16.6 million sales by September 2020, including more than 70% outside of Japan. GAMEPLAY Monster Hunter games are action role-playing games that takes place in a shared low fantasy setting, where the human-like species have a pre-industrial level of technology such as steam power, but continue to study the ruins of a long-past advanced civilization. In the setting's less populated regions, monsters roam the landscape and threaten small villages or research bases that have been established to study the ruins and these monsters. Players take the role of a Hunter that serves to help protect the villages and bases from these monsters, typically aiding in researching these. This is generally presented through a series of quests to slay or trap a monster but can include numerous optional challenges. The core feature of Monster Hunter is its compulsion loop. Unlike traditional computer role-playing games, a player's Hunter does not grow and has no intrinsic attributes whatsoever. Rather, the Hunter's abilities are instead defined by the specific weapons and armor they select prior to leaving on a mission. The games have more than ten weapon archetypes, such as a sword, switch axe, lance, hammer, and bow, each with distinct advantages and downsides, and a vast array of specific weapons that provide attack power and the ability to inflict elemental or status effects on a monster. Multiple pieces of armor can be worn, providing defensive value and also resistances to certain types of attacks or status effects, and additional skills that boost the Hunter's attributes while in the field, although there are also downsides to certain combinations of armor. In later games, additional equipment atop armor can be worn to further boost those skills, such as adding gems to maximize the effect of positive skills and render null those of negative skills. While the Hunter starts the game with basic equipment and can buy some more equipment, most of the gear must be made by collecting resources from the field, including parts that are carved from downed monsters or given as rewards from completing quests successfully. The gameplay loop becomes one of selecting the best equipment to defeat a specific monster and using the parts from that opponent to make better gear as to face even tougher adversaries. However, given that the parts obtained are distributed based on certain rarity factors, a player may need to grind, hunting the same monster repeatedly to get the right parts.[3] Rarer items are only available on harder difficulty settings, so the player may need to fight earlier monsters again in more difficult battles. Once a quest is selected and the player equips their Hunter, they enter one of several environments and must track down the monster, as well as collect other resources used in crafting weapons, armor, and restorative items. Alternatively, players are tasked with gathering a certain item, which carries obvious risks, for example, the possibility of a large monster being present. While in the field, the player must watch their Hunter's health and stamina. The Hunter will faint if they lose all their health and be returned to the field's base camp where they can continue the mission, but fainting three times will fail the mission. Stamina is consumed by most attacks and actions but can be regained quickly by standing still. However, should the Hunter use all their stamina, they will be unable to react until they fully recover, leaving them vulnerable to any attack. Stamina also decreases gradually from its maximum amount to a minimum point, and can only be replenished by eating cooked meat or other items that increase stamina. There are also armor combinations that allow players to maintain the same amount of stamina by canceling hunger, reducing it, or even increasing it. The games offer a number of tools and other equipment that can be used to help defeat a monster and recover health and stamina while in the field. Combat is centered around watching for a monster's tells prior to an attack to be able to dodge it and/or make a counter-attack, and looking for openings to unleash strings of attack combos, depending on the Hunter's current weapon. In most cases, once the player has initiated action, such as a combat maneuver or taking a recovery item, they cannot cancel that move until its animation cycle is complete (a method called "animation priority"), which also may leave them vulnerable to a monster's attack in mid-maneuver.[4] In addition to monster parts for completing a quest, the Hunter is rewarded with Zenny, the in-game currency. Nearly all Monster Hunter games have a single-player mode; in these, the Hunter is often accompanied by a Felyne or Palico, a sentient cat-like creature that provides support and limited offensive abilities in combat. Most Monster Hunter games support or originally supported four-player cooperative online modes, allowing the group to hunt down stronger versions of monsters. The games typically have a main quest line, frequently called "Low Rank" or "Village Quests", which can take up to fifty hours to complete. Once completed, the game opens up with new "High Rank" or "Gathering Hall" quests, featuring stronger versions of monsters they have previously faced, as well as new monsters are yet seen and unique variants of these foes, all of which provide better components for more powerful weapons and armor sets, providing hundreds of hours of potential gameplay following the main quest. More recent titles add a third rank of difficulty, called "G Rank" or "Master Rank", adding further variant monsters with new attacks and attack patterns. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_Hunter
  12. Lego Batman 3:Beyond Gotham Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is a Lego-themed action-adventure video game developed by Traveller's Tales and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment in November 2014 for multiple platforms. It is the third installment in the Lego Batman video game series and a sequel to Lego Batman: The Videogame and Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. A port was released to mobile phones, excluding the numeral in the title. Similarly to its predecessor, the game features voice acting and semi-open world environments, and focuses on a large cast of heroes from the DC Universe rather than just Batman and Robin, who must join forces with a group of villains to thwart Brainiac's attack on Earth. Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham was met with a generally mixed reception upon release. Praise was directed at the amount of content, the game's humour, and the characters, while criticism was directed at technical issues, poor AI, underwhelming celebrity cameos, conflicting gameplay aspects, and the game's overall direction. A spin-off, Lego DC Super-Villains was released on October 16, 2018. GAMEPLAY The core gameplay of Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is very similar to that of the two previous Lego Batman games: Lego Batman: The Videogame and Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. The player controls any one of a wide assortment of characters (of which there are over 150) from a third-person perspective, primarily fighting enemies, solving puzzles, and collecting Lego 'studs', the game's form of currency. Using attack combinations in combat will multiply the number of studs earned. Up to two players can play in co-operative mode. There are many different environments in the game. All are based on DC comics' universe's locations. As in previous Lego video games, levels are unlocked for 'Free Play' mode once they are completed in Story Mode. 'Free Play' allows the player to replay any level they have completed, but with any characters they have unlocked so far. This permits access to special areas containing additional collectables, that the player was unable to get to before. This is unlike Story mode, in which the player may only switch between the preset characters involved in that scene. There are several level hubs for the heroes in the game such as the Batcave, the 'Moon', and the Hall of Justice. Here, the player may explore and complete puzzles to find, earn or unlock 'gold bricks' or 'character tokens', access the game's main levels, and complete side quests. There are also other specific features such as enabling 'red bricks' (a form of cheat), and viewing collected 'mini kits' (which are collected in levels). Players may also create their own character using parts from characters already unlocked, as well as a limited array of weapons. The six 'Lantern Planets' are another type of explorable world in the game; they are much the same gameplay wise as the main hub areas and levels, with the main difference being that the Lantern Planets are more open-world focused. The open world exploration on the Lantern Planets is similar to Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes and Lego Marvel Super Heroes. Individual characters are able to use many unique abilities related to their comic book powers and talents. For example, Superman can fly, put out fires with his ice breath, and has heat vision (which is used to destroy gold Lego objects), the Flash is faster than other characters, the Atom can shrink his size to fit in tight spaces, Braniac (Unlocked after finishing the main story) can shrink or enlarge objects, and Martian Manhunter and Shazam can transform from one form to another. Many characters have the same technical abilities, such as flight, transformation, speed and the ability to shoot projectiles, although, they are all visual and aesthetically different to suit the individual characters. Players are able to swap the costumes of some of the main characters (Batman, Robin, Cyborg, the Joker, and Lex Luthor) with many differing ones, each containing unique abilities and different colour schemes. The sonic suit can break glass, the demolition suit lets the user set down and launch bombs to destroy silver Lego objects, and the hazard suit, which lets the user walk through toxic waste and suck up special Lego pieces which are used to progress through levels. Robin and Lex Luthor can wear the Technology suit that can activate Tech panels, and the magnet suit that lets Robin, Cyborg or the Joker climb up magnetic walls and activate special switches. These suits can be changed into at any time after unlock. These are mostly different in design, as in Lex Luthor's stealth suit granting invisibility, and of such not being detected by foes, while Cyborg's stealth suit is a washing machine, but still acts like Lex's. The characters also mention the 1960s Batman (TV series) main theme song. When in the character menu, staying for 5–10 seconds on a main character will cause that character's voice to sing, for example, “Na na na na na na Flash!”, or in Superman's case “Na na na na… Na na?”. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lego_Batman_3:_Beyond_Gotham
  13. Spy Mouse Spy Mouse (stylized and marketed as SPY mouse) is a video game developed by Firemint for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. The game was originally released in August 2011 by Electronic Arts. Shortly after being launched, it quickly became the most popular app on the iOS App Store. Since May 4, 2015, the game is no longer available from the App Store and the Google Play Store. After the release of iOS 11, all 32-bit apps including Spy Mouse no longer function. GAMEPLAY Mr. Squeak, also known as Agent Squeak, is a spy mouse trying to get as much cheese as possible while avoiding various cats, who will chase or harm him if he is spotted. The player uses line-drawing (similar to the game Flight Control) to direct Agent Squeak through the levels. Players travel along a path by each building as they play each subsequent level. Cheese will slow the player down, causing them to be more vulnerable. If any one of the cats happens to catch Mr. Squeak, he will be defeated, and the player will have to start over the level or the part of the level they were on. Players can use power-ups to help them, such as chilies, which increase speed, or balloons, which also increase speed by decreasing the weight of the cheese Mr. Squeak is carrying. The player can also use power-ups purchased from "Digger's Shop", which help the character get through the level more easily. To get power-ups purchased from the shop, they must use cheese they earned from previous levels they completed to pay for them. If the player does not have enough cheese, they can purchase it as an in-app purchase. One item in Digger's Shop is Kiska the Cat, an option that allows the player to skip a level and move on to the next one. However, this option does not award the player with any cheese they usually earn at the end of a level. There are seven sets of approximately ten levels, each taking place in a different "world". The first world is titled "Prologue". This world introduces the player to many elements of the game including cheese, cats, etc. The rest of the worlds each take place in a unique location: the suburbs, an area with many factories, a village filled with ninja cats, an inner city, a town home to ghost cats, and a tropical area spiraling a volcano. Levels are each set in different building or area. Sometimes levels have more than one part to them. Some levels have hidden areas, which can provide the player with score-increasing cheese crumbs, power-ups, or dossiers that reveal information about elements in the game. A few levels have hidden exits, that can cause a player to skip a level while still being awarded with cheese. However, when a player uses a hidden exit, they must play a hidden level to move on to the next level. If a player draws a path on the map that does not go towards the main path where levels are located, they will unlock a secret level. At the end of each world, there is a boss where a player must follow a cat named Fluffy without getting spotted. In the second part, Mr. Squeak will have to defeat a cat or a cat-controlled machine to win the level and unlock the next world. On Touch Arcade, the game was rated 5 stars. As of November 2012, the game has been rated 4.5 stars on the iOS App Store, and 4 stars on the Windows Phone Store by users, but the game has only been rated 2.9 stars on Google Play. CATS Home cat: This cat is the first cat introduced in the game. It has light brown fur and is easy to evade since it does not run fast and can be very clumsy. They appear in all of the worlds. A home cat is the boss in the Prologue, Suburbs, and Ghost Town boss levels. Alley cat: This cat is the second cat introduced in the Suburbs world. They are very fast, not very clumsy, have black fur, and are hard to evade. They appear in many levels and appear in every world except the Prologue world. An alley cat is the boss in the Factories boss level. Blind cat: This cat is the third cat introduced in the Suburbs world. It does not chase Mr. Squeak because it has poor vision and only walks in its drawn path by being very clumsy. However, it can eat him if he walks right to it. Although it does not appear in many levels, it appears in every world except the Prologue and factories worlds. Ninja cat: This cat is introduced in the Ninja Village world. It has blue fur and wears a red headband. When it spots Mr. Squeak, it throws three shurikens at him. It does not chase Mr. Squeak unless he has a ball of string, fish, or cheese. If Mr. Squeak has cheese, the stars it throws might land on the cheese without any damage to it instead. It appears in the Ninja Village and Inner City worlds and is the boss in the Ninja Village boss level. Thief cat: This cat is introduced in the Inner City world. It behaves like the house cat, but steals cheese from Mr. Squeak and places it in a spot marked with a paw-print. It appears in the Inner City world and every world after it. Ghost cat: This cat only appears in the Ghost Town world. Although it is the slowest cat in the game, it can walk and see through walls, meaning Mr. Squeak can only avoid it by hiding in a shadowy area. There are two types of ghost cats: blue ghost cats and green ghost cats. The difference between them is that green ghost cats are slower than blue ghost cats. Jungle cat: This cat only appears in the Volcano world. It has light blue fur and wears a light brown mask. It does not chase Mr. Squeak but throws darts at him that might poison him if they land on him. If a dart lands on Mr. Squeak, he turns green and walks slower than he usually does, and the cat that threw the dart will chase him like a house cat does. Lava cat: This cat only appears in the third part of the level "Red Hot" in the Volcano world. Its entire exterior appears to be made out of lava. It acts like a house cat, but can walk through lava pools. It is the boss in the Volcano world. Fluffy: The primary antagonist of the game, Fluffy has white fur, wears a purple collar, and only appears in the boss levels. In each world, the boss level is marked with a white cat that resembles Fluffy. This location has a building with a statue of Fluffy on top of it. If you win the boss level, the statue of Fluffy changes to a statue of Mr. Squeak. In the first part of a boss level, Mr. Squeak must follow Fluffy all the way to the second part of the boss level without getting caught by her. If he does get caught, he is "busted" and must start over from a specific part of the level. When she spots Mr. Squeak in the second part of the boss level, she tells him that she was expecting him and leaves. After this, Mr. Squeak must defeat a cat or a machine controlled by a cat to win the boss level. BOSSES Great Expectations: This boss level features a boss with a fast moving machine. Once you are on your path, even though a normal cat might not be able to see you, he knows where you are. At the end of the level, he is defeated by slipping on oil and crashing into the wall. Knives & Forks: This level will feature a similar boss to Great Expectations, except this boss will be throwing knives and forks. You will have two mouse holes to make it easier. There are also two blue targets that will shield you. To win the game, you have to get the boss to hit both blue targets with a knife or fork. A blue laser beam will appear in the middle of the screen and the boss will get fried. The Cleaner: This level features a new boss in a suit with a vacuum. In order to win, you have to push a series of buttons leading up to a dynamite button which will lure a stick of dynamite down a conveyor belt. The cat will suck it up in his vacuum and fall into a swimming pool. Throwing Stars: This boss is a ninja cat that has a machine that throws ninja stars. It will shoot at three different locations and try to hit you. There is a series of targets that might help the boss hit you. Unfortunately for the boss, he left the buttons that rotate the targets out there too. The game is won by angling the targets so that they hit a glass case covering the yellow button. By switching the red and yellow buttons, you will make it so that when the stars are shot at the top position, they will hit the cat. Nobody's Lunch: In this level, you battle a Kant cat inside its digestive system. When you reach the cheese, there will be a wave of stomach acid summoning up a burp. Stay one step ahead of the stomach acid and you should wind back through the maze. The cat will burp you and the cheese out. Hide in Sheet: On this level you will face a house cat with a sheet over his head pretending to be a ghost cat. The lights will go out when Fluffy leaves. During the level you will only be able to see the area around Mr. Squeak and the whole screen in occasional lightning flashes. To win this level, you must press a series of buttons leading up to a red button with an exclamation mark on it. When you press that button, a fan will start and blow off the boss' sheet. Volcanic Villain: In this level, you will encounter a boss who shoots fire at you. To win the level, you must press two buttons to create a bridge to a picture of a sun. Once you get to the picture of the sun, flames will rise in the back of the room and the boss will fall off his floating leaf. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spy_Mouse
  14. N.O.V.A 3 Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance 3 (also called N.O.V.A. 3) is Gameloft's third installment of the N.O.V.A. series for iOS, BlackBerry 10 and Android devices, with planned releases for the BlackBerry PlayBook and Windows Phone 8 devices. The game was released on the App Store on May 10, 2012. N.O.V.A. 3 falls into the sci-fi action-adventure FPS genre. Gameloft also launched a free to play edition of N.O.V.A 3 which is known as N.O.V.A 3 :Freedom Edition. Unlike its predecessors, instead of being faithfully orientated towards Halo, N.O.V.A 3 is more orientated to games such as Killzone and Call of Duty. N.O.V.A 3 features Gameloft's multiplayer service Gameloft Live. CAMPAING Former N.O.V.A commander Kal Wardin receives a distress call from his AI, Yelena, from the long abandoned planet Earth. He crash lands on the city of old San Francisco and joins up with Sergeant Becker and his N.O.V.A squad to fight their way back to the N.O.V.A base, while also disabling a Signal Jammer. A wounded Volterite detonates a bomb which blasts him out of the building. After helping him stand up, Sergeant Becker and his team come to know of his acts of heroism in the events of N.O.V.A. 2. He then heads to the sensor arrays after repairing them and then continues onward to base. At the base, Kal finds out that the N.O.V.A has stolen the Judger's artifact. The artifact could transform Earth back into the habitable planet it once was. But the Judgers were not people to play with, and knowing this, Kal vows that after saving the Judger's artifact from the hands of the notorious Volterites, he would be resigning from N.O.V.A, and this time, permanently. He and Sergeant Becker ride a 4x4 to the artifact location. As instructed to, Becker gets on the gun of the 4x4 and covers the entrance. Kal manages to reach the artifact, but right next to it stands Prometheus, who forbids him to get the artifact. Prometheus explains he is the hand of the Judgers, and he will be returning the artifact to them. Prometheus then tells Kal that unsurprisingly, Becker was overpowered and killed by the swarm of Volterites at the entrance. He then explains that Kal will have to retrieve two more artifacts for the Judgers in order to stop them from "cleansing" the world, killing both humans and Volterites in the process. Prometheus also tells him that he will have to get to the Fyna galaxy and battle for the second artifact. The second artifact is hidden in an ancient Volterite ship, Therrius. Kal is teleported there by Prometheus, and gets the artifact, with the help of new Volterite ally Maz'Rah. In the process, Kal reactivates the ship as well, which would help Maz'Rah's Volterite rebels in their war against the Volterites who are hostile to humans, called the Dominion. Then, Kal heads to desert planet Boreas, where he works with his old friend Rufus to retrieve the third artifact. However, after fighting off the rebels on Boreas and an intense car chase, the Volterites escape with the artifact and take it to their home planet, Volteron, where they intend to convert the artifact into a weapon of mass destruction to use against the humans. Kal, Rufus and Yelena then head to Volteron to get the artifact, before the Judgers would intervene and wipe out all traces of humans and Volterites. After fighting through heavy resistance and braving harsh environments including the exploration of a Volterite Shrine, crossing a lava river and much more, they meet Maz'Rah again who leads Kal through some Volterite systems. After that, they head to a Volterite temple where the artifact is located. Upon reaching the temple, however, Yelena is killed by the temple guardian, a powerful creature called the Kar'Rak. Maz'Rah reveals he can and has been controlling it, telling Kal and Rufus that the Volterite Overseer has left him no choice but to kill them. After Kal and Rufus fight him off while evading the Kar'Rak, Maz'Rah realizes his betrayal and kills the Overseer in a brief fight, and gives Kal the final artifact before dying of the wounds the Overseer had inflicted upon him. Rufus and Kal then escape the temple's destruction with Prometheus, who teleports them out. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N.O.V.A._3
  15. Angry Birds Transformers Angry Birds Transformers is a run and gun video game. The tenth installment in the Angry Birds series, the game is a crossover between Angry Birds and Transformers, featuring battles between the Autobirds and Deceptihogs, Angry Birds versions of the Autobots and Decepticons. It is published by Rovio Entertainment with collaboration from Hasbro. The game was released on October 15, 2014, for iOS, released on October 30, 2014, for Android. The release includes related licensed merchandise and a toy line from Hasbro. The game's catchphrase is "Birds in Disguised as Robots in Disguise". PLOT The EggSpark has crashed into the surface of Piggy Island, cyberforming the Birds and Pigs and turning them into the Transformers. It has also turned the eggs into the EggBots, which are turning all pigs (except for King, Foreman, Chef, Corporal, Minion, and Professor Pig) into their minions and then turning non-living things into monsters that want to destroy life, replacing it with technological beings across the island. The Autobirds and Deceptihogs must put their differences aside to destroy the transformed pigs and to chase the mischievous Eggbots, ultimately rescuing the fate of their homeland. GAMEPLAY The goal is to survive through the run, shooting at pigs, structures, and targets and transforming into vehicles, including cars, trucks, motorbikes, tanks, submarines, planes and flying saucers (which all stay at ground level)- since failure to survive results in no pigs popped and/or having no health for that character. Pigs can be eliminated by shooting directly at them, but it is sometimes easier to defeat them by shooting at the structures or making TNT explode. Since the gameplay is a side-scrolling video game, pigs who have gone out the screen can no longer be eliminated. The player can use the user's Facebook friends unlocked characters or randomly generated characters to assist in a level for a limited time. Coins may be collected either during runs, popping pigs and/or simply by waiting and collecting coins that generate over time from freed areas. Some levels or features can be only unlocked when the player has upgraded enough Transformers to level 15. In addition, gems can also be collected and can be used to purchase and to keep going through the run. TELEPODS The game is the fourth game in the franchise to be compatible with Angry Birds' Telepods, a toy line that is also used in other Angry Birds games such as: Angry Birds Star Wars II, Angry Birds Go, and Angry Birds Stella. When using Telepods, it can summon the toy's Transformer, and either boost its power or recharge its armor. It is a necessary to scan the toy's QR code each time after the app is closed since the application will "forget" the Telepods the user has previously scanned in. Official Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angry_Birds_Transformers

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