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<p>To help promote their newest game, Idle Tuber Empire, Futureplay Games has launched an event that allows players to raise money for real-world charities.</p><p>The goal of Idle Tuber Empire is to be the most popular streamer by creating videos, getting likes, and earning funds to help build your livestream empire, and creating an entourage who can manage your channel while you're away.</p><p>This includes being able to team up with celebrity streamers, who are based on real-life YouTube personalities from around the world. As part of the celebration, choosing a celebrity streamer to help in your quest will earn money for the actual streamer's chosen charity, some of which have already raised over $2,000. It's a unique way to promote the game, while doing some real-life good.</p>He gifts you a surprise of a young girl as a servant named Sylvie. She will do whatever you will say desperately and will follow your orders no matter what. So begins with care.
<p>Singapore based developer BattleBrew Productions has added a new entry into its line of bunny battling BattleSky Brigade titles, this time trading the idle town building fun of its predecessor (BattleSky Brigade TapTap) for realtime shooting action in BattleSky Brigade: Harpooner.</p>"Captain Jim is a good man, but he's kind of vexing in one way. You CAN'T make him mad. I've tried for twenty years and he just keeps on being placid. It does sort of rile me. And I s'pose the woman he should have married got a man who went into tantrums twice a day."
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<p>It's not the first time Rok has made it on Pocket Gamer's radar. Having launched on the iPad in June this year, the mythology-infused puzzler managed to bag PG's Bronze Award in its review, and now it's finally out on the iPhone.</p><p>Once you move past its gorgeously polygraphic art style, Rok is a unique puzzler in which you play as a frail, elderly man. You have to escape a futuristic Norse prison by using your telekinetic abilities to re-wire machinery, bypass advanced security measures, fend of deadly cave dwellers, and figure out a way around (or through) obstacles.</p><p>What I find striking about this game in particular is that is slams together futuristic elements with Norse mythology (my favourite, for those who don't know), making it a highly sensory and visceral experience.</p><p>Grab the game on the App Store now for £2.29/$2.99.</p>