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<p>As we mentioned last year, Shards of Memories is a relaxing puzzle game free of clocks, timers and all the terrible, stressful elements that make puzzlers like this the complete opposite of relaxing.</p><p>Across three chapters and 84 levels, Shards of Memories is about helping an emotionally-challenged man get through an awful day in his life. The story is told through images and thoughts of the protagonist as you piece his smashed memories back together - hence the title.</p><p>With a beautiful soundtrack and original artwork, it's hard not to take notice of this game and place it alongside other tangram works such as TanZen.</p><p>After a rather lengthy delay, developer Astrograde Lab finally released it with Android on June 16th 2016.</p><p>It's available to download now from Google Play for free.</p>aiimjournal.com
<p>Europe and the US are both getting cool Nintendo 3DS bundles to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pokemon - but I reckon we drew the short straw here in Europe.</p><p>In the US, Pokemon maniacs can pick up a New Nintendo 3DS which comes with Game Boy games Red and Blue pre-installed on the system.</p><p>There are two cover plates, featuring Blastoise and Charizard, in the box, and you also get a download code for a Pokemon home menu theme. The bundle hits shelves on February 27th.</p><p>In Europe, Nintendo will be releasing three 2DS bundles (the door wedge-shaped handheld without the stereoscopic display).</p><p>There's a transparent red system that comes with Pokemon Red pre-installed, a see-through blue device with Pokemon Blue, and a translucent Yellow console for Yellow.</p><p>Whichever you pick, you also get a sheet of 15 stickers that can be used to customise the Nintendo 2DS (or your sister's face), and a download code for a home menu theme.</p><p>In Europe, New Nintendo 3DS owners can grab two new sets of cover plates - one featuring artwork from Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon and another covered with classic critters.</p><p>All this junk - plus, the three classic Pokemon games on Virtual Console - is out Feb 27th.</p>
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<p>Microsoft is running hot and cold after seemingly announcing a competitor to Google's Cardboard, before pulling the ad just hours later.</p><p>The image broke cover to promote a Russian virtual reality hackathon and features a girl holding a housing with the branding 'Microsoft VR Kit' across it.</p><p>This 'hackathon' page vanished later and hasn't returned but you can take a look at the archived page here.</p><p>This promotional image appears to show a low budget headset affixed to a Nokia Lumia smartphone, which adds more confusion to the recent speculation that Microsoft is stepping away from the Windows Phone platform.</p><p>Microsoft has recently announced augmented reality product HoloLens and partnered with Oculus to offer an Xbox One controller with each consumer headset, so it clearly sees some the potential in virtual reality.</p><p>Whether this latest move is a bungled PR stunt (or even a fake) has yet to be seen.</p>The Monkey and the Camel
Real-time fast-paced 32-PERSON MATCHES against players from all over the world!TEAM PLAY! Join forces with a Battle Buddy and play together.MEGA REWARDS! Collect new characters, emotes, and parachutes as you level up.EXCLUSIVE BATTLE PASS CONTENT! Unlock rewards and flaunt them in the arena with the Battle Pass.HUGE game map to explore. Parachute into your area of choice and control your landing.Tons of ITEMS to loot!Race to SUPPLY DROPS to gain that all-important edge in matches!SHRINKING play area. Stay clear of the storm!
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Proud of subjection, noble by the sway,