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<p>Kingdom Hearts Union x[Cross] has hit its fourth anniversary. The game has accumulated an impressive 10 million downloads since it first launched back in 2016 and now it will host a series of events whilst giving out a variety of rewards to celebrate turning 4 years old.</p><p>The commemorative events will run from today until 1st May and will include everything from log-in bonuses to quizzes. The log-in bonus is very straightforward and will net players 10,000 Jewels throughout the campaign if they simply log onto the game each day.</p>
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<p>You love Crossy Road, right? RIGHT? Well, Surfy Wave is sort-of similar…except with more surfing and less traffic, and guess what? It's out now on Android.</p><p>As a neat pick-up-and-play game, Surfy Wave is definitely challenging. The speed you travel at leaves no room for error as the game's insta-kill nature has you flinching around obstacles and collecting coins like a fiend. Judging by the trailer (below) it might be verging on a little too challenging at times, but that remains to be seen.</p><p>What's really lovely about it is its hidden VR/Cardboard mode which puts you right in the hot seat. Suddenly those rocks, logs, and 'gators are much closer than you originally thought, giving a vibrant edge to a standard arcade game.</p><p>Android users, you can get the game here on Google Play free-to play. iOS users, you'll have a wait until the 6th October to get your hands on it, but that's less than a month.</p>It is true that this fictional animal somewhat looks like a dinosaur. Like dinosaurs, movies, games, cards, and many other impressive things are popular throughout the world, same with these dragons can be easily found on many films, shows, games, and other places. As you will already know today in this article, we cover the most famous dragon theme game, Dragon City 2, which will provide you with fun and expand your knowledge about dragons worlds.<p>Oh joyous day, we've gotten a real look at what to expect with Nintendo Switch's Online service AND finally had news on the long-awaited Cloud saves too. Sure, it all comes bundled in with Ninty's packages, but I'm not really surprised.</p><p>Earlier today, Nintendo revealed a full list of details regarding the Online service and here's what it'll cost you:</p>1 Month - £3.49/€3.99/$3.993 Months - £6.99/€7.99/$7.9912 Months - £17.99/€19.99/$19.9912 Months (Family membership) - £31.49/€34.99/$34.99<p>We've had inklings, but not been totally sure what the Online service will bring. We knew that we'd get access to online play, the Switch Online smartphone app, and exclusive members-only offers. However, aside from Cloud saves, there'll also be 20 NES games on launch - these include titles like Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, and more.</p><p>Memberships can be purchased on the Nintendo eShop or the official website once the service launches in September.</p><p>Though you won't be able to play online if you don't grab a membership, you'll still be able to access the eShop, manage/add new friends, upload pictures/videos, get system updates, read news, and use the Switch Parental Controls.</p>
Gilbert carved the geese beautifully. Even Mrs. Rachel had to admit that. And everybody ate of them and enjoyed them. Anne's first Christmas dinner was a great success and she beamed with housewifely pride. Merry was the feast and long; and when it was over they gathered around the cheer of the red hearth flame and Captain Jim told them stories until the red sun swung low over Four Winds Harbor, and the long blue shadows of the Lombardies fell across the snow in the lane.
<p>Well, that's a wrap. E3 2019 was a massive year for announcements, and we had some really promising titles for handheld platforms announced. Mobile was quiet, however the new Microsoft streaming service and Google Stadia did certainly talk the big talk throughout.</p><p>So, here we are. 51 of the biggest E3 news stories all in one place for you.</p><p>Original Post:</p><p>While we were away for the weekend the games industry kept churning away, and as a result we've returned to find ourselves in the fray.We'll be here this week to cover everything mobile and handheld from the E3, and E3 adjacent, events as they happen, and this'll be the place to come to find it compiled it into one handy post for your browsing pleasure. This'll be trailers, news and opinions, all straight from the minds of the world's biggest mobile and handheld website.</p><p>This is a live post, we'll be adding new pages as the news breaks or we get to it, so feel free to bookmark us or just leave us open and hit refresh every now and then. And, if there's something you feel like we've missed then let us know in the comments below.</p><p>As we're not running a weekly Switch round-up this week, we'll start off with a few pieces of pre-E3 news pieces, and get rolling from there.</p><p>I don't know about you, but I'm expecting this post to be heavily Nintendo Switch centric rather than iOS or Android mobiles. Disappointing for certain, but then that's hardly a surprise when you look at previous years and the strange relationship between the mobile, home console and PC marketplaces.</p>And sweetens, in the suff'ring pangs it bears,