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    <p>Em and James talk Blizzard this week, after the company unveiled the mobile-only Diablo Immortal to rapturous applause at BlizzCon (just kidding obviously, everyone was furious).</p><p>Hints were also dropped regarding other IPs belonging to Blizzard making their way to touchscreen, so the pod duo speculate about what Overwatch Mobile would look like.</p><p>New releases include Ingress Prime, Red Siren: Space Defense, Spitkiss, and more.</p>Download episode 463:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>

    �<p>What the Golf? is widely viewed as one of the best games available on Apple Arcade with The Label and Triband's quirky spin on a sports title having picked up several awards since launching last year. Quite a few people will be happy to hear it has received an update then.</p><p>It's called the 'It's Snowtime' update and will introduce 30 new levels to the popular physics-based game. Here you can expect a variety of new whacky ways to play golf using a snowman, a carrot and even a sleigh. You can check out a trailer for this latest update in the video below.<p>Horses are golf. Couches are golf. Even @SamRichardson and @DarcyCarden are golf!Everything is golf when you play WHAT THE GOLF?: https://t.co/f2MsPbU360 pic.twitter.com/u02vOH8X9e&mdash; Apple Arcade (@AppleArcade) November 20, 2020It's a continuation of the delightful silliness of the base game then but with added frost and general wintery themes. If you're unfamiliar with What the Golf? below is a list of updates the developers have added to the game to give you a good idea of the level of zany we're talking about here:</p>Fetch the pizza questYes now with snowPizzasExtra COOL levelsFrozen peas, pizzas, and popsiclesA moose - NOT frozen!A snowman trying to keep a snow profileDid we mention pizza?Even more chilly physics!�

    O, that forced thunder from his heart did fly,<p>Bandai Namco Games America has teamed up with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (otherwise know as NBCF) in the fight against the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the US.</p><p>Throughout the month of October, Bandai Namco Games America will be running a Ms. Pac-Man Pink Ribbon campaign across its range of smartphone and tablet titles in order to raise funds that will allow the NBCF to further help women affected by breast cancer.</p><p>"Awareness and early diagnosis are critical in the fight against breast cancer," James Kucera, Bandai Namco's head of mobile, said. "We are proud to lend our voice to the fight with Ms. Pac-Man and Bandai Namco's Pink Ribbon Campaign."</p>Digging deeper<p>The main thrust of this campaign is an exclusive new 69p/99c maze that's for sale across several of the Ms. Pac-Man and Pac-Man titles on iOS and Android. Naturally, all of the proceeds made from this campaign will be donated directly to the NBCF.</p><p>Until the end of October, included titles will also boast a new Pink Ribbon-themed interface and artwork. You’ll also be able to share your best scores via Facebook and Twitter, and invite your friends to make a donation.</p><p>Below is a full list of the included titles. Click on the links to be taken to the App Store or Google Play.</p>iPhone and iPad<p>Pac-Man - £4.99 / $6.99Ms. Pac-Man - £2.49 / $3.99Pac-Man Lite - FreeMs. Pac-Man Lite - FreeMs. Pac-Man for iPad - £3.99 / $5.99Ms. Pac-Man for iPad Lite - Free</p>AndroidMs. Pac-Man - £2.34Pac-Man + Tournaments - Free&#;

    "But--oh, it's so--so shameful," murmured Leslie. "To love him--unsought--and when I'm not free to love anybody."�"Yes, he's quite ornamental," agreed Miss Cornelia. "Oh, and VERY ladylike. And he thinks that every girl who looks at him falls in love with him--as if a Methodist minister, wandering about like any Jew, was such a prize! If you and the young doctor take MY advice, you won't have much to do with the Methodists. My motto is--if you ARE a Presbyterian, BE a Presbyterian."

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    .&#;<p>If you've ever wanted to help towards a great cause by playing mobile games, you'll want to take note of this one. War Child's project, Armistice, has rallied developers and publishers and aims to raise £250,000 for children in need. <p>Last year @WarChildUK reached 165,231 children, giving them a chance to play, learn and grow ?? The money raised from #Armistice2018, our annual charity gaming fundraiser, will do even more good ??But who’s involved? Stay tuned to find out https://t.co/YaqMzfya2D pic.twitter.com/muL1RlWRdM— War Child GameOn (@WarChild_Gaming) November 5, 2018 With November 11th only a few days away, it's been almost 100 years since the guns fell silent in World War 1 and that's a cause for celebration. If you've not heard of it, War Child is a charity which helps support children across the world caught in conflict and strives to give them a better future.</p><p>Project Armistice works across a huge number of titles, including Shadowgun Legends, Snipers vs. Thieves, Lords Mobile, The Respawnables, Guns of Boom, March of Empires, and more. Come November 8th, exclusive Armistice Sale content will be available to purchase via IAP for non-violent items/weapons, peace emblem masks, skins, and more.</p><p>Steam-users are also in for a treat as right now you'll be able to pick up some brilliant titles on sale, where a percentage of developer proceeds will go towards War Child UK's work.</p><p>"War Child's Armistice is a unique and exciting initiative. Peace is denied to too many children around the world, but millions of gamers can help some of the world's most vulnerable children affected by war by playing games as part of War Child's Armistice," said Carey Mulligan, War Child UK global ambassador."It's such an innovative way to fundraise and very simple too – just buying and playing a game you love can help provide crucial support for innocent victims of war."</p>

    �Update on September 13th at 4:50pm: Diablo III: Eternal Collection was revealed last month, and now Nintendo’s gone and shared a few more details ahead of tonight’s Nintendo Direct. <p><p>The minions of hell grow stronger… Join your friends in the fight with Diablo III: Eternal Collection on #NintendoSwitch, coming November 2! #DiabloSwitchPre-purchase now: https://t.co/8oCgQWUZjr pic.twitter.com/LJdm8S6d2O— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 13, 2018 The game launches on Nintendo Switch on November 2 according to a tweet from Nintendo. The game’s eShop page has opened up pre-orders. Diablo III: Eternal Collection will retail for £50 and will require about 14.3 GB of storage space.</p>You can pre-order the game on the eShop here. <p>Original story continues below. . .It’s really happening—Blizzard is definitely bringing Diablo III to Nintendo Switch. We’ve been privy to many leaks and odd teasers from Blizzard themselves, but now it’s official. Blizzard shared the news today, complete with a new teaser trailer.&#;

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