<p>It seems the dream of having a tiny TV screen strapped to your face will have to remain a dream for a little while longer, as Valve and HTC's Vive headset has been delayed until 2016.</p><p>It was originally scheduled to release to consumers this year – and some developers may be able to get their hands on it this year - but the full launch will have to wait until the first quarter of 2016.</p><p>That means the three main VR headsets are due to arrive at roughly the same time, with Sony's Project Morpheus slated for "early 2016", and the consumer Oculus Rift also arriving in Q1 2016.</p><p>The HTC Vive sets itself apart by allowing you to walk around while using it, with motion tracking technology keeping tabs on all your extremities.</p><p>We went hands on with the Vive at Gamescom, with Rob calling it "astonishing". You can check out more of his impressions here.</p>VRFocus, Ben Gilbert<p>Platformers remain a firm favourite with gamers. But we recently played one with an unusual twist.</p><p>Developers Opusludus were demonstrating The Flute at Pocket Gamer Connects (our event for developers in Helsinki last week). We got a chance to play it, and even make suggestions.</p><p>You play as Tamino, a Japanese-themed archer, on a quest to rescue Princess Pamina from a demon. In the brief area we explored, we ran through caves, flipping switches to open new areas; we tapped to fling arrows at creatures such as spiders before they took us down; and at the end of the first level, we were attacked by a powerful serpent.</p>
<p>There's another iOS puzzler on the way from QuickByte Games called Laps - Fuse, and it looks rather interesting.</p><p>Set out in the style of a Solitaire board, Laps - Fuse takes the match-three genre and puts a spin on it. It also adds a dash of basic numeric puzzler just to top it off.</p><p>That sounds like an odd combination but it's an oddly endearing looking game. There's not a ton of information but from the GIF provided, it looks like you've got a certain amount of time to find a home for your selected number.</p><p>You've got to match three of the same numbers so they'll combine to make double their original number (i.e. three twos matched together make one four). The aim of the game is to clear the grid and beat that big ol' centre number.</p><p>The game's currently being tested, so it shouldn't be too much longer until it's out on the market, but we'll let you know either way.</p>The mind and sight distractedly commixed.
Football Puzzle Champions<p>About a month ago we talked about two games by Asmodee Digital - Potion Explosion and Mysterium. Unfortunately they've been delayed on mobile until Q1 2017.</p><p>Mysterium and Potion Explosion are the upcoming digital adaptions to the award-winning tabletop games. Originally set for release this December, it looks like the developers might need a little time to perfect and groom the games.</p><p>This may not be news to some but now we've had confirmation of its delay we can move past disappointment and instead look forward to early 2017 when they're now set to release. Hopefully we'll get our hands on the games sooner rather than later.</p><p>Check out our articles for Mysterium and Potion Explosion for more information on the games. We'll keep you updated when we know more. </p>
<p>A couple of weeks back, the emotive phone messaging narrative game Bury Me, My Love launched on iOS and Android, and now the studio's just released its short but powerful prequel, Nour's Choice.</p><p>Bury Me, My Love follows the story of Syrian refugee, Nour, as she has to leave her husband behind and flee to Europe. Both she and her husband, Majd, communicate through WhatsApp-like messages throughout the game, and your choices throughout the game decide which of the 19 endings you'll get.</p><p>Nour's Choice is an online game accessible via mobile (for the best experience) and is only about 15-20 minutes long. In it, you'll discover what made Nour so compelled to leave Syria and understand more about the relationship between her and her husband.</p><p>You can play the prequel online for free right here. If you haven't got Bury Me, My Love yet you can grab it for £2.99/$2.99 on the App Store or Google Play now.</p>Would yet again betray the fore-betrayed,
<p>Rules of Survival is celebrating its third anniversary this week, and there’s now a three-week ROSversary event going on to commemorate it.</p><p>You can earn accumulative diamond rewards by logging in each day during the event, for a total of 240 diamonds altogether. There’s also the chance to win permanent Helmet - 3rd ROSversary Cake and Backpack - 3rd ROSversary items for free.</p><p>There is also some limited-time gameplay to enjoy, with Cruise Airship, Treasure Hunt, and Mystery Jigsaw available while earning ROSversary Coins. Collecting them will give you an opportunity to win skins via a lucky draw to claim goody bags. Everyone receives five chances to win a complete set of the Four Symbols themed skins, so it’s totally fair.</p><p>You can also dance with the squad by gathering your friends and heading to a Rules of Survival Barn Dance to boogie down with them. As well as that, everyone receives up to a 40% rebate in Diamonds and ROSversary Coins upon purchase and consumption during ROSversary. 100 Diamonds are also being given away on the official website, which you can redeem by clicking here. Unfortunately for iOS players, this benefit is only available to those playing on Android.</p><p>You can enjoy these new rewards during the 3rd ROSversary by logging in now and participating. There are local competitions on social media also in the works, so you might want to keep an eye on the official pages for future announcements.</p><p>The ROSversary event for Rules of Survival ends on 2nd December, so remember to log in and claim your rewards on time. Download the game from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android. It’s a free to play game with in-app purchases.</p>Do you enjoy shooters and want to find out more of the best ones to play on iPhone and iPad? Check out our list here.<p>Today we learnt that not only is Arcane Circus celebrating Crap! I'm Broke's one-year anniversary, it's also working on a new game which looks pretty intriguing.</p><p>Arcane Circus' next (so far undisclosed) title will be a Kaiju-themed digital card game where you'll have to compete to dominate the city. Team Cute, Team Weird, and Team Cool are all that stand in your way, but they're quite an obstacle.</p><p>At this time details regarding the upcoming game are slim but the team has just taken on Charles Zembillas (Character Designer for Crash Bandicoot, Jak and Daxter, and Spyro the Dragon) as a Creative Consultant for the project.</p><p>We'll let you know more about the game when the details arise.</p>
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Whereon the thought might think sometime it sawTHE LIFE-BOOK OF CAPTAIN JIM<p>F1® Delta Time is an upcoming blockchain-based game that centres on the collection, trading, and racing based on Formula 1® cars, drivers, and components, which are provided as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The game is the result of a partnership between the motorsport behemoth Formula 1 and the mobile / blockchain developer Animoca Brands.</p><p>The first launch phase of F1 Delta Time already began today at 1:11pm British Summer Time (UTC+1), with the auction of the first game car NFT. The second phase of the game - the racing component - will go live early next year.</p><p>With a whopping 506 million global fans of the F1 sports league, there’s a very significant market for F1 Delta Time. Throw in the fact that F1® is also seen as the most exclusive and high-end sport in the world, attracting the most renowned manufacturers, drivers, and sponsors, and it’s safe to say that this game will have strong brand power and luxury appeal.</p><p>This certainly seems to be supported by F1 Delta Time’s choice for its first NFT auction, starting today: a sleek car called the “1-1-1”. This unconventional vehicle sports a midnight black shell with elegant swathes of rose gold plating and crusted diamonds, but don’t let its pretty looks fool you: the 1-1-1 is a demon on the racetrack, with performance indices that are all above the maximum limits. It’s a truly unique and visually impressive collectable item, meaning that only one exists.</p><p>Thanks to the blockchain aspect of the game, owners of NFTs have total control over these items, to sell, trade or keep as they prefer. And, similarly to rare CryptoKitties, F1 Delta Time’s high-end NFTs will be both exclusive and potentially valuable as an investment - much like real-world collectables (e.g., rare baseball cards).</p><p>Another important aspect of using non-fungible tokens for in-game items and collectables is that NFTs enable digital items to have qualities such as rarity and scarcity - adding to their uniqueness and value - all independently verified and secured on blockchain.</p><p>Given the high sums that people have paid for NFTs like CryptoKitties or Gods Unchained cards, it will be interesting to see how strong the demand is for the first-ever F1 unique collectable token.</p><p>Next year, the launch of the racing game component will see players take part in tournament races across popular F1 official circuits as well as fantasy tracks.</p><p>To find out more and receive the latest updates, just follow this link: www.F1DeltaTime.com. You can also join the official F1 Delta Time gaming community over on Discord: discord.gg/eDrHew9.</p>
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