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<p>Having been released in June this year, Hero siege has seen a few sales in the past few months but now it's dropped down to a teeny 79p/99c on iOS and a similar price on Android.</p><p>Originally retailing at £7.99/$9.99, Hero Siege is a hack 'n' slash game with roguelike and RPG elements. On the path to saving mankind from extinction you need to grow your talent tree, loot and explore the world around you, and generally annihilate everything in your path.</p><p>With seven Acts to play through, randomly generated levels, over 170 crafted relics, over 80 different enemies, over 30 achievements, six level difficulties, countless hours of exciting gameplay, and much, much more, its current price is a steal. You can also play with up to four players using online multiplayer so your friends can join you on your quest.</p><p>Grab the game on the App Store now for 79p/99c, or get it on Google Play for a similar price.</p>
<p>The clever and artful Framed 2 only released last month, but it's already received its first major sale on the App Store, available for the low price of 99p/99c.</p><p>Continuing the noir mystery atmosphere of the first, Framed 2 follows a tense pursuit and narrative twists through the comic panels; you'll reorient and rotate panels to change their context and alter the current scene, letting your dark suited protagonists escape from police or navigate dangerous environments.</p><p>While the concept remains the same, the sequel dives deeper into the puzzler potential, featuring new mechanics that allow for more complicated challenges, such as panels that can be used multiple times in a single scene.</p><p>Framed 2 earned a Silver Award in our review, praised as "a slick and entertaining puzzler" that doesn't quite reach the heights of the first game.</p><p>You can purchase Framed 2 on iPad and iPhone.</p><p>Every day here at Pocket Gamer we like to let you know about a brilliant mobile game that might have passed you by. It's our way of ensuring you're only ever having the finest mobile gaming experiences - we don't want you playing bad games on your phone or your tablet after all.</p><p>Today's choice is the gorgeous-looking and slick-as-all-hell Dust: An Elysian Tail. You'll find out in a moment why we think it's worthy of the accolade, but while we've got your attention why not click here to check out the latest lists and opinions in our features section.Dust: An Elysian TailEssentially Dust is an action RPG that sees you hacking and slashing your way through a series of levels. There's exploration to be done too, and more than a few moments throughout the game's run time that are going to leave you with your jaw on the floor - seriously, it's that good.</p><p>While it's a port, this is no slapdash effort. The game doesn't play quite as well on mobile, but the controls are by no means a deal-breaker. Add in some of the best looking cartoon graphics we've ever seen, a massive world to discover, and some of the best 2D fighting we've ever played, and you can see why Dust: An Elysian Tail has received this award.</p>
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<p>Playrea has released Pirate’s Dice into an open beta on the Android Google Play store.</p><p>It’s pitched as building on the Lines 98 formula in which you have random dice on a 7x7 board, and you must connect four or more cubes of the same colour in a row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. People who want to relax and also train their brain at the same time will feel comfortable playing this.</p><p>You can only move one dice per turn to connect the cubes, and when a coloured line is cleared the dice will disappear and you gain another turn. If you can’t clear a line, however, new cubes get added and the game carries on until the board is completely full. If that wasn’t challenging enough, the number of cubes added will increase with each level, but the more dice you’re able to clear in one turn, the higher your score.</p>
<p>Square Enix has kicked off its latest War of the Visions collaboration today. This one is a limited-time Final Fantasy I event featuring characters and quest maps inspired by famous locations from the 1987 RPG classic.</p><p>You can summon the all-new UR unit Warrior of Light, whose powerful limit burst is called Crystal Braver. On top of that, the UR vision card known as Death Machine, which is another character from FFI, can now be summoned. During the collab, you can perform a 3 step-up summon. This guarantees a light element UR unit on step 3.</p><p>Then there's the FFI high difficulty EX-quest, which is well worth doing if you want to earn yourself the armour of light crafting recipe. The new chocobo expedition allows you to explore Matoya's Cave and gather some FFI event medals and unit shards for the Warrior of Light.</p>
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