The Traveler and Fortune
1、<p>A mobile version of Path of Exile was announced over the weekend, with an almost belated April Fools-like trailer, leaving people wondering if it was actually real or just a bit of fun satire. In a recent interview with GameSpot, Grinding Gear Games founder Chris Wilson has clarified the company's position.</p><p>His response was pretty straightforward, stating they're looking to bring the game to mobile, but if it turns out to be bad, they won't bother. He went on to add that the game is currently in good shape but the team is currently deciding whether they want to present the game as its own entity or as a straight port.</p><p>Though there's gameplay footage in the trailer, which can be seen below, it's not entirely surprising that people weren't entirely sold on the seriousness of the trailer. It's littered with playful jibes at the mobile gaming industry, taking shots almost definitely aimed at Blizzard for outsourcing Diablo Immortal and describing one of their staff as the 'mobile fall guy'.</p><p>
2、<p>OPTILLUSION’s Moncage, which is releasing next year on mobile devices, has a new trailer showcasing its mind-bending puzzles.</p><p>Moncage blends optical illusions with cube-shaped puzzle areas, where each face of the cube can interact with each other as part of its vignette puzzles, ultimately helping you discover fun secrets and unlock more of the story within. The new trailer showcases more of this kind of stuff, and how well multiple sides of the cube can influence each other.</p><p>Developed by a team of two, there are over 60 puzzles and 50 worlds to explore in Moncage, in which you need to explore each side of the cube and find new perspectives, control the illusions and discover the hidden links across each face to discover its meaning.</p>Crossing simulator: I'm going back to the ancient crack version(Mod)And deep-brained sonnets that did amplify
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