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Download Disco Ducks from the link below:
Lead Duck Travolta, Ducky Parton and Quackson Five through a world where ducks rule the dance floors and the 70’s never ended! Use colorful combos, gather groovy powerups and build your Mojo to defeat wicked villains as you connect, dance and explore!
• Easy, addictive puzzle gameplay! Match and connect colourful Disco Ducks to light up the dance floor!
• Lots of crazy, dancing Disco Ducks with special skills to collect and master!
• Singing ducklings will serenade you with new disco tunes every time you play!
• Hundreds of addictive levels. And always another nestful in the making!
• Stunningly beautiful, hand-crafted graphics and animations from A to Z!
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Thank you for playing. See you on the dance floor!
Dear little one, from today on
Let’s be a happy little farmer
Fishing, planting crops, and even taking care of all the cute animals.
Look at the beautiful stretch of green land, you can’t help loving it with just a glimpse. And you got a lot of cool things to do here, sort out the goods in the warehouse, shear the sheep and treat the pigs. But sometimes things may pile up…See~ the tractor is broken and it needs some overall maintenance. Oh, the bumper crop of carrots is waiting to be harvested now! Don’t worry, little one, you can handle this. Let’s go enjoy the fun-filled rural life and fix the problems one by one.
How to play:
Open the game to enter the farm. All right, it’s time to get the job done. You can start by tapping the pond, where many fantastic fish can be found. Drag the fishing net and let it go at the right moment to try your luck. Well, the tractor, our friend Old Fred calls for a decoration, why not go check on it in the garage? Click the list on the right to deck it with a cool roof, then paint it with a new color, replace the tires with new ones, and choose a special item to adorn its fresh look. Wow~ cool Fred. Wanna have something exciting? Ok, you’ll love the horse race. Tap the button on the right to let your horse run, and the “Rocket” button can help the horse speed up. Yoo-hoo! Dear pony, go go go!
– 10 cool mini games to get you indulged in
– Have fun in caring for animals & planting crops
– Collect flowers and unlock items to beautify the land
– Vivid animations bring the game to life
– Be a farmer and enjoy the rural life
About Libii Game:
With over 400 million downloads and growing, Libii is committed to creating innovative games for kids. We’ll keep working on establishing a good relationship with both parents and their children and bringing a healthy, happy atmosphere for them.
Need You Know:
This app is totally free to download and play, some basic items are also free to use, but some additional items need you to purchase and pay to unlock. Therefore, if you do not want to use these items, please turn off the in-app purchase in your settings. Thanks.
Hatoful Boyfriend is utterly wonderful, and more than a little bizarre. It’s no good if you want explosions galore or a plethora of puzzles — as a tale of romancing birds though? Well, there’s nothing else quite like it.
Ok, there’s nothing remotely like it, but even if there was, Hatoful Boyfriend would still be pretty great. It’s that game that you never knew you needed, but I promise, you absolutely do.
You’ve been accepted as the only human student at the St PigeoNation’s Institute, a school for talented birds. It’s as absurd as it sounds, but much like any regular school, you’ll be splitting your time between class and finding love. You might be human, but the birds can still very easily fall for you. What unfolds is a visual novel based tale of flirting and lust.
That means that there’s a ton of reading to do. You can easily spend 10 minutes or more reading through the story before being presented with any decisions to make. It’s a charming tale though, because Hatoful Boyfriend knows it’s quirky. You’ll enjoy various amusing jokes and tongue in cheek moments as you get to know the birds within your school. After all, this is a school called St PigeoNation. Did you really think it was going to be deadly serious with its conceit? Of course not! This is a game that revels in its light-hearted nature.
Decisions generally relate to things like what class to attend. By attending different elective subjects, you can increase your stats. These then tie-in to what your suitors might appreciate most about you. There are also many times when you can choose to side with a particular character, which leads them to liking you a little more. It’s fun to play around and get to know each character in some way, with you soon warming to certain pigeons more so than others.
Hatoful Boyfriend contains multiple different endings, so there’s plenty of reason to keep playing. Some of these endings are far happier than others too, with the odd detour really proving to be quite bleak. Mostly though, this is a pretty light and fluffy take on the typical dating sim genre. It’s a lot of fun too, as you’d expect from any title that can provide you with the ‘threat’ of pigeon biker gangs.
Rather fortunately, you can always opt to skip some of the dialogue by setting the game speed on high. You won’t want to do this early on, as the fun of Hatoful Boyfriend is getting to know the characters. If you’re desperate to replay simply to see a different ending however, it’s ideal for when you want to skip past a sequence you’ve seen before. Otherwise, Hatoful Boyfriend is mostly a slow-paced experience. That can be a double-edged sword depending on your attention span, but there’s no reason why you can’t play through it bit by bit rather than in one full session.
This iOS version of Hatoful Boyfriend also bundles in an extra scenario and ending, meaning there’s a reason to replay it if you’ve already enjoyed earlier versions.
Once upon a time, you might have thought this concept was utterly absurd. You’d have been right — but it’s the kind of absurd that’s immediately loveable. It’s hard to not be warmed by Hatoful Boyfriend’s charming visuals and the quirky storytelling, and who knows? You might just find love after all.
A quick glance at the trailer for One Hundred Ways instantly brings visions of Rube Goldberg machines to mind, not to mention the board game Robo Rally (which I’d give anything to see come to mobile devices). But at the same time, One Hundred Ways looks very much like its own beast. Players are given a variety of tools to use in any given level, and need to place them in just the right way to move a ball towards its goal.
Fans of games like The Incredible Machine or Casey’s Contraptions are going to want to keep a special eye out for this one. One Hundred Ways originally launched on PC last Fall, and has received a “positive” average from players on Steam. That seems like a pretty good indication of what mobile players will have in store.
One Hundred Ways is scheduled to hit the App Store and Google Play “soon.”
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Some brands are simply timeless, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is one of those. For fans of the current Nickelodeon series, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends is exactly what you’ve been waiting for: a turn-based blast of fun that features tons of characters from the show. For everyone else, it’s going to be a matter of whether there are enough toppings on this particular mobile game pizza.
Sorry, I reached for that analogy just a tad, but it will make sense in a bit. Ludia and Nickelodeon have definitely made this game feel as authentic as possible. One of the true delights of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends is seeing just how many characters made it into the mix, including everything like obvious choices like the Turtles themselves, Casey Jones and April O’Neil to mutant foes like Snakeweed, Pizza Face and The Creep.
Where this game separates itself from other turn-based tactical battle games is that there’s a genuine narrative, one that gets players off and running with Leonardo and some unlikely partners. The gameplay is easy to pick up, with characters acting in sequence depending on their speed ratings and some other factors. Low level heroes and villains tend to only have one simple attack to use when it’s their turn, though the strategic possibilities expand once characters are ranked and leveled up.
The problem is that it takes a while to do that, as the game requires certain amounts of DNA to be collected in order to bump a character up to the next tier. Doing so requires runs back through completed levels on Hard difficulty, and even then there’s only a chance to grab a unit of DNA. As a result, it’s easy to end up with multiple characters temporarily maxed out with no choice but to grind back through those Hard levels.
It’s also just as common to run out of pizza, which is appropriately used as the game’s energy mechanic. Logging in several times a day helps since Legends is generous in handing out free card packs every few hours, which can contain pizza, mutagen (the basic currency), advancement items and DNA. There are card packs available for purchase too, but the cheapest one is a hard to believe $9.99, and the store doesn’t do a good job — or any job, really — of explaining what that real money might yield.
Much more promising is the way that codes from the inside of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures can be redeemed for in-game goodies. At launch, there was also an event that coincided with the release of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows movie, rewarding people who are all-around TMNT fans. Those same folks will be the ones to most fully appreciate the way the graphics and animations bring the Nickelodeon show to life. Even the way the Turtles run from one encounter to the next is instantly recognizable.
Other than the impressive roster, though, what’s missing is more content. The seven story chapters are fine, but then what? It’s genuinely surprising that there isn’t even an asynchronous PvP mode to dive into, and when compared to similar titles like Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, this game feels like a large one-topping pie sitting in the window next to a fully loaded house special.
Told you that analogy would pay off eventually. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends should be commended for doing the franchise justice and for its accessible fun, but it’s got potential that will probably only be truly reached through future updates. Here’s hoping it gets them.
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