Game selection, free It’s time again game selection, which means it’s also time for the new adventure! The latest game added to the Hub app is Exile of the Gods, the massive sequel to 2015 Champion of the Gods. Toy Blast, free time to review and see what concept was developed by the person who wrote the release notes to add a narrative purpose to this latest pack of 50 levels. SEGA Heroes: RPG Quest Puzzle, Free This update will probably prepare for future character additions, although its notes indicate that it introduces Tom the Hot Dog boy into the game. Since I feel bad because I have to break it for no reason, this time I will give this game the coveted UMMSotW award. MARVEL Battle Lines, Free A few weeks ago, I punished this game because it’s completely at home with its Far From Home update. Star Traders: Borders, $6. 99 There’s not a ton of material in the last update of Star Traders: Limits, but what’s here is pretty good. As usual, the major updates will probably get their own news this week, and I’ll be back next Monday to summarize and fill in the blanks. slither. io, what year is it for free? You know something funny, but also sad? From a purely traffic point of view, the most popular thing I wrote was an article comparing Slither.io to peanut butter. Hello everyone and welcome to the week! It’s time to review again the remarkable updates of the last seven days. Pocket Build, $0.99 Don’t tell anyone, but this Pocket Build update arrived last week. This new version gives such a long and ridiculous title to the latest edition of the summer themed event that I’ll never come back to it. Note that the game has recently added staggered prices to the events, so even if you’re not very well rated, you can still get some nice things. This episode, titled The Time Mine and the Dreamers, not only brings new stories, but also new encounters with multiple characters. If you want 50 additional levels for your Toy Blast game, upgrade them. Something about Grandma making fresh bread, so let’s go to the kitchen and ask “her” if we can play under “her” feet while “she” takes care of “her” own business. I. I have the impression that it’s probably the plot of at least one adult film.