1、<p>Chicken Jump by Firepunchd Games is a colourful party game with the right amount of gory violence.</p><p>Things have been manic at Pocket Gamer Connects on the second day, but each booth has had an independent energy about it, and that's the same for Chicken Jump. With players jumping on boards/slabs to play the game it was easily the most active area in the room and I could see why.</p><p>On mobile the game allows for up for eight players on a single screen, though it's best played with four to avoid crowding, and the control are as simple as they get - tap to jump. With different forms of traffic barrelling towards you if you don't jump in time you usually end up in an explosion of red chunky blocks scattered across the road.</p><p>Luckily with such a vast array of characters available to unlock and play as, you've got a variety of power-ups and special abilities at your fingertips. This'll come in useful when playing against your friends on a single screen. Whilst you may encounter the occasional bumping of fingers, you can at least come out victorious and bragging if you win.</p><p>With a bunch of different game modes to play with, and the potential of asynchronous single PvP coming some time in the future, Chicken Jump looks like it'll be an endearing and entertaining multi/party player.</p><p>There's also an open beta on the cards but we'll bring you more news of that at a later date.Big discontents so breaking their contents.
1、<p>With Mario Kart Tour recently receiving an update that adds a landscape option to Nintendo's mobile version of their kart racer, you might find yourself interested in giving it another try. This promises reworked controls which definitely makes taking it for another spin appealing.</p><p>If you choose to do so you'll find the game has now reached its 22nd tour, which is called the Exploration Tour. Part 2 of this tour started today and will run until July 28th. As always, that means the Ranked cups have been changed and additional challenges have been added.<p>Meet Toadette (Explorer). She shares Captain Toad's sense of adventure as the two delve deep into the mysteries of uncharted lands. The new Clackety Kart is perfect for a little mine-diving fun. She always comes prepared! #MarioKartTour pic.twitter.com/KO7A6y2dsZ— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) July 22, 2020Beyond that, part two of a Mario Kart Tour always signals a change in the Spotlight Pipe. From now until 28th July, the featured driver will be Explorer Toadette, the vehicle the Clackety Kart and the glider the Pink Gold Paper Glider.</p>Need friends for Mario Kart Tour Multiplayer? Share your friend codes here! (29k and counting!)<p>There are also various Tour Gifts up for grabs – though this doesn't change between parts of tours – that can net players karts, gliders and drivers with the free and Gold Pass variants. If you don't buy the Gold Pass you'll be able to earn yourself rubies, Baby Mario, a Paper Glider and Mushmellow kart. Meanwhile, Gold Pass subscribers can get a Bob-omb Parafoil Glider, Ice Bro character and Gold Clanky Kart.</p><p>Mario Kart Tour is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Searching for the best mobile racing games around? Here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPad
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