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Fire Emblem Heroes. Just released today on iOS and Android. I'm hearing it's not out in the US just yet but it should be out at some point today for anyone over there.
Update live on iPhone! Server still down for maintenance though...
Edit: Looks like it is live on google play store too. It says version 2.5.0
Can someone confirm?
Still Fire Emblem Heroes although the game just got draggy because they increased the number of initial stamina to almost double. What do you think?
Play store link here
It's up in the Netherlands, maybe this link might work for you.
I don't think there's any official announcement of the launch time, but if you pre-register you'll get an alert when it's available. I know that doesn't really help if you're asking in terms of "should I stay up late that night so I can play immediately" but at least you won't miss it.
Apparently Super Mario Run launched at 10:00AM Pacific / 1:00PM Eastern (Ignore the typo of 10:00 PM in the update text, under the title it says it updated at 12:43 pm EST December 15), so that's probably a best guess.
Heroes was shown to have micro-transactions... F2P hype?
Also, it looks like you can choose a different hero for the ballot every day!
EDIT 2: Making a choice in the ballot also rewards you with 200 platinum points. Even if you aren't planning on downloading the game, I suggest putting in a vote to earn some points. (Votes towards Corrin would be appreciated.)
EDIT 3: Link to the pre-registration page.
EDIT 4: Quote from the app description: "This application is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases." The game is officially free to play.
EDIT 5: The direct is currently the number one trending video on YouTube right now. While YouTube trending doesn't mean much, it's nice to see this being promoted.
I would check out Fire Emblem: Heroes. Even if you don't know the series, it's pretty fun, with some cool mechanics. Turn-based strategy. Check out the subreddit!
Go the the FEH Google Play page, scroll to the bottom to the "Additional Information" section, and under "Permissions" click "View details".
I recommend you to try out Fire Emblem Heroes - I played Summoners War too for about 1 1/2 and then quit.
Fire Emblem isnt the exaxtly same type of game but maybe you will it enjoy it as much as me (and it just got released some month ago, so you still have a chance to be on the upper half of the ladder)
And you need to do more manually (There is an auto fight option, but most of the time you are better off when playing by yourself )
I've been addicted to Fire Emblem Heroes lately. It is a fantasy tactical rpg and has a lot of over-the-top cutesy and colorful characters, but also a lot of victorian and j-goth ones too. It is pretty casual, the thing that sets it apart IMO is the combat is entirely deterministic (no randomness!) and based on a hard rock/paper/scissors style design, so it plays more like a puzzle game a normal tactical rpg.
Lien store: [link]
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EDIT: C'est mieux avec le vrai lien
I don't really play mobile games, but I have spent a lot of time in Fire Emblem Heroes (IOS/Android). The gameplay is solid, it's generous with it's paid currency, and it has some lovely art. I am personally a fan of the FE series, but I've encountered many players who are not, and just enjoy the game because it is a good mobile game.
I've also had quite a bit of fun on Kingdom Rush, various emulation apps, and some ports like FF titles, SW:KOTOR, and Xcom.
Though if you really want to game on the go, get a dedicated machine. The Nintendo Switch is fantastic for this, combining portability and home system.
Haven't spent any money, still playing almost every day because its still fun.
Also PokeMMO should be available for smartphones by now if i'm not mistaken.
Fire Emblem Heroes
Elder Scrolls Legends
Probably not compatible
[link] If you're logged into your Google account, you can click on the link to see which of your devices FeH is compatible with
Really? This Page says that it requires 4.2 and up.
Edit: You just have to download it on APKMirror and install the APK itself.
oh, that worked. I couldnt get it from my phone but going to [link] got it. It seems to be 'compatible' with mine (I have a Galaxy S5)
Find a big project that you want to do, break it down into manageable pieces, and then do them. To elaborate:
Find something big to do. This could be making you own fancy website with back end stuff and everything, making a video game, making rudimentary html/css web browser, or a media player/streamer à la [Kodi]([link]). It doesn't have to be new, unique, or in anyway special. It can even be a copy of something else-- my first big project was a remake of Fire Emblem Heroes (FEH) for PC, using all the same artwork, audio files, and intellectual property as the original.
Define the scope of the project. What features do you need? What do you want? What is and isn't feasible? You should also consider any timetable you might have. If you want to get it done in the near future, don't set out to build a whole new operating system with programs and everything. For me, I looked at FEH, and split it up into three primary systems: gameplay, character management, and gacha. I decided to focus on the gameplay, and that if I wanted to add the character management and gacha systems, I could always do it after.
Determine what you will need to complete the project. This includes languages, libraries, files, and other skills. For me, I knew that all the artwork and audios would come from the original game, and I also knew I wanted to use C++. I would need a graphics library. I'm the type of person who, when presented with many options, will spend too much time researching and fail to actually get anything done, so I limited myself to a single day and went with what I felt strongest about at the end of that day, Irrlicht. Beyond that, I knew I would have to learn more about things like templates and metaprogramming.
Make an design outline for the project. Figure out what the big moving parts are and how they connect-- you don't need to go into specifics on the different parts, but be very detailed on how they interact. This will generally include a list of classes, functions, and at least one diagram of the main flow in the program (the diagram doesn't have to be detailed, or have lots of words. it can be really big picture). I skipped this step and paid for it. I wanted to just jump right in, so I started working on the different interfaces. I had to go back multiple times and add/change lots of things because I forgot or didn't realise that certain mechanisms would need pieces of data that I wasn't passing along or never had in the first place. It is very important to figure all of this out ahead of time, to save yourself the pain of realising you need to scrap potentially dozens of hours of work (depending on when you catch your oversights) just because you wanted to jump right in.
Choose a part, break it down, do it, repeat. This is where the actual coding and learning comes in. Choose one of the big parts your detailed in the previous step, and break down into smaller parts and more defined structures. Figure out what knowledge you need get the smaller parts to work, and learn it. Then make the part. Continue until the whole part is completed, and then move on to a different part. Once you complete each small/big part, make sure it works by itself and with other parts. Keep testing compatibility as you go, and understand that sometimes you need to change design aspects when they don't work in real life.
Congratulations! You've just completed a real world project, and learned a real world workflow at the same time! Keep making more projects using the same workflow, but figure out what parts of the workflow you can trim down to make the process faster without compromising the quality of the end product. Don't be afraid to make mistakes, or even restart projects that you messed up really badly! You don't need push out a product to earn money, so don't keep moving forward if something clearly isn't working.
A few more things you should do after your design outline but before you start working:
Figure out how the language and IDE you want to use handles multiple files. If most of the stuff you've done before now is really small level projects, you might not know the best way to handle this. Each big part should have at least one file to itself, usually multiple. If you don't know how to organise everything, go to github and look at popular projects in that language (actual projects, not tutorials or guides or anything like that). You can ignore the extra stuff, but look at the folders and file names, and the amount of different things inside each file. Get a sense of what deserves its own file, and what doesn't.
Some more things you should do when you feel ready:
Learn Git. You don't have to learn everything thing about git right away, but I recommend creating a github account (if you haven't already) and finding a github plugin for your IDE once you start your first project. Learn how to push and pull your code using your IDE, so you can backup and save your project without worrying about losing it. Once you feel comfortable, learn more about forking and other features of git.
Once you feel pretty comfortable with everything else-- at least partway through your first project, but more likely on your second or third big project-- learn how unit testing works. Find a good unit testing suite in your language, and learn how to use it. Get comfortable building and running unit tests, as they're very important to the development process in many workplaces. They help catch bugs and other errors that you don't want to manually check for every time you change something.
Here's the link to preregister on Google Play.
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Por fin el Fire Emblem Heroes está en Google Play criollo!
Ahora podré dejar de lesear con apk mirror ��
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Nintendo's Fire Emblem Heroes was pretty fun. Lately I've been playing Love Nikki Dress up Queen and Mr Love Queen's Choice (the latter being a fun narrative but not so great game).
Hop is an arcade style game I really enjoyed.
Mystic Messenger is so ruthlessly addicting and good that I had to stop playing because it was wrecking my life.
Spyfall is a great party game to play with friends.
Hopefully that's a bit of variety to show you what kinds of games are on mobile. I've played all of these games without paying a cent, and they're all excellent.
To break it down, Otomes like Mr Love and Mystic Messenger usually aren't localized for consoles despite there being quite a few of them. Dress up games like Love Nikki were left behind with the DS/3DS (the one that comes to mind is Style Savvy). Whereas arcade style games like Hop just aren't around anymore because they aren't worth the $40-$60 price tag to get AAA versions.
DS had a lot of games I really enjoyed. Harvest Moon, Animal Crossing, Lost in Blue, Style Savvy, Princess Debut. 3DS had quite a lot of these games getting new entries. And then.... nothing for switch.
There's a lot of problems with mobile games, mainly that they're so prone to predatory practices, and they're often limited compared to what console titles could achieve. Likewise a lot of the mobile game formulas are kinda annoying. Limited input definitely makes games end up suffering as a result.
So given all of that, what games are there for me on switch? Animal Crossing looks great. And ofc the zeldas are something I enjoy. There's a few indie titles that are usually like $10-20 and while they seem nice it's hard to justify the cost.
I don't at all care about games like daemon x machina. Pokemon I enjoy every now and again but it really feels like I'm not really the main audience there as they keep taking away features that I found cool/fun, and the gameplay has gotten stale after 20 years.
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Here is a link to the Google play store page [link]
You may also try Fire Emblem Heroes for some variety.
Google Play as well: [link]
LET THE DATAMINE COMMENCE
Fire Emblem Heroes
Play Store link
The google play store showcases this wider resolution format in the screenshots. [link]
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It's running fine on my ancient Samsung Galaxy S4. The link's here.
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Sakura's in the game. She's in the pictures from the google play website.
Would've been nice to see her in the trailer though.
I wouldn't put it past them but just incase here's the link for the fire emblem pre register
Okay, check out those:
Fire Emblem Heroes (party RPG with a narrative):
Mighty Quest For Epic Loot (Simplified Diablo-like RPG, can't specify more, since haven't played it yet. Should be good):
Archero (Skill based action rogue-lite. You get stronger every run.):
Dungeon Faster! (Rogue-lite card dungeon crawler):
Fire Emblem Heroes is also a mobile game https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nintendo.zaba&hl=en
Link to the game
I had a look as I was interest as well, appears it's available on the Google Play Store.
And on iOS, I'm in the UK.
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If you open this on your phone, it will tell you if your device is compatible.
Says it's out (UK)
available on play store now
edit: nvm, [link]
installing from here
~~Yep, just came out late last week on iOS/android, here~~
Coincidentally checked the Play store link also and noticed it was live.
Well, you can see the app in the app store but it isn't due for global release on Feb 2.
you can dl it through the link
good luck, I'll wait for my iphone release, since the game doesn't like bluestacks :(
What do you mean under interactive? Does Fire Emblem Heroes suit your request in any ways?
> Makes FEH look like a children's game.
That's because it is. Rated T for Teens.
Fire Emblem Heroes might fill your request a bit. But it isn't a pixel game. Just has "simplified" graphics.