Games blog by Apoth0r? There are some really great bullet hell games on iOS now thanks to the likes of Bullet Hell Monday and Danmaku Unlimited 3 that are built for mobile. While ports are always welcome, the bullet hell games built for touch are always more fun to play on iOS and that’s where Bullet Hell Monday Black from Masayuki Ito comes into the picture. This is a remixed take on the original that offers a much greater challenge. The vertical scrolling bullet hell experience looks gorgeous and plays brilliantly on iOS. It is free to try and while the original game is probably a better option if you’re new to the genre, this is exactly the kind of experience we need more of on iOS.
Nintendo has a decent number of Android games and they’re all pretty decent. They have one premium game with Super Mario Run. Many believed it to be too high of a price. However, mechanically, it’s one of the best platformers on mobile. Nintendo also has a couple of freemium options including Fire Emblem Heroes (strategy RPG) and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp (simulation). Nintendo added Dragalia Lost to its repertoire in September of 2018 as well as Dr. Mario World in 2019. Finally, Mario Kart Tour is the second biggest mobile game releases of all time, second only to Call of Duty: Mobile. Nintendo’s games can be a bit rough around the edges, but they all provide relatively fun and solid experiences.
Harrison “psalm” Chang is our fourth Fortnite player on the list, who earned just under $1.82 million with his performances throughout 2019. Psalm, who is a member of Counter Logic Gaming made his presence in 2019 known with his second-place finish at the 2019 Fortnite World Cup – Solo where he earned $1.8 million. Besides his incredible run at World Cup, the 24-year-old also finished 20th at Fortnite Secret Skirmish Series 2019 ($10,000) and fourth at TwitchCon 2019 – Fortnite – Wave 3 ($3,000), while the majority of the remaining earnings came from Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers. Find extra information at Gaming Videos.
See the Unseen. Winning or losing in Overwatch is all about opportunities. You miss some – you lose some games. You see some and use them properly – you will win. More experience you got – more chances to see these opportunities if you are fully focused on the game. Did you ever wonder why all these people who are involved in Overwatch Boosting are having crazy winrate amount at your Skill Rating? The answer is simple – they probably see x10 times more opportunities and bring them to life. You Can’t Win Every Game. This rule is pretty simple – so yeah, there are actually games that you just can’t win, even though the amount of such games is pretty small. But don’t ever let these games put you on a tilt. So here comes the next rule.
Specialty DPS can be confusing and should be used as counter-picks. Bastion and Junkrat work extraordinarily well as shield-breakers, but fall easily to snipers or aerial heroes like Pharah. Sombra and Tracer can disrupt a backline along with Wrecking Ball but lack the damage output to deal with shield heroes. Torbjörn is great for defensive holds but suffers on attacks. Soldier: 76 and Ashe are in a rough place right now and are normally not effective choices, since other heroes fill their role in a more comprehensive way.
This fall, St. Thomas University (STU) plans to launch South Florida’s first school sanctioned esports team. The school is already a member of the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE), and according to CBS Miami, the team, which will be housed in a room above the basketball court, even falls under the athletic department where Director Laura Courtley-Todd thinks, “it’s a perfect fit.” See even more info at https://apoth0r.com/.