<p>There's no shortage of Terminator tie-ins cropping up at the moment ahead of the upcoming film. Gears of War and Mortal Kombat are both receiving some evil machine content. Now it has been revealed that the movie will be getting a game of its own for mobile. It will be released on November 1st for iOS and Android.</p><p>As reported by Venturebeat the game will be a collaboration between Skydance Media, Firefly Games and Camel Games. It will be a free-to-play MMO that will see players building a squad of resistance members and forming alliances with other players to fight the forces of Skynet.</p><p>As Dark Fate is a tie-in you will run into several characters from the film throughout your journey in the game. They'll assist you as you progress further in the game in a guiding role whilst you level up units, build your base and research new technology to help you out in battle.</p>Top 5 movie tie-ins on mobile<p>The game will be free-to-play with various IAPs. Real money can be spent to purchases energy resources, speed-ups, equipment, buffs and decorative base skins. That's a pretty long list of purchasable things which is a little worrying. The developers insist that the game isn't pay-to-win, however, as always that remains to be seen when the game launches.</p><p>It won't be the first Terminator strategy game either. Two years ago Plarium released their own take on a strategy game based on the franchise called Terminator Genisys: Future War. That particular game has accrued over 1 million downloads on Google Play and holds a fairly healthy score of 4.5 stars out of 5.</p><p>Terminator: Dark Fate – The Game will be available on November 1st on the App Store and Google Play. There are no storefronts available for either platform just yet but we will update you as soon as they're available. Dark Fate will be a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
2、<p>The latest Angry Birds game on the scene is something slightly different: a turn-based, hero-collecting RPG. It's called Angry Birds Legends, and it's just launched into open beta for Android. The beta's arrival was first spotted by Kongbakpao.</p><p>It can feel like we're writing about a new Angry Birds game every couple of weeks, and, well, that's because we are. Prior to Legends, we saw Angry Birds Casual and Angry Birds Tennis enter soft-launch earlier this year. The former is seemingly an even more casual take on the classic series, while the latter is an arcade tennis game. Both of them look pretty solid.</p><p>Truth be told, though, I'm much more interested in what Legends has up its sleeve. It takes place in the familiar world of Angry Birds, where pigs and birds have had a bitter feud for many generations. The arrival of ancient dragons and a powerful dark force throws everything into chaos, and so it's time for the endless bickering to stop.</p><p>With a much greater danger now present, the different factions opt to band together in a last-ditch effort to defeat the threat and save the world. Based on that description, you might expect the game to revolve around the collection of many, many heroes of all different types – and you'd be right.</p><p>There's said to be a giant roster of fan-favourites and newcomers alike to hunt down. The idea is that you'll build up a combat-ready squad, switching out heroes to deal with the specific task/enemy at hand. These guys can all be upgraded to improve their unique abilities.</p><p>Combat itself sees you matching teammates with complementary powers, merging their skills whenever the need arises. With it being a free-to-play title, you can also expect the usual limited-time in-game events that give you a chance to earn epic and legendary heroes.</p><p>It sounds like a fairly standard mobile RPG, though I'm hopeful that Rovio can deliver its typically impressive levels of polish. If you want to get in early, you'll find Angry Birds Legends available for download from Google Play. According to PocketGamer.biz, it's currently playable in the UK, Sweden, and Finland.</p>On the hunt for more quality RPGs? Here are 25 of the best for AndroidShooter
3、Updated: 12:35pm 11/02/2020<p>The game is now available to pre-order on both the App Store and Google Play. It's also expected to release on 8th April as a premium game that will cost $4.49.</p>Original story<p>KillHouse Games announced that they'd bring Door Kickers: Action Squad over to both iOS and Android in November last year. As of today, you can now pre-register ahead of its release for Android.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar Door Kickers: Action Squad it is a retro-inspired side-scrolling shooter where you take on the role of a SWAT trooper who has to deal with numerous bad guys who are causing trouble across Nowhere City, USA.</p>