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1、Stoop to conquer.<p>China's got yet another major mobile game to look forward to after a new Final Fantasy game was announced earlier today. <p>Square Enix announced they will bring a new mobile FINAL FANTASY 15 to Mainland China in 2019.It seems this is not the Pocket Edition but a brand new game built from the ground up. pic.twitter.com/KP6mXNZ4h3— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) December 7, 2017 Following the news that China will be the first country to get their hands on the upcoming mobile release of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Square Enix are also hopping on board with their latest announcement at China's Family Game Conference.</p><p>As Daniel Ahmad reported earlier, Final Fantasy 15 for mobile will apparently not follow the same thread as Pocket Edition, but be a fully-fledged game in itself and will be built from the ground up.</p><p>We have absolutely no idea what this could possibly mean or what form it's going to take, but it's exciting to think about what Square Enix has in store for the mobile world in 2019. Granted, this is so far a China-exclusive release but I'd hope they'd bring it to the West eventually.</p><p>Source: Twitter.</p>
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2、<p>Kanso is an upcoming hyper-casual game from developer Dave Sapien who you may be familiar with from his previous title Mona Lisa. Kanso is intended to be a Zen experience for iOS that Sapien also describes as being a hyper-casual version of Super Hexagon and presumably far less chaotic.</p><p>The game itself is inspired by the Zen calligraphy practice Ensô, which is where people paint a circle onto a blank sheet of paper, with the idea being this provides a moment of peace from the hustle and bustle of daily life.</p><p>This practice will be mirrored in Kanso's gameplay then and will see players tracing their finger around a circle that appears on the screen. Each level will have a different shape to follow and there will also be guiding energy Daemons to avoid. These all follow predictable movement patterns so it's unlikely to present any real challenge, but that's not the point after all.</p><p>Instead, pausing for these guiding energies is intended to be a reminder for the player to breathe, which is another big aspect to Kanso. The game will encourage you to breathe regularly throughout your journey in an attempt to lower your heart rate and reduce stress.</p>
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