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Flappy bird battle royale

Flappy bird battle royale

Flappy Bird is the most explosively popular game ever made. Normally you will be the one who is playing this game. But think about playing with 100 people around the globe simultaneously. This concept of playing flappy bird is known as flappy royale. A new game from developers Orta Therox and Em Lazer-Walker (with contributions from Zach Gage).


The gameplay is simple, just like it was in the original game: tap on your bird to flap and dodge your way through some suspiciously Mario-esque pipes. Except the goal isn’t to survive as long as you can; it’s to survive longer than the other 99 players, all of whom you can see flapping alongside you in real-time. And because it’s a battle royale game, everyone starts out together on a bus, of course.


Until today, Flappy Royale was available on mobile as an open beta. But Therox announced earlier today that the game was out now in an official form on both iOS and Android. It’s also still available on the web.

The mystery Pokemon Revealed On Official Pokemon Twitter Handle

The mystery Pokemon with No-Name is characterized by having a big old industrial nut instead of a head. When players catch it, it turns into a regular Ditto, which is weird. This Pokemon is sighted all around the world. It’s all weird! People are confused. Naturally, there’s a massive thread on the Pokemon GO Reddit with people swapping conspiracy theories

In the video posted on the official Pokemon twitter handle

Professor Willow contacts Mr.Oak asks about the mysterious sightings of the new pokemon and shows him the video that a Nut-head Pokemon turns into Ditto after capturing. Mr.Oak says that it's a Mythical Pokemon Meltan by showing Willow the old transcript of the Pokemon.





The mystery Pokemon Revealed On Official Pokemon Twitter Handle

Features of the mystery Pokemon

Most of Meltan’s body is made from liquid metal, and its shape is very fluid. It can use its liquid arms and legs to corrode metal and absorb it into its own body.
Meltan generates electricity using the metal it absorbs from outside sources. It uses this electricity as an energy source and also as an attack that can be fired from its eye.
Clearly a curious Pokémon, Meltan is very expressive and shows an interest in all kinds of things.

PUBG Mobile tips and tricks




PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds—or PUBG as it’s known by fans—is finally available on mobile. The PC, Xbox One, and now Android and iOS smash hit may have lost some ground to Epic Games’ Fortnite in the ‘great battle royale war’, but Bluehsandbox kill-fest reigns supreme on Android sitting on top of the Play Store with over ten million downloads.
For those new to the game, the first thing you should know is that PUBG is all about surviving until the bitter end in a 100-person free-for-all or as a team by any means necessary. Yet whether you’re the kind of player that likes to grab the best weapons you can find and go all guns blazing, or you opt for a more stealthy approach, there are some gameplay basics that apply to everyone that enters the battlefield.
In this guide, you’ll find some essential tips and tricks that will put you ahead of the pack in PUBG mobile and help you bag those sweet, sweet chicken dinners.

Choose where to land very carefully

A game of PUBG can last as long as half an hour or, if things go horribly wrong, it can all be over in a few seconds. One surefire way of exiting early is by misjudging your initial landing spot.
As a general rule of thumb, you want to aim for the best loot spots in the game’s Erangel map (the desert map, Miramar, will launch in a future update) while also avoiding as many other players as possible. There are some particular areas that regularly spawn the best weapons and armor such as the military base, power plant, or the various major towns, but bare in mind that other seasoned players will be heading there too.
Once you’ve jumped out of the cargo plane, keep an eye out for swarms of other players heading to a single location and avoid those areas like the plague.
Likewise, don’t just aimlessly drift once you’re in freefall—pinpoint a safe enough area, preferably with buildings so you can grab some loot, and push forward to speed your way there. Buildings will show up as white blocks on the minimap, so make sure you’re heading in the right direction.
If you can’t see one you can always open your parachute early and coast over to a decent landing zone. Just be aware that every second you spend in the sky is a second your opponents will be using to scoop up loot.


Loot first, shoot later

Let me re-emphasize this one last time—if you die in PUBG you are dead. In solo play, there are no second chances, and in squads, you’ll be putting your team’s chances of victory at risk if you keep getting down early.
Once you hit the floor, your first priority is gearing up so you don’t get clipped in any initial skirmishes. You’ll find crucial loot scattered around in buildings and supply crate drops. The latter contains the most sought-after weapons like the insanely powerful AWM sniper rifle but remember you won’t be the only one hoping to grab the spoils.
The most important loot in the early stages is a half-decent weapon, ammo, and some reasonable armor, as well as a backpack upgrade (up to level 3) so you have room for better gear as you start exploring. Any gun is better than your fists or even the legendary PUBG frying pan, so grab any nearby firearms before engaging a foe.
Armor is also crucial so you can take more hits in a firefight. Like the backpack, head and body armor are graded from level 1 to 3, but level 3 armor is fairly rare. Aim for level 2 armor before picking a scrap, or level 1 at a bare minimum.
Health items are also a priority. First aid kits are preferable, but bandages, painkillers, and the like will all help in a pinch. Thrown items like grenades will become more important later on as an offensive or distraction tool once the player count has diminished, but don’t be afraid to throw an explosive surprise if you come across an unsuspecting group early on.

Only shoot when you’re in range

This is the ultimate rookie error and it’ll get you killed more than anything else in PUBG Mobile. Deciding when to hide and when to attack is a tricky balancing act, but you should never ever open fire unless you know your weapon has a chance of hitting the target.
While knowing when you’re in range will take some practice for complete newcomers, if you have any experience with PvP shooters you’ll already have a fair understanding of the basics. Shotguns (especially the awesome S12K) and SMGs are useful for up-close burst damage, assault rifles and pistols are good for mid-range fights, and sniper rifles are perfect for long distance pot shots.
Shotguns and SMGs are useful for up-close burst damage, assault rifles and pistols are good for mid-range fights, and sniper rifles are perfect for long distance pot shots.
If you’re shooting at a distant enemy with, say, the otherwise fairly strong Tommy Gun, all you’re doing is giving away your position which is a fatal mistake.
Attachments can extend the range of some weapons—assault rifles with scopes can sometimes be better than sniper rifles—but some guns are only useful in specific circumstances. Shotguns, for example, are a great tool for clearing out a building but are practically useless out in the open fields.
Where possible, try to keep complementary weapons on hand and don’t carry two weapons that fulfill the same purpose.

Keep an eye on the map

It’ll take a fair few games to learn the layout of certain areas of the PUBG map, let alone the whole thing. While you’re getting used to the landscape, make sure you’re paying attention to the minimap and keeping an eye on the diminishing play area.
In PUBG, the only safe area lies within “The Circle”. This circle will begin to shrink at select times during the match and if you find yourself outside of it for too long, you’ll eventually die.
The damage you take in this electrified blue field will increase as the circle shrinks. Early on you’ll be fine for a few minutes, while in the very final stage you won’t last more than ten seconds.
Each new circle will show on your map as a white outline, so if you watch your map you’ll always know where to go next. There’s no need to rush in the early phases, but towards the end, you’ll need to get moving to avoid death while also trying to steer clear of other players who will be doing the same thing. You should always be trying to remain in cover where possible, but if you do need to move, move quickly and with purpose.
The minimap also has one final trick up its sleeve that you absolutely need to look out for—a fire indicator. If you hear gunfire in your vicinity, have a quick glance at the map and it’ll show exactly where it’s coming from.

Wheels are better than legs

Need to get somewhere fast? Then you need a vehicle, my friend.
Vehicles are littered all around Erangel but you’ll find them most commonly near the larger cities and on the main roads.
Unfortunately, while there are plenty of vehicles to go around, there’s also up to 99 other players potentially looking to get behind the wheel too, so be sure it’s safe before approaching.
The motorcycle and buggy are both great for zipping to the next play area but will leave you relatively exposed. Larger vehicles like the jeep will be slower but are great for carrying around four players with a nice amount of protection.
PUBG Mobile’s touchscreen controls can be a bit fiddly at the best of times so you can imagine how difficult it is to deliver a lethal blow to an opponent when they’re driving straight at you. The downside, however, is the amount of attention you’ll draw thanks to those loud engines.


Hide and peek

PUBG games almost always end with a tiny group of fighters lying around on the floor hoping someone else pops their head up first. That person usually gets domed immediately, by the way, so make sure it isn’t you.
Going fully prone in PUBG is an important maneuver, so much so that it has its own dedicated button. It’s also a double-edged sword, however, as while you’ll get a nice recoil and accuracy boost and generally be a little more hidden, mobility is almost non-existent.
If someone approaches you from behind while you’re on your chest, you’re almost definitely going to end up dead—especially if you’re looking through a scope at the same time. Keep an eye on your minimap and the surroundings before hitting the floor, and don’t be afraid to flank your opponents when they’re lying down.
When out in the open, taking advantage of rocks and the sides of buildings for cover can be a much safer alternative. What PUBG doesn’t tell you is that you can actually peek around the side of cover without exposing your squishy limbs, but to do that you’ll have to take a quick trip to the Settings > Basic menu.
Simply toggle Peek & Fire to “Enable” and you’ll be able to peer around corners. Just be aware that you’re far from invulnerable when doing this, as your head will lean with you, but you’ll be a much smaller target.
One final point on controls: remap the buttons if you need to. There are three presets for both general and vehicle controls to choose from, but if you can tweak these even further by hitting the Customize option. You can move around every single aspect of the HUD to your liking, increase button sizes, and alter icon transparency, and you can also reset everything to default if you mess up.

Communicate with your squadmates

Erangel can be a very lonely place when you’re squatting in a field somewhere all alone, just waiting for a chance to strike. That all changes in duo or group play where strategic play and constant communication are key to victory.
Attacking in numbers is far safer than splitting up.
Almost every aspect of PUBG changes in co-op, be it choosing a place to land, deciding who takes what loot, picking a target, or even calling who gets to ride shotgun in a vehicle. Attacking in numbers is far safer than splitting up, but equally, you’ll need to maintain a little distance from your allies from time to time to flank opponents and hold vantage points.
Thankfully, PUBG Mobile supports native voice chat using your device’s speakers and microphone, although you will have to enable the latter in Settings > Audio. Alternatively, if you have a few buddies, you can always use voice and chat apps like Discord.
Do you have any tips and tricks to share with your fellow PUBG comrades? Fire away in the comments.

                              

NEW TOWN HALL LEVEL 12 UPDATE IS COMING TO CLASH OF CLANS


As part of the Town Hall 12 update Clash of clans is introducing a lot of new content including, a new Town Hall level. Update is also comes with defense, troops, buildings and extra walls and so on



  A special preview by Clash of Clans listed are the new levels in their announcement . Here are few new level defenses, building upgrades for Town Hall 12.  you can watch live here

Storage


Elixir Storage level 13
Gold Storage level 13
Dark Elixir Storage level 7

Defenses


Cannon level 16
Archer tower level 16
Mortar level 11
Air Defense level 10
Wizard Tower level 11
Bomb Tower level 7
X-Bow level 6
Hidden Tesla level 10
Inferno Tower level 6
Eagle Artillery level 3
Walls level 13 (100x pieces)

Traps


+1 Giant Bomb
+2 Spring Trap
+1 Seeking Air Mine
+1 Air Bomb
+1 Hidden Tesla

Other

Clan Castle level 8 (+5 housing increase)
Laboratory level 10
Army Camp level 10 (+5 housing increase each)
Town Hall




 When you upgrade to Town Hall 12, your Town Hall becomes weaponized and for the first time will be able to aggressively defend itself from attacks! The Giga Tesla can be upgraded up to level 5 and will be able to acquire more targets with each level (max. 4 simultaneous targets). Upon reaching level 5, the Giga Tesla will drop an explosive after the Town Hall is destroyed!

NEW: Siege Workshop!

There will be more information about the Siege Workshop in an upcoming sneak peek, stated by Supercell So stay tuned for when we reveal this new meta-changing feature being added to Clash of Clans




The release of Town Hall 12 brings a weaponized Town Hall, new building levels, balance changes, and more content yet to be revealed. However, one of the most exciting features being introduced to Clash of Clans is the SIEGE MACHINES!
What are Siege Machines? 

Siege Machines introduce a wholly new gameplay mechanic to your Village. Smash through Walls! Bomb defenses! Deliver your Clan Castle reinforcements directly into the heart of your enemy’s base!
These mobile Clan Castles are trained in the Siege Workshop, a new building available to Town Hall 12 players and will carry and protect your Clan Castle reinforcements into combat.  
What Siege Machines do? Siege Machines will attempt to drive straight for the enemy Town Hall in order to disgorge its complement of troops. Each type of Siege Machine will offer a unique method of transporting and deploying your reinforcements during your attacks, but more details on this later. Once the Machine has reached the Town Hall it will self-destruct, releasing the Clan Castle troops within.
Will only Town Hall 12 be able to use Siege Machines? No!  While the Siege Workshop can only be built by Town Hall 12 villages, Siege Machines can be donated to your Clan mates of Clan Castle level 6 or higher!  Use them as a new and effective strategy during Clan Wars!
What kind of Siege Machines are there? With the release of Town Hall 12, there will be 2 Siege Machines available: the Wall Wrecker and the Battle Blimp.  Both reach their objectives in their own way and open new avenues of how you will not only build troop compositions but also how you can defend against them.

The Wall Wrecker 

The Wall Wrecker has two purposes in life: To smash through anything that stands in its way and provide an armored shell of heavy-duty materials to protects its precious cargo.  The Wall Wrecker will plow through Wall pieces (doing damage x10) and will hammer away at any other building along its path. Not only does the Wall Wrecker provide a way to shield your Clan Castle troops from oncoming assaults, it opens up new strategies for funneling your army as the Wrecker clears the way to victory!

Battle Blimp 

The zippier, hot-air filled cousin of the Wall Wrecker, the Battle Blimp soars over your enemy’s defenses. As it beelines directly for the enemy Town Hall, the Battle Blimp will drop a continuous barrage of bombs.  The Battle Blimp is much faster than the Wall Wrecker but will take less damage before it ultimately is forced to drop its payload.  Just fill the Battle Blimp with Valkyries, drop a Rage Spell on the enemy Town Hall and watch the chaos ensue as the Valkyries create a whirlwind of destruction when they’re dropped from the skies.  
How do I use a Siege Machine? 

If you have trained or received a donated Siege Machine, they will show up on your available Troops list and are deployed the same way you deploy your other units.  When you receive Clan Castle reinforcements from your Clan mates, you will be presented with a new button on the user interface (UI).  You can choose to deploy your Clan Castle troops normally by pressing the Clan Badge icon and attack the old-fashioned way…or…you can choose to SMASH your way to the Town Hall with a SIEGE MACHINE!
When you deploy your Siege Machine, your Clan Castle troops are automatically placed inside and will remain inside until one of 3 things happens: 1) they reach the enemy Town Hall 2) the Siege Machine is destroyed or 3) you can self-destruct the Siege Machine to manually deploy your troops.
No matter which way you use them, your Clan Castle troops will be released and will be allowed to cause havoc.