<p>This is not the first time we have seen Space Grunts. But it is the first time we get a proper good look at it.</p><p>We're hoping it's gonna be a decent little number as it's the next game from Orangepixel - maker of fine action games Gunslugs and Heroes of Loot.</p><p>In fact, as you'll see in the new video below, Space Grunts seems to be a hybrid of those two games. It's this that has caused Orangepixel to describe it as a "turn-based-action hybrid roguelike."What this means is that you'll move around a moon base where "something" happened (really descriptive). And you'll spend your time shooting up annoying aliens with guns that make loud noises and big explosions.
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4、Another fantastic feature is the multiplayer battle option that lets you switch from hero to hero as you are fighting your opponent. This gives you a significant advantage, so you can rightfully be crowned as the king of the jungle. The switches also happen in real-time, so you won’t have to worry about your opponent destroying you as you’re playing the puzzle. The game itself features so much armor that’s as futuristic as can be, so you will truly embrace your Mad Max feelings with the game. All it takes is firing a sniper and hearing its roar, and we’re convinced that you’ll immediately understand why Hero Hunters was crowned Google Play’s most innovative game.
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3、<p>This week's Apple Arcade game is perhaps one of the service's most interesting yet. It's called Scrappers, and it comes to us from Q-Games, creator of the excellent PixelJunk series. What's it about? Well, it's about bin men.</p><p>It's described as a "hyper-stylised futuristic waste-management beat 'em up", which, c'mon, has to be one of the best concepts for a video game in some time. Bin men are unsung heroes in reality, but in Scrappers' dystopian future, they're seldom welcomed by the locals.</p><p>In a world now ruled by robots, old bits of rubbish have naturally spiked in value. Violent gangs have now grasped the opportunity to acquire and sell that which the bin men aim to collect, hence why you'll so often be met with aggressive robot henchmen.</p><p>You can go it alone or team up with others to keep the streets clean, and you may need some extra help when it comes to the game's tricky boss fights. By the looks of things, it could prove to be a fairly stressful experience for some, what with its constantly escalating action and onslaught of enemies.</p><p>You might remember that Q-Games was also behind one of last year's Apple Arcade releases, Frogger in Toy Town. As I say, I'm a big fan of the PixelJunk series, and the team's games are typically super polished and distinct.</p><p>Purely based on the screenshots and brief gameplay I've seen, I really love Scrappers' sense of style and unique premise, so I'll definitely be checking it out when it launches for Apple Arcade later today. Here's a link to the game's store page. </p><p>In other Apple Arcade news, updates for Lego Brawls, Stranded Sails, and Secret Oops! are all set to arrive today. Next week's Apple Arcade game is the 3D puzzler A Fold Apart.</p>Searching for more quality action games? Here are 25 of the best for iPhone and iPad