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Game Description: Star Hammer: The Vanguard Prophecy is a game of 3D tactical space battles. Play your part in the Second Contact War in a campaign with a branching story and over 60 missions, or create your own scenarios in skirmish mode battles. Six classes of assaults ships are yours to command. Make precision strikes with the swift Swordfish Raiders, or lead from the bridge of a hulking Kraken Dreadnought. Change your tactics as you order reinforcements with stun guns, guided missiles, unmanned fighter drones and single-focus DEW beams.
In this sequel to the 2008 Playstation Vita game Gravity Rush, players continue with the adventures of Kat, a girl who has the ability to manipulate gravity. In addition to the gravity powers of the first game, there are also two other kinds of abilities players can use in this one: Lunar, which allows Kat to increase her speed and jump higher, and Jupiter, which makes her heavier but ups the damage of her attacks. Using the touchpad, the player can switch between all three while playing.
Some of the most basic questions in wildlife research were, for a long time, surprisingly hard to answer. Where do wild animals live, if they still live at all? How many are there? What do they eat?
In the past 15 years, the answers have gotten a lot more accessible, thanks in large part to digital photography. Researchers can now place cameras with big memory cards and motion sensors in remote places. Known as “camera traps,” they snap photos when animals walk by, and they’ve revolutionized the study of wildlife.