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first_imgHello, once again my fellow Roblox fans. Once more we publish our weekly roundup of the top games we’ve been playing on Roblox. As ever these may not be new games but they are new discoveries for us. Each week we spend hours checking out a variety of Roblox games so that we can bring the best of the bunch to you!This week we have three games to recommend all of which are quite different so hopefully, there’s something in there for everyone.View the Heroes Online release trailer below:Our first title is Heroes Online by Bloxxit Studios. Heroes Online is best described as an action RPG. In Heroes Online you can play as a hero or a villain. Your aim is to simply complete quests in order to level up your character but beware, PVP is active all the time and I found that higher level players would quite frequently hang around the starter area to gank newer players. This game stands out for me because of how fast it plays. As you progress you quickly unlock new abilities which not only look cool on-screen but also do some devastating damage.Our next title is Arsenal by ROLVe Community. Arsenal is very much a CS:GO in terms of its playstyle and is very exciting for it. It’s a fast and fluid shooter with very quick respawn times so you’re not out of the action for very long when you get killed. An interesting touch is that when you kill an enemy you automatically pick up their weapon (even if they were miles away) and have to use it. This forces you to try all of the weapons in the game, often in a single map, and means you need to adapt on the fly.View the Arsenal trailer below:Our final title is the Roblox classic Theme Park Tycoon 2 by Den_S. In Theme Park Tycoon 2 you are given free rein to create the theme park of your dreams. You start with a more or less blank canvas. If you want to keep things simple and just place rides and paths then you can approach it this way. If, however, you want a more detailed experience you’re covered too as you can go as far as changing the level of the ground to truly customise your theme park. There are loads of rides to choose from and it will have you glued to the screen for hours.Check out YouTuber Denis playing Theme Park Tycoon 2 below:That’s it for this week folks, hopefully, you’ll like at least one of the titles we’ve recommended and remember to come back next week for more recommendations.last_img read more

first_imgRoughly an hour after losing outside linebacker Paul Kruger on Tuesday, the Ravens sustained their biggest free-agent loss of the offseason with inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe reaching an agreement with the Miami Dolphins.Deemed their top priority after quarterback Joe Flacco signed a six-year contract earlier this month, Ellerbe remained hopeful earlier in the day Tuesday that the sides would come to an agreement, but the 4 p.m. deadline passed without the Ravens inking the 27-year-old to a contract. According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com, the deal is worth $35 million over five years.Ellerbe told WNST.net that the Ravens’ best offer was only $4.5 million per season and roughly half the guaranteed money the Dolphins awarded him.Filling in for an injured Ray Lewis for a large portion of the season, Ellerbe made seven starts and played in 13 games, collecting 92 tackles and 4 1/2 sacks. The inside linebacker missed three games in early December due to an ankle injury but rebounded to serve as arguably the Ravens’ best defensive player en route to their Super Bowl XLVII win.Originally an undrafted free agent out of Georgia in 2009, Ellerbe missed 10 games over the last two seasons as his durability has come into question throughout his career. The talented linebacker also found himself in coach John Harbaugh’s doghouse earlier in his career as his conditioning and commitment to football came into question.However, Ellerbe appeared to have arrived in his fourth NFL season as he began the season playing in the nickel package before stepping into a starting role when Lewis sustained a torn right triceps on Oct. 14.The loss of Ellerbe leaves a major void at inside linebacker as the Ravens are already facing life without the retiring Ray Lewis in the middle of the defense. The organization will hope for the best with Jameel McClain — who suffered a season-ending spinal cord contusion in December — while also looking to free agency and the draft to find an impact player at the position. Former practice-squad member Josh Bynes will also be counted on to fill a larger role within the defense.After signing Ellerbe on Tuesday afternoon, the Dolphins released veteran inside linebacker Karlos Dansby, who could be a viable short-term option for the Ravens at a reasonable cost. WNST.net’s Ryan Chell contributed to this report.last_img read more