Pirate MMO Atlas Gets New Islands And More With “Into The Ice” Update

Pirate-themed survival MMO Atlas has received a swashbucklingly big content patch. Into the Ice adds a new dungeon, several new islands, and …

Joe Allen /June 3, 2019 at 9:45 AM /Gaming, Gaming News / CommentsTwitterFacebookReddit

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Pirate-themed survival MMO Atlas has received a swashbucklingly big content patch. Into the Ice adds a new dungeon, several new islands, and plenty more.

First up, developer Grapeshot Games is bringing a new dungeon to Atlas. The Polar Ice Dungeon brings with it a new boss battle in the form of the Abominable Snowman. Players will need to whittle down the Snowman’s ice shield by killing minions. Once the shield is gone, you’ll be able to damage the boss. Each time the encounter moves to a new health state, you’ll be inundated with more minions, culminating in chaos with the boss’ final stages. If you want to access the Polar Ice Dungeon, you’ll need to collect the full set of Power Stones.

You’ll also be able to explore five new islands. These islands consist of equatorial and polar climates and are pretty large. We’re not sure what’s actually on these islands. If you’re a fan of Atlas, sally forth on your roguish ship and go discover them. The devs are promising new “discoverable areas”, so it won’t be a wasted voyage on your part. You’ll have a couple of new ship structures and other building types to try if you’re hurting for things to do.

Into the Ice also adds a couple of new creature types to Atlas. The Olfend (which Grapeshot apparently nearly called the “Camelephant”) can store and distribute water by spitting it out. You can collect water with the Olfend by riding the creature across fertile land or through lakes. The second creature is the Giant Tortuga. Grapeshot says the Giant Tortuga offers its “passengers” reduced oxygen consumption and can act as an organic submarine.

The new content update brings with it a host of bug fixes, quality-of-life improvements and other minor additions for Atlas. You can check out the full patch notes here. To celebrate Into the Ice, Grapeshot is offering Atlas at 50% off until tomorrow. Maybe Into the Ice will be able to do something to fix those “mostly negative” Steam user reviews. Let’s hope so.

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Area theaters take special day to cater to kids

Regal Entertainment Group, owner of Joplin’s Northstar 14, will once again offer $1 summer movies at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays …

Children bored with the Disney Channel and the lack of options on Netflix will receive a chance to watch plenty of fun, classic kids movies at area cinemas for the fraction of the normal box office cost.

Regal Entertainment Group, owner of Joplin’s Northstar 14, will once again offer $1 summer movies at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays featuring a lineup of “G” and “PG” rated movies.

Some of the highlighted movies shown will include: “Paddington 2,” “Teen Titans Go! To the Movies,” “Despicable Me 3,” “The Lego Movie,” “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,” “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World,” “Smallfoot,” “The Secret Life of Pets,” “The Grinch” and “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.”

“Summer Movie Express is one of the hottest annual deals Regal offers to its moviegoers,” said Ken Thewes, Regal’s chief marketing officer, said in a press release. “The summer program is the perfect way for families to spend quality time together while enjoying a big-screen experience.”

A portion of the proceeds will go to the Will Rogers Institute.

Check www.regmovies.com for a complete list of movies.

Other summer movie programs taking place in the Joplin area includes:

• Wild Summer: Kids on the Lam at Joplin’s Bookhouse Cinema, 715 E. Broadway, includes movies from the 1980s, 1990s and even a James Dean movies from 1955. Specific titles include: “The Goonies” (June 7-12), “The Legend of Billie Jean” (June 14-20), “Cry-Baby” (June 21-27), “The Neverending Story” (June 28-July 3), “Rebel Without a Cause” (July 5-10), “Rock ‘n’ Rock High School” (July 12-14), “The Outsiders” (July 19-24) and “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” (July 26-31).

• At both the Neosho Cinema 6 and Miami Cineplex, the Summer Kids Series gets underway with 10 a.m. show dates each Thursday. Tickets are only $3. The movie list includes: “The Secret Life of Pets” (June 4-6), “Despicable Me 2” (June 11-13), “Sing” (June 18-20), “The Grinch” (June 25-27), “The Lorax” (July 2-4), “Trolls” (July 9-11), “How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World” (July 16-18) and “Shrek” (July 23-25).

• Over at Lamar’s Plaza Theater, 107 W. 11th St., Wednesdays will be dedicated to summer vacation movies, with 10:15 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. showings. Even better: It’s free admission. The movies include: “Hook” (May 29), “The Grinch” (June 5), “Hotel Transylvania 3” (June 12), “Smallfoot” (June 19), “Stuart Little” (June 26), “E.T.” (July 3), “Paddington 2” (July 10), “The Lego Movie 2” (July 17), “How to Train Your Dragon 3” (July 24), “Wonder Park” (July 31) and “Monster Trucks” (Aug. 7).

• At the AMC Classic Pittsburg 8, 202 Centennial Drive in Pittsburg, the Summer Movie Camp is about to get underway, where kids can get admission to a kid-friendly movies and a KidsPack for just $4 each Wednesday. The movie lineup includes: “Trolls,” “The Lego Movie 2,” “Hotel Transylvania 3,” “Peter Rabbit,” “Teen Titans Go to the Movies,” “Wonder Park,” “Smallfoot,” “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” and “The House with a Clock on the Walls.”

You can catch family movies for only $1 this summer

When the 90-degree weather becomes too overwhelming, duck into your local Regal Cinemas for the annual Summer Movie Express. Beginning July …

NYC’s best water playgrounds for kids and swimming pools for kids are great ways to combat the heat and humidity. But, if we’re being honest, we’re not opposed to staying cool indoors, either.

When the 90-degree weather becomes too overwhelming, duck into your local Regal Cinemas for the annual Summer Movie Express. Beginning July 2 in NYC, participating locations (Long Island City, Sheepshead Bay and Staten Island) will celebrate the season with a lovely offer: $1 kids’ movies! Visitors will need to make their way to the theater on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10am to participate in the cheap fun. (Films are either rated G or PG.)

“We invite people of all ages to join us for three months of fun and entertainment as we feature family-friendly blockbusters,” Ken Thewes, Regal’s chief marketing officer said in a statement. “This summer program is the perfect way for families to spend quality time together while enjoying a big-screen experience.”


There’s certainly a lot to look forward to for little film buffs and their guardians. The 2019 lineup includes Despicable Me 3, Smallfoot, Secret Life of Pets, Trolls, Shrek 2 and plenty of other family movies. No need to twist our arm—we’re already perusing the schedule and planning our concession stand purchases.

Visit regalmovies.com for the full lineup and more information about the series. Don’t forget to take advantage of free summer movies in NYC parks, too!

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Regal Cinemas New Albany offering $1 family movies

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – We are about to enter those long days of summer and Regal Cinemas is offering family entertainment for you to enjoy. If you are …

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – We are about to enter those long days of summer and Regal Cinemas is offering family entertainment for you to enjoy.

If you are a parent looking for an affordable way to have fun with the kids, a trip to the movie theater provides entertainment.

Regal Cinemas’ Summer Movie Express program is here and one Indiana theater is offering this program.

The program, at Regal New Albany, shows G and PG-rated movies for $1 at 10 a.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday from June 4 through Sept. 4.

Some of the movies offered in 2019 include Shrek, The Lego Movie, Despicable Me 3, Kung Fu Panda How to Train Your Dragon, Trolls, Smallfoot and the Croods.

Visit the Regal website for a full list of movie offerings, times and more information.

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Where to find $1 kids’ movies in Austin this summer

Once again, the Regal theater chain is hosting $1 kids’ movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays this summer. Regal will offer two movies on Tuesday …

Once again, the Regal theater chain is hosting $1 kids’ movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays this summer. Regal will offer two movies on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m., with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Will Rogers Institute.

Here is the full slate at 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Westgate Stadium 11, Regal Metropolitan and Gateway Stadium 16.

“The Croods,” June 4-5, “Puss in Boots,” June 4-5

“Despicable Me,” June 11-12, “Turbo,” June 11-12

“Lego Batman Movie,” June 18-19, “House With a Clock in its Walls,” June 18-19

“Teen Titans Go! To the Movies,” June 25-26, “Paddington 2,” June 25-26

“Despicable Me 3,” July 2-3, “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch,” July 2-3

“Lego Movie 2,” July 9-10, “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World,” July 9-10

“Smallfoot,” July 16-17; “Secret Life of Pets,” July 16-17, “Lego Movie,” July 16-17;

“Lego Movie,” July 23-24; “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie,” July 23-24;

“Sing,” July 30-31; “How to train Your Dragon 2,” July 30-31

“Penguins of Madagascar,” Aug. 6-7, “Boss Baby,” Aug. 6-7

“Kung Fu Panda 3,” Aug. 13-14, “Lego Ninjago Movie,” Aug. 13-14

“Trolls,” Aug. 20-21; “Minions,” Aug. 20-21

“Madagascar,” Aug. 27-28; “Shrek 2,” Aug. 27-28

“How to Train Your Dragon,” Sept. 3-4; “Storks,” Sept. 3-4.

Tickets are $1. regmovies.com/movies/summer-movie-express

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