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<p>Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales has very suddenly arrived on the App Store today. This one first launched for PC back in 2018, where it earned generally glowing reviews for its sweeping fantasy yarn and interesting mix of exploration and card battles.</p><p>I played it when it eventually made the move to consoles, and while the performance wasn't pretty at launch, the game itself ranks among the studio's best. You'll venture through the Northern Realms as Queen Meve, watching her build up her army and work to reclaim her role as ruler of Rivia and Lyria in the face of a violent Nilfgaardian invasion.<p>Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales has arrived on iOS!You can now purchase the game from @AppStore: https://t.co/0kNDfBDmZsMore information: https://t.co/jiNUk3I9n8 pic.twitter.com/Ms9BbcPC0K— The Witcher (@witchergame) July 9, 2020The gameplay mixes basic exploration of semi-open areas with intense, strategic card battles that initially feel somewhat similar to Gwent, which itself started life as a mini-game within The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Tons of changes have been made to the core card action, however, and a good deal of the battles function more like puzzles than anything else.</p><p>The story and characters are arguably the real draw here, with Meve meeting and befriending an excellent supporting cast throughout her lengthy quest. And the decisions she makes along the way will often have both long-term and more immediate consequences – so be wary.</p>Their kind acceptance weepingly beseeched,He had the dialect and different skill,
<p>Fancy seeing a vampire kick some skeleton butt? Well, we have just the video for you, then.</p><p>It shows new footage from the promising iOS and Android gothic beat-'em-up Never Gone. It's upcoming from Chinese studio Hippie Game.</p><p>You may recall that we got some hands-on time with it at the Tokyo Game Show. We were impressed, but unfortunately weren't able to show you why.</p><p>Well, with the arrival of this video you can see what we saw, including a bloody boss fight. Watch it below.</p><p>Yet another interesting and exciting game is on its way to the Switch, and this time things are a little shady... because there are... puppets... in Projection: First Light.</p><p>
Alone on the sands of the bar Anne gave herself up to the eerie charm of the night. It was warm for September, and the late afternoon had been very foggy; but a full moon had in part lessened the fog and transformed the harbor and the gulf and the surrounding shores into a strange, fantastic, unreal world of pale silver mist, through which everything loomed phantom-like. Captain Josiah Crawford's black schooner sailing down the channel, laden with potatoes for Bluenose ports, was a spectral ship bound for a far uncharted land, ever receding, never to be reached. The calls of unseen gulls overhead were the cries of the souls of doomed seamen. The little curls of foam that blew across the sand were elfin things stealing up from the sea-caves. The big, round-shouldered sand-dunes were the sleeping giants of some old northern tale. The lights that glimmered palely across the harbor were the delusive beacons on some coast of fairyland. Anne pleased herself with a hundred fancies as she wandered through the mist. It was delightful--romantic-- mysterious to be roaming here alone on this enchanted shore.
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