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<p>Nintendo's teaming up again with the amazing team at Humble Bundle to offer some of its platform's games for a good cause. It's not the first time big N has done that but it was limited to the US and Europe was left out.</p><p>This second bundle contains a few 3DS games that you can grab for cheap (or you can donate more if you want to support some great charities)/</p><p>For $1+ you'll be able to get GTA-like Retro City Rampage DX and Wayforward's metroidvania Shantae and the Pirate's Curse.</p><p>
<p>This morning Ustwo Games announced via Twitter some seriously big news. No, we're not getting Monument Valley 3 - we're getting a Monument Valley movie. And... I am so, so torn about it. <p>The rumours are correct. There's going to be a Monument Valley movie! In collaboration with Paramount Pictures and Patrick Osborne. We couldn't be more excited. https://t.co/j2riIGZfru pic.twitter.com/XGPBabM3z5— ustwo games (@ustwogames) August 22, 2018 In case you've had your head in the sand for the last four years Monument Valley is a meditative puzzler which takes place in a series of M.C. Escher-esque levels. To make it to the end goal of each place you have to manipulate the structures in ways that don't always agree with normal physics.</p><p>So far it seems like the film will send live-action characters into a bizarre world (I guess using heavily CGI environments), which isn't exactly a far-fetched concept. Paramount Pictures and Weed Road have set Patrick Osborne, most commonly revered for his Oscar Award-winning short 'Feast', to the task.</p><p>My issue is seeing how this will come together as a whole and what the story will be like. It's always slightly risky piecing together different mediums as they can look overly complex or tacky come launch, but at least with Osborne behind the wheel you know things might well turn out amazing.</p><p>I'm going to have to wait for information on the plotline before I get excited about it, but for now I'm pleasantly curious and a teeny bit hopeful.</p><p>What do you guys think about a Monument Valley movie? Let us know in those comments below.</p>
Sproggiwood Mod Sproggiwood mod v1.3.2 (much money) Features:Much money*** Designed for newer devices. Requires minimum 1GB of RAM. See list of tested devices at the bottom. ****** HTC one M8 owners: The problem is with bad updates on the phone, not Sproggiwood. Info on fixing it can be found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-one-m8/help/google-play-error-963-t3037545 ***"The game just oozes personality and humor through its characters and game world." -- Touch Arcade"The combination of adorable art, fun dialogue, bite-sized dungeons and a clear sense of progression makes Sproggiwood pretty danged difficult to put down." -- CNET"The adorable graphics and humorous writing bring every detail to life, from talking sheep to vampiric mushrooms." -- Gamezebo"If you're a fan of roguelikes, then this is a must buy. And if you're considering dipping your toe into that particular pond for the first time, this is a darn good place to start.” -- Pocket GamerBring civilization to Sproggiwood, a story-driven, turn-based roguelike set in a humorous world inspired by Finnish mythology. Grow your civilization and plunder procedural dungeons with six unique classes. Outsmart mischievous monsters who work together in unexpected ways. No two dungeon dives are alike.StoryYou’re a simple farmer from the peaceful island of Clog. One moment, you're tending your grove -- the next, you’re lured through a mysterious portal by a talking sheep. Now you’re the prisoner of Sproggi, a mischievous forest spirit who's built a whole village just for you. You have a simple job: tame the wild creatures that roam the forests of Sproggi's realm... Watch Sproggi's plans go awry when you discover a rival civilization on the rise to greatness. Will you choose to befriend these curious Mushroom people and stand together, or will you crush them and claim Sproggiwood for your own? Seize the day and civilize Sproggiwood now!GameplaySproggiwood distills the roguelike genre down to its core fun ingredients: inspired character classes, loads of interesting loot, and procedurally populated dungeons with monsters and traps that combine to produce totally unique tactical challenges. In Sproggiwood, adventure sessions are compact and chock-full of interesting choices for you to make. Each dungeon dive follows the heroic rise of one adventurer from your civilization. Journey through teeming forests, haunted swamps, teetering cliffs, and glacial mazes to uncover your civilization's whole story.Features*A wondrous and humorous setting inspired by Finnish mythology *Brain-churning tactical combat vs. an assortment of creative monsters and traps *Six fully unique, customizable classes: simple farmer, brave warrior, merry archer, cunning thief, brainy wizard, and creepy vampire *Procedural dungeons filled to the brim with scrolls, potions, swords, and staves *Town decoration mode with buildings, trees, roads, and villagersRequirements*Minimum 1GB of RAM (minimum 200mb application heap)Tested on*Nexus 5*Samsung Galaxy Tab S*Samsung Galaxy Tab 4*Samsung Galaxy S3*Samsung Galaxy S4*Samsung Galaxy S5*LG G3
Hopping Heads: Scream & Shout"It IS an ugly word," said Anne, laughing. "Avonlea graveyard was full of old tombstones `sacred to the memory of So-and-So, RELICT of the late So-and-So.' It always made me think of something worn out and moth eaten. Why is it that so many of the words connected with death are so disagreeable? I do wish that the custom of calling a dead body `the remains' could be abolished. I positively shiver when I hear the undertaker say at a funeral, `All who wish to see the remains please step this way.' It always gives me the horrible impression that I am about to view the scene of a cannibal feast."
<p>Five new games are launching today on Apple Arcade, the tech giant's $4.99-a-month subscription service. They include Chucklefish Games' INMOST, Stainless Games' ShockRods, Skybox Labs' Stela, Rogue Games' Mind Symphony, and Efecto+Rocket's Decoherence. All games will be available today on iOS 13, iPad OS, and tvOS, with Mac support to follow.</p><p>This latest batch follows last week's release of Redout: Space Assault, The Bradwell Conspiracy, Pilgrims, and Nightmare Farm.</p>INMOST<p>This one's a really striking puzzle platformer which tells the interconnected tale of three distinct characters across two separate worlds. One section might see you assume the role of a Knight sworn to the forces of evil, while the next will require that you stealthily traverse your surroundings as a young girl. You'll explore every nook and cranny of a sprawling, creature-filled castle, gradually uncovering more of these characters' tragic tales as you go.</p>A CHARCOAL-BURNER carried on his trade in his own house. One day he met a friend, a Fuller, and entreated him to come and live with him, saying that they should be far better neighbors and that their housekeeping expenses would be lessened. The Fuller replied, "The arrangement is impossible as far as I am concerned, for whatever I should whiten, you would immediately blacken again with your charcoal."
<p>Crying Suns initially launched for iOS and Android back in June this year and has been well-received since - we awarded it a Gold Rating. Today the developers have announced that a large update will be arriving in the game on October 29th called Advanced Tactics.</p><p>This update has been tested and balanced over a period of months with the Crying Suns community so you'd like to think it'll bring changes that fans of the game will enjoy. It will introduce new weapons, squadrons and auxiliary systems for battleships and officer abilities.</p>Crying Suns review - "An almost perfect sci-fi strategy game made better by touch controls"<p>There have also been some changes to unlockable battleships which now come equipped with a special technological modifier. This means that players will need to adapt their strategies by taking into account the ship's strengths and weaknesses.</p><p>There will also be neutral units to discover on the battlefield that opponents can capture to obtain a territorial advantage. Additionally, there are now more enemy AI behaviours to force players to adapt their responses. Finally, there will be a new point of interest to find called the Omniforge that allows players to upgrade their squadrons.</p>App Army Assemble: Crying Suns - Is this renowned tactical roguelike a perfect fit for mobile?<p>If you're unfamiliar with Crying Suns, it's a strategy game that draws inspiration from the likes of Advanced Wars and FTL. It initially launched on PC before the developers decided to bring the game over to mobile devices with a revamped UI and control set up for touchscreen devices.</p><p>Crying Suns is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs $8.99.</p>Searching for some of the best strategy games around to play on the go? Here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone and iPad<p> </p>
THE NORTH WIND and the Sun disputed as to which was the most powerful, and agreed that he should be declared the victor who could first strip a wayfaring man of his clothes. The North Wind first tried his power and blew with all his might, but the keener his blasts, the closer the Traveler wrapped his cloak around him, until at last, resigning all hope of victory, the Wind called upon the Sun to see what he could do. The Sun suddenly shone out with all his warmth. The Traveler no sooner felt his genial rays than he took off one garment after another, and at last, fairly overcome with heat, undressed and bathed in a stream that lay in his path."Oh, I've no doubt he can pray. I never heard anyone make more beautiful prayers than old Simon Bentley, who was always drunk, or hoping to be, and the drunker he was the better he prayed."
O, that forced thunder from his heart did fly,
"I saw him sitting beside you when I came up the lane, and I know men's tricks," retorted Miss Cornelia. "There, I've finished my little dress, dearie, and the eighth baby can come as soon as it pleases."
Do not attempt to hide things which cannot be hid.
"I'm sure I would," said Anne. "And please don't think I'm utterly irresponsible because you saw me dancing on the shore at sunset. No doubt I shall be dignified after a time. You see, I haven't been married very long. I feel like a girl, and sometimes like a child, yet."
"No," she said dully. "There isn't any hope. Dick will never be better--and even if his memory were to come back--oh, Anne, it would be worse, even worse, than it is now. This is something you can't understand, you happy bride. Anne, did Miss Cornelia ever tell you how I came to marry Dick?"