<p>Full disclosure: I love Peter Molyneux. His enthusiasm for making games and seeing this big, grand picture in his head has definitely caused him trouble in the past, but it's always kind of inspiring to see someone be enthusiastic in what has become, at times, a dark and horrible gaming environment.</p><p>Anyway, he's finally talking about 22Cans' next game, a new city-building/god-game/toy-construction simulator called Legacy. It's based off his first ever game, The Entrepeneur, which he made by himself back in 1984, but with a few more modern bells and whistles. Like user-generated content, for starters.</p><p>Red Bull Gaming has a full video of it which I'll throw in below, and from what we've seen so far, it looks super lovely. The graphics are chunky and colourful, kind of like The Trail (22Cans' previous game), and the actual gameplay looks like the kind of thing Molyneux is known for - messing about with people's lives on a grand scale.</p>
3、A false tale often betrays itself.The next day, the small white Joy was laid in a velvet casket which Leslie had lined with apple-blossoms, and taken to the graveyard of the church across the harbor. Miss Cornelia and Marilla put all the little love-made garments away, together with the ruffled basket which had been befrilled and belaced for dimpled limbs and downy head. Little Joy was never to sleep there; she had found a colder, narrower bed.
4、<p>When we caught up with InnoSpark at PGC London, the developer showed us an early build of a mobile game that made us think: "why hasn't this been done before?"</p><p>It's titled Trendy Town, and is a social MMO in a similar vein to Habbo Hotel or Second Life, but on a much grander scale. You're still wandering around a fictional universe making new friends and living another life, but the goal here is to, eventually, become a virtual star.</p><p>And that can be in almost any field. You can show off your mad cooking skills, be the authority on the latest fashion, or take trendy snaps to share on the virtual social media, NewsBook.</p><p>Express yourselfThe emphasis is on expressing yourself in a virtual environment - and that extends past the 20 billion different avatar customisation options. With the emoji system, you can interact directly with another avatar and perform actions like hug, kiss, and hold hands.</p><p>Essentially, you can have your own virtual girlfriend or boyfriend, and send them gifts in-game.</p><p>Real world conditions also affect the virtual world. For example, if you're in London at night and it's snowing, that will be reflected in the game visually.</p><p>Be a starTo become a virtual star, you have to dedicate yourself to a craft and share your results via photos in the NewsBook. These will then get rated by your fellow players, with the top-rated contributions going into a magazine.</p><p>This will increase your rank. Get rated highly often and you'll eventually become a celebrity, at which point your avatar will glow.</p><p>Other players can tap on your avatar to view your profile. If they like your look, they can purchase your wardrobe, which earns your player in-game currency.</p><p>You'll also have your own villa, which you can decorate however you'd like, creating rooms to perform your various activities.</p><p>Make your own funAside from the almost endless number of things to do, the developers really want the focus to be on user-generated content. To that end, you can create your own in-game events.</p><p>These can be as simple as meeting with a bunch of players to grab coffee, or even hosting your very own fashion show.</p><p>Aside from that, features from other mobile MMOs, like guild war, will be implemented in a non-violent fashion, but we're not exactly sure how that will look at this point.</p><p>When's it out?Trendy Town will enter soft launch in the next couple of months and, depending on how it goes, will launch globally around autumn.</p>
2、"They ain't to be found around Four Winds, only in the barrens away behind the Glen up yander. I took a little trip today to the Land-of-nothing-to-do, and hunted these up for you. I reckon they're the last you'll see this spring, for they're nearly done."