<p>In a wonderful turn of events, today has seen the launch of two great-looking Apple Arcade games. One, A Fold Apart, we already knew was set to arrive today, though the second, E-Line's Beyond Blue, comes as a very welcome surprise indeed.</p><p>This one's a gorgeous underwater adventure game where you'll explore the mysteries of our ocean through the eyes of Mirai, a deep-sea explorer and scientist. Alongside your newly-formed research team, you'll use futuristic tech to see, hear, and interact with the ocean and its inhabitants in exciting, perhaps sometimes scary ways.</p><p>I say scary because I certainly wouldn't fancy swimming around with animals the size of my house, even if they aren't out to swallow me whole. That said, I'm more than happy to do so in the safety of a digital world, especially one that looks as pretty as this.</p><p>Beyond Blue is said to offer an evocative narrative that gradually starts throwing high-stakes decisions your way. I'm definitely intrigued.</p><p>It was developed in partnership with the BBC of all things, makers of some of the greatest nature documentaries of all time. This could lend it an additional level of authenticity for people who know their stuff, offering an experience that "reflects the awesome wonder and unbounded mystery that infuses our planet's beating blue heart".</p>
<p>You read that right, there's another Lifeline game coming out. Lifeline: Halfway to Infinity will be the sixth title in the Green series and it looks like people have mixed feelings about it.</p><p><p>So in case you didn't notice ... https://t.co/ZN0UeLTKYk #HalfwayToInfinity— Lifeline (@lifelinegame) December 1, 2016 For those who have yet to play them, the Lifeline games follow our protagonist, Taylor, as he finds himself in the deep vacuum of space.</p><p>In Lifeline: Halfway to Infinity Taylor once again reaches out to his lifeline (you) as he finds himself trapped in orbit around a strange black hole.</p><p>Much like the previous games, the text-based story unfolds and every decision you make will alter the course of your adventure - for better, or for worse.</p><p>Lifeline: Halfway to Infinity welcomes back the fan-favourite author, Dave Justus, and is currently available now for you to pre-register on Android. Head over to Google Play to check it out.</p>佳期：团圆 MOD APK
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"Do you remember, Anne," said Leslie slowly, "that I once said--that night we met on the shore--that I hated my good looks? I did--then. It always seemed to me that if I had been homely Dick would never have thought of me. I hated my beauty because it had attracted him, but now--oh, I'm glad that I have it. It's all I have to offer Owen,--his artist soul delights in it. I feel as if I do not come to him quite empty-handed."
"I ENVY Anne," said Leslie suddenly and fiercely, "and I'd envy her even if she had died! She was a mother for one beautiful day. I'd gladly give my life for THAT!"Update on June 30 at 09:37: The Slaughter: Act One has now been released on iOS. You'll find it here for £2.99.<p>The Slaughter: Act One is a Victorian adventure game that harkens back to the good old days of the point & click genre. There's no voice over and everything is all pixely, just how you like it.</p><p>It takes place in London, where a serial killer is roaming the streets and it's up to you to find him. It all gets surreal and, true to its Twin Peaks inspiration, dreams and reality collides. If you're a fan of mysterious stories filled with twists and turns, you should really look forward to it.</p>
<p>This week, Nintendo and pals unleashed the kraken of content upon the shores of the iOS and Android gaming continent.</p><p>Within 24 hours we witnessed the app store birth of Monster Hunter Stories, Professor Layton and the Curious Village, and Harvest Moon: Light of Hope.</p><p>In addition to touchscreen ports of these 3DS games, we were also given a historical first with Dragalia Lost, an original Nintendo IP created exclusively for mobile.</p>Download episode 458:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>Her hair, nor loose nor tied in formal plat,
<p>In case you haven't seen it yet, Feral Interactive Tweeted out the other day that it'd be bringing a new game to iOS sometime in the future. The big question is: what is it?<p>A new iOS game is on the horizon! The only clue to its identity: a strange, enigmatic signal on the Feral Radar…https://t.co/v2d998T2GE pic.twitter.com/qoBo5Mr0F8— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) April 26, 2018 I'm not going to pretend that I have the answer to that because I'm not a magical being and I don't work at Feral. However, the tricksy company has left us with one clue - a point on its radar featuring a glass of something red (wine, punch, blood, strawberry jelly) and the caption, "Why is the rum gone?"</p><p>Of course, this is one of Jack Sparrow's most relatable phrases from Pirates of the Caribbean, but I don't reckon we'll be looking for game in the franchise. Though, there's a pretty strong argument to be had in thinking it'd be a pirate game of some sort.</p><p>Pocket Gamer's old News Editor, Killercow, had a guess that it may be a port of Sid Meier's Pirates, which wouldn't be too far-fetched considering how well Civ VI is doing under Aspyr's thumb, whilst others are treading the line of more Total War games.</p><p>What do you guys think it could be? What do you guys want it to be? Let us know in those comments below.</p>
<p>Old School RuneScape players are no doubt prepping for this Friday's competitive DMM tournament. If this is the first you've heard of it, this month-long tournament is part of Jagex's contribution to the #PlayApartTogether initiative, which we've covered several times over this last month or so.</p><p>The idea is that all players will start from scratch with a new character, who they'll then have to level up as quickly as possible. DMM (or Deadman Mode) plays out on a PvP server where you run the risk of losing progress on death. As you might imagine, things can get pretty tense in no time flat.</p><p>Following the opening stages, the top 2,000 players will then progress to the live finale on May 30th. Cue an epic battle where the total number of contestants will be whittled down to 256. The best of the best will then face one another in 1v1 knockout rounds. This will keep going until a winner eventually emerges.</p>
A HORSE, proud of his fine trappings, met an Ass on the highway. The Ass, being heavily laden, moved slowly out of the way. "Hardly," said the Horse, "can I resist kicking you with my heels." The Ass held his peace, and made only a silent appeal to the justice of the gods. Not long afterwards the Horse, having become broken-winded, was sent by his owner to the farm. The Ass, seeing him drawing a dungcart, thus derided him: "Where, O boaster, are now all thy gay trappings, thou who are thyself reduced to the condition you so lately treated with contempt?'