Crowd Cat Battle（APK v1.30.0.f1674）
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1、"I have a little brown cocoon of an idea that may possibly expand into a magnificent moth of fulfilment," Anne told Gilbert when she reached home. He had returned earlier than she had expected, and was enjoying Susan's cherry pie. Susan herself hovered in the background, like a rather grim but beneficent guardian spirit, and found as much pleasure in watching Gilbert eat pie as he did in eating it.
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4、<p>Residual is an upcoming pixel art survival game from prolific mobile developer OrangePixel. After crash-landing on a mysterious planet, you'll head out on an adventure across its procedurally-generated terrain, delving deep into a cave system where remnants of an advanced alien civilisation can be found.<p>Residual - new gameplay footage: https://t.co/SWmjWq1n0nResidual is coming to PC, Switch ,iOS and Android later this year / early 2021!Play the demo on Steam starting tomorrow: https://t.co/51GjbKNSeK#gaming #indiegames #NintendoSwitch #pixelart #NoWeapons pic.twitter.com/81MnRCipIb— OrangePixel (@OrangePixel) June 15, 2020Surviving this planet isn't going to be easy, so it'll surely come as a sizeable relief to find some handy alien tech along the way. The game mixes crafting with light puzzles and a good deal of exploration – so far so survival game. But the difference here is that Residual completely sidesteps guns, weapons, and violence.</p>Little Orpheus review - "A cinematic platformer with a seemingly inconceivable story"<p>While there's nothing inherently wrong with games that revolve around such things, it's nice to see certain developers move away from the idea that everything needs to have some form of combat. The survival genre, especially on PC, is fairly full of grisly adventures, so I reckon that there's definitely room for a more chilled-out, non-violent approach.</p><p>Glitch Games has made quite a name for itself over the years thanks to its atmospheric, always spooky horror titles. Just in time for Halloween, three of the team's most popular games are now available on iOS for free. These include Forever Lost: Episode 1, All That Remains: Part 1, and The Forgotten Room.</p><p>They're all point-and-click adventure games at heart, with a heavy emphasis on atmosphere building and tricky puzzles. We reviewed The Forgotten Room all the way back in 2016, praising its haunting score and eerie aesthetic, before awarding it a bronze rating.<p>HOT DEAL!!! Three excellent #iOS adventure games are currently FREE from @GlitchGames: Forever Lost: Ep 1 https://t.co/xJvUv50ZqY The Forgotten Room https://t.co/Hc69PXw6sd All That Remains: Part 1 https://t.co/DbA0xXYyY9 #AppSale #sale— ???????????????????? ???????????????????? (@OTGGamer) October 30, 2019Glitch Games' next title, Veritas, looks to be its most ambitious yet. It's another a first-person point-and-click adventure game where you'll explore, and then try to escape, an abandoned facility. You'll use a special camera to keep track of clues that might lead you to the truth behind what's gone wrong at Veritas Industries.</p><p>The story aims to explore the theme of self-identity and how much of who we are is informed by our memories. Veritas asks: Take them away, and what remains? This one's set to launch for iOS and Android on February 12th. In the meantime, you can check out the developer's Discord channel for more info and to potentially try out the beta version.</p>
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- <p>Ever wished you could spend those long train journeys making classic Mario levels instead of just envisioning them? Well, come December 2nd you'll be able to, as the hit Wii U game Super Mario Maker is getting shrunk onto 3DS.</p><p>Not that it's actually any less of a game - this is Super Mario Maker as you know it, just on a smaller screen. You'll still be dragging and dropping stuff around as you try and make the most fiendish Mario level ever.</p><p>As you can expect of a 3DS title, there's a greater focus on sharing levels locally, via a wireless connection. So if you like the idea of making your friends cry in frustration at the ridiculous number of Goombas chasing them, now's your chance.</p><p>Keep an eye out for Super Mario Maker on the 3DS, which launches on December 2nd - just in time for Christmas.</p><p>Be good and Santa Claus just might treat you.</p><p>Source: The Verge.</p>
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