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4、"Oh, I don't mean that I didn't want to come," protested Leslie, flushing a little. "I--I've been thinking of coming--but it isn't always easy for me to get away."
1、<p>Let me set the scene: it's summer 2016, early July, and Pokemon GO was on the verge of releasing. For the lucky few it came out without a hitch but the rest of us had to weasel our way in, causing huge server crashes and ultimate digital chaos.</p><p>A blog post from yesterday showed that the reason behind these server crashes was because Niantic simply wasn't expecting the amount of traffic they received. The graphs are both terrifying and utterly amazing as you try and even comprehend what the workers at Niantic must have been feeling as that line started rising higher and higher.</p><p>If any of you were around when Ultimate Chicken Horse (PC) first launched its multiplayer beta, you'll know what a bugger server overloads can be as the game was nigh unplayable – but that was a 500 player limit on Unity at first. After Pokemon GO launched in Australia and New Zealand it took only 15 minutes for the traffic to surge way past what was expected. Combine that with foreign iTunes accounts and Android's APK files, it's no wonder the servers went down.</p><p>As you can see from the chart Niantic expected 1X traffic with 5X for worst-case-scenario. Instead they had an influx of 50X too quickly to catch and just had to rush about and watch in horror and awe as the servers strained beneath the weight of expectation.</p><p>Check out the full report here. It's actually a fascinating read.</p>That is, to you, my origin and ender;
3、<p>Time is limited. Apps are plentiful.</p><p>How can you make sense of the ever-increasing number of new games in the App Store? Well, by reading Pocket Gamer, of course. But we can't possibly cover everything, and there are some games that just don't fit in our wheelhouse.</p><p>Thankfully, our friends over at 148Apps are here to save the day. Take a look at some of the casual games that have caught the attention of the 148Apps team...</p><p>TrulonBy Lillbacka Powerco Oy</p><p>"This rpg has a pretty neat card-based combat system, but the rest of it is pretty lackluster." (Campbell Bird)</p><p>MulticrossBy WildSnake Software</p><p>"Multicross is a fairly strategic tetromino puzzle game from the creator of Tetris." (Rob Rich)</p><p>Point Blank AdventuresBy BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe</p><p>"Point Blank Adventures is a cute and simple way to garner some stress relief." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Mr. BankBy Abhishek Malpani</p><p>"Mr Bank is a simple game of number combining, but it's an enjoyable one." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Knights & SnailsBy Knights Digital</p><p>"Although a bit abstract, Knights & Snails is a pretty engrossing strategy game about jousting." (Campbell Bird)</p><p>Wings RemasteredBy Kalypso Media Group GmbH</p><p>"Wings Remastered is an iOS adaptation of the popular combat flight game of the 1990s." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Into the CircleBy ZipZap Games</p><p>"This free-to-play game is pretty simple, but it's remarkably well made." (Campbell Bird)</p><p>All this, plus the top 9 apps for the summer movie season. Click on over to 148Apps now!</p>