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Castle Pixel's retro-style sci-fi action platformer Rex Rocket will be making the leap from PC to iPad in the near future.It was revealed on the Touch Arcade forums where Castle Pixel said that it has "begun beta testing [its] last game, Rex Rocket for ipads".Rex Rocket was released on Steam for PC earlier this year after a successful Kickstarter.You play as Captain Rexford or Rexanna as they attempt to save the crew of a spaceship after its dangerous cargo gets loose.It's a classic-style action platformer with wall-jumping and laser guns, all illustrated in bright pixel art.
What I should do again for such a sake.
"Not just now, thank you, Anne. I don't feel like having another dog yet. I don't seem to have any affection left for another. Perhaps--in time--I'll let you give me one. I really need one as a kind of protection. But there was something almost human about Carlo-- it wouldn't be DECENT to fill his place too hurriedly, dear old fellow .""Oh, well, it may be a superstition or it may not, doctor, dear. All that I know is, it has happened. My sister's husband's nephew's wife's cat sucked their baby's breath, and the poor innocent was all but gone when they found it. And superstition or not, if I find that yellow beast lurking near our baby I will whack him with the poker, Mrs. Doctor, dear."
Slide the Shakes was a surprisingly addictive title despite its simplistic nature. But Land Sliders proved that Heyprettygreat is able to make these concepts work.True to its name, you just had to slide... the milkshakes in the designated zone. New milkshakes were unlocked along the way and devious levels were soon slowing your progress.Today, a new update hit Slide the Shakes adding 50 new levels, ten new milkshakes and some new tools to play with like portals and more. You can also play it on tvOS if you have one of the latest Apple TV laying around.
Updated on November 9th, at 11:15PM: If you can't enough Mikey action, be it running, swinging, or sliding, the new game in the series is now available on the App Store.This new Mikey game focuses auto-running challenges, as you precisely time your leaps to evade deadly drops and hazardous gauntlets.Mikey Jumps can be downloaded for free.As if poor old Mikey wasn't knackered enough, BeaverTap Games is at it again with the next instalment, Mikey Jumps, and it's coming to iOS and Apple TV on November 10th.For those unfamiliar with the series, Mikey Shorts, Mikey Boots, and Mikey Hooks are all auto-running platformers with one key difference – the way you get through them. Mikey Jumps follows this trend as you have to hop, leap, and bound your way through a variety of levels in this brutal platformer. Faced with spinning wheels of death, fatal drops, and wicked spikes you've got to reach the star at the end of the level to move on to the next.Speaking of levels we're so far looking at a whopping 200 of them – or 20 areas containing ten levels that fit on a single screen. You can play as six characters including Mikey, collect cosmetic items such as hats, beards, glasses, and more, and you can also get your hands on some iOS 10 stickers to send over to your friends.Keep an eye and an ear out on November 10th, and we'll let you know when the game drops.
A LARK had made her nest in the early spring on the young green wheat. The brood had almost grown to their full strength and attained the use of their wings and the full plumage of their feathers, when the owner of the field, looking over his ripe crop, said, "The time has come when I must ask all my neighbors to help me with my harvest." One of the young Larks heard his speech and related it to his mother, inquiring of her to what place they should move for safety. "There is no occasion to move yet, my son," she replied; "the man who only sends to his friends to help him with his harvest is not really in earnest." The owner of the field came again a few days later and saw the wheat shedding the grain from excess of ripeness. He said, "I will come myself tomorrow with my laborers, and with as many reapers as I can hire, and will get in the harvest." The Lark on hearing these words said to her brood, "It is time now to be off, my little ones, for the man is in earnest this time; he no longer trusts his friends, but will reap the field himself."