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<p>About a month ago, we talked about Tiny Touch Tales' upcoming card game Miracle Merchant. Judging by its forum page, we may be getting our hands on it fairly soon.</p><p>Miracle Merchant puts you in the metaphorical shoes of an Alchemist's apprentice. Much like Arnold Rauers' previous card-based titles, you'll have to combine cards in a Solitaire-like fashion, only this time you'll be making potions instead of stealing stuff.</p><p>Whilst you should very much take this news with a pinch of salt, Rauers stated in his recent post: "version 1.0 is done, game is submitted and approved. We will make the official announcement next week, but expect the release to be very soon."</p><p>We'll be able to update you properly come next week, but let's hope this means a release will be coming in the next month or so.</p>....
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<p>Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi's upcoming strategy RPG Terra Battle will have an energy system you can pay to bypass.</p><p>It's not a feature we can honestly get excited about, unlike the rest of the game.</p><p>We've known that Terra Battle is free to play since finding out about it in July this year. We were hoping its monetisation wouldn't be too icky.</p><p>It seems that it might be, though, unfortunately. You see, Destructoid spoke to Sakaguchi about Terra Battle at PAX Prime, and asked about its free to play model.</p>...
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"The schoolmaster's name was John Selwyn. He came out from the Old Country to teach school at the Glen when I was a boy of sixteen. He wasn't much like the usual run of derelicts who used to come out to P.E.I. to teach school in them days. Most of them were clever, drunken critters who taught the children the three R's when they were sober, and lambasted them when they wasn't. But John Selwyn was a fine, handsome young fellow. He boarded at my father's, and he and me were cronies, though he was ten years older'n me. We read and walked and talked a heap together. He knew about all the poetry that was ever written, I reckon, and he used to quote it to me along shore in the evenings. Dad thought it an awful waste of time, but he sorter endured it, hoping it'd put me off the notion of going to sea. Well, nothing could do THAT--mother come of a race of sea-going folk and it was born in me. But I loved to hear John read and recite. It's almost sixty years ago, but I could repeat yards of poetry I learned from him. Nearly sixty years!"....