1、"I'm going for a walk to the outside shore tonight," Anne told Gog and Magog one October evening. There was no one else to tell, for Gilbert had gone over the harbor. Anne had her little domain in the speckless order one would expect of anyone brought up by Marilla Cuthbert, and felt that she could gad shoreward with a clear conscience. Many and delightful had been her shore rambles, sometimes with Gilbert, sometimes with Captain Jim, sometimes alone with her own thoughts and new, poignantly-sweet dreams that were beginning to span life with their rainbows. She loved the gentle, misty harbor shore and the silvery, wind-haunted sand shore, but best of all she loved the rock shore, with its cliffs and caves and piles of surf-worn boulders, and its coves where the pebbles glittered under the pools; and it was to this shore she hied herself tonight.Larger, wider, better
2、<p>Touched by Grace and Plug In Digital have released a digital adaptation of the board game The Tree today for iOS, Android and Steam as a premium title. The physical version of the board game was created by Simon Harvard and published by Asyncron before being digitised for mobile devices. </p><p>The Tree is a strategy game that apparently the whole family – so long as everyone is over 10 years old - can enjoy where each player takes on the role of a guardian spirit tasked with protecting a magical tree. There are four different trees in the game that are inspired by popular folklore from around the world including Brocéliandre forest, Native Americans, Vikings and Medieval Japan.</p>Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity review - "A breathless and wild button-masher"<p>Each player will have a series of cards and guardian spirits to play that can either help their own tree grow or slow down the progress of the others. According to the developers, it will be integral to your success to use each of these cards at the correct time.</p>biologicalunhappiness.com"Don't you know ANY good husbands, Miss Bryant?"
4、This said, in top of rage the lines she rents,A CERTAIN rich man bought in the market a Goose and a Swan. He fed the one for his table and kept the other for the sake of its song. When the time came for killing the Goose, the cook went to get him at night, when it was dark, and he was not able to distinguish one bird from the other. By mistake he caught the Swan instead of the Goose. The Swan, threatened with death, burst forth into song and thus made himself known by his voice, and preserved his life by his melody.
2、<p>Balls. Footballs to be precise. FIFA Ultimate Team 15 has just been soft launched in Canada for iOS and Android, bringing lots of kicking and card collecting to anyone in the frozen north who has a mobile device. Unless it's Windows Phone.</p><p>The game is just as slick as you'd expect from EA's flagship foot-to-ball franchise, and it's got some new simplified controls that make kicking that ball into the correct goal much easier.</p><p>These involve swipes, taps, and actually work really well once you get used to them. You can swap back to classic control if you prefer though.</p><p>Plus there's the ever-addictive card collection heart beating underneath it all. You need to build up your team by buying packs of cards. These might be balls, kits, stadia, new managers, or extra players to add to your roster.</p><p>That's where the free to play element comes in. The cards can be bought with coins you earn as you play, or with another currency you can buy with real-life money.</p>
3、<p>Sometimes, all you want is a simple and relaxing game. A game that doesn't feature any stressful timers and that comes with simple rules.</p><p>And that's exactly the kind of experience that Atomi wants to offer.</p>