1、<p>Over the weekend, Chucklefish CEO/Designer Finn Brice - AKA Tiyuri - received a little bit of backlash after providing a 'non-update' update (as some called it) on his Twitter. In response, Brice took to Reddit to give us a bare-bones summary of what this situation is like on their end. <p>We're not expecting it to be much longer before we can give you some solid SDV news. Still waiting ourselves, but things are looking good— Tiy (@Tiyuri) September 15, 2017 After the original Tweet was met with a mixture of positive and more negative responses, Brice then took to Reddit to push the info-train a little further.</p><p>"Realistically we're trying to get it to everyone as soon as we can, there are a few things involved in that process. First the game has to pass through lot check, a process that is out of our hands and essentially takes as long as it takes. Second, we have to ensure we get a release slot agreement from all parties involved."</p><p>"So far lot check is looking really good, nothing has come up that needs fixing. Does that mean it absolutely won't? No, because otherwise we'd be picking a release window already. But it's a very good sign and that's all I was trying to convey to people, as part of my promise to keep everyone up to date."</p><p>Check out the full post here, and we'll keep you updated as per usual.</p>
3、"That is what I have often thought, Mrs. Doctor, dear, and a great comfort it is. I do not mind nobody wanting me if the Almighty decreed it so for His own wise purposes. But sometimes doubt creeps in, Mrs. Doctor, dear, and I wonder if maybe the Old Scratch has not more to do with it than anyone else. I cannot feel resigned THEN. But maybe," added Susan, brightening up, "I will have a chance to get married yet. I often and often think of the old verse my aunt used to repeat:
1、A PRINCE had some Monkeys trained to dance. Being naturally great mimics of men's actions, they showed themselves most apt pupils, and when arrayed in their rich clothes and masks, they danced as well as any of the courtiers. The spectacle was often repeated with great applause, till on one occasion a courtier, bent on mischief, took from his pocket a handful of nuts and threw them upon the stage. The Monkeys at the sight of the nuts forgot their dancing and became (as indeed they were) Monkeys instead of actors. Pulling off their masks and tearing their robes, they fought with one another for the nuts. The dancing spectacle thus came to an end amidst the laughter and ridicule of the audience.
2、<p>Alto's Adventure has been one of this year's best treats so far. Endless snowboarding on a stunning mountainside, chasing llamas, and fleeing an angry village elder.</p><p>But it's only available on iOS. What about Android players?</p><p>Don't fret, people of the green robot, as we have asked the developer, Snowman, whether or not Alto's Adventure would be on its way to Android at some point.</p><p>"Yep, definitely working on it! We're aiming to have it out in the next couple months," the studio's Ryan Cash told us.</p><p>That's all we can say for now. But at least you know to anticipate it now.</p><p>We gave it a Gold Award on iOS, our reviewer calling it a "beautiful, effortlessly playable endless snowboarder [that's] almost as much fun to play as it is to look at."</p><p>Oh, and pssst, iOS players, if you didn't know, Alto's Adventure is on sale right now. It's well worth picking up if you haven't already.</p><p>Square Enix earns a massive amount of money on free-to-play titles but is looking to diversify its source of revenue. On its latest financial briefing, the juggernaut said that the market for premium apps could see a resurgence now that mobile devices are powerful enough to power console-like experiences.</p><p>Square notes that premium apps are cheaper to maintain and can sell for a longer period of time thus leading to more revenue after a while.</p><p>It seems like Square is actively looking into it and we should see more paid and premium apps fairly soon. Square Enix's apps, like the latest Romancing Saga 2, are often some of the most expensive games but if that means more content and less gatcha mechanics, this could be great news for everyone playing on mobile.</p><p>Let's just hope that also means better support for existing apps as they often break with new iOS' versions and can take sometimes months to be fixed.</p><p>[Source]</p>