<p>If you’re a gamer still puzzling over what the fox says you won’t find it here, but you’ll likely rather experience a tranquil adventure throughout various charming worlds. What, The Fox? is the latest brain game from developer Infinity Games, already considered by some as the most relaxing game of 2017.</p><p>Still available to download and experience for free from either the Google Play and App store, What, The Fox? aims to strike a unique balance between puzzle gameplay that is stress-free yet challenging for those who like a mind workout. With the difficulty rising with every step of the way, you’ll need to keep your wits about you both in story and infinite mode.</p><p>The aim of each level is to guide each funny fox into their respective holes, using your finger to swipe across the screen in the desired direction while keeping a close eye on the furry critters. Some foxes are responsive while others will be sleepy and require a bit more guidance. There’s a total of 3 stars up for grabs within each of the campaign’s 100 levels, so it pays to tame as many woodland creatures as possible.</p><p>There’s never a quiet moment in What, The Fox? upon exercising your brain, and this is thanks to the game’s faithful recreation of all of nature’s sounds. Leaves will crunch, the wind will blow, and other familiar forest sounds accompany you in the hope of providing the most immersive and soothing puzzle adventure possible.</p>
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<p>Ske6’s Kotodama Diary on iOS and Android is now available worldwide in the English language.</p><p>It’s a pet growing game where you give words to kotodummies to make them grow, and their bodies change differently depending on which words they eat. Perhaps they’ll turn up cute, or cool, or maybe monstrous. You must choose the words you like best and try to collect as many kotodummies as possible. You can collect them, play with them, or just simply stare at them.</p><p>You do all of this in a room you decorate to your liking, such as buying furniture to add a bit of home comfort to the place, or choosing what wallpaper and flooring you’d like to look at all day long.</p><p>Kotodama Diary is very cute, and it’s developed by Ske6 which is a three-person indie game studio from Japan. It originally released on the iOS App Store and Google Play about a year and a half ago but did not receive a wide English release. When users began asking the studio if it could localise the game and release it worldwide, the studio got to work with the help of its publisher Polaris-x Inc. to bring it to a larger audience.</p><p>Being a game about playing with words, obviously this was a tremendous task for the team to ensure that Kotodama Diary’s writing wasn’t just simply translated into English but was also adapted to ensure the cultural references and puns were able to be understood by an international audience.</p><p>You can download Kotodama Diary now from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android. It is a free to play title with adverts and in-app purchases.</p>Good tidings we bring to you and your kin, as Jupiter lists five top Android games to play this festive season.<p>In a restless sea of puzzle and brain-training games, Appsolute Games' Memdot is more than welcome as it's set to launch later this week on iOS.</p><p>Memdot does as it suggests without any padding. It's a game with dots that happens to be a memory game too, but what you should take note of is its simple-yet-effective concept: 'A tiny memory game for people who like round things.'</p><p>Designed with only three factors – the dots, the colour of the dots, and the colour the background turns, the aim of the game is to pick the right dot that matches the background colour. The catch is that the dot colours disappear before the background colour appears, making you beef-up your visual memory.</p>Memdot will be released on the App Store this Thursday 18th for 79p/99c. Android will be coming later this month.A COTTAGER and his wife had a Hen that laid a golden egg every day. They supposed that the Hen must contain a great lump of gold in its inside, and in order to get the gold they killed it. Having done so, they found to their surprise that the Hen differed in no respect from their other hens. The foolish pair, thus hoping to become rich all at once, deprived themselves of the gain of which they were assured day by day.
<p>It's been a busy week for the PlayStation VR. Just earlier this week it was rechristened from Project Morpheus - now Sony has announced you'll be able to get your hands on its VR headset at UK game event, EGX.</p><p>EGX recently confirmed that the HTC Vive would be publicly playable for the first time at the four day event, but now you'll also be able to experience PlayStation VR too - with a few limitations.</p><p>Slots to see Sony's VR headset will be limited and people keen for a go are going to need to click the link here to head over and reserve spot with the demo at any point from 1pm UK time today.</p><p>Sony will have a big presence at EGX, with head of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida taking to the stage to celebrate 20 years of Playstation with a Q&A session.</p><p>There are some terms and conditions on the EGX website which you should look through to avoid any disappointment.</p><p>The most pertinent parts: 'Once you have your booked slot, please arrive at the PlayStation VR reception desk on the PlayStation stand 15 minutes before your demo, with your confirmation email, and be ready to show ID to prove you're the person who booked and that you're over 18.'</p>"Do you know, Cornelia," said Captain Jim gravely, "I've often thought that if I wasn't a Presbyterian I'd be a Methodist."Love's arms are peace, 'gainst rule, 'gainst sense, 'gainst shame.
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