"Always liked Lombardies," said Captain Jim, waving a long arm at them. "They're the trees of princesses. They're out of fashion now. Folks complain that they die at the top and get ragged-looking. So they do--so they do, if you don't risk your neck every spring climbing up a light ladder to trim them out. I always did it for Miss Elizabeth, so her Lombardies never got out-at-elbows. She was especially fond of them. She liked their dignity and stand-offishness. THEY don't hobnob with every Tom, Dick and Harry. If it's maples for company, Mistress Blythe, it's Lombardies for society."
<p>Oddworld Inhabitants is experimenting with bringing Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty! to mobile, and showed an early test demo of the game running on an NVIDIA Shield tablet to some attendees at GDC.</p><p>Yes, like Pocket Gamer.</p><p>This is a remake of oddball PS1 cult classic Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, but the entire game has been remade from scratch. The design and structure is the same, but the assets are all new.</p><p>It's still about a Mudokon called Abe, who solves puzzles to save the slaves from the zulags of a meat processing plant. He can talk to and direct those workers, and can possess some enemies with a magic chant.</p><p>This Tasty revamp adds fancy new visuals, leaderboards, cutscenes rendered in realtime, quick saves, tweaks to some puzzles, and continuous scrolling between screens.</p><p>The studio says it is "currently experimenting with the viability of, and potential for a mobile device version" of the game, but says it has no particular platforms, dates, or prices in mind.</p><p>Still, the demo we saw was pretty impressive - the Android port took less than a week to make but already had all the graphics and gameplay of the console game, and didn't look too far off the lavishly-polished PS4 version.</p><p>"Should we proceed," says Oddworld Inhabitants, "we would stress that the development and timing of already announced but yet unreleased versions of Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty would not be affected by the development of such a mobile version."</p><p>Like that long-delayed Vita version, eh chaps?</p><p>Anyway. Would you buy New & Tasty if it came to mobile? Let us know in the comments below, to maybe nudge Oddworld Inhabitants in the right direction…</p>
<p>A week ago we had news that Yo-Kai Watch's newest smartphone game was to be revealed in a special stream this week. While we were hoping that the new AR game wouldn't hop too eagerly on the GO bandwagon, it is just that.</p><p>TikTakTime
'Nor gives it satisfaction to our blood<p>Daniel Fedor left his job at BioWare a few years ago to work on his wasteland survival RPG NEO Scavenger.</p><p>It's done pretty well for him on PC after coming out last year. But now Fedor has said that it'll be heading to iOS and Android too.</p><p>It'll be coming "soon... ish" to use Fedor's exact words on Twitter. So it seems that he's already at work on it.</p><p>NEO Scavenger has you trying to survive long enough in a post-apocalyptic Michigan so that you can figure out who you are.</p><p>It's a harsh game, one that doesn't tell you much, and leaves you to figure out what to do for the most part.</p><p>Exploration of the semi-randomized world is managed on a hex-based grid and enemies are fought in turn-based battles.</p>
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"I am sure I hope so," said Miss Cornelia, none too hopefully. "But speaking of the devil, I am positive that Billy Booth is possessed by him now. Have you heard of Billy's latest performance?"
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