A CERTAIN HOUSE was overrun with Mice. A Cat, discovering this, made her way into it and began to catch and eat them one by one. Fearing for their lives, the Mice kept themselves close in their holes. The Cat was no longer able to get at them and perceived that she must tempt them forth by some device. For this purpose she jumped upon a peg, and suspending herself from it, pretended to be dead. One of the Mice, peeping stealthily out, saw her and said, "Ah, my good madam, even though you should turn into a meal-bag, we will not come near you.""Changes come all the time. Just as soon as things get really nice they change," she said with a sigh.
2、<p>You may have heard that the Uncharted series is getting a remastered collection for PS4 called Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection.</p><p>It contains the entire Uncharted trilogy but, wait a sec, isn't there four Uncharted games? Yes, there is. And I'm not talking about the upcoming Uncharted 4 either.</p><p>Did Naughty Dog forget about Uncharted: Golden Abyss on the PS Vita? We gave it a Gold Award so it's clearly not something worth neglecting.</p><p>Turns out that, no, Naughty Dog didn't forget about Golden Abyss.</p><p>Talking at Eurogamer Expo over the weekend, Naughty Dog's community strategist Arne Meyer explained why the PS Vita game isn't in the remastered bundle:</p><p>"It was definitely under consideration, because we were trying to see how we could collect all of the Uncharted games," Meyer said.</p><p>"But when we went back and looked at what we were trying to do with the Nathan Drake Collection, we realised that those three games – the trilogy – actually provided a particular narrative arc that led into Uncharted 4.</p><p>"We wanted to keep that as a holistic collection for that reason, and Golden Abyss kind of lives a little bit outside of that."</p><p>That makes sense, I guess. Still, it's a shame that it doesn't get to live on beyond the PS Vita, at least for now. Those upgraded visuals would have been great to see, too.</p>Power Up GamingPROJECT:TOG(beta)
2、The Mouse, the Frog, and the Hawk
3、<p>CLUEDO (or CLUE as it's known in the US) is the perfect example of how to make a digital version of a classic board game. It’s full of its own ideas, though it still feels faithful to the original. And now, two years after its initial launch on mobile, and one year since its launch on Steam, it’s finally arrived on the Nintendo eShop with a brand new update that adds exciting new modes, characters, and boards.</p><p>If you’re new to CLUEDO, it all revolves around uncovering the details of a gruesome murder. You’ll need to examine the evidence on offer, determine what weapon was used in the killing, and work out where about it actually happened. Selecting the real culprit can be tricky, seeing as none of them are particularly trustworthy, so you’ll need to make full use of your deduction skills in order to win.</p>