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The Rivers and the SeaLeslie said nothing, and Anne was a little chilled. She had offered friendship frankly but it had not been accepted very graciously, if it had not been absolutely repelled. In silence they climbed the cliffs and walked across a pasture-field of which the feathery, bleached, wild grasses were like a carpet of creamy velvet in the moonlight. When they reached the shore lane Leslie turned.
Sweetly supposed them mistress of his heart.
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Nintendo Switch Online subscribers got a special treat today—a new version of The Legend of Zelda designed for both newcomers and seasoned fans looking for a lighter experience. This surprise game, subtitled ‘Living the life of luxury!’ is a special release for the Switch NES library.Described as a “souped-up version” of The Legend of Zelda, the game starts you off with the White Sword, Magical Shield, Blue Ring, and a Power Bracelet, along with 255 Rupees and a good number of keys and bombs. Upon beating the game for the first time, you’ll unlock a more difficult mode called “Second Quest”.This is the first update to the Switch’s NES library, adding, in addition to Zelda, NES Open Tournament Golf, Solomon’s Key, and Super Dodgeball. Expect to see more games joining the collection in the coming months.Minecraft Winter Expedition Eternal Icefield(New module)
The Pokémon Company have just released Pokémon Style, an app that lets you customise your Android or iOS device.The themes available are mostly based off lines of merchandise available from Japanese Pokémon Centers, like Nemuri Pikachu and Eevee Mansion (pictured below).You'll need to be running Android 4.0 / iOS 7.0 or above to get it working.Unfortunately, iOS doesn't support icon customisation, so that feature will be limited to the Android version.Both free and premium themes are available. Premium themes cost ¥200 (£1.10 / $1.69), although a selection are currently available at half price until February 25.The Android version is out now on the Japanese Google Play Store, with an iOS version to follow soon on the App Store.Would you pick this up if it came to the West? Let us know in the comments below.And was my own fee-simple, not in part,
"So it is--so it is," conceded Mrs. Harmon. "There's no telling what queer freaks fashion will take. Well, Anne, your things are very pretty, and very suitable to your position in life, aren't they, Jane? I hope you'll be very happy. You have my best wishes, I'm sure. A long engagement doesn't often turn out well. But, of course, in your case it couldn't be helped."
Tomorrow Corporation has revealed that its next game is a "puzzle game for nerds" that it calls Human Resource Machine.No platforms have been announced yet but we're going to go out on a limb and say that mobile is pretty likely.What we can tell you is that the game will have you using your little workers to solve the puzzle in each level. Once you do, you'll get promoted to work on the next floor of the towering skyscraper it all takes place in.Apparently, each level represents a year, so it seems likely that the game is an appropriation of the corporate ladder, i.e. you use your workers and get closer to the top.Perhaps it's a cynical take on the dog-eat-dog world of business. It being called Human Resource Machine certainly alludes to that.Unfortunately, it's not possible to tell quite yet as we don't have more information about the game to go on. But Tomorrow Corporation says more is to come very soon.Oh, and if you need reminding, you'll probably know Tomorrow Corporation for its previous puzzle adventure Little Inferno.Or, if not that one, you surely know about World of Goo. That's one of the games that the people at the studio worked on before at 2DBoy.So we can hopefully expect for Human Resource Machine to be just as interesting as those two puzzle games are. We'll let you know more about it once we get the info.
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