1、"Now, Gilbert, you are not `going off mad.' Sit down here and I'll apologise bee-YEW-ti-fully, I shouldn't have said that. But--oh, if you knew--"
2、<p>Max Gentlemen is a beautifully ridiculous hat-balancing arcade game from the dev behind Organ Trail, and it's set to hit the App Store and the Google Play Store on August 21st.</p><p>The game sees you playing a burly, manners obsessed Victorian gent who needs to balance as many hats on his head as possible to prove how cultured he is.</p><p>There are a couple of modes. One sees you tootling around in a motor-vehicle, nabbing hats from passers-by and making sure the stack leaps when any birds are about.</p><p>Then there's one that takes place in a bar-room brawl. Other Max Gentlemen hurl hilarious insults at you as you drink beer, balance hats, and dodge the various weapons thrown at you from across the room.</p><p>If this all sounds ridiculous, it's because it is. There's also multiplayer, which doubles up the ridiculousness. It's the sort of game that makes you smile, but it's also looking to be fiendish fun as well.</p><p>Check out the screenshot above, and keep an eye on the App Store a week today when Max Gentlemen should be landing for free.</p>Obsolete(No Ads)
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4、A COUNTRY MOUSE invited a Town Mouse, an intimate friend, to pay him a visit and partake of his country fare. As they were on the bare plowlands, eating there wheat-stocks and roots pulled up from the hedgerow, the Town Mouse said to his friend, "You live here the life of the ants, while in my house is the horn of plenty. I am surrounded by every luxury, and if you will come with me, as I wish you would, you shall have an ample share of my dainties." The Country Mouse was easily persuaded, and returned to town with his friend. On his arrival, the Town Mouse placed before him bread, barley, beans, dried figs, honey, raisins, and, last of all, brought a dainty piece of cheese from a basket. The Country Mouse, being much delighted at the sight of such good cheer, expressed his satisfaction in warm terms and lamented his own hard fate. Just as they were beginning to eat, someone opened the door, and they both ran off squeaking, as fast as they could, to a hole so narrow that two could only find room in it by squeezing. They had scarcely begun their repast again when someone else entered to take something out of a cupboard, whereupon the two Mice, more frightened than before, ran away and hid themselves. At last the Country Mouse, almost famished, said to his friend: "Although you have prepared for me so dainty a feast, I must leave you to enjoy it by yourself. It is surrounded by too many dangers to please me. I prefer my bare plowlands and roots from the hedgerow, where I can live in safety, and without fear."Sproggiwood Mod Sproggiwood mod v1.3.2 (much money) Features:Much money*** Designed for newer devices. Requires minimum 1GB of RAM. See list of tested devices at the bottom. ****** HTC one M8 owners: The problem is with bad updates on the phone, not Sproggiwood. Info on fixing it can be found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-one-m8/help/google-play-error-963-t3037545 ***"The game just oozes personality and humor through its characters and game world." -- Touch Arcade"The combination of adorable art, fun dialogue, bite-sized dungeons and a clear sense of progression makes Sproggiwood pretty danged difficult to put down." -- CNET"The adorable graphics and humorous writing bring every detail to life, from talking sheep to vampiric mushrooms." -- Gamezebo"If you're a fan of roguelikes, then this is a must buy. And if you're considering dipping your toe into that particular pond for the first time, this is a darn good place to start.” -- Pocket GamerBring civilization to Sproggiwood, a story-driven, turn-based roguelike set in a humorous world inspired by Finnish mythology. Grow your civilization and plunder procedural dungeons with six unique classes. Outsmart mischievous monsters who work together in unexpected ways. No two dungeon dives are alike.StoryYou’re a simple farmer from the peaceful island of Clog. One moment, you're tending your grove -- the next, you’re lured through a mysterious portal by a talking sheep. Now you’re the prisoner of Sproggi, a mischievous forest spirit who's built a whole village just for you. You have a simple job: tame the wild creatures that roam the forests of Sproggi's realm... Watch Sproggi's plans go awry when you discover a rival civilization on the rise to greatness. Will you choose to befriend these curious Mushroom people and stand together, or will you crush them and claim Sproggiwood for your own? Seize the day and civilize Sproggiwood now!GameplaySproggiwood distills the roguelike genre down to its core fun ingredients: inspired character classes, loads of interesting loot, and procedurally populated dungeons with monsters and traps that combine to produce totally unique tactical challenges. In Sproggiwood, adventure sessions are compact and chock-full of interesting choices for you to make. Each dungeon dive follows the heroic rise of one adventurer from your civilization. Journey through teeming forests, haunted swamps, teetering cliffs, and glacial mazes to uncover your civilization's whole story.Features*A wondrous and humorous setting inspired by Finnish mythology *Brain-churning tactical combat vs. an assortment of creative monsters and traps *Six fully unique, customizable classes: simple farmer, brave warrior, merry archer, cunning thief, brainy wizard, and creepy vampire *Procedural dungeons filled to the brim with scrolls, potions, swords, and staves *Town decoration mode with buildings, trees, roads, and villagersRequirements*Minimum 1GB of RAM (minimum 200mb application heap)Tested on*Nexus 5*Samsung Galaxy Tab S*Samsung Galaxy Tab 4*Samsung Galaxy S3*Samsung Galaxy S4*Samsung Galaxy S5*LG G3
1、"Well, yes, I know it. I reckon I'm the only person living in Four Winds now that can remember the schoolmaster's bride as she was when she come to the Island. She's been dead this thirty year, but she was one of them women you never forget."
3、"I didn't understand him, and then he explained--though I didn't understand THAT much better. He said he had a gift--or a curse. Them was his words, Mistress Blythe--a gift or a curse. He didn't know which it was. He said a great-great-grandmother of his had had it, and they burned her for a witch on account of it. He said queer spells--trances, I think was the name he give 'em--come over him now and again. Are there such things, Doctor?"For when we rage, advice is often seen