So it fell out that Marilla and Mrs. Rachel Lynde and the twins came to Four Winds for Christmas. Marilla had the face of a woman who had circumnavigated the globe. She had never been sixty miles away from home before; and she had never eaten a Christmas dinner anywhere save at Green Gables.A SICK STAG lay down in a quiet corner of its pasture-ground. His companions came in great numbers to inquire after his health, and each one helped himself to a share of the food which had been placed for his use; so that he died, not from his sickness, but from the failure of the means of living.
1、A plaintful story from a sist'ring vale,
2、Arknights(JP)<p>Cygames is probably most well known (in the west, at least) for its addictive CCG, Shadowverse. Today we learnt that Japan's leading video game company has just signed a sponsorship deal with the legendary Italian football club Juventus.</p><p>
4、Updated 5th July, 2:46 PM - Today the developers got in contact with us regarding The Little Acre.<p>If you've read our review of the game, you may already know that it was having performance issues and suffered from a bit of a game-breaking bug in my experience of it (I have an iPad Air). As such I decided not to score it until I could get a fair whack at it.</p><p>As it turns out, however, The Little Acre's graphical requirements make it somewhat un-playable on older devices. In the team's investigation, they found that the game doesn't run entirely smoothly on devices with an A7 chip and so it's recommended that you read into the newly-added requirements before purchasing the title.</p><p>Here's a list of devices that may have difficulty:</p>iPhone 5s (2013)iPad Air Wi-Fi (2013)iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular (2013)iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi (2014)iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (2014)iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi (2013)iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (2013)<p>If you've got a more recent device, check out the game on the App Store now for £2.99/$2.99.A little bit of exciting and surprising news this week is that the PC point and click adventure game The Little Acre will be coming to iOS later this week.</p><p>If you're not familiar with it, The Little Acre is a magical little game set in 1950s Ireland which follows the story of Aidan and his daughter, Lily. After following a series of clues which could lead him to his missing father, Aidan accidentally gets transported to another world. Being the brave thing she is, Aidan's daughter, Lily, heads off after her dear ol' dad regardless of the dangers ahead.</p><p>This game is a lovingly crafted, hand-drawn, point and click which features two playable characters, a stunning score, and interesting perspective transitions between the two sides of the story. Having released on Steam last year, the game's received many positive reviews in its time and will no doubt feel right at home on touchscreen.</p><p>The Little Acre releases on iOS this Wednesday, June 21st, for £2.99/$2.99.</p>
1、If best were as it was, or best without."I have the Methodist minister's word for it--if you call THAT proof. Robert Baxter told me the same thing too, but I admit THAT isn't evidence. Robert Baxter isn't often known to tell the truth."
2、<p>iGP Manager's creation is quite uncommon. It was created by Jack Basford who tried to be a race car driver but couldn't due to financial setbacks.</p><p>Instead, he opted to create iGP Manager with a friend and it went on to be quite popular.</p><p>In iGP Manager you need to manage your own team of drivers and engineers and race against other players in real time. It also uses weather data to change the conditions of each race.</p><p>It was released in 2011 but has since received massive improvements. Lately, the game's engine has been rebuilt from the ground up to prepare for the mobile version, coming later this year on Android and iOS.</p><p>It can be quite an hardcore simulation and races can last from several minutes to a couple of hours. The game will also be cross-platform.</p><p>If you can't wait that long and need a game like iGP Manager right now, check out Motorsport Manager.</p><p>After the success of The Tale of Doris and the Dragon, episode one, we're excited to hear that the trailer for its second episode went live today, and what a trailer it is.</p><p>For those unfamiliar with the first episode, The Tale of Doris and the Dragon is about an elderly lady who finds herself in purgatory after passing away. On her quest to find her beloved Albert, who died years before her, she encounters many strange a wonderful creatures in this truly old-school adventure.</p><p>Granted I'd be hesitant to call it a trailer – more like a 56-second teaser as it gave absolutely nothing away - but that's charming in its own way. Fading from image to image of Doris' old life, it makes us wonder how far she'll get in her search this time.</p><p>"A long, long time ago when I had just turned 85, I died. As I lay there in the darkness I remember thinking to myself, 'You'll see him again soon'." Doris, sweetheart, I don't think our hearts can take much more.</p><p>Though the trailer says coming soon, Arrogant Pixel has stated on their Facebook page that they're hoping to get it out in early 2017. Sorry kids, a little longer to wait.</p>
3、<p>Ever Oasis is a brand new IP that Nintendo revealed on its E3 livestream yesterday.</p><p>Made by the team behind The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D (Grezzo), it lets you build your oasis while crafting, welcoming new villagers and going on dangerous quests in the wild and in various dungeons.</p>