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"Well, I had another errand, too--I wanted to take Mr. Howard back yander a mess of trout. He likes one occasional, and it's all I can do for a kindness he did me once. I stayed all the afternoon and talked to him. He likes to talk to me, though he's a highly eddicated man and I'm only an ignorant old sailor, because he's one of the folks that's GOT to talk or they're miserable, and he finds listeners scarce around here. The Glen folks fight shy of him because they think he's an infidel. He ain't that far gone exactly--few men is, I reckon--but he's what you might call a heretic. Heretics are wicked, but they're mighty int'resting. It's jest that they've got sorter lost looking for God, being under the impression that He's hard to find--which He ain't never. Most of 'em blunder to Him after awhile, I guess. I don't think listening to Mr. Howard's arguments is likely to do me much harm. Mind you, I believe what I was brought up to believe. It saves a vast of bother--and back of it all, God is good. The trouble with Mr. Howard is that he's a leetle TOO clever. He thinks that he's bound to live up to his cleverness, and that it's smarter to thrash out some new way of getting to heaven than to go by the old track the common, ignorant folks is travelling. But he'll get there sometime all right, and then he'll laugh at himself."
"Oh, I wouldn't have minded its being heretical. I can stand wickedness, but I can't stand foolishness," said Miss Cornelia calmly, and with the air of having said the last thing there was to say about Natural Law.
<p>As I'm sure most of you know, Minecon 2016 was a riotous success last weekend as per usual and lots of exciting stuff came to light. One of which is the first look at Minecraft being played with Oculus Touch.</p><p>Admittedly the news itself that Minecraft is getting an Oculus Touch makeover is probably more exciting than the taster video, but that's to be expected. It's still early in its development and so far seems like it could be an impressive addition to the sandbox game.</p><p>I don't know about you, but I jump out of my skin when a sneaky creepy blows up right next to me. Experience that in VR? Find me a new pair of pants.</p><p>It's still uncertain as to whether Minecraft will absolutely work as a Touch VR game. It could be a great concept but work poorly in action - I guess we'll just have to wait, watch, and see.</p><p>You can check out roadtovr's article for a little more information and the demo video. Those who already have the Oculus edition of Minecraft won't have long to wait as the Touch Support releases on October 18th.</p>
A FROG once upon a time came forth from his home in the marsh and proclaimed to all the beasts that he was a learned physician, skilled in the use of drugs and able to heal all diseases. A Fox asked him, "How can you pretend to prescribe for others, when you are unable to heal your own lame gait and wrinkled skin?'Shadow Fight 2
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"Get down, Matey. The sofa is your place. I must put this paper away safe till I can find time to finish the story in it. It's called A Mad Love. 'Tisn't my favorite brand of fiction, but I'm reading it jest to see how long she can spin it out. It's at the sixty-second chapter now, and the wedding ain't any nearer than when it begun, far's I can see. When little Joe comes I have to read him pirate yarns. Ain't it strange how innocent little creatures like children like the blood-thirstiest stories?"<p>There's no shortage of JRPGs or even homages to classic JRPGs these days. But, even among all of those, Regalia - Of Men And Monarchs manages to stand out.</p><p>At the moment, it's on Kickstarter and has reached its base funding goal of $40,000. That'll bring it to PC.</p><p>However, stretch goals have been revealed, and a PS Vita and PS4 version will be possible if $60,000 in funding can be raised. There's still plenty of time to do that, too.</p><p>So let's have a look at Regalia, shall we?</p><p>For starters, on first impressions it has a similar hand-drawn look to The Banner Saga. This is mostly due to the isometric view and grid-based combat. It also takes a lot of influence from European myth and folklore.</p><p>Look a little deeper, though, and Regalia's differences become clear.</p><p>It has you playing as a prince called Kay who has his dreams of a fairy tale lifestyle dashed as he discovers the realm left to him is in tatters, and his family name in a huge debt.</p><p>Setting out from here, you have to guide Kay towards cleaning this grand mess up. Making matters worse is the fact that you only have two years on in-game time to do this.</p><p>Your progress as you wander the kingdom is assessed every three months. So if you're not doing good on taking on quests, restoring buildings, and getting involved in the politics of the land's factions then your game will end.</p><p>Another part of making progress is talking to villagers to unlock their "Social Links." These give you skill mods, store discounts, and other benefits. You just have to hold a good conversation.</p><p>There are also multi-part dungeons to explore. The game uses turn-based combat on grids with a party. And there are no healing potions or magic to help you out here.</p><p>Instead, the combat in Regalia demands that you shield your party as much as possible, especially as damage carries over between battles in the same dungeon.</p><p>All of that considered, Regalia seems like it'll be a tough and varied RPG experience. Consider backing it on Kickstarter to get it closer to that PS Vita port.</p>
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Though slackly braided in loose negligence.<p>Somehow it's almost the weekend again. I know, I say it every week like I'm surprised that time is a thing, but the days just seem to be moving faster now we're almost in summer.</p><p>Of course, with the weekend on the horizon that means only one thing - it's time to check out the new mobile releases. Animal Super Squad</p>Platform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £4.99/$4.99 or cheaper<p>This physics-based adventure game has you speeding through a wonderful world filled with dangers and... bananas. You can either take on the levels the game has to offer, have a whack at some community creations, or both.</p>Bardbarian PremiumPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £4.99/$4.99 or cheaper<p>Fashion a lute out of your old axe and save your town in the strangest of ways when it's under siege - by playing music. Play your axe-lute, generate notes, dodge incoming attacks, and prevent enemies from destroying the town gem.</p>BlokiPlatform: iOSPrice: 99p/99c<p>Though it's minimal in style and seems rather simple, Bloki is a mind-challenging spatial puzzler where you flip, rotate, and build you way to victory. It's also supposed to train your spatial intelligence, so may also make your think box more efficient.</p>Disney Heroes Battle ModePlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Encounter some very familiar faces in the colourful RPGas Disney and Pixar heroes come together to fight a dreadful virus. Make the best team, upgrade the best gear, and battle your socks off for the good of your friends and family.</p>G30Platform: iOSPrice: £4.99/$4.99<p>Through hand-crafted levels, G30 tells its story through a unique and beautiful take on the puzzle genre. Recollect the fragments of you past before a cognitive disease takes it away. Something tells me this might hit a few of us out there quite hard.</p>Homo MachinaPlatform: iOSPrice: £2.99/$2.99<p>If you're curious how the human body really works... I wouldn't use this as a guide. Homo Machina is a wonderfully bizarre puzzler inspired by the work of Fritz Kahn. Help the body function and keep your factory running ship shape.</p>Minesweeper GeniusPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £1.99/$1.99 or cheaper<p>Challenge your mind with this take on a classic. Give Aristotle a hand and help him sweep the room, remain his memories, and escape from the aliens experimenting on him.</p>Node AlongPlatform: iOSPrice: F2P<p>Avoid colourful obstacles as you move from node to node in this curious puzzler. Make it to the next node before time runs out or chill out with its zen mode if you're in no rush.</p>The Quest - Celtic QueenPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £2.99/$2.99 or cheaper<p>The latest expansion for The Quest is here at last. Made by Zarista Games, the story follows on now that Habren is Queen, however not everything is so peaceful. King Locrinus' brother, Kamber, challenges her for the throne and with an army at his back it's up to you to return the peace once again.</p>Rotten EscapePlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>You may be rotten to the core, but that doesn't mean you don't have a life worth living. Help Little Tom and his friends escape the supermarket bin by controlling characters and try to survive as long as possible.</p>Run or DiePlatform: iOS (also on Android)Price: 79p/99c<p>You may have heard of this one before, especially since we reviewed it when it came to Android last year, but Run or Die is a fast-paced endless runner that's really rather good. React quickly to obstacles, make snap decisions, and save Flow from the Lab if you can.</p>Space Frontier 2Platform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Following up to the ever-popular Space Frontier, you've not got 50 solar systems to conquer, hundreds of planets, 59 spaceship technologies, and more on the cards in this space adventure.</p>Super HydorahPlatform: iOSPrice: £6.99/$6.99<p>Embrace the teachings of a classic genre in this wonderful shoot 'em up and save the galaxy from the Meroptians. In its review we thought it was swell, saying it's "a brilliantly well put together old school shooter that's going to scratch all of your blowing-things-up itches".</p>World of Tennis: Roaring '20sPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>If you've ever thought "gee, I wish I could experience tennis in the 20s", now you can. Even if you've never thought about it before, you can still swipe, tap, and enjoy tactical, turn-based gameplay.</p>Zero/SumPlatform: iOSPrice: £1.99/$1.99<p>In what's an interesting mix of mathematics and B-Movie fun, Zero/Sum'll have you filling in the missing symbols of Professor Claire Liddy's cancer cure formula. Plus, once it's all over you've still got free new puzzles to dive into daily, just for funsies.</p>