2、Touhou Madouroku(Mod Menu)"No. Somehow I have never remembered to ask about her. But I've never seen her anywhere, so I suppose she must have been a stranger. Oh, the sun has just vanished--and there's the light."
4、Till thus he 'gan besiege me: "Gentle maid,
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2、The broken bosoms that to me belongOverland combines turn-based tactics with a desolate journey across a ruined modern America.It's the next game from Canabalt creator Adam Saltsman and his team at Finji. It should be out for mobile and tablets in the summer of 2015.Speaking to Pocket Tactics, Saltsman said that the idea for Overland started with a question: "what if you took XCOM and made into something cozier?"The idea, then, is to create a tactical experience that even those who aren't into strategy games can enjoy. To do this, Overland relies on simplicity and visual feedback, rather than clusters of stats and spreadsheets."[I]n Overland there’s no HP — the people in your squad are either basically OK, almost dead, or dead. It's about having nice clean discrete states, and we've taken that across the whole design. A big touchstone for us is Sarah Northway's Rebuild."Saltsman also name drops 868-HACK's small grids as being an influence on the game's stylings - keeping it compact and easy-to-understand.In actuality, Overland shares the dioramic look of Hitman GO, as can be seen in its first screenshots. Each area is a small grid with a 3D slice of the bleak surroundings inside of it.As to the setting, Saltsman gave a brief overview but refused to go into the details of the story:"Something is wrong with the Earth. Something happened in the 1970s, something that is starting to create a feedback loop. There's no going back, so your quest isn't to save the world — the world is unsaveable and it has been for a while. You’re just trying to find a place in it."It seems that the journey will feature plenty of xeric ground, arches of rock, and loners gathered around barrel fires. Your mission is to get a group of survivors across it all.Look out for more details on Overland as they arrive on its website. We'll make sure to keep you updated too.
3、"Frank West began to go down after Kenneth's death. He wasn't strong and it was a shock to him, because he was real fond of the child, though, as I've said, Leslie was his favorite. He got mopy and melancholy, and couldn't or wouldn't work. And one day, when Leslie was fourteen years of age, he hanged himself--and in the parlor, too, mind you, Anne, right in the middle of the parlor from the lamp hook in the ceiling. Wasn't that like a man? It was the anniversary of his wedding day, too. Nice, tasty time to pick for it, wasn't it? And, of course, that poor Leslie had to be the one to find him. She went into the parlor that morning, singing, with some fresh flowers for the vases, and there she saw her father hanging from the ceiling, his face as black as a coal. It was something awful, believe ME!""I like to see folks cry that way," he remarked. "It's a compliment. But I can't do justice to the things I've seen or helped to do. I've 'em all jotted down in my life-book, but I haven't got the knack of writing them out properly. If I could hit on jest the right words and string 'em together proper on paper I could make a great book. It would beat A Mad Love holler, and I believe Joe'd like it as well as the pirate yarns. Yes, I've had some adventures in my time; and, do you know, Mistress Blythe, I still lust after 'em. Yes, old and useless as I be, there's an awful longing sweeps over me at times to sail out--out--out there--forever and ever."