1、Anne never forgot the loveliness of the view that broke upon them when they had driven over the hill behind the village. Her new home could not yet be seen; but before her lay Four Winds Harbor like a great, shining mirror of rose and silver. Far down, she saw its entrance between the bar of sand dunes on one side and a steep, high, grim, red sandstone cliff on the other. Beyond the bar the sea, calm and austere, dreamed in the afterlight. The little fishing village, nestled in the cove where the sand-dunes met the harbor shore, looked like a great opal in the haze. The sky over them was like a jewelled cup from which the dusk was pouring; the air was crisp with the compelling tang of the sea, and the whole landscape was infused with the subtleties of a sea evening. A few dim sails drifted along the darkening, fir-clad harbor shores. A bell was ringing from the tower of a little white church on the far side; mellowly and dreamily sweet, the chime floated across the water blent with the moan of the sea. The great revolving light on the cliff at the channel flashed warm and golden against the clear northern sky, a trembling, quivering star of good hope. Far out along the horizon was the crinkled gray ribbon of a passing steamer's smoke.
2、Nitrome's Bomb Chicken originally released on both Steam and Nintendo Switch back in 2018 where it was positively received for the most part. Now it has made its way over to mobile devices so naturally, we needed to find out if it's a good port or not. To find out we sent our App Army in to get creative with bombs.Here's what they said:Kevin JacksonSuch a fun game! Easy to learn and hard to put down. The concept is fun and reminds me of the side-scrollers I loved so much in my younger years, but with a nice puzzle-y twist. I heartily recommend this game!Roman ValerioBomb Chicken is one blast of a game. It's been quite a long time since I enjoyed a mobile game as much as this explosive retro platformer. Absolutely loved the mechanic of stacking bombs to get to higher places and pushing them to blow up hard-to-reach bad guys or obstacles. Although the touch controls are fairly responsive, quite often I fell victim to suicide bombing when all I wanted is to move aside instead of accidentally laying a bomb. With that being said, I reckon Bomb Chicken is best to be played using a gamepad.There is also a story here involving some secret blue sauce and a fast-food giant, which all things considered might very likely bear the name "Los Pollos Hermanos". The pixelated graphics, which is often a major turn-off for me, actually "spices up" the gameplay experience. To put it in an eggshell, the game might get chaotic at times, but it is definitely a lot of fun and might help you make your stay at home, less boring.Quincy JonesBombastic!!! I’m really enjoying this game. The art style and the puzzles are really fun and give just the right amount of challenge. It’s like bomber man with a chicken. The controls while simple did have a few issues when trying to move and caused me to die a few times but otherwise a fun game that has me coming back for more.Oksana RyanThis game was so much fun. It gave me a great strategy puzzler with easy controls, beautiful retro graphics and quirky sound effects. The actual platform concept wasn’t that out of the ordinary but the idea of laying bombs to defeat enemies, collect gems and climb objects was. I also liked the idea of being able to aim the bombs sideways.The more bombs you lay in one go the bigger the boom or the higher you climb, or both. The gameplay had its challenges as I moved forward through the levels which made for interesting playing. Plus, the chickens are really cute.From the very beginning, I was drawn into the game and it’s definitely one I can recommend.Jim LinfordOk, so this game is a platformer/puzzle game with some mild exploration. You play a Chicken who lays bombs (it’s in the title). Your job is to reach the end of the level and take out any baddies. Controls are simple but allow for a lot. You swipe left and right to move and tap to lay bombs which detonate about 2 seconds later. (You’re not immune to them) you can also lay a bomb then push it into enemies. You cannot jump only lay bombs.Want to reach a ledge? Lay some bombs. Puzzles are the simple hit a switch or time your movements to avoid obstacles. Graphics are fantastic, Nitrome are really nailing that look their games have. The animation is detailed with some great sprites. So far I’m liking this game a lot. The mild exploration part is finding the path to the hidden treasure. Each level has gems when you pick up enough and complete a level you get a chance to add to your characters life.Mark AbukoffThis is a fun and inventive platformer. Not too difficult (in the early stages anyway) but really lots of fun. Graphics are sharp and look good. Sound is fine, but I turned it off as I generally do unless it’s a necessary part of the gameplay. I like that there’s no jumping and trying to grab onto things... it’s just a matter of dropping bombs and using them to elevate yourself- and get away from the blast area quickly or you’ll be damaged. The controls are simple and problem-free on my iPhone. Overall a fun and different experience that I’ll keep going with. Platformer fans ought to be happy with it.Mine Survival(mod) MOD APKAnd be not of my holy vows afraid.
4、Get ready to battle supervillains and superheroes with the upcoming card came Marvel Battle Lines, coming for both Android and iOS.The game will feature real-time pvp turn-based battles, offering players the chance to fight in either single-player or PVP mode, with a variety of storylines to work through and characters to collect.So far the game seems set to include characters from all across the comics, with some designs based more on the movies, and some based more on the respective comics.It might be tough for the game to stand out from the slew of other card-based games already out there, but then, this is Marvel, so if the mechanics are done well it'll be hard to resist pitting superhero against superhero.There's not a ton of detail yet, beyond the fact that the game is slated to launch sometime this year. We'll update as we hear more about a potential release date.
2、Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost has now launched some exciting new events for long-time players to sink their teeth into. Tales of the Lost is of course the mobile game adaptation of the popular anime, and it sees you collecting fan-favourite characters, customising them with exclusive in-game outfits and sending them to do battle with the forces of evil.Bungo Stray Dogs revolves around a young adult named Atsushi Nakajima and his role in the Armed Detective Agency. It’s an action-packed, supernatural tale full of intrigue and memorable characters.The battles in Tales of the Lost are accessible and fast, making use of an ‘Ability Fling’ that sees you pulling back and releasing a touchscreen prompt to execute attacks. It mixes powerful abilities with flashy cut-in animations to great effect.Fans will already know that the ‘DRAGON HEAD’ event is based on the popular movie ‘Bungo Stray Dogs: DEAD APPLE’. For the duration of the event, SSR Shibusawa Tatsuhiko will be made available as a special reward.The big highlight here is arguably the new scenario written by Kafka Asagiri himself, creator of Bungo Stray Dogs. It follows the events leading up to the movie, and it tasks you with clearing limited-time event stages to earn event points and event items.The DEAD APPLE event also introduces Tsujimura Mizuki and Scout Nakahara Chuya, two all-new characters available for a limited time only. On top of all that, a Step-Up Scout that guarantees an SSR character in one of its steps is also now available to collect. These can then be used to acquire the Awakening Materials required to upgrade Tatsuhiko to UR rarity, which is currently the highest rarity in the game. This marks the first time a character available through event rewards has been upgradable to UR rarity.If you’re a big fan of the anime and haven’t yet tried it out, you’ll find Bungo Stray Dogs: Tales of the Lost available for download now over on both the App Store and Google Play.