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1、A LION, unable from old age and infirmities to provide himself with food by force, resolved to do so by artifice. He returned to his den, and lying down there, pretended to be sick, taking care that his sickness should be publicly known. The beasts expressed their sorrow, and came one by one to his den, where the Lion devoured them. After many of the beasts had thus disappeared, the Fox discovered the trick and presenting himself to the Lion, stood on the outside of the cave, at a respectful distance, and asked him how he was. "I am very middling," replied the Lion, "but why do you stand without? Pray enter within to talk with me." "No, thank you," said the Fox. "I notice that there are many prints of feet entering your cave, but I see no trace of any returning."And down I laid to list the sad-tuned tale,
2、<p>Brothers Ryan and Chris Campbell are nearing the end of a year-long game dev competition and experiment.</p><p>In April 2014, the two siblings set aside the same budget of $25,000 and committed to making their own separate games.</p><p>They would get a year to make their games and then six months afterwards to market it.</p><p>The most profitable game will then be deemed the "winner."</p><p>As far as I'm concerned, they're both winners.</p><p>The games look gorgeous and even if they don't play or sell as well, the two still got to spend a year learning game development.</p><p>That's something most people don't get a chance to do.</p><p>While both games are still untitled, Chris' project is a turn-based strategy for mobile based on Final Fantasy Tactics and The Banner Saga.</p><p>Ryan's game is a real-time strategy iOS game set in medieval times, with elements of tower defense.</p><p>If you're wondering how the Campbells were able to take on this endeavor, the two previously co-founded a site that SurveyMonkey.com later acquired.</p><p>You can find out more about the competition on the Battle of Brothers website.</p>Vlinder Story:Dress up Games, Fashion Dolls(Mod)
3、The First Tree Mod The First Tree v1.0 mod Features:You can experience the full content of the game for free.The First Tree is a third-person exploration game centered around two parallel stories: a fox trying to find her missing family, and a son reconnecting with his estranged father in Alaska. Players take control of the fox on a poignant and beautiful journey that crescendos at the source of life, and perhaps result in an understanding of death. Along the way, players can uncover artifacts and stories from the son's life as he becomes intertwined in the fox's journey towards The First Tree.Features:• Not a "fox simulator," but an emotional, intimate story by a one-man team with an ending you won't soon forget.• Featuring a gorgeous, orchestral soundtrack by acclaimed artists like Message to Bears, Lowercase Noises, and Josh Kramer.• A short story-driven game (about 2 hours long) with some light puzzle solving, platforming, and no enemies.Please note: A fast, modern device with at least 2GB of RAM is required to enjoy The First Tree.
2、<p>Nintendo released its newest earnings report today, revealing that the Nintendo Switch has, quite easily, outsold the Wii U in its first 10 months of release. Since the Switch launched in March, 2017, the console has sold 14.86 million units, a cool million and some change more than the Wii U’s humble 13.56 million units.</p><p>The Switch has benefited a good deal from a strong collection of first-party games early on (Super Mario Odyssey has sold 9 million copies thus far) in its life-span, and the console’s convertible, portable format has been a huge surprise hit. The Wii U, on the other hand, suffered from confusing marketing that failed to really talk up the purpose of the device and a fairly lackluster offering of exclusive big games.</p><p>Demand for the Switch remains high due to limited supply, so it’s likely we’ll see people clamoring for one of the hybrid gadgets for months to come. The Switch is gradually catching up to the GameCube, which moved 21.74 million units, though the Switch is still quite a ways away from the Wii, which amassed huge success during its lifespan, selling 101.63 million units. That’ll be a hard number for the Switch to beat, but we’ll wait and see.</p><p>You can view the report, complete with handy infographics, here.</p>