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2、<p>The Chinese Room's critically acclaimed narrative-driven game Dear Esther is now available for iOS devices.</p><p>Despite being a critical darling when it was released back in 2012 Dear Esther is often the source of ridicule from folks who don't' feel that it's really a game. Whatever you may think of it, Dear Esther is certainly an important game. It paved the way for more games of its ilk such as the excellent What Remains of Edith Finch. So it's great to see it make its way over to Apple devices.</p><p>If you've never had any dealings with Dear Esther it's a story-focused game where you explore the coastline of the mysterious Hebridean isle. Accompanying you on your journey is an unknown narrator who reads out parts of a letter that was written to the titular Esther.</p><p>As you explore the isle you may see various scribblings on cave walls and different parts of some machine scattered throughout the environment. You might also spy a spectral being off in the distance on occasion as well as you're left to interpret the events of the story.</p><p>It's also a visually spectacular looking game with incredible amounts of detail to be found in the environment. Given its age, it still holds up remarkably well and I'm intrigued to see how that translates to iPhones and iPads.</p><p>If you're pressed for time but are interested in what Dear Esther has to offer, fear not. It's not a particularly long game, you'll be able to see everything it has to offer in around an hour though you can expect the game to stick with you a fair bit longer than that.</p><p>Dear Esther is available now on the App Store. It's a premium game that costs $4.99/£4.99.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.Gun Fungus(Unlimited Money)<p>Team Meat announced a few months ago that its hardcore 2D platformer Super Meat Boy would be heading to PS Vita and PS4 later this year.</p><p>What the development pair didn't say was exactly when the game would arrive on PlayStation. Well, now we know.</p><p>The US PlayStation store has Super Meat Boy listed for arrival on PS Vita and PS4 on October 6th.</p><p>The UK store doesn't have it listed yet but, in all likeliness, it'll come out on Friday of the same week. So, October 9th, then.</p><p>It should be free to all PS Plus members. The pricing of the game isn't up yet so if you're not a PS Plus member, well, we don't know what you'll have to pay yet.
1、<p>Renegade Kid's platformer Mutant Mudds received quite a warm welcome when it debuted on 3DS and eventually found its way to mobile.</p><p>Renegade Kid wanted to capitalize on that with the announcement last year of its sequel: Mutant Mudds Super Challenge</p><p>Mutant Mudds Super Challenge was supposed to be released in 2015 but got delayed. It should now come out on March 17th for €9.99 / £8.99 and will also be cross-buy compatible with Wii-U.</p><p>The sequel will feature 40 new levels that should be tough as nails, hence the "Super Challenge" part of the title. This should be expected by fans of the title and its retro aesthetic is still lovely to look at:</p>"Well, I may as well begin at the beginning and tell you everything straight through, so you'll understand it. As I said, Leslie's father was Frank West. He was clever and shiftless--just like a man. Oh, he had heaps of brains--and much good they did him! He started to go to college, and he went for two years, and then his health broke down. The Wests were all inclined to be consumptive. So Frank came home and started farming. He married Rose Elliott from over harbor. Rose was reckoned the beauty of Four Winds--Leslie takes her looks from her mother, but she has ten times the spirit and go that Rose had, and a far better figure. Now you know, Anne, I always take the ground that us women ought to stand by each other. We've got enough to endure at the hands of the men, the Lord knows, so I hold we hadn't ought to clapper-claw one another, and it isn't often you'll find me running down another woman. But I never had much use for Rose Elliott. She was spoiled to begin with, believe ME, and she was nothing but a lazy, selfish, whining creature. Frank was no hand to work, so they were poor as Job's turkey. Poor! They lived on potatoes and point, believe ME. They had two children--Leslie and Kenneth. Leslie had her mother's looks and her father's brains, and something she didn't get from either of them. She took after her Grandmother West--a splendid old lady. She was the brightest, friendliest, merriest thing when she was a child, Anne. Everybody liked her. She was her father's favorite and she was awful fond of him. They were `chums,' as she used to say. She couldn't see any of his faults--and he WAS a taking sort of man in some ways.
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3、A FAMISHED WOLF was prowling about in the morning in search of food. As he passed the door of a cottage built in the forest, he heard a Mother say to her child, "Be quiet, or I will throw you out of the window, and the Wolf shall eat you." The Wolf sat all day waiting at the door. In the evening he heard the same woman fondling her child and saying: "You are quiet now, and if the Wolf should come, we will kill him." The Wolf, hearing these words, went home, gasping with cold and hunger. When he reached his den, Mistress Wolf inquired of him why he returned wearied and supperless, so contrary to his wont. He replied: "Why, forsooth! use I gave credence to the words of a woman!"