<p>Set within a fantastical universe where there never seems to be a shortage of colourful tasks to complete, Tiles & Tales is a free to play fantasy puzzler which has been recently released courtesy of European Games Group.</p><p>After choosing any one of Tiles & Tales’ four possible lead characters, it’ll be your job to fight enemy foes and enemies through matching coloured tiles and levelling up your hero. Simple screen swipes, taps, and flicks aim to provide an easy to pick up, hard to master gameplay loop, letting you gradually level up your hero and compete with friends through seamless Facebook connectivity.</p>
"From what you tell me I suppose she was married before she was old enough to know her own mind or heart, and found out too late that she had made a mistake. It's a common tragedy enough, Anne.Updated at 16:36pm on August 5th: Papers, Please has made a speedy return to the App Store and is available for purchase once again.<p>We reached out to developer Lucas Pope to find out what had happened and he reassured us that everything was going to be okay.</p><p>"Thankfully it's nothing sinister. The Apple developer contracts were updated and awaiting my acceptance. Papers, Please was automatically removed from sale and set to "Pending Contract".</p><p>"I'm traveling out of the country so it took me a bit longer to notice the problem and sort everything out. The app should be available for sale again now."</p><p>And he's right - it is [download].</p><p>Updated at 12:01pm on August 5th: Papers, Please creator Lucas Pope revealed on Twitter to one enquirer why the game is not currently on the App Store.</p><p>"Seems I need to sort out some updated dev member contract thing. Should be back soon," Pope said</p><p>We'll keep an eye out for its return.</p>Original story follows...<p>It seems that the superb document thriller Papers, Please has gone missing from the App Store.</p><p>We're not sure exactly when this happened but we know it was recently. Nor do we know why it has disappeared.</p><p>We have reached out to the game's creator Lucas Pope to find out why. But right now, don't uninstall the game from your iPhone or iPad as you seemingly won't be able to re-download it.</p><p>Hopefully the game hasn't gone missing forever. That'd be a big shame, especially as we gave it a Gold Award in our review.</p><p>We called it a "thoughtful, fresh, and surprisingly fun game of observation and resource management," adding that "Papers, Please is one of the most distinctive games on any platform."</p><p>As soon as we hear anything from Pope we'll update the article to let you know what's going on. </p>Playing the place which did no form receive,
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THE PIGEONS, terrified by the appearance of a Kite, called upon the Hawk to defend them. He at once consented. When they had admitted him into the cote, they found that he made more havoc and slew a larger number of them in one day than the Kite could pounce upon in a whole year.The Seller of Images
A STAG, roundly chased by the hounds and blinded by fear to the danger he was running into, took shelter in a farmyard and hid himself in a shed among the oxen. An Ox gave him this kindly warning: "O unhappy creature! why should you thus, of your own accord, incur destruction and trust yourself in the house of your enemy?' The Stag replied: "Only allow me, friend, to stay where I am, and I will undertake to find some favorable opportunity of effecting my escape." At the approach of the evening the herdsman came to feed his cattle, but did not see the Stag; and even the farm-bailiff with several laborers passed through the shed and failed to notice him. The Stag, congratulating himself on his safety, began to express his sincere thanks to the Oxen who had kindly helped him in the hour of need. One of them again answered him: "We indeed wish you well, but the danger is not over. There is one other yet to pass through the shed, who has as it were a hundred eyes, and until he has come and gone, your life is still in peril." At that moment the master himself entered, and having had to complain that his oxen had not been properly fed, he went up to their racks and cried out: "Why is there such a scarcity of fodder? There is not half enough straw for them to lie on. Those lazy fellows have not even swept the cobwebs away." While he thus examined everything in turn, he spied the tips of the antlers of the Stag peeping out of the straw. Then summoning his laborers, he ordered that the Stag should be seized and killed.What rounds, what bounds, what course, what stop he makes!"
<p>It's high-times for fans of the hit game Hempire, as LBC Studios introduces a seasonal twist to its weed-themed farming app with a Halloween update full of spine-tingling new features.</p><p>The ‘Hempy Halloweed’ expansion is packed with spooky content, including visual upgrades, new missions and special promos, all of which comes with a horror-style twist.</p><p>Seasonal items including the Haunted Bush and the Grim Smoker are back, so you can spook up the neighbourhood, and the add-on comes with 15 new filler quests from Uncle Danny.</p><p>If you head on over to the Offer Wall, you’ll find new special promos which pay out hundreds of diamonds, and that’s not all - there are cosmetic improvements too. To celebrate the Season of the Witch, icons, loading screens and in-game artwork are given a spooky makeover.</p><p>Developer LBC Studios has also taken the opportunity to refresh Hempire’s user interface so it doesn’t go to pot on newer devices. It’s now optimised for widescreen and notch displays.</p><p>If you’re yet to discover Hempire, it’s a cannabis industry simulation game which challenges you to become the Heisenberg of weed. You’ll sow seeds, bake goods, grow partnerships and rise up through the ranks of the canna-business.</p><p>The mobile game, along with its ‘Halloweed’ update, is available to download from Google Play, the App Store and Amazon for free.</p><p>Join the world's biggest weed game and community by following @HempireGame on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram.</p><p>With winter creeping up it was bound to happen sooner or later as Frozen Free Fall: Icy Shot hits the App Store.</p><p>The aim of the game is to shoot magic snowballs with Elsa's snowflake cannon in order to break the ice and get the highest score possible. Essentially it's a branded, dolled-up, and slightly chillier version of Peggle.</p><p>Frozen Free Fall: Icy Shot offers up 100+ levels to get through complete with pretty character animations standing at the side of your game, even if they do look a tad awkward at times. Unlocking boosters like the Colossal and Flaming Snowballs help you break the ice, and power-ups like Super Aim, Booster Blaster, and Sun Blast can help you rake in a lot of points.</p><p>Even if you’re not a huge fan of Frozen, the game is simple and nicely designed so it's worth checking out. Grab it here on the App Store or on Google Play now. The game itself is free-to-play with the option of IAPs.</p>
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