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A SHEPHERD, keeping watch over his sheep near the shore, saw the Sea very calm and smooth, and longed to make a voyage with a view to commerce. He sold all his flock, invested it in a cargo of dates, and set sail. But a very great tempest came on, and the ship being in danger of sinking, he threw all his merchandise overboard, and barely escaped with his life in the empty ship. Not long afterwards when someone passed by and observed the unruffled calm of the Sea, he interrupted him and said, "It is again in want of dates, and therefore looks quiet."
<p>Unleash your artistic side in Splashy Dots, a colorful new puzzle game out on iPad and iPhone.</p><p>Your goal is simple: connect a single line of paint between all dots and the exit. Themed stages such as countries add some interesting wrinkles through more dots and dot placement, but Splash Dots isn't trying to be a brain-twisting challenge. No time limits or move counters, smooth relaxing jazz, and multiple solutions lets you solve puzzles at your pace.</p><p>Thousands of canvases, of varying difficulty, promise a decent amount of causal and vibrant painterly puzzle solving; You can check out Splashy Dots for free on the App Store; an Android version is expected soon. In-app purchases let you remove ads and purchase hints.</p>
<p>Samsung is not having a good week…or couple of months as their latest smartphone is causing them, and us, more than a few headaches. However it looks like Oculus has made a tough call today as they've withdrawn Gear VR support for the Note7.</p><p>A message on Oculus' official website earlier stated: "Oculus is removing support for all Note7 devices on the Oculus platform. Until further notice, Note7 devices will not be compatible with the Gear VR." Clearly the fear which has probably run through our minds has finally hit the top dogs at Oculus. After all, a Note7 catching fire/exploding right next to someone's eyes is a mildly bigger deal than it catching fire in someone's pocket.</p><p>Some people will grumble but I don't blame them at all. Having gotten a Gear VR for the Note7, I'd be lying if I said I'd been using it frequently since this all kicked off in September. I rather like my eyeballs intact and working, thank you.</p><p>Of course, the likelihood of an incident like that happening is slim to none, but clearly Oculus thought the potential of such an incident was enough.</p>"To Laura, in memory of the olden time."
That maidens' eyes stuck over all his face.<p>Sometimes, doing too many things at once can be a hindrance.</p><p>However, when a game is able to pull this off, player's are left with some of the most satisfying and diverse experiences available.</p><p>Not only is this something that Dastan Games are trying to achieve through their game The Light Inside Us, but from what I saw at this year's Very Big Indie Pitch in Bangalore, it looks like they've succeeded.</p>
<p>PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' mobile version are still split in too: what's dubbed the "Lightspeed" version, being the more realistic and close to the PC/console experience and the "Timi" version (based on the name of the studios behind each), being slightly more arcade.</p>
When he most burned in heart-wished luxury,<p>Dotoyou Games' Incredible Mandy is an emotional adventure game that sees you exploring the vivid, fantastical memories of a brother and sister duo. You'll take on bosses and solve puzzles through eight varied and distinct levels, each offering their own puzzle types and challenges. After launching for Nintendo Switch late last year, the game is now making its way to iOS this Thursday, February 20th.</p><p>Your journey will see you traverse mountain peaks, deep canyons, and scenic shores as you attempt to collect your thoughts and discover the truth. Your memories have been scattered throughout the game's world and locked in hard-to-reach treasure chests, so you shouldn't expect progress to come easily.</p>