1、<p>Idiocracy Games recently announced that their digital board game, Pirates War – The Dice King, has soft-launched in selected countries on both iOS and Android.</p><p>Pirates War is technically a digital board game but with elements of card collecting as well. You play as a carefully-chosen pirate captain and use strategy and sometimes sheer luck to get a ship and build yourself a crew worthy of yarr captaining. I'm sorry I couldn't resist.</p><p>Each of your scurvy crew provides you with different skills, attack, or defence stats to be used against foes on the board. You throw the dice, move your crew across the board, and you can start purchasing land like a weird game of pirate Monopoly twinned with a little Hearthstone when things get rough.</p><p>Pirates War is currently soft-launched in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines on iOS and Android. The developers have so far said they'll see how the game goes in these countries before bringing it further afield.</p><p>If you don't live in one of the selected countries but want to give the game a go on iOS check out our guide on how to do so.</p><p>Warning: Pine Entertainment is bringing out Century City on iOS next week. It will suck you in and refuse to let go.</p><p>Joking aside, this is an incremental game like Cookie Clicker and Bitcoin Billionaire. But it's all wrapped up as a town builder. It's an engrossing concoction.</p><p>Century City starts you with a bare town with no buildings. So you have to head into the gold mine and get tapping away to instruct your miner to dig up gold.</p><p>With that first spurt of money, you can buy a building, which itself will start making money for you.</p><p>Then you head back into the mine to get more gold. Perhaps next time you'll buy an upgrade for your miner or building so that they earn more gold per tap or per second, respectively.</p><p>You can see how it goes: this cycle repeats until you're making loads of money every second, buying more buildings and new upgrades constantly.</p><p>It helps that every button you push seems to pop, both visually and audibly. It makes the many interactions you perform every second that much more engrossing.</p><p>There are also mini-quests to beat, a casino to visit to gamble your money for bigger bucks, and lots of achievements to earn.</p><p>You can even visit a friend's town to earn other rewards, ask for their help in building your city, and more interactions that will arrive in future updates.</p><p>As said, it gets hard to put down once you get wrapped up in that fast-moving and satisfying loop. There's a lot to do, a lot to distract you, and you become eager to do it all.</p><p>Century City will be out on April 22nd on iOS. If you plan on playing it, make sure you free up some time, as it won't let go.</p>
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2、The Eagle and His Captor
3、Leslie came over to the house of dreams one frosty October night, when moonlit mists were hanging over the harbor and curling like silver ribbons along the seaward glens. She looked as if she repented coming when Gilbert answered her knock; but Anne flew past him, pounced on her, and drew her in.