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Time:2022-10-04

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    A FROG once upon a time came forth from his home in the marsh and proclaimed to all the beasts that he was a learned physician, skilled in the use of drugs and able to heal all diseases. A Fox asked him, "How can you pretend to prescribe for others, when you are unable to heal your own lame gait and wrinkled skin?'<p>Spoiks is one of those games that seems impossible to guess its gameplay at a glance, but its color abstract style hides an unique strategic roguelike slated for Android and other platforms.</p><p>Spoiks' stages are divided into quadrants, each divided into four more sections. As you travel between quadrants, you level up, pick up abilities, collect jewels, and face dangerous enemies that fill in the tiles you've visited.</p><p>While the tile you land on is random, there is a layer of predictable strategy to Spoiks, through special tiles and items. Mirror tiles transport you to the corresponding space in a different quadrant. Swords and shields increase your chance of a critical attack and buff your defense state, respectively.</p><p>Ray guns, plasma shields, torches, and other items round out your arsenal and allow for a more tactical approach.</p><p>Spoiks is expected to release on Android and PC, as well as a potential iOS version. You can follow the game's development on its TIGSource devlog and play an early browser build here.</p>&#;

    &#;<p>It's been a little while since we talked about the heavily-awaited Death Road to Canada, but it looks like we may getting it around January.</p><p>Death Road to Canada is a permadeath road trip simulator in which you, and a car full of jerks, have to travel across country collecting supplies, survivors, and attempting not to die. Swarming through the cities, across highways, and countrysides, zombies are trying their best to rip you limb-from-limb and eat you.</p><p>According to the game's forum page we could be looking at a January release. "Yeah we're shooting for January because the App Store is pretty much closed to us for new releases until the holidays are over." Fingers crossed there won't be a further delay, but perfection takes time.</p><p>Later on in the forums, the RocketCat Games rep said that though they haven't settled on a price yet, Death Road to Canada will be between $6.99-$9.99 (£4.99-£7.99). Given its £10.99 PC price tag that sounds about right.</p>ONCE UPON A TIME a Wolf resolved to disguise his appearance in order to secure food more easily. Encased in the skin of a sheep, he pastured with the flock deceiving the shepherd by his costume. In the evening he was shut up by the shepherd in the fold; the gate was closed, and the entrance made thoroughly secure. But the shepherd, returning to the fold during the night to obtain meat for the next day, mistakenly caught up the Wolf instead of a sheep, and killed him instantly.

    "I'm going for a walk to the outside shore tonight," Anne told Gog and Magog one October evening. There was no one else to tell, for Gilbert had gone over the harbor. Anne had her little domain in the speckless order one would expect of anyone brought up by Marilla Cuthbert, and felt that she could gad shoreward with a clear conscience. Many and delightful had been her shore rambles, sometimes with Gilbert, sometimes with Captain Jim, sometimes alone with her own thoughts and new, poignantly-sweet dreams that were beginning to span life with their rainbows. She loved the gentle, misty harbor shore and the silvery, wind-haunted sand shore, but best of all she loved the rock shore, with its cliffs and caves and piles of surf-worn boulders, and its coves where the pebbles glittered under the pools; and it was to this shore she hied herself tonight.Android news�&#;

    <p>Developer Athena's Pixel Art: Color Island is a relaxing game all about colouring and building stunning pixel art islands. It aims to help reduce stress and anxiety, as well as boost your focus, memory, and intuition. No easy feat, that's for sure, but Color Island's mix of simple, stress-free gameplay and pretty visuals might just do the trick.</p><p>You'll work to earn stars and happiness points which in turn unlock new islands for you to explore and colour. Once you've completed your artwork, the island you're currently on will expand in new and interesting ways. To keep things fresh, you can find and use power-ups to help you complete any given object quicker by connecting its pixels with the same number.</p><p>The game boasts artworks from an eclectic mix of talented artists. There are tons to pick and choose from, and they've all been specially designed for Color Island. You'll basically never run out of neat objects to colour, with each new island offering its own distinct theme.</p><p>You can play the game entirely offline if you so wish, and its intuitive design and warm presentation make it ideal for brief play sessions.</p><p>It's also perfect for those who like to relax when on the go or unwind at the end of a long day. If you're on the lookout for a polished and extensive colouring game, you'll find Pixel Art: Color Island available for download now from both the App Store and Google Play.</p>Updated May 11th, 10:32 AM: Get for finest brushes ready as SumiKen hits out on iOS.<p>Hone your reflexes and ultimate Samurai skills in a stunning, monochromatic, Japanese landscape.</p><p>Grab SumiKen on the App Store now for £1.99/$1.99.</p><p>It feels like forever since I last had news of SumiKen for you, but it's all good today. Looks like the game will finally be hitting iOS next week.</p><p>Religious love put out religion's eye.

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    �<p>The particle accelerator in the Gold Award-winning rotational runner Boson X has churned up a new batch of content.</p><p>In simpler terms: the game has been updated with six new levels.</p><p>It also has a new playable character in Keiro, the robotic lab assistant. Nothing special about Keiro - no extra moves or robotic strength. It's just a robot that runs and jumps. Capiche?</p><p>Oh, and the game also has native support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus now.</p><p>If you haven't bought it yet, you can purchase Boson X on the App Store [buy] for £1.99 / $2.99. But should you?</p><p>Well, my pretties, we did say that it's a "spectacular kick in the teeth of the endless-runner genre," adding that Boson X "is a brilliant, twitching wonder."</p><p>(By the by, Boson X is also on Android [buy] but it doesn't seem to have been updated yet.)</p>'In him a plenitude of subtle matter,

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