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A SHEPHERD-BOY, who watched a flock of sheep near a village, brought out the villagers three or four times by crying out, "Wolf! Wolf!" and when his neighbors came to help him, laughed at them for their pains. The Wolf, however, did truly come at last. The Shepherd-boy, now really alarmed, shouted in an agony of terror: "Pray, do come and help me; the Wolf is killing the sheep"; but no one paid any heed to his cries, nor rendered any assistance. The Wolf, having no cause of fear, at his leisure lacerated or destroyed the whole flock.
Nothing ever seemed to put Captain Jim out or depress him in any way.
Are errors of the blood, none of the mind;
'That not a heart which in his level cameKingdom is a side-scrolling strategy game, where you play as a monarch riding throughout your titular kingdom and preparing it against an encroaching evil.Expanded from a 2013 flash game, your goal in Kingdom is to expand and survive. By collecting coins from your subjects, you can hire defenders, build new structures, clear the forests, and extend your domain. At night, dangerous creatures encroach on your land and your defenses must hold back these otherworldly enemies.Kingdom's pixel art landscape is brought to vivid life with dynamic shaders, weather, and parallax backgrounds; you'll ride through dense forests, across open plains, past ruins and eroded statues, and alongside wildlife.After originally appearing on Kickstarter last year, the game won the Nordic Game Program and has been in development since then. Kingdom is coming to both mobile and PC; you can follow its progress on Twitter and the game's TIGSource devlog.
'But ah, who ever shunned by precedent
What largeness thinks in Paradise was sawn.Construction sim lovers, be sure to perk up your ears because Construction Simulator 2 is coming to iOS and Android next week.
"It's what I used to call--and still call in quotation marks `kindred spirits.'"
To leave the batt'ry that you make 'gainst mine,
In either's aptness, as it best deceives,
Big Green Pillow and Noodlecake Studios' chop 'em up adventure game Slash Quest is available now for Apple Arcade. It follows the story of a sentient sword that's forever growing and embarks on a journey to finds its beloved queen, being joined along the way by a shepherd.The two protagonists names are Swordie and Shep, with the former convincing the shepherd to join them on their adventure. Swordie needs to be held by someone but that's really as far as their input goes as Big Green Pillow aims to make players feel like the sword is wielding the person.Shep has no useful skills to bring to the table other than a pair of functioning hands, so it'll be up to Swordie to take care of everything that stands in their way. Whether that's slicing down enemies, solving puzzles, unlocking doors or crossing perilous rivers.There are 12 levels to swing your way through alongside the same number of skills to unlock to enhance Swordie's prowess. There are also numerous side quests and challenges to beat that can be found scattered throughout the world with the rewards including cosmetic items that will allow players to customise the two heroes.Discussing the game, Big Green Pillow Creative Director and Founder Andre Rodrigues said: “Slash Quest's hero, Swordie, is simultaneously man’s best friend, a noble crusader, and a nifty kitchen utensil.”He added: “We think players will have a blast mastering all of Swordie’s ubiquitous, ever-surprising purposes.”Slash Quest is available now over on Apple Arcade, a subscription service that costs $4.99 per month. For more information on other games that are available in its extensive library, check out our dedicated hub page.Looking for other action-packed games to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad