Super RocketBallFunction introduction
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"YOU thought she was stiff and cold, Anne, dearie, but I can tell you she thawed out wonderful for her. She must have taken to you real strong. I'm so glad. You may be able to help her a good deal. I was thankful when I heard that a young couple was coming to this house, for I hoped it would mean some friends for Leslie; especially if you belonged to the race that knows Joseph. You WILL be her friend, won't you, Anne, dearie?"
THE HARES harangued the assembly, and argued that all should be equal. The Lions made this reply: "Your words, O Hares! are good; but they lack both claws and teeth such as we have."
2018 brings hints and portents of new things for Snake Pass, the delightful puzzle platformer for Nintendo Switch. Sumo Digital shared a cryptic tweet today hinting at things to come for our slithery friend and his hummingbird companion:*yawn* We sssaid sssome things were happening in early 2018 - guess it's time to wake up from our hibernation.HELLO. ?????? pic.twitter.com/vUPi8mjq56— Snake Pass (@Snake_Pass) January 15, 2018 We liked the game a good deal, as did many others. Snake Pass is a fine attempt at an environmental puzzler, shifting our expectations of the genre and challenging players to figure out life as a snake rather than the usual puzzles you might come to expect from similar games.It’s exciting to ponder what could be next for this charming indie project. Is Snake Pass 2 in the works, or some other follow up to the franchise? Or will it be another game in the same vein, featuring another woodland creature?It’s all speculation at this point, but as the teaser points to early 2018, expect to hear more news soon. What do you, dear reader, think Sumo Digital is hinting at?Edmund McMillen is known for making a lot of quirky games. Some don't see the light of day and some are on hold on forever.First up, you might remember Mewgenics, a weird cat simulator that never got properly introduced. We now have confirmation that it's on hold and hasn't been worked on for the last two years. Sorry cat fanatics.Let's hope Super Meat Boy Forever doesn't follow the same fate.On top of that, McMillen announced a new game called The Legend of Bum-bo on The Binding of Isaac blog.We don't have much intel apart from the fact that Bum-bo is a character that appears in The Binding of Isaac and takes the shape of a head that eats coins to get bigger.McMillen describes the game as a "turn based puzzle RPG type thingy thats randomly generated" and some fans found that it could be a prequel to Isaac.Now, nothing is sure concerning a mobile port but it looks like something that would fit a mobile device. Still, the fact that The Binding of Isaac got rejected on iOS and the silence around it is not reassuring.It could also be an early April's fools joke.We'll see how this plays out.[Source]
A BOY bathing in a river was in danger of being drowned. He called out to a passing traveler for help, but instead of holding out a helping hand, the man stood by unconcernedly, and scolded the boy for his imprudence. "Oh, sir!" cried the youth, "pray help me now and scold me afterwards."THE HOME COMING
LESLIE COMES OVER
We know you've heard dregs of information regarding Fortnite's version 6.2 update and now it's finally here, hurrah! You've had plenty to chew on since Season 6 landed of course, so here's a bit more for funsies.
This competition is now closed! Thanks all who entered, and be sure to subscribe to the newsletter for future competitions!Hey folks, this week we relaunch our superb Pick Of The Week newsletter. Every Friday, we'll send a handpicked selection of the best mobile gaming stories, direct to your inbox. You'll never miss another important iOS, Android or Switch update! News, features, tips, guides, reviews - we'll ping the best over to you.All you have to do is sign up now. And guess what? As an incentive to try it out, we're going to be giving a prize to random people on our email list for the next couple of weeks.That's right. We have boxed copies of the awesome board game Abalone to give away. Three up for grabs this week! That's three people receiving a sweet tabletop strategy game from Asmodee.It's easy. Scroll down to the bottom of this page. See where it says "Sign Up to get Pocket Gamer in your inbox"? Please sign up! Give us a valid email address so we can contact you if you're randomly selected from the list. Be sure to check the Weekly Updates box. Hit Sign Me Up. And your name will be in the hat!Don't worry if you already previously joined - everybody's included, we'll pull three names from the total list when the new newsletter goes out. (Don't worry: if the fun stops and you don't want to receive the newsletter any more, simply unsubscribe from the emails using the link at the bottom of the emails we send you.)Terms and conditions apply, of course, did you think we'd forget those?First published in 1990, Abalone is a two-player strategy game designed by Michel Lalet and Laurent Lévi. You play with black and white marbles on a hexagonal board with the objective of pushing six of the opponent's balls off the edge. It's similar in set-up to Chinese Checkers but with important modifications. It's sold 10 million units and has won awards, including Game Of The Decade at the Cannes Games Festival. There are iOS and Android versions now, courtesy of Asmodee Digital.Your new Pick Of The Week email will hit your inbox weekly sharing 10 of the top stories from the mobile and handheld gaming world. We know you're going to find it a valuable resource of news about the best games.Sign up now and cross your fingers!
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When we first covered Birdie Crush around three weeks ago, the App Store listing said the game was expected to arrive today. However, it's going to release for iOS and Android a little later than that. But the wait won't be too long as it's now set to launch on February 3rd.In case you missed our initial announcement, Birdie Crush is a golf game that looks to blend the sport with cutesy anime-styled graphics. The golf gameplay itself leans more on the arcade side of the spectrum rather than aiming for realism, which you might have expected given the fantasy setting.