1、To spend her living in eternal love.
2、SOME DOGS, finding the skin of a lion, began to tear it in pieces with their teeth. A Fox, seeing them, said, "If this lion were alive, you would soon find out that his claws were stronger than your teeth."Arcana Tactics.
1、<p>The Chinese Room's critically acclaimed narrative-driven game Dear Esther is now available for iOS devices.</p><p>Despite being a critical darling when it was released back in 2012 Dear Esther is often the source of ridicule from folks who don't' feel that it's really a game. Whatever you may think of it, Dear Esther is certainly an important game. It paved the way for more games of its ilk such as the excellent What Remains of Edith Finch. So it's great to see it make its way over to Apple devices.</p><p>If you've never had any dealings with Dear Esther it's a story-focused game where you explore the coastline of the mysterious Hebridean isle. Accompanying you on your journey is an unknown narrator who reads out parts of a letter that was written to the titular Esther.</p><p>As you explore the isle you may see various scribblings on cave walls and different parts of some machine scattered throughout the environment. You might also spy a spectral being off in the distance on occasion as well as you're left to interpret the events of the story.</p><p>It's also a visually spectacular looking game with incredible amounts of detail to be found in the environment. Given its age, it still holds up remarkably well and I'm intrigued to see how that translates to iPhones and iPads.</p><p>If you're pressed for time but are interested in what Dear Esther has to offer, fear not. It's not a particularly long game, you'll be able to see everything it has to offer in around an hour though you can expect the game to stick with you a fair bit longer than that.</p><p>Dear Esther is available now on the App Store. It's a premium game that costs $4.99/£4.99.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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3、Updated 11th August, 08:20 AM: After a bit of a hesitant start, Satellina Zero is now out. Having received Pocket Gamer's very respectable Bronze Award, check out the review of the game here. Android users will have to wait a little bit longer.<p>Download the game now free from iTunes for your iPhone and iPad.</p><p>Complementary to our article earlier this week on the Satellina sale, we recently received word that its successor Satellina Zero will be coming to mobile devices in the next couple of weeks.</p><p>Satellina Zero is a one-finger arcade game that sounds similar to its predecessor, but is actually supposed to be played completely differently. Instead of boasting of its longevity, developer Moon Kid has stated that it's meant to be played in short bursts – perfect for playing on public transportation then, I guess.</p><p>Just to confuse you a little bit more Satellina Zero is actual a 'prequel' of sorts to Satellina. Rather than continuing with Satellina's colourful and contrasting design, Satellina Zero takes an almost futuristic approach as its background is stark-black against lines of colourful 'code'.</p><p>The game is due to come out on August 10th (next Wednesday) on iOS, and August 17th on Android. We'll let you know the moment it drops on either platform.</p>