The Stag, the Wolf, and the SheepBy which Gilbert understood that, no matter what came of it, there would be no I-told-you-so's. But he was not wholly comforted. Duty in the abstract is one thing; duty in the concrete is quite another, especially when the doer is confronted by a woman's stricken eyes.
Even there resolved my reason into tears;In thee hath neither sting, knot, nor confine,<p>Swiss solo game creator Christian Schnellman (Kind of Soccer, Lowboat) has a new game heading to PS Vita called Paneuropa.</p><p>And, get this: It's a split-screen game for one player.</p><p>Yes, that means you have to pay attention to two separate games at once on a single screen. Sounds tricky, and it looks even trickier if you watch the trailer below.</p><p>Apparently, the left side of the screen shows the game world from the top-down. While the right side shows it from the side.</p><p>The idea, then, is to pay attention to both worlds in order steer the vehicles around the obstacles that line their path.</p>
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<p>Thylacine Studios will be bringing its monster-taming RPG Siralim to PS Vita, PS4, and PS3. No details on when or how much it'll cost were given.Siralim was previously released on PC via Steam, as well as iOS (App Store) and Android (Google Play).</p><p>The idea is to defend and upgrade your castle and the kingdom surrounding it by hunting and taming monsters.</p><p>There are over 300 unique monsters to find in the game's world that each bring their own abilities into the turn-based battles. You an also create eggs to bring up monsters in captivity.
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<p>Infinity Kingdom is an upcoming strategy game with a lovely cartoonish aesthetic that's heading for both iOS and Android. It's set in a fantasy world where alchemists summon legendary 'Immortals' from across history to do battle. Today we can also exclusively reveal that it will fully launch for mobile this October.</p><p>The game has been extensively tested in open beta tests that have been held on Android and feedback has largely been positive. Apparently testers have enjoyed the aesthetic alongside the more casual approach to the strategy genre, so if you're looking for light tactics game, Infinity Kingdom might be worth keeping an eye on.</p>When winds breathe sweet, unruly though they be.
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