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1、Not age, but sorrow, over me hath power.
3、Whose rarest havings made the blossoms dote;
4、<p>Cricket can be a somewhat dull affair at times, but SuperSike Games looks to be changing that with its fast-paced take on the sport, One More Run, released on Android today.</p><p>The focus is placed squarely on making runs in the final moments of a game, rather than hitting the ball itself. You just need to tap as fast as you can to run from one end to the other, and swipe to dive if you need to make that extra distance.</p><p>There's also 22 different team colours to unlock for your batsman to wear, so you can play as a cute, boxy representation of your favourite team if you so choose.</p><p>Some of the team played it at Pocket Gamer Connects in Bangalore and enjoyed it. And now you can try it yourself, as it's now available for free from the Google Play store.</p>
1、<p>Earlier today on their Twitter, Epic Games announced the start date for Season 6 of Fortnite.</p><p>The studio advised that we get in now to unlock those final few Battle Pass rewards, as Season 6 will be starting soon on September 27.</p><p>Thankfully we'll have a bit of help, with the added bonus of 400% Match XP all weekend, from now until 1pm UK time on September 24.</p><p><p>Season 6 is now dropping from the Battle Bus on September 27.Celebrate its arrival and unlock those final Battle Pass rewards with an additional 400% Match XP all weekend, from now until September 24 at 8 AM ET (1200 GMT). Glide into the party! ??— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) September 21, 2018 This is an especially exciting time for the mega-hit, with its popularity only increasing, and the Vice President of Epic Games teasing that a big event is incoming.</p><p>You can grab Fortnite on the App Store or on Switch if you haven't already. You could also try signing up for the Android beta if you're so inclined, but a full release still isn't available for the platform.</p>
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3、<p>Nintendo finally did it - after numerous rumours and patent filings, the company is bringing a new Labo kit that provides players with a simple VR headset.</p><p>Dubbed the Nintendo Labo: VR Kit, it looks a lot like Google's Cardboard headsets, since a) it's made out of cardboard and b) it has to be held in place by the user, rather than being strapped onto their face. Presumably so it's safer to use with children.</p><p>Included with the VR headset are the Toy-Con Blaster, Toy-Con Camera, Toy-Con Bird, Toy-Con Wind Pedal and Toy-Con Elephant, none of which have been properly detailed at this point. All we know is that they'll land on April 12th - we don't even have a price yet.</p><p>This kit comes in two flavours - either the full Labo VR Kit with the above Toy-Cons included, or a Starter Kit which comes with the goggles and Toy-Con Blaster. You can then pick up the rest of the Toy-Cons as expansion sets if you then enjoy your experience and want a bit more.</p><p>And coding fans can rejoice, as the Toy-Con Garage will also return, allowing you to mess with the included Toy-Cons and make your own VR experiences. That's probably worth the price of admission alone.</p><p>Now, on the face of it, this isn't hugely exciting to me. VR is a bit old-hat these days, and while Nintendo's Toy-Con additions to the goggles look like they'll add some extra dimensions of interactivity, it's doubtful that these experiences will provide anything particularly new or exciting.</p><p>That said, Nintendo does have a way of making relatively mundane activities a lot of fun with its cardboard peripherals. We absolutely loved the Vehicle Kit, and that was just a set of steering wheels and joysticks. Plus, coding your own VR experiences? Now that's pretty killer.</p><p>The Nintendo Labo: VR Kit hits stores on April 12th, and we'll have more info (like a price for starters) closer to the time. We'll also hopefully get our hands on it too, so keep your eyes peeled for all that and more in the coming month or so.</p>Nice gentle missile, wasn't it? So like a man! Course, the boy never got over it. But he's the only one I can recommend at all. He painted my house for me last spring. It looks real nice now, don't you think?"