2、<p>Slay the Spire is a highly anticipated title on mobile. The indie darling has been heading to phones for what seems like an eternity but a good port takes time. Developer Anthony Giovannetti recently tweeted that we could expect some news within the next thirty days and true to his promise, we now know a little more.</p><p>It's not a solid release date just yet, more an announcement of an announcement, with a post on the game's Steam Community page stating the release date would likely be unveiled at the Guerrilla Collective Show on June 6th. It does, however, confirm that it will arrive for iOS devices this month.</p><p>Meanwhile, there was an update on the Android version of the game too. The team confirmed that they are still working on it however, it's not at a stage where they can speculate when it will be released. So sadly, Android users will have to wait a little longer for their card-based roguelike fix.</p><p>They've also shared some screenshots of how the game will look on iOS, which you can see in this article. Beyond that, they've also confirmed that the game will cost $9.99 and will be the same experience as on the PC, minus mods, of course.</p><p>Not too long for wait for Apple users then but for those on Android who are still looking for a Slay the Spire fix can always pick up the game on Switch or PC. If you'd rather wait for the mobile version though, we've created a list of games that draw some influence from Slay the Spire that you can try in the meantime.</p><p>Slay the Spire will be heading for the App Store at some stage this month and Android at a later date. Whenever it does happen to release it will be a premium title that costs $9.99.</p>Interested in more upcoming games? Here are some of the best that are currently in soft-launch francoiscourson-art.com<p>The upcoming RPG platformer Indivisible will be launching simultaneously on the Switch alongside the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions in 2018, Lab Zero announced today. <p>Absolutely thrilled to announce that #IndivisibleRPG will be released simultaneously on the #NintendoSwitch in 2018! https://t.co/CT2WsqyCbX— Lab Zero Games (@LabZeroGames) June 1, 2017 The Skullgirls developer originally ran an IndieGoGo campaign back in 2015 which was successfully funded and then some (a total of $2,064,549). Indivisible follows the story of Ajna, a good-natured tomboy with a bit of a rebellious streak, as a strange power awakens in her following the attack of her home.</p><p>Along the way, Ajna will be joined by a variety of different heroes and gain new abilities to navigate the environment and defeat the enemies in her way.</p><p>The fantastical world is inspired by various mythologies and cultures, especially surrounding southeast Asia, alongside a unique soundtrack and beautiful, hand-drawn animation.There's no specific date on Indivisible's release just yet, but we should be seeing it on the Switch in early 2018.</p>
3、AN ASS having heard some Grasshoppers chirping, was highly enchanted; and, desiring to possess the same charms of melody, demanded what sort of food they lived on to give them such beautiful voices. They replied, "The dew." The Ass resolved that he would live only upon dew, and in a short time died of hunger.<p>Another day, another game announces its Christmas-themed events. This time around its LINE Games' RPG Exos Heroes. Their festivities will include Christmas events, raids, free recruits and a brand new character.</p><p>First up, all players – new and old – will be able to celebrate the festive season with the free 77 Recruiting Event. Beyond that, there are presents and special Fatecores for Fated Heroes Rachel and Bathory who will sport Rudolph and Santa Claus outfits respectively.</p>
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2、A WOLF, passing by, saw some Shepherds in a hut eating a haunch of mutton for their dinner. Approaching them, he said, "What a clamor you would raise if I were to do as you are doing!"
3、"Oh, of course. There was never anybody about Four Winds could touch her for looks. Did you ever see her hair? It reaches to her feet when she lets it down. But I meant how did you like her?"<p>It looks like Sega's hugely popular match-three RPG Puyo Puyo Quest is coming to the west, but - like the first Puyo Puyo game - it has been given a complete makeover for audiences outside of Japan.</p><p>The game is now called Cranky Food Friends - a Delicious Drop & Match RPG. The Puyo slimes and anime heroes are gone, and in their place you'll find various items of food with cartoon faces.</p><p>There's a steak that wants to murder you. A bowl of cereal that has eyes for some reason. A sentient pasta octopus, with a screaming mouth on each meatball. It is truly terrifying.</p><p>As we said, this isn't the first time that SEGA deemed Puyo Puyo too outrageous for our narrow western sensibilities. The first PP game to make it out of Japan was rebranded as Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine.</p><p>No word on when Cranky Food Friends will actually be out, but it's currently available in soft launch in regions such as Canada. PP Quest apparently makes Sega around $4 million a month.</p>NeoGAF