Playing patient sports in unconstrained gyves!In thee hath neither sting, knot, nor confine,
<p>Hitcents’ highly anticipated Draw a Stickman: AR finally has an iOS release date of June 20th. This latest entry in the popular series offers up a hearty meal of exploration and creative puzzling. And, for the first time ever, your hand-drawn hero will be brought to life in the real world using impressive AR tech.</p><p>After drawing your very own hero, you’ll go an epic quest through the game’s five sizable story regions. At your disposal are a number of magical pencils that can be used to solve specific conundrums. All throughout, you’ll need to think creatively in order to traverse the world and solve its many challenges. It’s frequently funny and packed full of great “aha!” moments.</p><p>On top of that, you’ve also got the revolutionary new Creative Mode. This sandbox-like addition allows you to use items gathered in the story missions to create all-new levels limited only by your imagination.</p><p>This is all made possible by the smart ways in which Draw a Stickman: AR uses Apple’s latest ARKit technology. It all works through your iPhone or iPad’s camera, as you bring the game’s 3D-papercraft worlds to life on any flat floor, table, or surface – no need for elaborate play spaces with this one.</p><p>Draw a Stickman: AR is currently set for release on June 20th for iOS, so we thankfully don’t have too long to wait. In the meantime, you can check out the game’s official site for more info.</p>
"Exactly. I agree with you, dearie. We made a mistake when we called HIM. His face just looks like one of those long, narrow stones in the graveyard, doesn't it? `Sacred to the memory' ought to be written on his forehead. I shall never forget the first sermon he preached after he came. It was on the subject of everyone doing what they were best fitted for--a very good subject, of course; but such illustrations as he used! He said, `If you had a cow and an apple tree, and if you tied the apple tree in your stable and planted the cow in your orchard, with her legs up, how much milk would you get from the apple tree, or how many apples from the cow?' Did you ever hear the like in your born days, dearie? I was so thankful there were no Methodists there that day--they'd never have been done hooting over it. But what I dislike most in him is his habit of agreeing with everybody, no matter what is said. If you said to him, `You're a scoundrel,' he'd say, with that smooth smile of his, `Yes, that's so.' A minister should have more backbone. The long and the short of it is, I consider him a reverend jackass. But, of course, this is just between you and me. When there are Methodists in hearing I praise him to the skies. Some folks think his wife dresses too gay, but _I_ say when she has to live with a face like that she needs something to cheer her up. You'll never hear ME condemning a woman for her dress. I'm only too thankful when her husband isn't too mean and miserly to allow it. Not that I bother much with dress myself. Women just dress to please the men, and I'd never stoop to THAT. I have had a real placid, comfortable life, dearie, and it's just because I never cared a cent what the men thought."
Finding myself in honour so forbid,
To spend her living in eternal love.The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS