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Lost Grimoires 3: The Forgotten Well Mod Lost Grimoires 3: The Forgotten Well Mod v2.2 (Full) Features:FullFANTASTIC HIDDEN OBJECT PUZZLE ADVENTURE GAME FROM THE CREATORS OF ENIGMATIS AND GRIM LEGENDS!King Raphael returns victorious from the expedition against the army of the mysterious Elf Sylvanheir. While king's subjects are preparing for his triumphant arrival, his sister - startled by his strange letters from during the war - suspects that Raphael has been cursed and that a real war is about to begin.TRY IT FREE, THEN UNLOCK THE FULL ADVENTURE FROM WITHIN THE GAME!The war between the Kingdom of Phoenix and the possesed army of elves and their leader Sylvanheir is coming to an end. When the subjects await the arrival of their king, his sister - the alchemist - is full of bad feelings. Strange letters, sent by her broher in the last weeks of war expedition and horrible nightmares lead her to believe that something wrong is going on with the king. She suspects that it is somehow connected with the dwellers of the Tangled Forest, who conjured people of the kingdom of elves. Is the protagonist right about all this? What inglorious secrets are hidden beneath the legendary past? Will the Alchemist unravel the complicated plot, make up for the Kingdom's sins from the past and save her brother?• Travel through 26 hand painted locations!• Use alchemy to lead your investigation!• Solve 26 minigames and ho scenes!• Traverse the Kingdom on horseback and a raft!• Learn the long hidden secret of people and elves!+++ WE ARE HERE +++WWW: http://artifexmundi.comFACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/artifexmundiTWITTER: http://twitter.com/ArtifexMundiFORUM: http://forum.artifexmundi.comYOUTUBE: http://youtube.com/user/ArtifexMundiPINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/artifexmundiINSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/artifexmundi<p>People of Britain, it's exciting news this morning as the Nintendo Switch Neon version is currently back in stock, though in limited numbers. Apologies to our American readers, though I've checked the stock levels of major stores there's no surge for you yet - I'll keep an eye out.</p><p>If you're desperate for a Switch, the immediate port of call is at Amazon.co.uk, which currently offers up the Switch (Neon) at its usual price. As it's a Prime item, and if you're a Prime customer, you can get your Switch as early as tomorrow. I highly doubt these will last for long.</p><p>The other two shops you can get the devices from are Tesco and Argos, both of which currently offer delivery from select branches, or you're probably best to check your local branch. Again, these are going for the usual £279.99.</p><p>As a side note, it's definitely worth checking in your local stores in case there's some stock just available. After walking into my local Sainsburys about a week ago, there were four Switch consoles just sitting on the shelf - three Grey, one Neon. So, you never know what might be just around the corner.</p>Captain Jim grinned.
"Well, no, he ain't a pessimist exactly, Cornelia. He only jest never finds anything that suits him."
The Eagle, the Cat, and the Wild Sow"That child always idolised you," remarked Mrs. Rachel.<p>Samsung has revealed at MWC 2015 that its next generation of smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, will be available on April 10th.</p><p>No price points have been announced for either yet. However, Samsung has noted that the S6 Edge will be sold at a higher price.</p><p>The S6 is the standard model, while the S6 Edge boasts a curved screen on both sides of the phone.</p><p>Both models are made out of metal and glass. The plastics of the S5 are gone.</p><p>For those of you into your tech, they run on an octacore Samsung Exynos processor, 3GB of RAM, have 5.1-inch QHD Super AMOLED displays.</p><p>They come with either 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB of internal storage.</p><p>(Image via TechRadar)</p><p>Fancier bits include 16-megapixel cameras with optical image stabilization, a fingerprint sensor in the home button, an infrared heart-rate monitor.</p><p>It's also said to have USB charging that's 1.5 times faster than what the S5 managed. Plus, it supports Qi and PMA wireless charging.</p><p>As you'd expect, it also has integrated support for Samsung Pay.</p>The Verge
AN ARAB CAMEL-DRIVER, after completing the loading of his Camel, asked him which he would like best, to go up hill or down. The poor beast replied, not without a touch of reason: "Why do you ask me? Is it that the level way through the desert is closed?"Minsk Subway Simulator(MOD)"Anne was always romantic, you know," said Marilla apologetically.
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<p>It takes quite a lot to make me go "oooh" at a zombie-focused FPS on mobile, but Dead Effect 2 just about managed it at the Very Big Indie Pitch in Helsinki yesterday.</p><p>So much so, in fact, that I wasn't surprised to see it in the top five come the end of play.</p><p>It's a sequel to the Bronze Award-winning space-based corridor shooter that hit iOS and Android a couple of years ago, and it looks to up the ante in as many ways as possible.</p><p>You're not just blasting mutated horrors this time round – there are human enemies to take down as well, and during the pitch we're promised a whole swathe of different creatures and assailants to shoot full of space lead.</p><p>There are a number of devices handed around the judges, and the game definitely works best on the clam shell Nvidia Shield I get to play on. It feels slick, and it looks absolutely stunning.</p>Big discontents so breaking their contents.
Updated 21st October, 10:29 AM: It's an exciting day for Plug in Digital as SwapTales: Leon! has finally launched on iOS.<p>Grab the game on the App Store here for £3.99/$4.99 and make some crazy stories.</p><p>If there's one thing severely lacking on the mobile app market at the moment, it's a good selection of child-friendly (and interactive) storybooks. SwapTales: Leon! by Witty Wings is a game we never knew we needed, and it's currently in beta.</p><p>Leon is a mischievous little so-and-so who sneaks out (with your help) and has a wild, night-time adventure. The target age group is six years-old and up, but having played the game before with another 20-something year-old colleague, I can tell you now it's actually quite challenging. You can't just pawn it off on your kids to sort out themselves, they'll need a little help...and secretly, you'll likely love it.</p><p>The factor that makes this game unique is its madlib design, letting you swap certain words in the sentence to alter the course of the story and change the pictures. With 30 endings, one 'true' ending, and hundreds of pages of hand-painted art there's plenty to work through in this unique gamebook.</p><p>SwapTales: Leon! is slated to release on October 20th and will be a premium title. Until then, if you've got an iPad feel free to check out their forum page or sign up to their closed beta.</p>