- My Town HotelMOD (Full Game Unlocked) v1.2.1
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A CAT fell in love with a handsome young man, and entreated Venus to change her into the form of a woman. Venus consented to her request and transformed her into a beautiful damsel, so that the youth saw her and loved her, and took her home as his bride. While the two were reclining in their chamber, Venus wishing to discover if the Cat in her change of shape had also altered her habits of life, let down a mouse in the middle of the room. The Cat, quite forgetting her present condition, started up from the couch and pursued the mouse, wishing to eat it. Venus was much disappointed and again caused her to return to her former shape.Effects of terror and dear modesty,
Enswathed and sealed to curious secrecy.<p>A portable version of Valve's Steam Machines is a great idea. We said as much when we came across the SteamBoy last year even though we knew little about it.</p><p>Now, in the wake of Gamescom, we know quite a bit more about it as the SteamBoy's manufacturer's were at the show.</p><p>First up, the SteamBoy is now called the Smach Zero. It's not quite as catchy but whatever - the title of it isn't important.</p><p>We also know that it'll be available to pre-order from November 10th at $299. This is a special early bird price so it'll actually be more than that once launched.</p><p>If you do pre-order then you can expect your Smach Zero to arrive in the first quarter of 2016, apparently.</p><p>But what are you ordering? It's a good question. One thing we were after last year were the system specs. And now we can give you them. Here they are (courtesy of The Escapist):</p>AMD embedded G-Series SoC 'Steppe Eagle' with Jaguar-based CPU and GCN-based Radeon graphics4GB RAM32GB internal memory plus SD Card Slot, USB OTG5-inch Touch screen with 720p resolutionConfigurable tactile gamepadsHDMI video outputWi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity4G mobile network connectivity (PRO model only)SteamOS<p>In less technical terms, what the Smach Zero enables is for you to play Steam games on a handheld device.</p><p>That should mean you can walk around town playing PC games such as Half-Life 2, Civilization V, Dota 2, Tropico 5, BioShock Infinite, and Cities: Skylines.</p><p>And, as we noted last year, its controls layout is like a PS Vita's, so it should be fairly easy to handle.</p><p>That's all for now. But keep an eye on Smach Zero's website for updates and special price point offers.</p>HexusHallowed with sighs that burning lungs did raise;
<p>Hi everyone, my name is Clément Renaudin (also known as Killercow on the interweb) and I'm the new News Editor here on Pocket Gamer, starting today!</p><p>This will sound a bit "cliché" but I've been in love with the App Store and mobile devices from the start.</p><p>Right from the instant I got my first iPod Touch (can you believe that thing only had 128mb of ram and a 400 mhz processor?), I saw the potential of the platform.</p><p>It wasn't for the apps, of course (those weren't even available at the time), but the sheer tactile nature of the beast, and the ease of use of the platform. It was revolutionary for a handheld, "all in one" device.</p><p>From the moment the App Store was turned on, the sky became the limit and every day you had at least one new app or game to play with.</p><p>And most importantly, It became a platform where it didn't matter if you played games before, anyone could join in on the fun.</p><p>To my biggest surprise, this became a device that my dad could play with and finish games on. He was owning people on Angry Birds and clearing every level of Monument Valley in record time.</p><p>I guess it all seems like a given now, but reflecting upon it, the mobile ecosystem really grew a lot in a short amount of time.</p><p>It feels like an accelerated version of what the consoles and especially what the PC experienced (albeit at a much faster pace) and it became my new platform of choice for a lot of games and activities.</p><p>It may have its own problems to face ("Free-to-play is ruining everything!", "Premium games are dying!") but it's this breadth of games, genres, and business models that makes mobile gaming strong.</p><p>There's a new app for everyone every day. This, in of itself, makes it a groundbreaking achievement.</p><p>The inventiveness and ingenuity I see each day on mobile is the reason why I wanted to write about it.</p><p>Sadly those qualities alone aren't enough to succeed in a crowded market, Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store are in dire need of more discoverability options (let's not even mention tvOS here) so a good feed of news, that acts as a filter for all those new apps released daily, is needed.</p><p>And that's exactly what I look forward to bringing you here. Every bit of news I can find about new and unique apps and games that you (hopefully) won't have seen nor heard anywhere else.</p><p>I hope this year will be filled with great games for everyone, may you be a casual, hardcore, midcore gamer, or whatever you want to call yourself.</p>
"It's full of ghosts," said Anne, with a shiver. "That was why I came over--I wanted to clasp a human hand and hear a human voice.The Farmer and His Sons
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<p>A CARTER was driving a wagon along a country lane, when the wheels sank down deep into a rut. The rustic driver, stupefied and aghast, stood looking at the wagon, and did nothing but utter loud cries to Hercules to come and help him. Hercules, it is said, appeared and thus addressed him: "Put your shoulders to the wheels, my man. Goad on your bullocks, and never more pray to me for help, until you have done your best to help yourself, or depend upon it you will henceforth pray in vain."