Yummy Drop!（APK v3.1.6）
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2、A STAG asked a Sheep to lend him a measure of wheat, and said that the Wolf would be his surety. The Sheep, fearing some fraud was intended, excused herself, saying, "The Wolf is accustomed to seize what he wants and to run off; and you, too, can quickly outstrip me in your rapid flight. How then shall I be able to find you, when the day of payment comes?'King of glory(NO ADS)
4、A MULETEER set forth on a journey, driving before him an Ass and a Mule, both well laden. The Ass, as long as he traveled along the plain, carried his load with ease, but when he began to ascend the steep path of the mountain, felt his load to be more than he could bear. He entreated his companion to relieve him of a small portion, that he might carry home the rest; but the Mule paid no attention to the request. The Ass shortly afterwards fell down dead under his burden. Not knowing what else to do in so wild a region, the Muleteer placed upon the Mule the load carried by the Ass in addition to his own, and at the top of all placed the hide of the Ass, after he had skinned him. The Mule, groaning beneath his heavy burden, said to himself: "I am treated according to my deserts. If I had only been willing to assist the Ass a little in his need, I should not now be bearing, together with his burden, himself as well."Captain Jim had come up that afternoon to bring Anne a load of shells for her garden, and a little bunch of sweet-grass which he had found in a ramble over the sand dunes.
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- <p>It's that time of year again. Wallets will be emptied. Libraries will be updated. Productivity will be nuked. Regrets will be had.</p><p>The Steam summer sale is here, bringing us 10 days of cheap games, big bundles of discounted wares, and a weird meta game that we won't even pretend to understand.</p><p>We're all about helping you make smart decisions on Steam, though, so instead of just telling you to go the Steam front page and spend your money on everything you see, we're instead going to pick just five games most deserving of your cash.</p><p>Here's what's worth getting on Day 1:</p><p>Valkyria ChroniclesBy SEGA - buy on PC (£3.74)</p><p>It's part turn-based tactics game and part shooter, set in an alternate-history World War II that's fought by anime kids. It's weird but wonderfully engrossing and you'll get wrapped up in the story of your unique team of soldiers.</p><p>This is a truly enormous game, with a proper 40-hour long RPG story (complete with extra side quests, and all the character levelling and micro-management you'd expect), making it a right barg' at less than a fiver.</p><p>XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete PackBy Firaxis Games - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (£4.99)</p><p>I wouldn't worry much about goofy Cold War shooter The Bureau. Instead, stump for the XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Pack which gives you both the brilliant tactical alien blaster and its huge expansion, Enemy Within for £5.</p><p>The game's all about juggling your underground research base, sudden appearances of UFOs, international diplomacy, and on-the-ground firefights against alien butt heads.</p><p>Check out the massive slate of difficulty options for loads of reasons to replay the game. You'll still be playing this when XCOM 2 comes out.</p><p>Mirror's EdgeBy DICE - buy on PC (£2.19)</p><p>With a sequel getting shown off at E3 next week, there's no time like the present to sample this ambitious, and slightly brilliant first person parkour game.</p><p>It's set in a sparkly clean police state, and you play as Faith - a badass chick who delivers uncensored messages by hopping between rooftops and leapfrogging coppers.</p><p>It feels fantastic to get into the flow and tackle a whole bunch of obstacles in one, seamless, balletic move. Crank the visuals as high as they can go, and turn on those nifty physics effects too.</p><p>Papers, PleaseBy 3909 - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (£2.09)</p><p>If you've ever doubted the potential for a video game to tell an effecting story, check this game out.</p><p>You play as an admissions officer on the border of some fictional country, and have to check that all immigrants and travellers have the correct passports and visas and ID cards. It's paperwork, the video game.</p><p>But by giving you a family that's cold and hungry and sick, and giving you opportunities to take bribes and earn extra cash through illegitimate means, you'll learn first hand why some people will allow themselves to be corrupted.</p><p>FEZBy Polytron Corporation - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (£1.39)</p><p>And something a bit lighter for our final recommendation. This is a cute, charming, and intoxicatingly mysterious puzzle game about a little dude called Gomez whose magic red hat lets him see his flat world in all three dimensions.</p><p>This sets up some simple puzzles about spinning the world around in big chunky 90 degree increments to open hidden paths and create impossible pathways by faffing about with perspective,</p><p>But the real stars are those complicated bonus puzzles that have you decoding a foreign language, or a cryptic map, or a QR code. Some of these conundrums will have you stumped for weeks.</p>!
- <p>Swinging swords, powerful magic, and pixel-art monsters await in Ravenous Games' Tiny Rogue, currently discounted for the first time to the low price of £0.79 / $0.99.</p><p>Set in tight levels and moving at a turn-based pace, Tiny Rogue is almost as much a puzzle game as it is a roguelike, challenging you yo carefully outmaneuver enemies and use your magical pick-ups at the most opportune moments.</p>
Yet showed his visage by that cost more dear;<p>If you were waiting for the last episode before starting your playthrough of Telltale's latest adventure game, you'll be glad to know that you can now do just that.</p><p>The small spin-off The Walking Dead: Michonne just saw the release of its third and final chapter called "What We Deserve".</p><p>It's not the only release this year for Telltale as it's also planning to launch a Batman series and The Walking Dead Season 3.</p><p>If you haven't played The Walking Dead yet, you might want to stop reading now as we're about to discuss some new elements for the third season. Ready? Great!</p><p>Apparently, Season 3 will see the return of Clementine but it's not quite clear if she'll be the main character or not. On top of that, it seems like the series might jump to the timeline found in the comics which could potentially mean a ten year jump.</p><p>In any case, we're way too excited for it and can't wait to see what the consequences for those few last choices will be. Look for it later this year.</p>
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