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1、Updated 8th December, 12:11 PM: Right on schedule the mesmerising one-touch anti-grav racer Hovercrash is up and running on iOS.<p>Nab the game on the App Store now free-to-play.</p><p>Remember that hovercraft auto-runner Hovercrash I wrote about a couple of weeks back? Well, we've finally got a release date and it's the 8th December.</p><p>If you missed my previous post, Hovercrash is anti-grav racer with super simple one touch/one swipe controls. With controls as simple as that you've only got your poor reaction skills to blame if you crash and burn within the first few seconds.</p><p>This brightly-coloured bonanza still has me super excited to get my hands on it, but again we'll have to wait and see if it's all mouth and no trousers or whether it'll play out as good as it looks.</p><p>Hovercrash is set to drop on the App Store this Thursday the 8th December free-to-play. Though the game will be free-to-play with adverts there's a one-time purchase of £1.49 to banish the adverts for good.</p><p>Until then, enjoy a brand-new trailer.</p>
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3、In the game, you will start being in the role of Manager or coach, where you will get complete choice to select your favorite players of the sport in the real world like Ronaldo, Messi, and more. After selecting them and making your powerful squad, various training programs you will manage.You will perform the activities in the real world like training players, participating in the tournaments of every level, winning and getting rewarded, upgrading the players’ skills and types of equipment, and transforming the sport’s infrastructure like stadium, field, tools, etc. and many more other. Moreover, in the game, you will explore several activities to hold on to the sticky gameplay that gives you classic entertainment of the soccer world.
4、<p>After an incredibly successful run as a digital-only title, indie-platformer Shovel Knight is making the big leap to retail.</p><p>For handheld gamers, that means you'll be able pick up a real-life 3DS version on October 13th in North America and October 16th in Europe.</p><p>An MSRP of $19.99 has been suggested for the American release, but no price has been offered for the European release. Given usual price logic, it'll probably be £19.99.</p><p>There's also a bunch of home console versions, and a PC release exclusive to Europe. But a Vita announcement was curiously missing from the list.</p><p>When asked in the comments of the announcement, the devs simply said there are no plans for a retail Vita version "at the moment", but they'd love to make one eventually.</p><p>The boxed edition contains the game and all the extra content released so far, along with what is described as a "lavish instruction booklet".</p><p>There's also a bunch of new modes coming out for both digital and retail owners, with three more campaigns and a body-swap mode due out in the future.</p><p>Our reviewer gave Shovel Knight our Gold Award, saying it "stuffs a lot of great mechanics into its downloadable package."</p><p>So if you're not a fan of downloads or just like owning physical copies of games, keep an eye out for it when it launches in October.</p>"Oh, Miss Cornelia!"
1、"I don't know; but if Captain Jim keeps apparitions like that down at this Point I'm going to carry cold iron in my pocket when I come here. He wasn't a sailor, or one might pardon his eccentricity of appearance; he must belong to the over-harbor clans. Uncle Dave says they have several freaks over there."
2、<p>Brianna Wu - head of development at Revolution 60 studio Giant Spacekat - was forced to leave her home over the weekend after receiving death and rape threats on Twitter.</p><p>Her personal information - such as her and her husband's home address - were also posted online. You can read the threats here, but be warned they're super NSFW.</p><p>Wu is an outspoken critic of 'GamerGate' - a movement that is ostensibly about cleaning up standards in games journalism, but has shown itself to be a force of hate and abuse directed towards women in games.</p><p>The clique has previously targeted Depression Quest developer Zoe Quinn, and Feminist Frequency (and Tropes against Women in Video Games) creator Anita Sarkeesian. Both left their homes and contacted the authorities after receiving threats online.</p><p>While some in the GG community have accused Wu of making the event up, Kotaku has confirmed that the Arlington, Massachusetts police department took a report on the incident.</p><p>"The matter is now under investigation by our Criminal Investigation Bureau," said Captain Richard Flynn.</p><p>This hasn't fazed Wu who says "I AM NOT GOING ANYWHERE. I am going to keep making games. And I will keep speaking up for women in game development." But adds: "My biggest fear right now is that I'm going to be known for all this bullshit and not for developing awesome games."</p><p>This systematic abuse and harassment of women in games - not to mention hacking, doxxing, and threatening - is utterly unacceptable.</p><p>Video games are (and always have been) an open and inclusive space for all players, makers, writers, and critics. Everyone should feel safe to play and to contribute to the conversation and - yes - even criticise or call out its more toxic elements.</p><p>Ethics in games journalism absolutely deserve greater scrutiny. But until the conversation is decoupled from this heinous misogynist crap, I say let's slam that GamerGate shut.</p>Pocket Gamer welcomes comments on this issue, but we will not accept any attacks, abuse, or threats. You may also be laughed at for your backwards views.
3、Vibrant winds came and went with salt foam in their breath. The sea laughed and flashed and preened and allured, like a beautiful, coquettish woman. The herring schooled and the fishing village woke to life. The harbor was alive with white sails making for the channel. The ships began to sail outward and inward again.