<p>No, I'm being deadly serious here. Later today we should see Fire Emblem: Heroes' latest 'in-white' update roll out on iOS and Android. <p>Inkle Studios has just tweeted an image that all but confirms that the Gold Award-winning 80 Days will be coming to Android shortly.</p><p>The image seems to be a screenshot from the game that reads: "London, 1872. I have entered into the service of a new gentleman. It would seem..."</p><p>Judging by the icons around the edges of the screen this "new gentleman" is Android tablets and phones.</p><p>80 Days is a choose your own adventure book set in a steampunk 19th century that we called a "sharp, wonderfully written adventure".</p><p>You play as Phileas Fogg's manservant Passepartout as he attempts to race around the world in 80 days by any means of transport possible.</p><p>It's a wacky, unique adventure with a lot of character and exquisite writing.</p><p>The iOS version is available on the App Store [buy] right now for £2.99 / $4.99. So, presumably, the Android version will be sold at the same price.</p><p>We'll update you when we hear of a release date for the Android version of 80 Days.</p>
"It will be just like tearing something out of my life," she sobbed. "And oh, if I could hope that some nice folk would come here in our place--or even that it would be left vacant. That itself would be better than having it overrun with some horde who know nothing of the geography of dreamland, and nothing of the history that has given this house its soul and its identity. And if such a tribe come here the place will go to rack and ruin in no time--an old place goes down so quickly if it is not carefully attended to. They'll tear up my garden--and let the Lombardies get ragged--and the paling will come to look like a mouth with half the teeth missing--and the roof will leak--and the plaster fall--and they'll stuff pillows and rags in broken window panes--and everything will be out-at-elbows."
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<p>Lemme HUP! is an arcade title from indie developer Ken Torii that's available now for both iOS and Android. The game has been inspired by Mario Party's Hot Rope Jump mini-game and promises to provide a good amount of challenge despite its adorable exterior.</p><p>It's a very simple game in concept then. Initially, all you have to do is tap at the right time to jump over the various obstacles that are constantly orbiting around the dinosaur-like character Gyubo. Each level will require you to make a set amount of leaps to move onto the next.</p><p>However, as soon as Gyubo gets hit once you'll be sent right back to the start of the level and the stages are in a constant state of change to ensure you don't get into a rhythm and mindlessly tap your way to the end.</p><p>For instance, on the first level, you'll have to leap over a whisp type creature that initially starts off blue. However, as you progress further it will change colour, speed and the pattern that it rotates around Gybuo, meaning that you'll need to adjust to ensure you do not get hit.</p><p>It won't just get incrementally faster either, the game may throw a slow ball your way when you least expect it to be deliberate jarring. Beyond that, Lemme Hup! also attempts to distract you using various visual tricks. For example, flowers will pop out of the ground or signs will waggle in the wind in an attempt to throw you off.</p>
ACCORDING to an ancient legend, the first man was made by Jupiter, the first bull by Neptune, and the first house by Minerva. On the completion of their labors, a dispute arose as to which had made the most perfect work. They agreed to appoint Momus as judge, and to abide by his decision. Momus, however, being very envious of the handicraft of each, found fault with all. He first blamed the work of Neptune because he had not made the horns of the bull below his eyes, so he might better see where to strike. He then condemned the work of Jupiter, because he had not placed the heart of man on the outside, that everyone might read the thoughts of the evil disposed and take precautions against the intended mischief. And, lastly, he inveighed against Minerva because she had not contrived iron wheels in the foundation of her house, so its inhabitants might more easily remove if a neighbor proved unpleasant. Jupiter, indignant at such inveterate faultfinding, drove him from his office of judge, and expelled him from the mansions of Olympus.
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