A CERTAIN poor widow had one solitary Sheep. At shearing time, wishing to take his fleece and to avoid expense, she sheared him herself, but used the shears so unskillfully that with the fleece she sheared the flesh. The Sheep, writhing with pain, said, "Why do you hurt me so, Mistress? What weight can my blood add to the wool? If you want my flesh, there is the butcher, who will kill me in an instant; but if you want my fleece and wool, there is the shearer, who will shear and not hurt me."
"No, Leslie is expecting him and has his supper ready. Besides, I want that strawberry pie for my own poor man. He won't be home till late, so leave the pie and a glass of milk out for him, Susan."
Android news<p>Remember Frogger? Crossy Road is just like that classic arcade game, except its creators call it a "froguelike".</p><p>There aren't many roguelike features in Crossy Road, admittedly. But you can see where studio Hipster Whale is coming from.</p><p>You tap to make your frog hop forward endlessly across busy roads and logs flowing down rivers. Each of these environments are randomly generated as you proceed, so that's one roguelike element to check off.</p><p>The other is permadeath which, well, is found in most arcade games, to be fair. Nevertheless, it'll have you cursing as you get splatted by a truck and just miss out on a new high score.</p><p>Your score is increased by hopping forward, but you can also pick up coins by swiping sideways to get to them.</p><p>My favourite feature of Crossy Road are the different character options. There are frogs, goats, zombies, unicorns, capybaras, dogs, and wizards.</p><p>The pigeon is probably the best one. It, er, drops little white pixels behind it on the ground, and makes a lot of rude sounds. Yes, it's a fart joke.</p><p>Crossy Road a fun little game; a worthy rehash of Frogger, I'd say. It should be coming to iOS by the end of September.</p><p>Hipster Whale hopes to bring it to as many other platforms as possible, too.</p><p>It'll be free to play but Hipster Whale says it will be "fair and ethical", stating that there will be "a max cap players can pay in real money."</p><p>You can keep an eye on Crossy Road's progress on its website.</p>"Who is attending to the light tonight, Captain Jim?" asked Doctor Dave.
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<p>Released in 2014, The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle is a funny quirky adventure game following the exploits of its titular explorer, and it's currently on sale for 99p / 99c, ahead of the expected July release of the game's next episode A Bleaker Predicklement.</p><p>Bertram Fiddle is the name of the game's explorer hero, who finds himself tangled up in a Victorian mystery involving the aptly named Geoff the Murderer. While the humor of the weird world doesn't alway land, our Bronze Award review praised the inventive puzzles and the "slightly surreal design of the world."</p><p>You can purchase Bertram Fiddle Episode 1 for 99p / 99c on iPad and iPhone.</p>
<p>There's a Destiny feeling to Space Pioneer. Not in the way the game looks, or even in the way you control it, but in the way it feels. It's thick with loops, and they twist around you in the most pleasant ways.</p><p>It's a single-stick shooter that sees you exploring the universe planet by planet, with a robot friend tagging along for the ride.</p><p>The levels are short and sharp, split into mission-based chunks that see you completing objectives. Most of these play out in the same way – you follow an arrow under your feet to a glowing circle. Stand in it for a bit, then move to the next.</p><p>More often than not standing in the circle unleashes a horde of monsters that want to destroy you. And they're going to do their utmost to ensure that you don't reach your goals.</p><p>The combat is chunky and engaging. There's a satisfying weight to the blasting that a lot of other shooters can't quite manage. And the auto-fire makes mowing down waves of slobbering beasts a cinch.</p><p>In one mission I have to take down a towering boss, calling in air strikes from an orbital space station as the giant wasp-ant-beast-thing stomps around menacingly.</p><p>Another sees me hacking a drone, following it as it moves around. I drop a turret to cover my back, then cackle as the gunfire rips my assailants to shreds.</p><p>There might not be that much pioneering to do here, but the short blasts of violence are perfectly suited to gaming on the go, and there's enough depth in the levelling up options that players looking for more bite are going to be pretty pleased as well.</p><p>There's a chance that Space Pioneer might get old pretty quickly, and only time will tell if it's got enough meat on its bones to stick around on your homescreen.</p><p>But right now I don't care. Right now I want to shotgun skittering ice beasts in the face until they're dead. Because that's just the sort of guy I am.</p>To th' orbed earth; sometimes they do extend
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