1、"I don't mean to have very many," said Anne. "We just want those we love best to see us married. Gilbert's people, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan, and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison."
2、<p>Much like ROME: Total War, Civilization VI first launched successfully on iPad before expanding to smaller devices. Now, it's available on iPhone.</p><p>While you can play the first 60 turns for free, if you're thinking about picking up the full game you might want to do it sooner rather than later. Currently available for £22 (that's 60% off), its full price is up at £60 which is a bit of a ballsy figure, let's face it.</p><p>Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying mobile games aren't worth paying for. Just check out our recent debate about the cost of mobile gaming.Dragon Ball Legends
3、<p>The guys behind The Incident and last year's terrific Space Age have lifted the veil on their next game: a clever level-shifting platformer that currently has no name.</p><p>It's an auto-runner, so you can expect the hero (Frank, from the incident) to run all by himself. But unlike most games in this over-stuffed genre, he'll also jump automatically.</p><p>Your control over the game is to shift platforms and obstacles out of the way to give Frank a clear path to take.</p><p>"Your job is to make sure he can land his jumps, to guide him toward coins, to prevent him from disappearing off the end of the screen, and to help him to avoid hazards like spikes, endless pits, and probably a bunch of other things we haven’t thought of yet," says developer Matt Comi.</p><p>Development started in January and right now it's just called BB3 (as its Big Bucket's 3rd game) but it already looks pretty interesting. We'll keep you posted.</p>Evil tendencies are shown in early life.
3、<p>It's only a day to the weekend and one week until we can get our hands on God of War (shh, sorry, I know it's not mobile but I'm too excited) - that means it's time to check out what mobile offerings we've got to dive into.</p><p>We've got some awesome Android releases, some long-anticipated Gameloft titles, a neat infiltration game, some cool puzzlers, and much more. What's your favourite of the bunch? Let us know in those comments. iOS/AndroidAnomaly Warzone Earth</p>Platform: iOS (also on Android)Price: £3.99/$3.99<p>What happens when you mix strategy and action into a tower defence? Anomaly Warzone Earth happens, that's what. Lead a team of soldiers through the city streets of Baghdad, Tokyo, and more as you take out the enemy and save the world one city at a time.</p>Blocky FarmPlatform: Android (also on iOS)Price: F2P<p>Sew seeds, drive yer tractor, care for animals, play with pets, visit the townspeople, deliver the fruit of your labour, and overall have fun in this blocky farming sim.</p>Dead RivalsPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>This fast-paced action MMORPG has you facing off against zombies, mutants, and other humans alike as you fight for survival... in a fun way. Build your shelter, defend it from enemy factions, and try not to die.</p>Fishing StrikePlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Aspiring fisher-folk out there, you'll be chuffed to know Netmarble has finally released its tense and exciting fishing game. Hop into the action, cast your line, and start catching fish instantly. Who knows? Maybe you'll bag yourself a shark... and earn yourself a pair of brown trousers as you go.</p>FobiaPlatform: iOSPrice: £4.99/$4.99<p>"A little girl tries to escape from her fears overcoming various obstacles in her path", says the App Store description. This 2D platformer looks pretty simple but there could be a deeper story hidden between the pages - at least, you'd hope so given the asking price.</p>Friday the 13th - Killer PuzzlePlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Work through 100+ puzzles in Blue Wizard's next isometric adventure. Play as the infamous Jason Voorhees as he slashes and slays his way through scores of unwitting teens, camp counselors, and more across the world.</p>Golem RagePlatform: iOSPrice: £2.99/$2.99<p>It's you (a gigantic, wooden Golem) against the world as you charge through enemies and escape across the land. Swing your fists, pummel soldiers to oblivion, and be free, Golem. Be free.</p>Killing Time at LightspeedPlatform: iOSPrice: £2.99/$2.99<p>Experience what it's like to grow further and further apart from your loved ones in this clever text adventure. As the ship moves further from Earth your message delay grows larger and larger, and what feels like minutes could be years back home.</p>N.O.V.A. LegacyPlatform: iOS (also on Android)Price: F2P<p>iOS-users can finally get on board with the revamped retro FPS. Protect humanity by taking out alien invaders and discover the reason behind the mysterious attack in the first place.</p>OrbiaPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Time your jumps right and overcome all moving obstacles in a super simple one-touch manner. Pull off huge chain combos to get the biggest rewards and feel cool while you do it.</p>Original JourneyPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £2.99/$2.99 or cheaper<p>Travel to the deadly Planet Shadow in this monochromatic 2D shooter. Along with the Ato-Ma, study the magical energy and try to save your motherland.</p>Project HighrisePlatform: iPadPrice: £3.99/$3.99<p>Aspiring architects, your dream is about to come true as Project Highrise challenges you to build an enviable skyscraper. Design it however you want with whatever difficulty you fancy, and keep your tenants happy when all's said and done.</p>Tales of GaiaPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: F2P<p>Fight your way through a huge, magical world and take on countless foes big, bad bosses in this 3D open world MMORPG. whether you play as an elf, a titan, a human, or a dwarf, you've got to have your head in the game if you want to earn eternal glory.</p>Touchgrind BMX 2Platform: iOSPrice: F2P<p>After taking the core from Touchgrind BMX, this thrilling sequel is better in every way, improving on all of the basics of the original game and then some. Customise your own BMX, challenge your pals to matches, complete challenges, and more.</p>VandalsPlatform: iOS/AndroidPrice: £3.99/$3.99<p>This turn-based infiltration game will be a joy to your eyes and ears as you dodge the police to spray walls. That sounds like a easy ride, but don't trick yourself, kid. As the game goes on, it'll get harder and harder to access the ultimate areas.</p>Warhammer Quest 2Platform: Android (also on iOS)Price: £4.99/$4.99<p>Finally, this turn-based dungeon crawler is on Android. Fight giant spiders, horrendous beasts, and vile enemies in some of Warhammer's darkest corners of the world.</p>The Wolf's BitePlatform: iOSPrice: £1.99/$1.99<p>Dive into a rather familiar fairytale in this 1v1, choose-your-own-adventure game. Mr. Wolf has had enough with demolition and wants to open up a restaurant instead. The three petty pigs don't like the idea much, though, so go all in to sabotage the Wolf's efforts - but what side will you take?</p>Nintendo SwitchAsdivine HeartsPlatform: SwitchPrice: $12.99<p>Any long-term mobile gamers out there will know this name well as the popular RPG comes to Nintendo Switch. Take part in turn-based battles on your quest to save the world from imminent doom alongside your four companions and a chubby cat.</p>#BreakforcistPlatform: SwitchPrice: $9.99<p>Here's another title you'll know from mobile as you break bricks and save breakfast from evil. Go solo or team up with up to three other friends to clear waves, launch powerful attacks, and more.</p>The BunkerPlatform: SwitchPrice: $12.49<p>This one's a familiar psychological horror game with some fantastic minds behind it. Play as John, the last remaining survivor in a nuclear bunker, as he fights against his own mental deterioration to uncover the forgotten secrets of The Bunker.</p>Burly Men at SeaPlatform: SwitchPrice: $9.99<p>Yet another game making the switch (hah) from mobile to everyone's favourite portable console. Sail through the waters of early 20th century Scandinavia and experience different tales feature some wonderful imagery and folklore.</p>Don't Starve: Nintendo Switch EditionPlatform: SwitchPrice: $19.99<p>The Switch is pretty much the only platform Don't Starve wasn't on yet, and it sorely needed to be. This 2.5D survival game is perfect to play in short bursts or longer sessions, and there's much more trying to kill you than just starvation.</p>InferniumPlatform: SwitchPrice: $24.95<p>Here's another survival horror to sink your teeth into, but it's certainly not linear. You can't fight off the monsters, but you can't run from them either, so what's there to do? Figure out short cuts? Use your brain? Yeah, those things are a good start.</p>Regalia: Of Men and MonarchsPlatform: SwitchPrice: $24.99<p>Restore a fallen kingdom to its former glory in this tactical RPG and get some old-school JRPG vibes while doing it. Assemble your squad, manage your realms, make pals, and defeat your enemies in turn-based combat.</p>Super Daryl Deluxe Platform: SwitchPrice: $19.99<p>Head back to a totally normal high school in this RPGvania and save your teachers' and fellow students' lives while you're at it. Using brawler-style combat, you'll take on monster-filled classrooms and kill everything in sight that isn't human. Maybe you'll become the most popular kid in school, too.</p>Variety