像素冒险世界（MOD (Unlimited Money) v1.0.677）
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1、<p>Mackerel skies and mares' tails Make tall ships carry short sails."
2、<p>My hands pump in my peripheral vision as I gain tremendous speed across FOTONICA's first level, Brenta. It throws railroads at me is if I were a train.</p><p>I find out why when I hit a speed threshold and the black-and-white line art turns yellow. Suddenly, my head swells with endorphins, and I'm travelling close to 90mph on foot.</p><p>I forget to breathe for a few seconds.</p><p>FOTONICA is a first-person arcade platformer making its way over to iOS after winning folks over on PC (including me).</p><p>The changing contours of its abstract levels are as beautiful as ever on my iPad. I soon notice that as the tracks move into view they're significantly more alive with emergent details and animations than on PC.</p><p>Cliffs swell into view with a daunting presence. Spirals of squares create tunnels to run though. Small plinths pop up like daggers on the side of an industrial road. These are alien landscapes as seen through the severity of the New Aesthetic.</p><p>Then there's the engulfing darkness below where you never want to fall. But will, inevitably - this is a hard game to keep up with at times.</p><p>Despite all of this twisting architecture demanding your attention you don't have much time to concentrate on it. Instead, you're focusing on a single point in the middle of the screen as you travel at blistering speed.</p><p>Even though the single touch controls are flawless, it only takes a blink for you to mess up what could have been your best run yet. Intense is the right word for it.</p><p>I've fallen countless times already, my character letting out a agonized grunt as their hands reach out for the platform we missed. I've been playing with just my thumb on the screen to run, and letting go to jump into the air, over the huge chasms.</p>Re: life in a different world from scratch
3、<p>Minecraft developer Mojang has reduced the price of its collectible card game Scrolls ahead of its forthcoming release on tablets.</p><p>The Scrolls beta has been available on Windows and Mac since June 2013 for anyone who pays the £13 / $21 asking price.</p><p>That price has now been dropped to just $5 (£2.99) so that it suits the typical price range for tablet games.</p><p>"Our current price of $21 isn’t feasible for tablets," Mojang wrote on the Scrolls blog.</p><p>"As you probably already know, games are cheap on those things. Free-to-play would be an option, but we’re not keen on the way that that form of monetisation can affect gameplay."</p><p>Mojang's aim for Scrolls is to have an active cross-platform community playing competitively against each other.</p><p>It may have already released on PC and console a while ago, and on iOS earlier this year, but forma.8's still got some ground left to cover as it's coming to Nintendo Switch next week.</p><p>
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<p>Eve Online finally has its own iOS companion app in the shape of Eve Online Portal. It’s essentially designed to allow you to keep tabs on Eve even when you’re not Eve-ing.</p><p>You can send messages, check your profile, buy Plex and Aurum and do a bunch of other stuff that you might be interested in if you play Eve Online.</p><p>Plus there’s an activity feed that tells you what’s going on in the game, letting you stay abreast of developments in the world of Eve.</p><p>If that sounds like the sort of thing you’d like to have installed on your phone you can grab it from the App Store right now for nothing at all.</p>
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