"How kind and thoughtful you are, Captain Jim. Nobody else-- not even Gilbert"--with a shake of her head at him--"remembered that I always long for mayflowers in spring."
1、"Oh, well," conceded Miss Cornelia, "if you weren't a Presbyterian it wouldn't matter much what you were. Speaking of heresy, reminds me, doctor--I've brought back that book you lent me--that Natural Law in the Spiritual World--I didn't read more'n a third of it. I can read sense, and I can read nonsense, but that book is neither the one nor the other."King Art's massive strategy battler Battle Worlds: Kronos has been released for iPad and Android tablets today.It's a cross-platform online turn-based game that was funded on Kickstarter last year. The idea is to bring back the type of tough and pure tactical strategy of Battle Isle and Advance Wars.If you've been following Kronos for a while, you've probably either seen it or already played in on PC. One thing to note with this tablet version is that it doesn't look much like the PC version.It has been stripped back visually in order to run well on tablets. And, on that note, you'll need at least an iPad 3 to run the game on iOS.While the visuals have been diluted, the heart of the game is no different. In fact, you can save matches on your tablet and transfer them to your PC, returning to where you were.
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3、Many games have aimed to offer a full, fleshed-out RPG experience on mobile, and while some have succeeded in this obviously ambitious endeavour, I think it's fair to say that too many remain hamstrung by overly simplistic design, a dearth of imagination, or monetisation woes.Developer Megaphemeral's Emergent Fates is the latest title to come along with this lofty goal, and it's said to be primarily inspired by classic Japanese RPGs. You can expect turn-based battles aplenty, extensive levelling and customisation systems, and a seemingly lengthy tale revolving around parallel universes and our heroes' battle against the forces of fate.
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3、Leslie's gift was not alone in the little house. Miss Cornelia had, for the time being, given up sewing for unwanted, unwelcome eighth babies, and fallen to sewing for a very much wanted first one, whose welcome would leave nothing to be desired. Philippa Blake and Diana Wright each sent a marvellous garment; and Mrs. Rachel Lynde sent several, in which good material and honest stitches took the place of embroidery and frills. Anne herself made many, desecrated by no touch of machinery, spending over them the happiest hours of the happy winter.