2、'And long upon these terms I held my city,Cleaning Idle(No Ads)<p>iNK Stories has shared the first pre-release gameplay footage from its upcoming episodic action-adventure game 1979 Revolution.</p><p>This is due to putting the game up on Steam Greenlight where it also revealed the first episode titled "Black Friday" is due out in early autumn.</p><p>It's listed on its Facebook page for tablets, mobile, PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. In fact, you can see it being played on a tablet in this video.</p><p>We last covered 1979 Revolution back in 2013 when it was up on Kickstarter. It's based on actual events and real testimonies from the Islamic Revolution in Iran during the late 1970s.</p><p>You'll play as an aspiring photojournalist called Reza who has to make life and death decisions on the bloodied streets of Tehran while under martial law.</p>
3、You are Hope Mod You are Hope 184.108.40.206 Mod (Full version) Features:Full versionThis game is currently in Beta. Don't purchase, but join through https://forum.onehouronelife.app/t/sign-up-to-participate-in-our-open-beta/28/3---------------------------------------------------------------------------------This is an adaptation for touchscreen devices of the original desktop game by Jason Rohrer. If you have played the original, you will recognize Jason's cute and quirky graphics and sounds, as well as the wonderful premise: rebuilding civilization from scratch, together with other players and across countless generations.You are born either as a baby to one of the other players, or as a young woman if no suitable mother is found. Every minute of real time is one year in the game and your maximum age is 60 years. A single life is limited, but the things you make during your lifetime are left for your children and grandchildren once you are gone. Try to make life a little bit easier for those who come after you, so your family line will have a chance to prosper for generations to come.Sometimes you will spawn alone in the wilderness. You need to build a fire to stay warm and trap rabbits to get meat and furs for clothes. A sharp stone may be your best friend in the beginning. Try to find a good spot to settle and grow some food, because other players may soon arrive as your children, and will need to be taken care of until they are grown enough to help you.Sometimes you will be born in a sprawling city, with farmers, cooks, blacksmiths, shepherds and hunters. There will be clothes and equipment ready for you, prepared by players who may be your grandparents or distant relatives. Maybe you will gather some friends and set out to start a colony of your own, maybe you will inherit a farm job from your uncle, or maybe you will slay bears and wolves. The choices are endless, but remember: unless you leave the world better after you have lived than when you arrived, you have not really achieved anything.Every life you play will put you in contact with new players. Some are more experienced than you, some are less. Some will teach you and some will learn from you. Some may even be disruptive to the civilization you are building, and will need to be dealt with accordingly. It will be up to you and your fellow players to shape the world for a brief moment in time, before the following generations take over.After your game life is over, you can look at your family tree and see how your descendants are doing. Your performance will be judged on how many generations come after you and on how many of your younger relatives survive into adulthood.<p>
4、With twisted metal amorously empleached,<p>Epic Games aren't shy when it comes to experimentation in Fortnite. Interesting special events, like 50 v 50 and fighting against Thanos have been shaking things up now and again, and the brand new Fortnite event, High Stakes, is no different.</p>
2、Update on February 22nd at 16:51: After chatting with the developer, We can confirm that an Android version is indeed coming later this year.<p>We don't have a firm date yet but we'll let you know as soon as we have more on this.</p><p>Back in 2011, a little game called Dungeon Raid took my iDevice by storm. It was simple and its graphics left a lot to be desired but, as the saying goes, you shouldn't judge an app by it's icon.</p><p>It was a fun, addictive match-3 that successfully included RPG elements.</p><p>You had to be careful of your life points while leveling up your character and increasing both its offence and defence stats. It was quite a tough balance and you were eventually doomed to fail.</p><p>But you had to come back for one more game, hoping to get a higher score this time around.</p><p>Sadly, Fireflame Games didn't make a follow up or a new game after that.</p><p>Until now.</p><p>Released just today on the App Store, the mysterious I Keep Having This Dream seems to take the idea of Dungeon Raid and expanding its concept to a board-like world.</p><p>You'll have to use tiles to make your way out of your dreams. Returning from Dungeon Raid is the leveling system that is now composed of more than 25 perks.</p>The game's out now on the App Store for £1.49And if you haven't bought Dungeon Raid by now, It's on sale for the low price of £0.79 for the first time since 2012.<p>[Source]</p>"What about Job?" suggested Captain Jim.