"Not that I knows on. Dunno's she ever saw any sweet-grass. No, it's because it has a kind of motherly perfume--not too young, you understand--something kind of seasoned and wholesome and dependable--jest like a mother. The schoolmaster's bride always kept it among her handkerchiefs. You might put that little bunch among yours, Mistress Blythe. I don't like these boughten scents-- but a whiff of sweet-grass belongs anywhere a lady does."<p>Prettygreat has enjoyed quite a lot of success with Land Sliders and Slide the Shakes, both critically and commercially. Thanks to their attention to details and unique mechanics, both games are examples of quick, fun-filled sessions of mobile gaming.</p><p>In time for Easter, they've both been updated with a lot of new content.</p><p>In Slide the Shakes you'll find 25 new levels and five new shakes. If you complete a series of levels without failing once, you can also now get a perfect star, making it an enjoyable (or infuriating) experience for perfectionists.</p><p>For Land Sliders, you'll have three new characters to play with, Easter eggs in every levels to find and some brand new levels and quests have also been added.</p><p>Both updates are out now.</p>
<p>Normally we cover less traditional board games on TableTap. But sometimes we like to make sure you know about what's going on in the world of digital board games that might be a little more familiar.</p><p>And today is one of those days. That's because the official digital version of Battleship is currently on sale on the App Store for just 99p / 99c. It's only been out for a few days, so sorry if you bought it when it first landed and it was more expensive.</p><p>If you don't know what the game is, it's all about trying to sink your opponent's battleships. You set them out in a grid, then take it in turns to choose points on a grid. If you get a hit, your opponent has to let you know.</p><p>You sunk my battleshipThe first player to sink the other's ships is declared the winner. The key is remembering where you've hit, and working out where the rest of the ship might be positioned.</p><p>It's a simple game, but the digital version does a pretty good job of translating it to mobile. And it's even got Liam Neeson's face in it, thanks to the terrible movie version.</p><p>Anyway, if that's the sort of thing that you might be into, you can follow this link right here to download it for its new low price right this second.</p>Mrs. Rachel had made and brought with her an enormous plum pudding. Nothing could have convinced Mrs. Rachel that a college graduate of the younger generation could make a Christmas plum pudding properly; but she bestowed approval on Anne's house.
"Oh, Leslie, `glad' isn't the word for it! It seems almost too good to be true. I sha'n't feel half so badly now that I know this dear spot will never be desecrated by a vandal tribe, or left to tumble down in decay. Why, it's lovely! It's lovely!"Like usury applying wet to wet,
<p>F1® Delta Time is an upcoming blockchain-based game that centres on the collection, trading, and racing based on Formula 1® cars, drivers, and components, which are provided as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The game is the result of a partnership between the motorsport behemoth Formula 1 and the mobile / blockchain developer Animoca Brands.</p><p>The first launch phase of F1 Delta Time already began today at 1:11pm British Summer Time (UTC+1), with the auction of the first game car NFT. The second phase of the game - the racing component - will go live early next year.</p><p>With a whopping 506 million global fans of the F1 sports league, there’s a very significant market for F1 Delta Time. Throw in the fact that F1® is also seen as the most exclusive and high-end sport in the world, attracting the most renowned manufacturers, drivers, and sponsors, and it’s safe to say that this game will have strong brand power and luxury appeal.</p><p>This certainly seems to be supported by F1 Delta Time’s choice for its first NFT auction, starting today: a sleek car called the “1-1-1”. This unconventional vehicle sports a midnight black shell with elegant swathes of rose gold plating and crusted diamonds, but don’t let its pretty looks fool you: the 1-1-1 is a demon on the racetrack, with performance indices that are all above the maximum limits. It’s a truly unique and visually impressive collectable item, meaning that only one exists.</p><p>Thanks to the blockchain aspect of the game, owners of NFTs have total control over these items, to sell, trade or keep as they prefer. And, similarly to rare CryptoKitties, F1 Delta Time’s high-end NFTs will be both exclusive and potentially valuable as an investment - much like real-world collectables (e.g., rare baseball cards).</p><p>Another important aspect of using non-fungible tokens for in-game items and collectables is that NFTs enable digital items to have qualities such as rarity and scarcity - adding to their uniqueness and value - all independently verified and secured on blockchain.</p><p>Given the high sums that people have paid for NFTs like CryptoKitties or Gods Unchained cards, it will be interesting to see how strong the demand is for the first-ever F1 unique collectable token.</p><p>Next year, the launch of the racing game component will see players take part in tournament races across popular F1 official circuits as well as fantasy tracks.</p><p>To find out more and receive the latest updates, just follow this link: www.F1DeltaTime.com. You can also join the official F1 Delta Time gaming community over on Discord: discord.gg/eDrHew9.</p>A false tale often betrays itself.
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