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"It's good to see you back, Anne, dearie! But did you ever see such drifts? You can't see the Moore place at all unless you go upstairs. Leslie'll be so glad you're back. She's almost buried alive over there. Fortunately Dick can shovel snow, and thinks it's great fun. Susan sent me word to tell you she would be on hand tomorrow. Where are you off to now, Captain?"
"She can't be like Mrs. Lynde, after all, or curiosity would have brought her," said Anne. "This caller is, I think, Miss Cornelia."
It's been almost a month since we saw a huge selection of brilliant Switch and mobile games nominated at the BAFTA Games Awards, and the results are in.
If you're looking for an eye-catching visual style for your next game, aboriginal Australian rock art might not be a bad bet.It's certainly working for Spanish developer Alquimiaware, whose upcoming game Shaman Beat stuck out from the rest at GameLab in Barcelona this week. Though (and don't tell the team I told you), the original inspiration was a certain Katy Perry music video.The game's all about belting out tunes on two big buttons on the left and right of the screen. Though, when you press them, your little shaman hero pelts either side of his head - wincing with each beat.You might have to repeat the song of a big door guardian to gain entry, or play the drums to activate springs in the level which bounce a ball into a goal.Eventually, you'll learn new songs that, when played, unleash magic spirits and create changes in the world.One - four Bum notes in a nice even tempo - makes flowers bloom, which can help you distract bees or make a big piranha plant chomp down on an enemy. As you build up an archive of magic tunes, you'll have to use them carefully to overcome obstacles.It's certainly one to watch. And it's heartening to know that while the developers are big fans of Patapon, they decided to make something completely different rather than a clone for mobile.Shaman Beat should come to both iOS and Android. Alquimiaware says it would love to do a Vita version, also.Game developer Arnold Rauers has released Gnomitaire for free on Android and iOS devices.It’s an original Solitaire-style game where you order 16 randomly generated cards into 4 columns by matching the correct card types. You build up your decks of cards and have to stack them into applicable orders while a disgruntled Gnome fella eggs you on. It’s an interesting take on the classic formula and a twist that fans of the genre may enjoy.The game lends itself well to short five minute gameplay sessions, allowing for quick shifts of tense puzzle play as you try to beat your high score. There’s also a challenge mode for an additional burst of difficulty, in which you are put against nine other friendly foes as you each compete to reach the highest score and secure the best ranks. See this trailer for more details.
Of proofs new-bleeding, which remained the foil
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS
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