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"Leslie didn't cry at her father's funeral any more then she had cried at Kenneth's. Rose whooped and howled for two, however, and Leslie had all she could do trying to calm and comfort her mother. I was disgusted with Rose and so was everyone else, but Leslie never got out of patience. She loved her mother. Leslie is clannish--her own could never do wrong in her eyes. Well, they buried Frank West beside Kenneth, and Rose put up a great big monument to him. It was bigger than his character, believe ME! Anyhow, it was bigger than Rose could afford, for the farm was mortgaged for more than its value. But not long after Leslie's old grandmother West died and she left Leslie a little money--enough to give her a year at Queen's Academy. Leslie had made up her mind to pass for a teacher if she could, and then earn enough to put herself through Redmond College. That had been her father's pet scheme--he wanted her to have what he had lost. Leslie was full of ambition and her head was chock full of brains. She went to Queen's, and she took two years' work in one year and got her First; and when she came home she got the Glen school. She was so happy and hopeful and full of life and eagerness. When I think of what she was then and what she is now, I say--drat the men!"
<p>7 Billion Humans, the follow up to Tomorrow Corporation’s Human Resource Machine, is marching onto iOS next week as a universal app, meaning players only need purchase the game once if they’d like to play it across any of their Apple devices.</p><p>7 Billion Humans is a puzzle exercise not dissimilar to coding, in which you must program your swarms of human workers by carefully choreographing lines of code. It sounds simple, but getting your little worker bees to do their tasks is no easy feat. The puzzles gradually build on themselves, developing into more varied and complex tasks the further you progress.</p><p>Order of fate(use diamonds to buy gold coins, the cost is 0)<p>The English version of the rather awkwardly titled BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! rhythm game is now available worldwide on iOS and Android.</p><p>The game features over forty songs, with a mix of original works and covers from different Japanese anime songs.</p><p>You collect band members through a gatcha system, unlocking the story as the band ranks up. Performing well in songs gets you access to more songs and items to help your band progress.</p><p>There's also a multiplayer mode, in which you can play cooperatively with 2-5 other band leaders across devices, to give yourself the true anime band experience.<p>The third person exploration game Submerged is currently having its first sale, available for £1.99 / $1.99 on iOS.</p><p>Guiding young Miku through the waterlogged streets, you travel by boat with your injured brother in search of a remedy. There's no combat among the ruined buildings, only platforming up the pipes, ledges, and other architecture to reach the supplies at the top.</p><p>Our review praised the game's pretty visuals, however the story, controls, and gameplay failed to match the "great potential" of its aesthetics and premise.</p><p>If you're interested in checking out this flawed but visually unique game, you can purchase Submerged on the App Store.</p>
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<p>The Walking Dead Pinball shouldn't exist. It doesn't make sense.</p><p>Here we have two games on the near-opposite ends of the gaming spectrum: a choice-driven adventure, and a pinball game. They can't just be merged into a single game.</p><p>Yet, Zen Studios has proven this line of thinking wrong, apparently.</p><p>The Walking Dead Pinball is based on the first season of Telltale's The Walking Dead. So, yep, the pinball tables see you playing through the episodes as Lee and Clementine flee Macon and head towards Savannah.</p><p>The most bizarre thing is that the moral choices The Walking Dead presents you throughout the series are replicated in this pinball version.</p><p>Yep, you'll have to hit the ball into certain parts of the table to make these tough decisions.</p><p>You'll be able to see how it all holds up when The Walking Dead Pinball comes out for iOS at midnight.</p><p>We presume it'll also be available on Android tomorrow, but have no confirmation on that.</p><p>From the creators of Machinarium and Bontanicula comes Samorost 3...but then you probably knew that already. Android users, you'll be pleased to know that it's finally out on Google Play.</p><p>Samorost 3 is the adorable successor to exploration puzzler series, though it's the first of the bunch to come to the Play Store.</p><p>The game follows the first two of the series loosely, but ultimately stands on its own feet as we follow a curious space gnome as he uses the power of his magic flute to travel across the cosmos and discover its mysterious origin.</p><p>There are nine unique, alien worlds to explore, and a ton of creatures to interact with as we're sucked into this simply stunning game.</p><p>Head over to Google Play now to pick up Samorost 3 for £3.99.</p>
<p>Morse is an upcoming strategy game with an interesting twist: you issue commands and relay intel through morse code.</p><p>Morse takes place across the battlegrounds of the Great War, on land, sea, and air. Each front is connected, and impacts your strategies in critical ways.</p><p>The core of the game revolves around ground combat and assaulting trenches.</p><p>Crossing no-man's land will require strategically-placed artillery and utilizing your unique units, ranging from machine gunners and infantry to snipers, medics, and grenadiers.</p><p>On the sea, you'll need to protect your fleets and convoys to receive much-needed units and resources.</p><p>Strategically destroying enemy ships will handicap their supply lines (i.e blowing up a machine gun shipment before sending your infantry to attack).</p><p>Controlling the skies will let you survey enemy trenches and shoot down German pilots attempting the same on your fortifications.</p><p>Morse is currently in development for iPad and PC, with more units, enhanced visuals, and other elements being implemented.</p><p>You can learn more about the game's progress through its TIGSource devlog.</p>
<p>From the creators of twitchy survival game One More Line comes One More Dash, another tough arcade-like challenge.</p><p>It'll be out on iOS and Android this Thursday.</p><p>One More Dash is a similar survival game where you must dash between connected circles while avoiding the rotating barriers around them.</p><p>You time your moves by looking at the designated path and the moving barriers, then tap once to dash.</p><p>Our review of One More Line accused it of being too "style over substance," so hopefully this follow-up is a bit stronger.</p><p>One More Line was notoriously difficult, according to our review, so fans of a challenge may at least have that to look forward to.</p><p>You'll be able to download One More Dash free on iOS and Android on Thursday.</p>
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