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DAWN AND DUSK"It's many a year since there was a Christmas dinner here, Mistress Blythe," said Captain Jim. "Miss Russell always went to her friends in town for Christmas. But I was here to the first Christmas dinner that was ever eaten in this house--and the schoolmaster's bride cooked it. That was sixty years ago today, Mistress Blythe--and a day very like this--just enough snow to make the hills white, and the harbor as blue as June. I was only a lad, and I'd never been invited out to dinner before, and I was too shy to eat enough. I've got all over THAT."
<p>Edmund McMillen and The Label Limited has released The Legend of Bum-bo for Android devices after it was released on PC over a year ago. McMillen’s previous work includes side-scroller Super Meat Boy and the roguelike The Binding of Isaac, the latter of which The Legend of Bum-bo is actually a prequel of.</p><p>It’s a deckbuilding roguelike where you gather items to modify, upgrade and combine them in interesting ways. You play as the Bum-bo where each one has its own unique abilities, and they smash, bash and splash their way through a series of cardboard monstrosities and large bosses.</p><p>Every stage is comprised of four rooms where you fight various enemies and a boss, and in order to do this you match tiles on a board similar to the way it works in games like Bejeweled and Candy Crush Saga. This allows you to attack, cast spells and put up your defenses, and since the game features over a hundred items to use, there’s a lot options at your disposal.</p>
tdgameclub.comAnother great hallmark is the ability to go from zero to a hundred in very little time. You will also get to collect run-down trains that don’t look like they have a chance in life and upgrade them so everyone will want to get a ride. It’s so sweet when you look back and see the train-building legacy you’ve created, isn’t it?<p>It's the future, Earth is in ruins, and a dimensional rift has allowed hostile creatures to creep between worlds. You're a member of a crew tasked with setting up a mining camp to harvest Delirium, a powerful mineral with paranormal properties.</p><p>The problem is - most of your crew is missing, your base isn't built, and you're not alone... So begins Deliria, a short slice of sci-fi for mobile developed by Eldritch Games and released earlier this year.</p><p>Gameplay involves wandering alien landscapes, building up the defence of your base camp, and taking on the shadowy monsters that aren't too happy about your arrival on Dimension LG7.</p><p>Though you can't wield a plasma rifle yourself, you can hire mercenaries to fight for you. You can also heal those injured in combat, and harness mysterious powers from artefacts.</p>
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<p>Wow. That's obviously the first word you'll utter when you first get into Black Desert Mobile, the port of the massively popular MMORPG from Pearl Abyss.</p><p>On PC, it was already a fantastic looking game thanks to the amazing self-developed custom engine but, here on mobile, it's on another level entirely. We've been telling you about the game and how it South Korean launch was imminent and we've played a bit of the game.</p>How to play it<p>First you'll have to follow our usual Soft Launch guide here but choose Korea as the country in the App Store. On Android, you'll have to download the APK but we can't provide a link here and you'll have to be really careful where you get it from as viruses are rampant.</p><p>You won't need a VPN to play. The game, after a quick update, took down any geographical restrictions. Be prepared to download a massive 2GB of download up front though so you might want to play over wi-fi, at least initially.</p>