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"He's a bachelor. But if he had a wife I reckon she couldn't make him break that vow. That family of Elliotts has always been more stubborn than natteral. Marshall's brother Alexander had a dog he set great store by, and when it died the man actilly wanted to have it buried in the graveyard, `along with the other Christians,' he said. Course, he wasn't allowed to; so he buried it just outside the graveyard fence, and never darkened the church door again. But Sundays he'd drive his family to church and sit by that dog's grave and read his Bible all the time service was going on. They say when he was dying he asked his wife to bury him beside the dog; she was a meek little soul but she fired up at THAT. She said SHE wasn't going to be buried beside no dog, and if he'd rather have his last resting place beside the dog than beside her, jest to say so. Alexander Elliott was a stubborn mule, but he was fond of his wife, so he give in and said, `Well, durn it, bury me where you please. But when Gabriel's trump blows I expect my dog to rise with the rest of us, for he had as much soul as any durned Elliott or Crawford or MacAllister that ever strutted.' Them was HIS parting words. As for Marshall, we're all used to him, but he must strike strangers as right down peculiar- looking. I've known him ever since he was ten--he's about fifty now--and I like him. Him and me was out cod-fishing today. That's about all I'm good for now--catching trout and cod occasional. But 'tweren't always so--not by no manner of means. I used to do other things, as you'd admit if you saw my life-book."
Update on March 3rd at 9:07: Peter Panic is now unleashed on the App Store. It's free without ads but doesn't save your progress unless you buy the iAP.<p>It's basically a shareware version then and I like this kind of business model.</p><p>The game's also really fun and a must try for WarioWare fans, download it here.</p><p>As a huge WarioWare fan, I try to find games that emulate the amazing feeling of Nintendo's franchise.</p><p>Seeing as we haven't had a proper WarioWare in a really long time, it's refreshing to see Adult Swim Games trying their hands at a new take on it.</p><p>Peter Panic developed by James Marion and published by Adult Swim is a micro musical, a mini-game collection filled with music and things that rhyme.</p><p>Of course, this being Adult Swim, it's about weird and deliciously funny subjects like peanut factories or bio-plastic.</p><p>What's not a joke is a cast involved though, as Peter Panic features actual talent from Broadway musicals and a full score by award-winning composer Benjamin Bonnema.</p><p>I can't stress this enough, you have to see the trailer:</p>
<p>Oh hey, so remember how yesterday I said Agent A's newest chapter was out this Thursday - it suddenly dropped today. Happy pre-Christmas Tuesday everyone!</p><p>This stylistic spy game has got a brand new chapter. For those who may be confused by the fact we'd jumped from the original game to chapter three, Yak & Co. decided to turn the first part of the game into chapters one and two.</p><p>Chapter three: Ruby's Trap, plonks us straight where we left off at the mercy of Ruby La Rogue. With only a mysterious briefcase left for us to tinker with, we've got to outsmart the vixen herself and escape her trap.</p><p>With 20 new puzzles and plenty of new hidden gizmos and gadgets, this installment is no doubt going to be an exciting one. Better yet the game is currently on sale on both iOS (79p/99c) and Android (69p).</p><p>Chapter three: Ruby's Trap is only available on the App Store currently and is so far slated to come to Android sometime early next year, but we'll keep you updated on that.</p>
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