<p>Set Snail has released Daddy Long Legs on Android today.</p><p>Imagine QWOP, except you're a harvestmen and your two legs are five times longer than you're body.</p><p>Walking as far as you can is a challenge to the tune of splats as your body hits the floor over and over.</p><p>Daddy Long Legs is played entirely with taps. You tap the screen to extend one leg forward and hold your finger on the screen to keep it outstretched.</p><p>You then tap again after letting go to extend the other leg. That's the whole gist of the game but, as you might expect, it's really hard to go further than a single step most of the time.</p>
1、The main goal of this game is to build an empire out of railroads. You will start in a remote location that doesn’t have much movement, but you will slowly move on to be the most renowned train enthusiast in the entire land. The best part about this is that you will get to work on everything railroad-related, including transport, cargo, and everything in between. The train simulation journey will only get more beautiful by the minute, so all you have to do is hang on tight and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime. What’s even better is that, as you progress in the game, so will the surrounding cities, rivieras, and remote locations, so you will truly get the whole experience. But let us walk you through the actual gameplay first.
2、<p>Devil's Eyes is an upcoming survival horror shooter set to launch for iOS next Saturday, January 18th. The game takes place in the far-off year of 2025, where a solar flare has decimated the world's power grids and means of communication. As society struggles to rebuild, you discover that something sinister is afoot in your small town.</p><p>A mysterious nearby laboratory has been hit hard by the flare, and as a result, its test subjects are now on the loose. These "half-human, half-monster hybrids" (otherwise known as zombies) have started a gruesome and unrelenting attack on their neighbours – one that only you a few other survivors are equipped to handle.</p><p>You play as gun-toting, zombie-slaying hero Lauren, "a strong, outgoing woman, who always puts others first". With her friends and family now very much at risk of being eaten, Lauren heads out to stop the zombie menace once and for all.</p><p>Your adventure will take you into the heart of a zombie-infested city, where all manner of fresh abominations lurk. You'll have to adapt to any scenario thrown at you, upgrade your weapons accordingly, and hunt for loot to remain well-stocked on ammo, curatives, and other helpful items.</p><p>Once you've settled into the experience, expect Devil's Eyes to start dropping huge bosses and other such monumental challenges on you. While it appears to be fair action-packed, the devs have obviously pulled a lot of inspiration from the survival horror genre. The weapon upgrade system sounds fairly in-depth, with there being a nice selection of shotguns, assault rifles, and pistols to test out and customise.</p><p>Devil's Eyes is set to launch for iOS on January 18th as a free-to-play title. Here's the game's App Store page, just in case you want to pre-order it or check out some more screenshots. Oh, and a special shout-out to App Army member Azeem for bringing this one to our attention. </p>Top 25 best action games on iPhone and iPadAndroid手機遊戲下載<p>We're still a little ways off getting our hands of Splatoon 2 for the Switch, but Nintendo certainly can't wait to show off what's coming in their latest update.</p><p>There's new weaponry coming to the game this summer, but you can't beat a line-up of classics. Though the guns o' glory are quite familiar you might see a difference or two.</p>Splattershot<p>Apparently this familiar beast hasn't changed from its origins so Splatoon players should feel totally comfortable picking it up and pulling the trigger.</p>Splat Charger<p>It works exactly like before, but the Splat Charger has had a bit of a re-vamp. It's gone from looking like a Nerf gun to something more sleek and stylish. Me likey.</p>Slosher<p>Aside from a colour change, the design of the Slosher has stayed pretty much the same. However, apparently there are slight cosmetic changes on the handle and suspension arm.</p>Splatling<p>Just like the Splattershot the Splatling is near-identical to its predecessor. The only difference here is that the angle of its ink barrels has been adjusted slightly to help with maintenance.</p>Splat Roller<p>The Splat Roller was already way too epic to change, so don't worry, you'll be seeing it back in the game in all its glory.</p><p>It may not be the sneak-peek at the new weapons coming, but it'll answer some of your questions regarding what classics to expect. </p>
3、And now she would the caged cloister fly.THE RIVERS joined together to complain to the Sea, saying, "Why is it that when we flow into your tides so potable and sweet, you work in us such a change, and make us salty and unfit to drink?" The Sea, perceiving that they intended to throw the blame on him, said, "Pray cease to flow into me, and then you will not be made briny."
4、A WOLF, having stolen a lamb from a fold, was carrying him off to his lair. A Lion met him in the path, and seizing the lamb, took it from him. Standing at a safe distance, the Wolf exclaimed, "You have unrighteously taken that which was mine from me!" To which the Lion jeeringly replied, "It was righteously yours, eh? The gift of a friend?'
1、<p>We have a new contender in the VR arena. Razer have thrown down the gauntlet and stomped into the ring, announcing a new virtual reality headset for its open-source VR platform.</p><p>The hardware, announced at E3 2016, will be launching in July for a retail price of $399.99 and it has the woeful name of HDK2. HDK isn't a bad acronym in itself, but it stands for Hacker Development Kit which did make me chuckle a little bit.</p><p>The laughs soon stopped though, because it's no slouch. The HDK2 is packing custom designed lenses and an OLED dual-display for a total resolution of 2160 by 1200.</p><p>There's also IQE (Image Quality Enhancer) technology which i've never heard of but should give a reduced screen door effect. It'll be beaming stuff to your eyes at 90 frames-per-second.</p><p>In the simplest terms, it's a few hundred cheaper than the top tier headsets but is comparable in terms of tech.</p><p>The HDK2 will also feature diopters, which should cover prescriptions from +4.5 to -2 and will mean a lot of people who wear glasses can comfortably use the hardware without needing to buy contact lenses, a big issue with several headsets.</p><p>Seems like there's no 3D spatial stuff included but you know, still a very decent headset for the price. We'll find out more when the hardware comes out in July.</p>
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