<p>Idle Skilling made it's mobile debut last year when it arrived on Android devices. Now its made its way over to Apple Products where it's available now on the App Store.</p><p>AS you can undoubtedly tell from the name, Idle Skilling is an idle game. It's entirely focused on the concept of players enjoying the feeling of levelling up different stats. And there's an awful lot to level up here. Alongside your attack, you'll also be able to level up your skill in different areas such as mining, fishing and crafting.</p><p>Of course, levelling also has to include distributing skill points and Idle Skilling promises to have this in abundance too with a skill tree that allows you to get 30 unique perks. Additionally, you'll be able to level up over 20+ heroes throughout the game so there's a lot of levelling to be done.</p>
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<p>Ever wanted to play a good, ol' fashioned beat 'em up but you've got your hands full? Lucky Kat Studios (Grumpy Cat's Worst Game Ever) has you covered with its upcoming title, Beat Street. <p>Currently working on "Beat Street"! A mobile beat 'em up you can play with one hand. #pixelart #gamedev #screenshotsaturday pic.twitter.com/3ULZfOqqOi— Lucky Kat (@LuckyKatStudios) March 18, 2017 Aside from its catchy name, Beat Street is a beat 'em up you can play one-handed. That means that whatever you've got to do - bringing the shopping in from the car, cooking dinner, moving your cat from your lap and feeling guilty about it, or pointing rudely at someone to emphasise your argument - you can still kick butt and collect coins by swiping and tapping.</p><p>The developer and his brother are huge fans of Double Dragon, an arcade game from 1987 but having grown sick and tired of poor PC-to-mobile ports, Lucky Kat figured it'd be worth a shot. Given the overwhelmingly positive response across the web, it's a shot well taken.</p><p>There's no further news on when the release might be or how long its development is, but we'll definitely be keeping an eye on it.</p>heresysoft.com<p>Built Games released its satirical game featuring Kim Jong-Un called Little Dictator on Android recently. As to be expected, Apple rejected it from its App Store initially.</p><p>In it, you guide Kim Jong-Un as he rides missiles out of the Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang (North Korea's capital) in order to ensure they land and destroy the imperial west.</p><p>This involves tapping the screen to bump the height of the missile over and under rockets lined up as if a gauntlet. Yes, it's essentially a Kim Jong-Un-themed Flappy Bird.</p><p>You can unlock new rockets and power-ups as you progress. These include basketballs from Chicago (a nod to Dennis Rodman's relationship with the Supreme Leader) and giant rabbits that are propelled by rear-end rainbows.</p>
Of wealth, of filial fear, law, kindred, fame!
<p>If you can keep up with dither then I salute you. Heck, you probably deserve some kind of medal.</p><p>It's similar to Pipe Mania, except it has no patience and wants you to move quicker, quicker, quicker.</p><p>As with that 1989 puzzle game, dither has you connecting a series of pipes by using randomly generated pipe pieces. You tap to change the direction the piping travels in, using arrows for guidance to the next pipe you need to connect to.</p><p>It's not too bad to start off with, but once you've climbed up the vertical void a little it starts to get ridiculous.</p><p>Faster, faster, faster: you meander from pipe to pipe, trying to steer your path of pipes between them as best you can.</p><p>
A FOX swimming across a rapid river was carried by the force of the current into a very deep ravine, where he lay for a long time very much bruised, sick, and unable to move. A swarm of hungry blood-sucking flies settled upon him. A Hedgehog, passing by, saw his anguish and inquired if he should drive away the flies that were tormenting him. "By no means," replied the Fox; "pray do not molest them." "How is this?' said the Hedgehog; "do you not want to be rid of them?' "No," returned the Fox, "for these flies which you see are full of blood, and sting me but little, and if you rid me of these which are already satiated, others more hungry will come in their place, and will drink up all the blood I have left."
And now she must leave it. She knew that, even while she had contended against the idea to Gilbert. The little house was outgrown. Gilbert's interests made the change necessary; his work, successful though it had been, was hampered by his location. Anne realised that the end of their life in this dear place drew nigh, and that she must face the fact bravely. But how her heart ached!
The Hares and the Frogs
Of lands and mansions, theirs in thought assigned;
<p>Samsung is not having a good week…or couple of months as their latest smartphone is causing them, and us, more than a few headaches. However it looks like Oculus has made a tough call today as they've withdrawn Gear VR support for the Note7.</p><p>A message on Oculus' official website earlier stated: "Oculus is removing support for all Note7 devices on the Oculus platform. Until further notice, Note7 devices will not be compatible with the Gear VR." Clearly the fear which has probably run through our minds has finally hit the top dogs at Oculus. After all, a Note7 catching fire/exploding right next to someone's eyes is a mildly bigger deal than it catching fire in someone's pocket.</p><p>Some people will grumble but I don't blame them at all. Having gotten a Gear VR for the Note7, I'd be lying if I said I'd been using it frequently since this all kicked off in September. I rather like my eyeballs intact and working, thank you.</p><p>Of course, the likelihood of an incident like that happening is slim to none, but clearly Oculus thought the potential of such an incident was enough.</p>