<p>Having experienced a hugely positive reception since its launch, Bethesda's Fallout Shelter has received update 1.6 – its biggest update yet.</p><p>For those who don't know, Fallout Shelter is a managing simulator in which you, the Overseer, have to build and supervise a thriving Vault for Dwellers to cohabit in. You have to assign jobs, individual tasks, and match-make couples in order to save yourselves and hopefully the human race.</p><p>To celebrate Fallout Shelter's one-year anniversary, update 1.6 introduces a new Quest system with a combat mechanic. It also introduces two new items for hasty Overseers: the starter pack (which allows you to jump start a new vault), and Nuka-Cola Quantum (which speeds up Dwellers returning from the Wasteland and various Vault tasks).</p><p>Did you catch that last part? Instead of being stuck indoors, you can now send Dwellers to explore the Wastelands and see what you come back with…if you come back at all.</p><p>Head over to iTunes, or Google Play, now to pick up your copy of Fallout Shelter now totally free. Oh, one last thing - did we mention it's now available on PC?</p>
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1、JUPITER DETERMINED, it is said, to create a sovereign over the birds, and made proclamation that on a certain day they should all present themselves before him, when he would himself choose the most beautiful among them to be king. The Jackdaw, knowing his own ugliness, searched through the woods and fields, and collected the feathers which had fallen from the wings of his companions, and stuck them in all parts of his body, hoping thereby to make himself the most beautiful of all. When the appointed day arrived, and the birds had assembled before Jupiter, the Jackdaw also made his appearance in his many feathered finery. But when Jupiter proposed to make him king because of the beauty of his plumage, the birds indignantly protested, and each plucked from him his own feathers, leaving the Jackdaw nothing but a Jackdaw.
3、"Ain't he a dear little man?" said Captain Jim gloatingly. "I do love to watch a little child asleep, Mistress Blythe. It's the most beautiful sight in the world, I reckon. Joe does love to get down here for a night, because I have him sleep with me. At home he has to sleep with the other two boys, and he doesn't like it. "Why can't I sleep with father, Uncle Jim?" says he. `Everybody in the Bible slept with their fathers.' As for the questions he asks, the minister himself couldn't answer them. They fair swamp me. `Uncle Jim, if I wasn't ME who'd I be?' and, `Uncle Jim, what would happen if God died?' He fired them two off at me tonight, afore he went to sleep. As for his imagination, it sails away from everything. He makes up the most remarkable yarns--and then his mother shuts him up in the closet for telling stories . And he sits down and makes up another one, and has it ready to relate to her when she lets him out. He had one for me when he come down tonight. `Uncle Jim,' says he, solemn as a tombstone, `I had a 'venture in the Glen today.' `Yes, what was it?' says I, expecting something quite startling, but nowise prepared for what I really got. `I met a wolf in the street,' says he, `a 'normous wolf with a big, red mouf and AWFUL long teeth, Uncle Jim.' `I didn't know there was any wolves up at the Glen,' says I. `Oh, he comed there from far, far away,' says Joe, `and I fought he was going to eat me up, Uncle Jim.' `Were you scared?' says I. `No, 'cause I had a big gun,' says Joe, `and I shot the wolf dead, Uncle Jim,--solid dead--and then he went up to heaven and bit God,' says he. Well, I was fair staggered, Mistress Blythe."