The Oaks and Jupiter
1、Cheesy but funUpon whose weeping margent she was set;
3、<p>Love glowing, colourful landscapes and intense platformers? You may want to take a look at Standby which slipped out on iOS last night.</p><p>
4、<p>The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is still going strong a month after its release, and it's recently received a new patch.</p><p>If you guys boot up your Nintendo Switch or Wii U you'll likely have the download waiting for you. Version 1.1.2 is a little sparse when it comes to the patch notes, being listed as:</p><p>"Adjustments have been made to make for a more pleasant gaming experience."</p><p>However Reddit user Cardstatman made a discovery that 1.1.2 apparently removes the arrow farming glitch. This glitch essentially let you weave around enemies while they shot arrows at you which you could then collect once you took the bad guys out.</p><p>Though you can still collect arrows from enemies, the number caps at 20 as opposed to relatively infinite.</p>A PANTHER, by some mischance, fell into a pit. The Shepherds discovered him, and some threw sticks at him and pelted him with stones, while others, moved with compassion towards one about to die even though no one should hurt him, threw in some food to prolong his life. At night they returned home, not dreaming of any danger, but supposing that on the morrow they would find him dead. The Panther, however, when he had recruited his feeble strength, freed himself with a sudden bound from the pit, and hastened to his den with rapid steps. After a few days he came forth and slaughtered the cattle, and, killing the Shepherds who had attacked him, raged with angry fury. Then they who had spared his life, fearing for their safety, surrendered to him their flocks and begged only for their lives. To them the Panther made this reply: "I remember alike those who sought my life with stones, and those who gave me food aside, therefore, your fears. I return as an enemy only to those who injured me."
1、<p>Worms developer Team 17 tells us that it's publishing punny farmyard puzzler Hay Ewe for iOS on October 9th.</p><p>It's about being a sheep called Matilda, a natural born leader, who has the unfortunate task of rounding up all the mischievous lambs.</p><p>Basically, being a sheep mum is probably worse than being a human mum. Babies just fall over and dribble, lambs leap and bound around getting lost.</p><p>They do this often enough that Hay Ewe has 60 levels and lamb herding for you to solve. This involves pushing crates on to switches and dodging spitting cows.</p><p>Luckily, there are items that give you a boost if needed. Plus, if you need a break, there a mini-games that vary the pace for you to play.</p><p>And yet, if that isn't enough, then there's a level editor so you can create your own parenting nightmares.</p><p>I will say this, though: the lambs in Hay Ewe are adorable. They're all eyes and fluffy wool. Can I adopt one please?</p><p>Perhaps I'll just wait for the game to come out on Thursday. Sigh.</p>A CERTAIN HUNTER, having snared a hare, placed it upon his shoulders and set out homewards. On his way he met a man on horseback who begged the hare of him, under the pretense of purchasing it. However, when the Horseman got the hare, he rode off as fast as he could. The Hunter ran after him, as if he was sure of overtaking him, but the Horseman increased more and more the distance between them. The Hunter, sorely against his will, called out to him and said, "Get along with you! for I will now make you a present of the hare."