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"I did. It is all coming back to me. He was here visiting his Uncle Abner eighteen years ago, when he and Dick would be about seventeen. They were double cousins, you see. Their fathers were brothers and their mothers were twin sisters, and they did look a terrible lot alike. Of course," added Miss Cornelia scornfully, "it wasn't one of those freak resemblances you read of in novels where two people are so much alike that they can fill each other's places and their nearest and dearest can't tell between them. In those days you could tell easy enough which was George and which was Dick, if you saw them together and near at hand. Apart, or some distance away, it wasn't so easy. They played lots of tricks on people and thought it great fun, the two scamps. George Moore was a little taller and a good deal fatter than Dick--though neither of them was what you would call fat--they were both of the lean kind. Dick had higher color than George, and his hair was a shade lighter. But their features were just alike, and they both had that queer freak of eyes--one blue and one hazel. They weren't much alike in any other way, though. George was a real nice fellow, though he was a scalawag for mischief, and some said he had a liking for a glass even then. But everybody liked him better than Dick. He spent about a month here. Leslie never saw him; she was only about eight or nine then and I remember now that she spent that whole winter over harbor with her grandmother West. Captain Jim was away, too--that was the winter he was wrecked on the Magdalens. I don't suppose either he or Leslie had ever heard about the Nova Scotia cousin looking so much like Dick. Nobody ever thought of him when Captain Jim brought Dick--George, I should say--home. Of course, we all thought Dick had changed considerable--he'd got so lumpish and fat. But we put that down to what had happened to him, and no doubt that was the reason, for, as I've said, George wasn't fat to begin with either. And there was no other way we could have guessed, for the man's senses were clean gone. I can't see that it is any wonder we were all deceived. But it's a staggering thing. And Leslie has sacrificed the best years of her life to nursing a man who hadn't any claim on her! Oh, drat the men! No matter what they do, it's the wrong thing. And no matter who they are, it's somebody they shouldn't be. They do exasperate me."
Android 遊戲下載网<p>Happy Wheels is finally heading to Android devices after being available on iOS since 2015. You can sign up to be part of the beta for the physics-based obstacle game by filling in the application form. </p><p>Happy Wheels has always been a supremely popular game. It was made famous by several high-profile YouTubers like Markiplier and Jacksepticeye making a plethora of videos featuring them losing their minds/overacting as they hurtled through various courses. The needless levels of violence alongside the crazy physics seem to really take hold of audiences earlier this decade and it's undoubtedly one of the earliest examples of a 'YouTube' game.</p><p>The App Store version of Happy Wheels has over 60 levels to tackle featuring various oddball characters such as an irresponsible dad who tears around on a bicycle with his son questionably sat in a baby seat without being properly secured into it. It also has a level editor so players can create their own physics-based obstacle course madness.</p><p>You can also upload the levels you've created so that you can play other people's creations, which gives Happy Wheels an awful lot of content. Though obviously the quality will vary as it often does with user submitted levels.</p><p>So we can probably expect all of this to be available when the game makes its way over to Android devices. Which of these features will be available in the beta however, aren't known at the moment. The iOS version has also been regularly updated since its initial release, though it hasn't received any new content in over a year now.</p><p>Happy Wheels will eventually be available via Google Play but you can apply to be part of the beta by filling in the Google Form application. If you're an Apple user then you can grab Happy Wheels on the App Store. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.<p>Everyone loves Rocket League – unless you don't – in which case, most people love Rocket League, but is there a mobile alternative? The upcoming arena battler, Monster Truck Soccer, just might be a step in the right direction.</p><p>Monster Truck Soccer is a physics-based arena game in which you battle against your opponent to score the highest and win the match. The use of a giant, bouncy football and monster trucks on a teeny football field is pretty fun looking as they crash, flip, and skid across the pitch.</p><p>Granted it's not a huge step in the right direction as it doesn't yet offer online multiplayer, limiting your competitive play to local WiFi matches. Should you go offline however it goes offer 'smart' AI opponents to face off against, and the game supports a Game Controller, making it easier to play. It's also not the best looking game out there, with fairly dull graphics and a safe, standard pitch design.</p><p>But as things go it's got potential to be a fun game and given its 'coming soon' status, it could be a while yet before we see it out on the App Store.</p>
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<p>In a not-too-surprising turn of events, it looks like an official mobile version of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is set to be published by Chinese games and entertainment company Bilibili. You might be wondering why the announcement hasn't yet landed on the official Fall Guys Twitter account, and that's likely because Bilibili has only secured the rights to publish the mobile version in China.</p><p>Fall Guys has become an indisputable viral sensation since launching for PC and PS4 earlier this month. Its meteoric rise to popularity is a feat I don't think we've seen since 2015's Rocket League.<p>Chinese games and entertainment company Bilibili has secured the rights to publish a mobile version of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout in China.The game released for PC and PS4 on August 4, 2020 and has become a viral hit.#FallGuys https://t.co/BjElzemUGr pic.twitter.com/EBgYq3pck5— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) August 22, 2020If you've yet to give it a go, it's a sort of platformer battle royale where every round throws a fresh party game at you. As the match progresses, players will gradually be eliminated until the winner is decided.</p><p>It's super simple and honestly ideal for mobile, especially given how straightforward the control scheme is. And so it's no surprise that clones have already started to pop up on mobile storefronts; the most notable of which – Fall Gang: Knockout – has now been removed from sale. In a statement to Pocketgamer.biz, Fall Gang developer Keleman Tamas said that he is now working on a "similar one that will be multiplayer."</p><p>In cases where popular games haven't yet made their way to mobile, it's always best to wait for the real thing. That said, according to Sensor Tower data gathered by PG.biz, over 80,000 players had downloaded Fall Gang prior to its removal from the App Store. The game eventually went premium and netted around $3,500 in sales.</p><p>I'm hopeful that a mobile version will eventually head westward, but with no estimated launch date for the Chinese release, it seems that we might have a fair while to wait. Still, that's always preferable to a rough, rushed mobile port.</p>Searching for the best multiplayer mobile games? Here are 25 of our favourites for iPhone & iPad<p>Despite releasing earlier in the year, the team behind Dig That Gold are setting up an exciting event in London which gives 'treasure hunt' a more physical meaning.</p><p><p>Join @DigThatGold’s #GreatGoldHunt! REAL 24K BARS to be found in London on Tues 27th September. For more info, visit https://t.co/18Vlqs3adZ pic.twitter.com/XCP5PwGMC8— Louis Smith MBE (@louissmith1989) 25 September 2016 Dig That Gold is a game that does what it says on the tin. Explore hundreds of different mines and collect the riches that lie within: gold blocks; cash; hidden treasure; you name it. You can also collect power-ups, sweet bonuses, and take part in mini-games to make you rich beyond your wildest dreams – in game, that is.</p><p>However don't you fret, earlier in the year Project M Studios started rewarding players with real 24k gold bars, and tomorrow you can get one for yourself in London. Throughout the day, different clues will be posted across Dig That Gold's social media pages – clues of which will eventually lead you to one of the physical gold stops where you'll earn your 24k bar reward.</p><p>As an added bonus, Olympic medallist Louis Smith will be giving away gold bars in secret locations throughout the city as The Great Gold Hunt takes place. Starting at seven o'clock in the morning, this is an all-day event, so if you're about in London tomorrow have a gander at a clue or two and see if you can earn yourself a little treat.</p><p>Find out more on their event page here, and happy hunting.</p>
<p>Nintendo had a financial results briefing today that revealed more about its plans for smartphone games in collaboration with DeNA.</p><p>During the briefing, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said that Nintendo plans to have approximately five smartphone titles out by the end of the next fiscal year, which is March 2017.</p><p>"You may think it is a small number, but when we aim to make each title a hit, and because we want to thoroughly operate every one of them for a significant amount of time after their releases, this is not a small number at all and should demonstrate our serious commitment to the smart device business," Iwata said.</p><p>He added that Nintendo is looking to "entertain hundreds of millions of people all around the world" with its smartphone games. And that the hope is that they will become "one of the pillars of Nintendo's revenue structure."</p><p>Siliconera also digs up a report by Japanese site Sankei that reveals that Iwata wanted to assure everyone how serious he was about Nintendo's commitment to smartphone games.</p><p>To illustrate this, he mentioned that the producer of the Mario Kart series is working on its smartphone titles.</p><p>Iwata didn't give this producer a name, but as Siliconera notes, "it seems likely that he’s referring to Hideki Konno, who was the producer for Mario Kart 8, Mario Kart 7, and has been involved with the series since its early days."</p>
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