'For further I could say this man's untrue,"Not that I knows on. Dunno's she ever saw any sweet-grass. No, it's because it has a kind of motherly perfume--not too young, you understand--something kind of seasoned and wholesome and dependable--jest like a mother. The schoolmaster's bride always kept it among her handkerchiefs. You might put that little bunch among yours, Mistress Blythe. I don't like these boughten scents-- but a whiff of sweet-grass belongs anywhere a lady does."
1、<p>PPSSPP, the PSP emulator for Android, has been updated to version 1.1.</p><p>What does that mean? Perhaps the biggest change is support for Nvidia Shield TV. But if you want the full list of tweaks and improvements (courtesy of the developers), have at it:</p>Support for ARM64 on Android, for improved performance on new devices. Has some new optimizations.Support Android TV, like Nvidia Shield TVScreen rotation on PC, useful for vertical games like Star SoldierMany minor performance improvements and compatibility bug fixesGPU emulation fixes like correct depth rounding, fixing text in Phantasy StarOther graphical fixes like UV rotationSupport savestates for homebrew appsSimple integrated "Homebrew Store" to download PSP homebrew appsMinor AdHoc multiplayer improvements. Still many issues left.Disable a dangerous optimization on ARM, causing walk-through-walls in TenchusceAtrac music compatibility fixes, fixing noise in a few gamesBetter texture scaling performanceDirect3D closer in features to OpenGLWorks better on BSD operating systemsSavedata management UI<p>You can download an ad-supported version of PPSSPP for free on Google Play.</p><p>There's also a Gold version without the ads that'll cost you £3.99 / $4.99 on Google Play.</p>
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2、<p>Combining deck building with careful dungeon exploration, Lost Portal CCG is part single player card game, part roguelike RPG, and its new Aerahym expansion introduces an array for new content to conquer.</p><p>Lost Portal drops you onto a claustrophobic dungeon grid with towns and quests in between, letting you to customize your class and tactics from over 200 cards. The new expansion adds 33 more cards to acquire, a new town to reach, additional dungeons, and even more enemies to face.</p><p>Lost Portal CCG can be purchased for £2.99 / $2.99, while the Aerahym expansion is available as an in-app purchase.</p>
3、<p>Shifter is a game of tiny puzzle worlds that you need to rearrange to reach the exit. It's tricky, but this is off-balanced by how cute it also is.</p><p>You'll be able to find this out yourself as it arrives on iOS and Android in July. And if you're a fan of Nitrome games you'll want to wait for this one - it's inspired by them.</p><p>The reason I know what Shifter is like to play is due to it having been released as a browser game back in January. You can still play it on Newgrounds, in fact.</p><p>As you'll discover, the idea is to guide the little character to the sculpture that looks like a face. However, you have to open up its mouth first by weighing down the floor switch next to it.</p><p>This usually involves pushing a crate on to the switch. But the tricky part is aligning the parts of the level to allow for that.</p><p>In the mobile version, you'll be able to switch to a grid overlay of the 2D world by using two fingers.</p><p>With this view, the level is divided into squares. You can move the one around that the character is stood in. So you can change where ladders lead to and how the platforms connect.</p><p>Once you're done, you just pinch your fingers on the screen to return to the normal view. A simple but a neat idea. And, as said, it has that Nitrome look, so there's plenty to love.</p><p>Keep an eye out for updates on the iOS and Android versions of Shifter on its website.</p>