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4、"Get down, Matey. The sofa is your place. I must put this paper away safe till I can find time to finish the story in it. It's called A Mad Love. 'Tisn't my favorite brand of fiction, but I'm reading it jest to see how long she can spin it out. It's at the sixty-second chapter now, and the wedding ain't any nearer than when it begun, far's I can see. When little Joe comes I have to read him pirate yarns. Ain't it strange how innocent little creatures like children like the blood-thirstiest stories?"<p>Creamative has had to postpone the release of Clan N’s mobile versions for a couple of weeks, citing that there were problems with the iOS version which led to this delay.</p><p>The reasons for this include the version submitted to the App Store being missing a lot of features, including a proper tutorial. Clan N was originally supposed to release yesterday on both iOS and Android platforms.</p><p>“We would like to offer our deepest apologies to #ios players as today a wrong version of #ClanN has been released in error which was submitted to start the preorder and is not representative of the release version with missing a lot of things starting with a how to play tutorial,” the developer said on Twitter.</p><p>They then added in a follow-up tweet: “We removed it immediately once we noticed that and the actual release is a week to two away so we kindly would like to ask you to omit if you already downloaded it and wait for the release with all the enhancements we made for the mobile version, thank you!”<p>We removed it immediately once we noticed that and the actual release is a week to two away so we kindly would like to ask you to omit if you already downloaded it and wait for the release with all the enhancements we made for the mobile version, thank you! ????— Creamative ????? (@Creamative_) January 21, 2021This is the second delay that we know of for Clan N after it was originally listed as releasing on 24th December last year. There’s no solid date yet for when it will release, but we’ll be sure to update you once we know more.For now, you can keep track of the game on its iOS App Store or Google Play pages.</p>Read about some of our favourite action games available on iOS.
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<p>Slitherine and Polar Motion has pulled Buzz Aldrin's Space Program Manager out of the Early Access testing phase now. If you missed it, sorry, you were too slow.</p><p>But don't worry, the game will be coming to iPad and Android tablets on October 31st.</p><p>We haven't mentioned Space Program Manager for a while. There's a good reason: the game was due to release in June 2013, but was pulled after testers weren't enjoying it.</p><p>Since then, Space Program Manager has been expanded upon greatly. It was clear that the game needed more than just space exploration; it needed competition.</p><p>As such, Polar Motion decided to add a Space Race plot to the game. In fact, it's set during the Cold War of the 1950s and you can belong to either the US or Soviet space stations.</p><p>Just like the historical event, then, your mission in the Campaign mode is to direct your space station so your nation is the first to the moon.</p><p>Slitherine and Polar Motion were also able to announce that a multiplayer mode would be available in the release version of Space Program Manager today.</p><p>Not only will you be able to race to the moon against another player, there will be a Free Mode so you can make your own space adventures.</p><p>This comes on top of the solo Sandbox mode, which allows you to experiment with rockets without the political pressure.</p><p>Likewise goes for the game's third mode, which focuses on exploration and is set in the future with you as the head of the Global Space Agency. You'll still need to address short-term requests from governments, but you can at least fly beyond the moon in this mode.</p><p>Oh, and if you're wondering, yes, Buzz Aldrin has been on board as a consultant for Space Program Manager. Rather convenient considering he's the second man to have walked on the moon, eh?</p><p>That's all you should need to know about the game for now. I'm sure we'll have more to tell you about it nearer its October 31st release date.</p><p>If you do want more information do check out the official website.</p><p>We first wrote about BeMuse last year, an upcoming adventure/puzzle game from the developer of the charming Incoboto. Since then the demonic puzzler has evolved quite significantly, but its nature and art style remains equally intriguing.</p><p>The most notable change is the aesthetic. The original concept was a 2D sidescroller similar to Fluttermind's previous game, but now the game has changed to full 3D, its levels akin to dark rain-swept dioramas.</p><p>Gameplay-wise, BeMuse still revolves around a little boy, a mysterious island, and myriad secrets. While the game was initially going to be procedural and more like a roguelike, BeMuse is now a focused puzzle adventure, as you uncover rituals to summon and manipulate demonic entities.</p><p>BeMuse is still in development, without a release date, but is confirmed for iOS and Android. You can follow the game's progress on Fluttermind's Twitter page.</p>
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