1、"Well, He has answered the spirit of your prayer. You really wished that things shouldn't be made any harder for Leslie. I'm afraid that in my secret heart I've been hoping the operation wouldn't succeed, and I am wholesomely ashamed of it."
3、<p>The Gold Award-winning Plague Inc. has been updated with free Christmas-themed content.</p><p>But how can a game about spreading viruses be festive? Well, in this new scenario, governments have cancelled Christmas.</p><p>Teaming up with Santa, it's your mission to infect the world with joy and happiness. Spread a little Christmas cheer, in other words.</p><p>There's also a new Teleportation scenario. In this one, humans have discovered technology that allows them to travel to different countries in an instant.</p><p>Other than that, there's a new progress screen so you can see how much of the game you've completed in percentages.</p><p>Tweaks to the core disease types (Parasite, Prion, and the Neurax Worm) have also rolled out with this update. And the human AI has been made a little tougher.</p><p>You can purchase Plague Inc. for 99p / 99c on the App Store [buy]. Or you can download it for free on Google Play [download].</p>
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1、<p>We don't often cover software updates here on Pocket Gamer but I thought this was newsworthy. Android just announced at GDC that it will soon let all Android users try apps directly from a search result without installing it.</p><p>Running via a streaming API, you'll just have to hit the "Try Now" button when you search for an app and you should be all set.</p><p>Here's what it looks like:</p><p>You'll be limited to the first ten minutes of the game but this is rather neat and a new way for developers to communicate about their apps.</p><p>Of course, since it uses a lot of bandwidth, this will restricted to Wi-Fi only.</p><p>You should see it pop up on your Android phone and tablet soon.</p><p>[Source]</p>
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