<p>Upcoming iOS game Cavernaut looks like the arcade classic Lunar Lander except, well, much more difficult.</p><p>And Lunar Lander isn't exactly known for being easy. So, er, you can probably count on Cavernaut being quite the challenge.</p><p>The idea is that you're in a spaceship at the bottom of a remote mine on an alien planet. In other words, you're in the thick of it and if you don't do something will soon die.</p><p>The challenge is to navigate this mine to reach the planet's surface where, hopefully, you'll have a better chance at seeing your next birthday.</p><p>If you thought steering a ship with tilt controls (as is the case here) was the end of that challenge then you are wrong.</p><p>For you have to regularly refuel your ship at refuelling stations and thrust at the right time in order to make it through mining lasers. Great.</p>
3、<p>After Ninty's Indie Showcase yesterday it's hard not to get excited about some of the titles on the way. What's more, Stardew Valley has been confirmed AND will be getting multiplayer.<p>Stardew Valley is coming to #NintendoSwitch, and will be the first console to support the new multiplayer feature. Look for it in 2017! pic.twitter.com/3dYNmwGPFA— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 28, 2017 For those who don't know it, Stardew Valley is an ultra-charming farming RPG in which you pick and name a character, take over your grandpa's old farm, and settle into the valley. You can plant, harvest, fish, mine, and fight creepy cave dwellers to gather your precious resources.</p><p>Between farming and gathering, you've also got a whole town of people to talk to and relationships to build. Should you fancy settling down, there're a few bachelors and bachelorettes waiting to be wooed, but that takes time.</p><p>As the first platform to have multiplayer in the game, Nintendo's just revealed a pretty big ace, because Stardew Valley's charms are almost impossible to resist. Though there's no specific date set for it yet, it'll apparently be dropping sometime this summer.</p>
1、"Ah, there's the rub," sighed Anne. "There are so many things in life we cannot do because of the fear of what Mrs. Harmon Andrews would say. ` 'Tis true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis, 'tis true.' What delightful things we might do were it not for Mrs. Harmon Andrews!"Big discontents so breaking their contents.