"You ridiculed the idea of my ever being able to help you, expecting to receive from me any repayment of your favor; I now you know that it is possible for even a Mouse to con benefits on a Lion."AN ASS once carried through the streets of a city a famous wooden Image, to be placed in one of its Temples. As he passed along, the crowd made lowly prostration before the Image. The Ass, thinking that they bowed their heads in token of respect for himself, bristled up with pride, gave himself airs, and refused to move another step. The driver, seeing him thus stop, laid his whip lustily about his shoulders and said, "O you perverse dull-head! it is not yet come to this, that men pay worship to an Ass.""You don't know but he may be worth a lot to somebody," protested Captain Jim. "He didn't LOOK of much account, but you can't go by looks in jedging a dog. Like meself, he might be a real beauty inside. The First Mate didn't approve of him, I'll allow. His language was right down forcible. But the First Mate is prejudiced. No use in taking a cat's opinion of a dog. 'Tennyrate, I lost my dinner, so this nice spread in this dee-lightful company is real pleasant. It' s a great thing to have good neighbors."
<p>Transformers: Age of Extinction – The Official Mobile Game is a free to play “combat runner” based on the film franchise by Michael Bay.</p><p>It has just received its first, free update since its release in June.</p><p>The update adds new levels, bosses, and a new feature called the Special Events Series. Part one of the Special Events series is the Hunted Survival Missions.</p><p>These are limited, skill-based levels that will pit you against waves of enemies. Survive for as long as you can to earn a high score, and make it onto the game’s leaderboards.</p><p>You can play these particular missions between today and Wednesday, September 17th.</p><p>Download Transformers: The Age of Extinction now, free on iOS and Android.</p>The Bear and the Two Travelers
For these, of force, must your oblations be,Hot pot restaurant on Xingfu Road<p>Oceanhorn 2's giant Golden Edition update finally has a solid release date – this Friday, June 5th. This long-awaited content drop is easily the game's biggest since launch, fleshing out the experience across the board with all-new side content, additional voice lines, and an expanded ending.</p><p>Among the improvements is a new 60 FPS mode for higher-end devices. It's now closer than ever to a console experience on mobile, especially if you're able to play using a controller.</p><p>In a WWDC developer session late last week, Apple detailed the changes made to Game Center in iOS 10. While we also saw that the Game Center app was missing from the Beta build, Apple isn't getting rid of its multiplayer service just yet.</p><p>Instead, everything you do in Game Center will still be here but some new elements and much needed changes will also appear in the next version of iOS.</p>Friends<p>The biggest question that a lot of people had was "How will I manage my friends list now that the app is gone?". Well, Apple is freezing your friends' list, with iOS 10 you won't be able to add any new friends. Instead, most of your game invites will go either directly from the game to the players that you've played with recently or to the old Game Center friends that you have.</p><p>But, and that's new in iOS 10, you'll also be able to send an invite via mail or even via SMS to your friends' phone numbers. They'll receive an hyperlink that'll either connect them directly to the game or to the store page to get the app.</p><p>This new function will be automatic in iOS 10 so devs won't even need to implement it.</p>Achievements, Leaderboards<p>Every menu that you previously had in the app like achievements, leaderboards and turns will now be managed from within the game directly. This means that you'll have to check each game independently or rely on your device's push notifications to know when it's your turn.</p>Multiplayer<p>On top of the actual auto-matchmaking in real-time (limited to four players) and turn-based (limited to sixteen players), Apple will introduce a new way to play online in iOS 10 called sessions.</p><p>Powered by iCloud, it lets users share an iCloud session that supports up to a hundred players at the same time. You can play with anyone, trade and message each other as the API is flexible for game developers. You'll be able to join these sessions via mail, SMS, Twitter link etc.</p><p>On top of supporting neat multiplayer features like drop-in/drop-out, Sessions will also work for single-player games. If you happen to be stuck in a particular spot on a game, you can send your session link to a friend and he'll be able to play this level for you, completing it and, thanks to iCloud, his progress will be saved on your account.</p><p>This sounds like a neat way to help your friends.</p><p>All of this will have to be enabled by developers so we'll have to wait and see how this will be implemented.</p>iOS 10 should release this fall.
<p>At Wargaming's European World of Warships launch event last week, Wargaming CEO Victor Kislyi has said that Wargaming is "technologically ready" for VR.</p><p>While it's not currently on the cards for any of their games, Kislyi says that as long as VR is a "massive phenomenon" than Wargaming is ready to jump in.</p><p>There's been speculation recently as to whether Wargaming could be taking bold steps into the VR space after several 360 videos allowed you to experience tanks and then later a battle recreation.</p><p>Those hoping for imminent World of Tanks battling could be left a little cold at the news the might be waiting a little longer to strap themselves into their tanks with virtual reality.</p><p>World of Warships's global publishing producer Artur Piociennik suggests that World of Tanks would be the best option for VR, due to the tanks homogenous viewpoint - but if he were to put it into World of Warships he'd be most interested in a "in port" VR mode.</p><p>This potential mode would involve exploring your ships in port, allowing you to see Wargaming's attention to detail up close.</p><p>This doesn't give us any solid information on when a VR launch for these games could be happening, but it's good to know it's being thought about by the company.</p>
<p>Since its launch on the app stores in 2016, Lords Mobile has achieved an almost unprecedented level of success, receiving over 250 million downloads worldwide and featuring on almost every "highest grossing..." App Annie report since.</p><p>It might not come as a huge surprise then that the game will soon be making its PC debut, with its multiplayer strategy gameplay makes it a natural fit for the platform.</p><p>For those who still haven't tried the game, Lords Mobile is an epic real-time strategy MMO with base building and siege wars at the heart of its gameplay. You'll need to recruit and train units as well as build up your empire through a mix of conquest and diplomacy. There are a few RPG elements thrown in for good measure too such as the option to take your hero units on side quests to gather loot and upgrade their stats.</p><p>IGG's announcement also comes with the news that the PC version will be cross-platform, allowing both PC and mobile players to face-off against each other.</p><p>If you'd like to give it a try for yourself then be sure to add it to your wish list on Steam.</p>
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