Saw how deceits were gilded in his smiling;CAPTAIN JIM
1、<p>If you're fond of high score chasers and like a bite of toast in the morning, then Toaster Swipe might be right up your alley as it's slated to launch on iOS sometime later this month.</p><p>In a world where it seems The Brave Little Toaster may have nipped a tab of LSD, it's your job to guide your little toaster friend through devious obstacles and collect as much toast as you can. The more toast you get, the more you can boost up and up.</p><p>There's no real end goal. With forks, bagels, and spiky doughnuts lining your path, the endless levels offer varying challenges as the further you get, the more you can brag about it. Like Juicy Jelly Barrel Blast you've got to time your shots right, except you move in the direction you swipe rather than just tap.</p><p>Check out the game as it progresses on Toaster Swipe's forum page here. Otherwise, we'll keep you updated when we know more.</p>Updated 2nd December, 09:45 AM: Hurrah! We certainly didn't have to wait long before the Christmassy update to Eggggg was release unto the world.<p><p>An Eggggg update is released for AppleTV and iOS!https://t.co/9OuOps3Udg @EtSowden @toucharcade @PocketGamer @AppStoreGames @madewithunity— Hyper Games (@hypergames) December 2, 2016 Get a little messy and enjoy chundering in a Christmas-themed level whilst revelling in the new iMessage stickers, redesigned game menu, and more.</p><p>Don't forget to grab the game here on the App Store for £2.29/$2.99.</p><p>Do you remember that gross platformer Eggggg? It turns out it's getting a Christmas-themed update pretty darn soon.</p><p>Yes, Eggggg was one of those surprisingly good platformers that initially grossed us out, but then it turned out to be awesome. The gist of the game is that you have to get from one end of the level to the other by use of some rather delightful vomiting.</p><p>Sometimes you just need a little - like a burp after you've eaten too much. Other times you'll need to fill up a cavernous dent in the ground like you're regretting the previous night's shots on a nasty hangover.</p><p>Looks like Hyper Games is far from done with the game as it announced its upcoming Christmas-themed level/additions, and Apple TV/MFI support. Imagine seeing this game on a big screen? It'd be glorious.</p><p>We'll keep you updated once we know more about the update, but get excited chaps...and slightly grossed-out if you want. You can also keep an eye on things in the game's forum.</p>
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1、<p>We knew that a new Lifeline was coming before the end of this month but what we didn't see at the time was that the next chapter was already available in some countries.</p><p>Indeed, Lifeline: Whiteout has been soft launched in New Zealand, Australia and Canada since May 9th and will be released worldwide on May 26. Taking place in a frozen wasteland, you must survive and remember why you're here by making the right choices in realtime.</p><p>Lifeline's a celebrated series of choose your own adventure games that features a unique mechanic that simulates the passing of time.</p><p>If you want to get Lifeline: Whiteout right now you can do so following this guide but be warned that you'll have to use a gift card from New Zealand (or a local credit card) to get it.</p>
2、With wit well blazoned, smiled, or made some moan.A WILD BOAR stood under a tree and rubbed his tusks against the trunk. A Fox passing by asked him why he thus sharpened his teeth when there was no danger threatening from either huntsman or hound. He replied, "I do it advisedly; for it would never do to have to sharpen my weapons just at the time I ought to be using them."
3、<p>Nintendo has launched a free to play entry in the Pullblox series called Fullblox on the Nintendo 3DS.</p><p>It's the same game that we discovered yesterday had been released in Japan under the title Pushmo: Hippa Land. It has you solving 3D puzzle levels by pulling, stacking, and jumping on blocks across themed levels.</p><p>It's free to download on the 3DS eShop but this only gets you a tutorial comprised of seven tutorial levels.</p><p>If you want more then you'll have to pay up. There are four DLC packs in total to choose from. Each of them has its own playable character (Mallo, Poppy, Corin, or Papa Blox).</p><p>In total, they offer 250 extra levels, and if you complete all of those, you unlock an extra 50 levels for free.</p><p>Also, purchasing any one DLC pack unlocks "Fullblox Studio" for free. This allows you to create and edit your own levels that you can then turn into QR codes to share with friends on Miiverse.</p>