1、Wriggling underground in the beginning and then performing multiple functions to evolve into a giant monster. Grabbing anything like humans, objects, vehicles, animals and eating them to sustain and develop yourself into a giant heavy-destroying monster. Knocking over the things, destroying and creating a sense of fear among the citizens through your horrible activities also helps grow you physically.AN OX drinking at a pool trod on a brood of young frogs and crushed one of them to death. The Mother coming up, and missing one of her sons, inquired of his brothers what had become of him. "He is dead, dear Mother; for just now a very huge beast with four great feet came to the pool and crushed him to death with his cloven heel." The Frog, puffing herself out, inquired, "if the beast was as big as that in size." "Cease, Mother, to puff yourself out," said her son, "and do not be angry; for you would, I assure you, sooner burst than successfully imitate the hugeness of that monster."
2、Updated 8th December, 09:51 AM: Only a couple of weeks after its Android debut, Hill Climb Racing 2 is now out on iOS.<p>Grab the game on the App Store free-to-play now.</p><p>Start your engines, ladies and gents, because Hill Climb Racing 2 has just launched on Android.</p><p>As previously mentioned by Harry Slater, the physics-based driving game is the sequel to the popular Hill Climb Racing. You could probably guess by the name but Hill Climb Racing 2 is all about climbing big hills in big cars and attempting not to crash out.</p><p>Drive an assortment of vehicles, from mopeds to jeeps, in this quirky racer over 30 different levels. There's even an endless single-player mode for when you're just sick of playing with other people.</p><p>Grab Hill Climb Racing 2 free-to-play on Google Play now. iOS is on its way, but we'll be seeing that sometime in December.</p>King of Avalon: Dominion
3、<p>Can you believe another month has already flown past? As though it was just yesterday we were bringing you last month's list, and with over 7,000 bundles sold already, here's what's on offer in this month's Mobile Humble Bundle 19.</p>Pay the minimum 76p/$1 and here's what you get:<p>Chameleon Run – an endless runner in which you have to make it to the goal over tricky obstacles while simultaneously attempting to change your colours between pink and yellow to match the part of the course. It's harder than it looks, but an incredible game.</p><p>Ys Chronicles II – the sequel to the infamous Ys Chronicles I sees Adol back in the action in this action-packed JRPG. After defeating the Dark Fakt you must continue to discover the island's secrets and free the city of Ys from evil.</p><p>Hitman GO – the first in the GO series. A mobile game with board game elements, guide Agent 47 through a series of grid-based levels to dispatch his targets.</p>Pay £4/$5 or more to get:<p>Punch Club – another epic addition by tinyBuild, Punch Club is a sim/tycoon in which you train hard, fight fearsome foes, and figure out who killed your father.</p><p>Super Stickman Golf 3 (premium) – though Super Stickman Golf 3 is a free title Humble's inclusion of it premium edition means that there will be no nasty adverts and the whole game will be opened up from the get-go.</p><p>Plus more games coming soon.</p>Pay £4.57/$6 or more to get two awesome games:<p>Dropsy – in this point-and-click adventure game, you play as Dropsy the lovable and slightly creepy clown as he tries to solve the issues of the townspeople...with lots of hugs.</p><p>The Banner Saga – this epic role playing game inspired by Viking legend is well-known across many platforms. A fantastic RPG mixed with consequence-heavy decision making, Banner Saga is a necessity regardless of what you're playing on.</p><p>Grab this month's Humble Bundle here and keep an eye out for more games to be added. Until then let us know what your favourite game is in the comments below!</p>
2、A WIZARD, sitting in the marketplace, was telling the fortunes of the passers-by when a person ran up in great haste, and announced to him that the doors of his house had been broken open and that all his goods were being stolen. He sighed heavily and hastened away as fast as he could run. A neighbor saw him running and said, "Oh! you fellow there! you say you can foretell the fortunes of others; how is it you did not foresee your own?'To appertainings and to ornament,