A SHIPWRECKED MAN, having been cast upon a certain shore, slept after his buffetings with the deep. After a while he awoke, and looking upon the Sea, loaded it with reproaches. He argued that it enticed men with the calmness of its looks, but when it had induced them to plow its waters, it grew rough and destroyed them. The Sea, assuming the form of a woman, replied to him: "Blame not me, my good sir, but the winds, for I am by my own nature as calm and firm even as this earth; but the winds suddenly falling on me create these waves, and lash me into fury."
1、<p>If you're looking for an eye-catching visual style for your next game, aboriginal Australian rock art might not be a bad bet.</p><p>It's certainly working for Spanish developer Alquimiaware, whose upcoming game Shaman Beat stuck out from the rest at GameLab in Barcelona this week. Though (and don't tell the team I told you), the original inspiration was a certain Katy Perry music video.</p><p>The game's all about belting out tunes on two big buttons on the left and right of the screen. Though, when you press them, your little shaman hero pelts either side of his head - wincing with each beat.</p><p>You might have to repeat the song of a big door guardian to gain entry, or play the drums to activate springs in the level which bounce a ball into a goal.</p><p>Eventually, you'll learn new songs that, when played, unleash magic spirits and create changes in the world.</p><p>One - four Bum notes in a nice even tempo - makes flowers bloom, which can help you distract bees or make a big piranha plant chomp down on an enemy. As you build up an archive of magic tunes, you'll have to use them carefully to overcome obstacles.</p><p>It's certainly one to watch. And it's heartening to know that while the developers are big fans of Patapon, they decided to make something completely different rather than a clone for mobile.</p><p>Shaman Beat should come to both iOS and Android. Alquimiaware says it would love to do a Vita version, also.</p>
2、<p>Nintendo is bringing its NES Remix series on Wii U over to 3DS in November with Ultimate NES Remix.</p><p>Ultimate NES Remix will mash up 16 of Nintendo's 8-bit games into quickfire challenges for you to complete.</p><p>You might have to speedrun a level in Super Mario Bros. or get through a tough section in Donkey Kong without dying.</p><p>While the games being remixed haven't been revealed yet, previous ones used in the NES Remix series included The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and Kirby's Adventure, among many others.</p><p>Ultimate NES Remix will come with regional online leaderboards for you to compete in.</p><p>It will also have Championship Mode that offers you a gauntlet of challenges from three different games.</p><p>You'll be able to purchase Ultimate NES Remix in brick-and-mortar stores and on the eShop on November 5th in the US, and on November 7th in Europe.</p>Lop Bakery(Lots of money, lots of candy)
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1、Did livery falseness in a pride of truth.<p>Fortnite has been incredibly popular on iOS since its beta, gripping people from all over the world and throwing up some mightily impressive monthly sales figures for its cosmetic IAPs. The one thing we want to know, however, is when's it coming to Android? Well (in China at the very least) it might be available on July 24th.<p>Fortnitewow!It's coming. pic.twitter.com/byLcEeUC9W— ????Tencent Games (@Tencent_Games_) July 10, 2018 Again, take everything with a huge pinch of salt as details are a little shaky at the moment. Announced over on Tencent Games' Twitter, it pushed out the above Tweet yesterday.</p><p>Since China doesn't have Google Play I'm not surprised Tencent might be publishing it - especially since Tencent also has a 40% stake in Epic. Though, I do find the situation mildly amusing considering the legal battle that recently ended between PUBG Corp. and Epic Games.</p><p>While we shouldn't take this as gospel just yet, mark the date in your diaries just in case, folks. Though Tencent deals primarily with mobile titles, its Steam-like competitor Tencent WeGame in in the picture so there's a chance this could roll out on PC first.</p><p>We'll have to watch and wait for more information before getting too excited. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
2、<p>Motorsport Manager lovers rejoice because MMM3 is on its way. While we're not sure of the date outside of 'summer 2018', we're sure it'll be a blast to play.</p><p>Motorsport Manager is a racing strategy game where you'll build your team from scratch and decide how their careers will flourish (or fail). You'll get a say in pretty much everything they do, so prepare to grow your fledgling drivers and make the best decisions possible. Or don't - it's your rodeo.</p><p>Both Motorsport Manager and Motorsport Manager 2 earned Gold Awards in their reviews, the most recent of which we said it's "--a highly polished, incredibly engaging simulation. But it's not too daunting if you're new to the genre. There are things to tweak and think about, but there's never too much information that you feel squashed under it."</p><p>This latest in the series has a few new tricks up its sleeve as it brings six new championships in GT and Endurance races, a new setting in Monaco with a new art style, a host of new features (including Supplier Network, Invitational Races, and Mechanics), and more.</p><p>The game'll also be introducing augmented reality with its new Camera mode. Here you can pick your own perspective on the race, so find which angle's your favourite. It's a whole new level of interaction.</p>