<p>The GO games usually fluctuate in price a little every now and again, but Deus Ex GO is currently on sale for the first time since November so you might want to grab it while it's cheap.</p><p>"Yes--her and the captain's wife. They'd had an awful passage-- storm after storm--and their provisions give out, too. But there they were at last. When Persis Leigh stepped onto the old wharf John Selwyn took her in his arms--and folks stopped cheering and begun to cry. I cried myself, though 'twas years, mind you, afore I'd admit it. Ain't it funny how ashamed boys are of tears?"
I might as yet have been a spreading flower,-THE END-The Raven and the Swan
<p>Vignettes looks wonderful.</p><p>We don't know much about it at this point. Sure. But it being described as a "toyish surprise-o-rama" is enough to hold our interest.</p><p>The idea is to contemplate objects as they shapeshift while you spin them around. Apparently, through this interacting, the underlying story is revealed.</p><p>Intriguing, huh? It's an object thriller, then.</p><p>Something you might compare to Gone Home, Shadowmatic, and The Room. It also shares similarities to another upcoming game - GNOG. Each of those games also involve investigating objects to find something hidden.</p>
Till now did ne'er invite nor never woo.
<p>There are plenty of retro-style games out there, but few are brave enough to shirk the polish of modern technology and go straight for a real old-school look.</p><p>If you like your throwbacks as authentic as possible, Z-Exemplar is one to keep an eye on.</p><p>There's not much to say about gameplay yet; it's a spacey, side-scrolling shoot 'em up planned for iOS.</p><p>What it does boast, based on the screens, is a limited color palette, as well as a style reminiscent of Gradius, R-Type, and other classics.</p><p>Check out Z-Exemplar's forum thread for more info. The creator, Suminell Studios, is "still deep in development," but promises a video soon.</p>
"I did good work last night, Anne," said Gilbert quietly. "Under God, I saved a life. This is the first time I could ever really claim that. In other cases I may have helped; but, Anne, if I had not stayed at Allonby's last night and fought death hand to hand, that woman would have died before morning. I tried an experiment that was certainly never tried in Four Winds before. I doubt if it was ever tried anywhere before outside of a hospital. It was a new thing in Kingsport hospital last winter. I could never have dared try it here if I had not been absolutely certain that there was no other chance. I risked it--and it succeeded. As a result, a good wife and mother is saved for long years of happiness and usefulness. As I drove home this morning, while the sun was rising over the harbor, I thanked God that I had chosen the profession I did. I had fought a good fight and won--think of it, Anne, WON, against the Great Destroyer. It's what I dreamed of doing long ago when we talked together of what we wanted to do in life. That dream of mine came true this morning."
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS