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2、<p>King's long-awaited RPG Knighthood has finally launched globally for both iOS and Android. As was pointed out by PocketGamer.biz, the game has been in soft launch for a whopping 19 months; that's since July of 2018, if you'd rather not do the maths.</p><p>It casts you as a fresh-faced Rage Knight, "born to fight and conquer". The game is set in a fantastical world of giant monsters and brave knights, and you'll cement your legacy as one of the greatest warriors of all by crushing your foes and taking on the dark power of Lord Karnon. As a member of the Order of Rage, it is your sworn duty to defend the world, after all.</p>Please swipe your card to get in"He never had any children of his own, Gilbert--I am positive he hadn't or he would never have written such rubbish. You just can't help talking baby talk to a baby. It comes natural--and it's RIGHT. It would be inhuman to talk to those tiny, soft, velvety little creatures as we do to great big boys and girls. Babies want love and cuddling and all the sweet baby talk they can get, and Little Jem is going to have it, bless his dear itty heartums."
3、"This has been a purty nice day all through, Mistress Blythe, and now, right at the last, it's brought its best. Would you like to sit down here outside a bit, while the light lasts? I've just finished this bit of a plaything for my little grand nephew, Joe, up at the Glen. After I promised to make it for him I was kinder sorry, for his mother was vexed. She's afraid he'll be wanting to go to sea later on and she doesn't want the notion encouraged in him. But what could I do, Mistress Blythe? I'd PROMISED him, and I think it's sorter real dastardly to break a promise you make to a child. Come, sit down. It won't take long to stay an hour."
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- <p>It seems like the Appocalypse saga is coming to a welcome end, as delisted apps like BioShock, The Walking Dead, and Monkey Island have now reappeared in customers' purchase history on the App Store.</p><p>In the last few weeks, gamers had noticed that apps that have been removed from the App Store (like Rolando and Ghost Trick) had also been disappearing from their purchase history, making it impossible to re-download old apps.</p><p>Yesterday, we published a quote from a member of Apple's European PR team, who said "if [developers] remove their apps from the store, they cannot be redownloaded until the app has been resubmitted to the App Store".</p><p>Touch Arcade appear to have also received that information (this tweet seems to have been removed. Here's a screen cap):</p><p>But Apple's US PR team later followed up and told TA that its policy was, in fact, unchanged.</p><p>It says it will continue to host backups of apps that have been removed from the store - unless the developer explicitly chooses to remove it from purchase histories too.</p><p>Mere hours after all that, the delisted apps started reappearing. If you check your purchase history today you'll find games and apps that have been delisted.</p><p>So, what the heck happened? Well, it could be the classic case of two different branches in a giant company being told different things, or a bug that Apple found and fixed after seeing the reports on Pocket Gamer and TA (and the ensuing criticism in the comments).</p><p>Whatever the case, it seems like this weird and unfortunate saga has come to a peaceful end.</p>
Clumsy Ninja is a living virtual friend who thinks and acts with real intelligence – and is very clumsy! Each time you play you will experience unique moments with your ninja and his companions!
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