The Camel and the Arab
Updated 24th November, 13:11: Time to get malevolent, guys and girls, as Deus Ex GO's new content update has just hit home.<p>If you're one of the folks that's already breezed through the game and are bossing through each daily challenge, now's your time to shine. It's the best time of year to be naughty or nice to those you want to share your creation with.</p><p>Grab the game now on the App Store where the update's gone live. The Android version is lagging behind a little but it'll be out soon no doubt.</p><p>Hey, so, do you guys remember Deus Ex GO? Of course you do, it's a brilliant addition to the franchise - and it's also bringing us its legendary User Generated Content sometime later this week.</p><p>The User Generated Content is basically Deus Ex GO's creative mode. Here you can build your own levels, choose the design, set your own traps, and plot your own solutions to share with other players/friends.</p><p>You can be kind…or you can do what I do and make the most difficult, maliciously devious level you can possibly think of and just watch the gears turning in your friends' heads. All the while sit back and contain your evil laughter if you can. It's better that way.</p><p>We'll let you know when the update drops definitely but it's due out later this week. Grab the game (currently on sale) for 79p/99c on Google Play and the App Store now.</p>
<p>What if the Roman Empire never fell? What if they eventually expanded away from Earth, laying claim to the entire galaxy? Well, upcoming multiplayer space shooter - Vanguard: Fight for Rudiarius - looks set to sate our thirst for such Deadliest Warrior-style scenarios when it releases into beta later this year.</p><p>The game is being unveiled today at EGX Birmingham, where it is now playable. However, those not lucky enough to attend the event will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on it.</p>Whose white weighs down the airy scale of praise;
Must for your victory us all congest,O, all that borrowed motion, seeming owed,"What a nice little romance," said Anne, whose love for the romantic was immortal. "And to think," she added with a sigh of self-reproach, "that if I had had my way George Moore would never have come up from the grave in which his identity was buried. How I did fight against Gilbert's suggestion! Well, I am punished: I shall never be able to have a different opinion from Gilbert's again! If I try to have, he will squelch me by casting George Moore's case up to me!"
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2. DUMB ENEMY
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