4、<p>Oh you lucky lot, have we got a treat lined up for you. Tomorrow at 5pm UK time over on Twitch the ever-delightful James Gilmour is going to be playing Carcassonne for your viewing pleasure. He's going to be joined by a special guest as well.</p><p>If you're not familiar with the game, it's all about building a medieval city. Players take it in turns to lay down tiles, connecting roads, and populating their little corner of the world as they go. It's pretty famous, and this digital version is no-doubt going to be worth checking out.</p><p>And then there's the special guest. It's the wonderful Stephanie Straw. You can find out more about her over on her Twitter profile by clicking this link.</p><p>So, to reiterate - tomorrow, 5pm UK time, Carcassonne live stream on Twitch. Click here and you'll be taken to the page where the action is going to happen. And you'll be able to check out the awesome videos of the streams we've already done. Be there or be a square tile, meeple.</p>
1、Miss Cornelia it was; moreover, Miss Cornelia had not come to make any brief and fashionable wedding call. She had her work under her arm in a substantial parcel, and when Anne asked her to stay she promptly took off her capacious sun-hat, which had been held on her head, despite irreverent September breezes, by a tight elastic band under her hard little knob of fair hair. No hat pins for Miss Cornelia, an it please ye! Elastic bands had been good enough for her mother and they were good enough for HER. She had a fresh, round, pink-and-white face, and jolly brown eyes. She did not look in the least like the traditional old maid, and there was something in her expression which won Anne instantly. With her old instinctive quickness to discern kindred spirits she knew she was going to like Miss Cornelia, in spite of uncertain oddities of opinion, and certain oddities of attire.
2、"Well, when Leslie was twelve years old, the first dreadful thing happened. She worshipped little Kenneth--he was four years younger than her, and he WAS a dear little chap. And he was killed one day--fell off a big load of hay just as it was going into the barn, and the wheel went right over his little body and crushed the life out of it. And mind you, Anne, Leslie saw it. She was looking down from the loft. She gave one screech--the hired man said he never heard such a sound in all his life--he said it would ring in his ears till Gabriel's trump drove it out. But she never screeched or cried again about it. She jumped from the loft onto the load and from the load to the floor, and caught up the little bleeding, warm, dead body, Anne--they had to tear it from her before she would let it go. They sent for me--I can't talk of it."
3、We usually drive cars and motorbikes in just a short span of life, but everyone wants to explore more vehicles like driving a bus, trucks, and many more. Many people have high ambitions to move to the helicopter and feel the zest of operating on high Altitudes. Mant wants to deep dive in the ocean with submarines, and some want to feel the breezes of driving a ship.<p>We've been waiting till the end of the year to drop this coz it's a biggie. To mark the 500th episode of the Pocket Gamer Podcast we gathered together hosts old and new to look back on the history of mobile gaming. From java to iOS 11, from the Nokia 3310 to Samsung Galaxy S10, we examine the evolution of gaming on phones and see just how far mobile tech has come in the 13 years (!) Pocket Gamer has existed.</p><p>Join James, Dann, and Matthew as the scroll through the digital pages of history, along with the return a familiar voice from Pocket Gamer's own past.</p>Download episode 500:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p><p> </p>