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Updated on March 17th, at 10:28: Zack Gage's new word game TypeShift is available now on the App Store.<p>You can download the grid-shifting word puzzler for free, with additional in-app purchases to unlock other puzzle packs.</p><p><p>If you always preferred your monsters to be digital instead of pocket-sized, then you might like to know that Digimon Heroes! has soft-launched in New Zealand.</p><p>It's a match-3 card battler, that lets you choose from over 1000 different Digimon to make up your team.</p><p>You can also digifuse your monsters together, digivolve them into stronger forms, and limit break them to make them even more powerful.</p><p>It's free to play with IAPs, presumably to buy more card packs and other boosts to strengthen up your party.</p><p>If you've got a New Zealand iTunes account, you can download the game from the App Store. It's also reportedly in soft-launch in Australia and Romania.</p>
"That horse his mettle from his rider takes:<p>Had your fill of free to play this week? Want to play some premium titles without spending a penny? Then you need to join us over on Twitch this Friday for our weekly #FreeGameFriday stream!</p><p>Yes, each Friday at 5pm BST / 9am Pacific we play five rock-solid iOS titles while giving out codes for them. Sound like your cuppa? Be there!</p><p>We'll be revealing one game from this Friday's stream per day over the next five days. Be sure to check in each day to see what to expect!</p>This week:Square Enix's minimalist assassination board game (and the best hiding behind a shrub simulator on iOS), Hitman GO.The iPad and iPhone versions of Silver Award-winning action puzzler Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor.Part one of inkle's Gold Award-winning fantasy novel RPG, Steve Jackson's Sorcery!DotEmu's Bronze Award-winning shmup sequel R-Type II.Amazon Game Studios's Bronze Award-winning bean curd flick 'em up To-Fu Fury<p>As an added bonus, we give out all five of each week's games to one lucky Twitterer. All you have to do is make sure you're following @PocketGamer on Twitter and retweet the following:</p><p>Grab 5 iOS games this #FreeGameFriday on Twitch! Follow + RT for the chance to win 'em all! http://t.co/s61FEhvitf pic.twitter.com/0WvGFnprBl— PocketGamer (@PocketGamer) July 27, 2015<p>See you over on Twitch this Friday at 5pm BST / 9am Pacific!</p>Have a request for a future #FreeGameFriday game? Let us know in the comments below!
TWO FROGS dwelt in the same pool. When the pool dried up under the summer's heat, they left it and set out together for another home. As they went along they chanced to pass a deep well, amply supplied with water, and when they saw it, one of the Frogs said to the other, "Let us descend and make our abode in this well: it will furnish us with shelter and food." The other replied with greater caution, "But suppose the water should fail us. How can we get out again from so great a depth?'Block Craft 3D (Unlimited Money)In quarreling about the shadow we often lose the substance.
<p>In all the excitement of Bethesda's E3 conference, you probably missed a very tiny announcement that's actually pretty exciting to us gamers on the go.</p><p>Yes, Fallout Shelter is coming to PC alongside an extensive update that introduces quests, a new combat system, and new characters, foes, and locations. You won't even have to wait that long either, as all of the above is set to hit in July 2016.</p><p>Fallout Shelter was both announced and launched at E3 last year, and - as the name suggests - sees you build your very own fallout shelter and stock it with survivors.</p><p>It's then up to you to ensure they remain safe from raiders and are productive. You're going to need the resources they produce to not only keep your vault running but improve it as well.</p><p>At review, we gave it a Bronze Award and said: "Fallout Shelter is a bit of a slow burn, but it's a solid casual experience all the same. It looks lovely, and it just about manages to capture some of the grim humour of the main Fallout series."</p><p>Head on over to the App Store or Google Play to get building your shelter in time for the extensive update coming in July.</p>And, privileged by age, desires to know
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A RICH MAN lived near a Tanner, and not being able to bear the unpleasant smell of the tan-yard, he pressed his neighbor to go away. The Tanner put off his departure from time to time, saying that he would leave soon. But as he still continued to stay, as time went on, the rich man became accustomed to the smell, and feeling no manner of inconvenience, made no further complaints.