The Ants and the GrasshopperThe Prophet
1、"Neither of them. It's politics that's at the bottom of his freak. All those Elliotts and Crawfords and MacAllisters are dyed-in-the-wool politicians. They're born Grit or Tory, as the case may be, and they live Grit or Tory, and they die Grit or Tory; and what they're going to do in heaven, where there's probably no politics, is more than I can fathom. This Marshall Elliott was born a Grit. I'm a Grit myself in moderation, but there's no moderation about Marshall. Fifteen years ago there was a specially bitter general election. Marshall fought for his party tooth and nail. He was dead sure the Liberals would win--so sure that he got up at a public meeting and vowed that he wouldn't shave his face or cut his hair until the Grits were in power. Well, they didn't go in--and they've never got in yet--and you saw the result today for yourselves. Marshall stuck to his word."
3、<p>NetEase Games has announced a mobile version of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will be “coming soon”.</p><p>In a press release dated today, NetEase and ArtPlay announced a mobile version of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will arrive on Android and iOS soon and even detailed a few features that will arrive with it. Such new features introduced will include “operation screens suitable for mobile devices, a redesigned system UI, skill shard icons, and a new achievement system.”</p><p>Considering the game’s complexity on PC and consoles, it’s pretty clear that certain aspects of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night need to be streamlined to fit mobile devices. This includes a mechanic that makes it easier to perform special moves, as well making the game feel smoother overall.</p><p>Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a 2.5D Metroidvania set in 18th century England in which players fight through a demon-infested castle, killing many bosses and driving back the demonic forces that threaten humanity. The series is led by former Konami producer Koji Igarashi, who worked on the Castlevania series which Bloodstained is often cited to be a spiritual successor of.</p><p>The game was originally funded for a record-breaking $5.5 million through Kickstarter, and then released on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in 2019 to favourable reviews.</p><p>Although the mobile version of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will make some sacrifices in order to power the game on handheld devices, NetEase has reassured fans that the game will be highly reproduced as close to the original as possible, while also optimising the user interface to fully adapt it to this mode of playing.</p><p>Keep an eye out for more news on the iOS and Android versions of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night in the coming months.</p>Check out our list for the best spooky Android games to play this Halloween.Like unshorn velvet, on that termless skin,
2、<p>Dragon Project, the latest title from goGame and COLOPL, is an exciting mobile attempt at epic monster slaying. If you’re looking for a game where the monsters take center stage, where crafting and collecting powerful sets of armor and weapons is your bread and butter, look no further than Dragon Project.</p><p>Dragon Project sees prospective monster hunters set out in the magical world of Heiland, which has a bit of a beast problem. You’ll fight gnarly monsters on a quest to collect crafting materials, so you can create better weapons and armor to take on even bigger monsters. Featuring real-time multiplayer co-op Dragon Project is a fully collaborative experience, allowing you to team up with friends to take down Heiland’s most infamous critters.</p><p>Dragon Project is a deep, rewarding gameplay experience, but it’s also very easy to enjoy, thanks to innovative controls well-suited to monster-slaying on a mobile device. The game makes good use of the developer’s one-touch controls, which allows players to use just one finger to play the game. Dragon Project has also launched with goWrap, a helpful tool that gives players quick access to FAQs, social media, and customer support directly from the game.</p><p>If you’re ready to fight some fearsome beasts, you can find Dragon Project right now worldwide on the App Store and Google Play. Get out there and start slaying.</p>