"Oh, it doesn't seem right that I should be living to hear that," sighed Captain Jim. "But I'm heart-glad to see you. It's brought back my youth for a little while. You don't know yet what a boon THAT is. Mistress Blythe here has the trick--she does it quite often for me."The Dancing Monkeys
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3、<p>You know how much we love digital board games here at Pocket Gamer. Today RetroEpic Software has let us know about their upcoming take on a popular board game, Flash Point Fire Rescue, coming to iPad and PC in 2017.</p><p>For those who aren't familiar with the title, Flash Point Fire Rescue is originally an award-winning, turn-based board game based around the demanding duties of a fire-fighter. Its digital counterpart is all that and more as you use strategy to command your highly-trained fire-fighters to rescue the men, women, children, and animals trapped inside the burning building.</p><p>It's everything you loved about the original game but in a more convenient package as there's no set-up needed, just boot the game and off you go. So far there are two houses to play in, lots of potential victims, and eight different fire-fighters to choose from, each of whom has their own specialist ability. You can play either solo matches, or you can play with friends in the online multiplayer. Needless to mention how pretty the art style is.</p><p>A lot of things are still unspecified in these early days but we'll let you know the details as soon as we know them ourselves, so keep an eye out.</p>"Of course there is no great rush, dearie. But Dick Moore's been dead for thirteen years and Leslie has wasted enough of her life for him. We'll just see what comes of it. As for this George Moore, who's gone and come back to life when everyone thought he was dead and done for, just like a man, I'm real sorry for him. He won't seem to fit in anywhere."
1、<p>Grave Matters is sort of like Minesweeper. Albeit Minesweeper with terrifying robotic zombie monsters instead of mines, and evil grinning skulls instead of numbers.</p><p>You play a recently reanimated grave digger called Harey Burke, who along with his faithful dog sidekick, needs to shovel up energy cores from an assortment of graves.</p><p>Unfortunately you don't know which of the graves contain the sweet sweet energy, and which contain the aforementioned zombie robots.</p><p>Cue a vaguely steampunk-style game of puzzling. You tap to unearth a grave, and what you find within gives you some information about the ones surrounding.</p>