"We may never get such a chance again. If we don't buy the Morgan place someone else will--and there is no other house in the Glen we would care to have, and no other really good site on which to build. This little house is--well, it is and has been what no other house can ever be to us, I admit, but you know it is out-of-the-way down here for a doctor. We have felt the inconvenience, though we've made the best of it. And it's a tight fit for us now. Perhaps, in a few years, when Jem wants a room of his own, it will be entirely too small."<p>Youtuber spends 25 hours in Virtual Reality to achieve a Guinness world record.</p><p>The Guiness World Records have always seemed a bit silly, haven’t they? They’re an organisation set up to record the bizarre, odd and extraordinary stunts people will attempt for their moment in the spotlight.</p><p>Alongside the interesting “Worlds Tallest Man” and the odd “The most spears caught from a spear gun underwater from a 2-meter distance in one minute” there’s now a virtual reality entry, the books first.</p><p>Youtuber Derek Western from Super Deluxe, a group aiming to make “Funny and smart videos from funny and smart weirdos who are probably a lot like you” strapped on his HTC Vive and spent 25 hours inside TiltBrush.</p><p>The stunt went ahead on April 7th and Derek is now the proud owner of the Guiness World Record for the longest continuous virtual reality session.</p><p>Consumer VR has only been around for a month or so, but with the buzz surrounding virtual reality right now it’s not really surprising that a record was set in VR as consumers and enthusiasts alike are pushing the hardware further than it may have been pushed before.</p><p>Maybe 25 hours in virtual reality appeals, but bear in mind Derek was stuck in Tilt Brush for the entire 25 hours, stuck only with the grey void and the objects he could create within it for company.</p><p>I’d love to see a video of what he made in there. Oh wait, they’re Youtubers so there’s a 4 minute video showing a neat slice of what it was like.</p>
1、<p>Earlier this year, it was announced that not one, but two mobile Lumines games were coming this year. The celebrated rhythm franchise already came out on iOS a couple of years ago but that version was not well received.</p><p>One of these upcoming titles was Lumines: Puzzle & Music (previously Lumines 2016), a paid app that's supposed to be the Lumines that we love adapted for touch. In an update to the Japanese website (and with the information received by eagle eyed Twitter user Lifelower), it appears that the game will launch July 19th in Japan and, New Zealand and Australia as part of a soft launch.</p><p>Then, in September, the game will be released worldwide.</p><p>Hopefully this won't suck as Lumines, created by Tetsuya Mizuguchi, is one of my favorite rhythm game ever.</p>
3、[Update] To celebrate the DLC launch, King Rabbit is now free to download. Now everyone can help his majesty rescue all his bunny subjects. Yay!<p>The bright and refreshing King Rabbit is getting some rather meaty DLC content this Thursday.</p><p>We complimented the controls in this sharp and entertaining puzzler, and really found it to be compulsive in bite-sized form.</p><p>The 64 extra levels in the new Fire Adventures DLC look like they'll keep up with tradition, but add fire, new characters, and additional unlockables.</p><p>New characters include Peach, Snobby, Albino, Demon, Jackalope, Leprechaun, Zombie, and Lovely.</p><p>There will also be 16 new campaign levels added to the base game which is rather generous.</p><p>But not quite as generous as the price. The pack will be available at sale price during its 72 hour launch window for just 99¢/79p. You'd be hopping mad to miss it at that value.Here's a trailer to get you in the mood for all the bunny goodness coming your way.</p>
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1、<p>Time is limited. Apps are plentiful.</p><p>How can you make sense of the ever-increasing number of new games in the App Store? Well, by reading Pocket Gamer, of course. But we can't possibly cover everything, and there are some games that just don't fit in our wheelhouse.</p><p>Thankfully, our friends over at 148Apps are here to save the day. Take a look at some of the casual games that have caught the attention of the 148Apps team…</p><p>Let Us Prey: Surrender to HellBy beActive Interactive</p><p>"Let Us Prey: Surrender to Hell touts itself as a difficult game, but "difficult" isn't the same as unfair." (Nadia Oxford)</p><p>Anno: Build An EmpireBy Ubisoft</p><p>"A shadow of the franchise it's based upon, ANNO: Build an Empire isn't a very good freemium city builder." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Football OwnerBy Lazy Boy Developments</p><p>"It lacks the soul and heart of other soccer management games, but Football Owner does benefit from being speedy." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Trivia CrackBy Etermax</p><p>"Sick of dated or repetitive quiz material killing the pace of a promising trivia game with your friends? Well you're in luck, because Trivia Crack is the answer to all of your trivia needs." (George Fagundes)</p><p>Hero EmblemsBy HeatPot Games</p><p>"Match-three to defeat waves of monsters in this challenging puzzle RPG." (Campbell Bird)</p><p>The Hunger Games: Panem RisingBy Kabam</p><p>"The Hunger Games: Panem Rising features lovely card artwork that should resonate with Hunger Games fans, though the game itself is nothing special." (Nadia Oxford)</p><p>Hammy Go RoundBy Happymagenta</p><p>"Cute but basic is the premise behind endless runner/roller Hammy Go Round." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Bust-A-Move IslandsBy gumi inc</p><p>"It's Bust-A-Move all over again, but with a few tricks up its sleeve." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Battle Group 2By Right Pedal Studios Publishing</p><p>"Wanna police the seas? Battle Group 2 might be the ticket." (Tre Lawrence)</p><p>All this, plus an interview with the developers behind Mean Girls-The Game, along with the latest news, app sales, tips and more. Click on over to 148Apps now!</p>
2、Dead Cells APK proper side controls are the performing buttons That are very important to attack the enemies from all levels. Every button has an attacking mode, throwing mode, and more. Use the attack button to attack the enemy with your character directly. Choose the right button to attack the enemies. When you have bombs in your hand, use the throw button to throw the bombs to opposite enemies.