1、'His browny locks did hang in crooked curls;
3、A CERTAIN MAN, detained by a storm in his country house, first of all killed his sheep, and then his goats, for the maintenance of his household. The storm still continuing, he was obliged to slaughter his yoke oxen for food. On seeing this, his Dogs took counsel together, and said, "It is time for us to be off, for if the master spare not his oxen, who work for his gain, how can we expect him to spare us?'
4、<p>Nintendo's apparently going back to the movie business but don't expect any weird live action take as it learned its lesson from the Super Mario disaster in 1993.</p><p>This time, Nintendo's expecting to produce a 3D animated movie using one of its IPs. There's no word on any title used or a possible release date but Nintendo's CEO has hinted that it should take less than five years.</p><p>After a opening itself to mobile apps and games it seems like Nintendo's trying to diversify its appeal to regain the appeal that it once had.</p><p>Are you interested at all in a new movie based on Nintendo's franchises? What would you want to see ported to the big screen? Let us know your thoughts on this below.</p>Update: Fallen Knight is now available<p>Five new games have made their way onto Apple Arcade, only one week after the service received its previous batch of new ones. The new titles include Lifelike, Tales of Memo, Hogwash, Yaga and Fallen Knight. They're all available now with the exception of Fallen Knight, which is currently facing issues that Apple and developers FairPlay are working on.</p>Lifelike<p>First up we have Lifelike: Chapter one. This game looks incredibly psychedelic and will see players interacting with the various creatures within the game itself. It promises to be a hypnotic experience as it recreates aesthetically pleasing imagery before your eyes that's inspired by the idea of swarm behaviour. It looks very interesting</p>
2、AN ASS congratulated a Horse on being so ungrudgingly and carefully provided for, while he himself had scarcely enough to eat and not even that without hard work. But when war broke out, a heavily armed soldier mounted the Horse, and riding him to the charge, rushed into the very midst of the enemy. The Horse was wounded and fell dead on the battlefield. Then the Ass, seeing all these things, changed his mind, and commiserated the Horse.A willful man will have his way to his own hurt.