A TRAVELER hired an Ass to convey him to a distant place. The day being intensely hot, and the sun shining in its strength, the Traveler stopped to rest, and sought shelter from the heat under the Shadow of the Ass. As this afforded only protection for one, and as the Traveler and the owner of the Ass both claimed it, a violent dispute arose between them as to which of them had the right to the Shadow. The owner maintained that he had let the Ass only, and not his Shadow. The Traveler asserted that he had, with the hire of the Ass, hired his Shadow also. The quarrel proceeded from words to blows, and while the men fought, the Ass galloped off.
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How coldly those impediments stand forth,3rbgamer.com<p>BlitzKeep is a game that takes elements from pinball and Pachinko and stuffs them into an RPG format.</p><p>We've had wizards playing golf in dungeons, and pushed knights through dungeons Pachinko-style, so why not pinball?</p><p>The idea is to aim your knight through the goblin-filled dungeons to pick up gear, increasing their strength, and attack enemies.</p><p>If you're not careful with your aim your knight will die. And the game's creator says you can expect them to die a lot.</p><p>There's only so many enemies a knight can take on at once, you know? Luckily, BlitzKeep has a quick restart time so you can get back to slicing up enemies without too much frustration.</p><p>The idea is to work your way through 10 kingdoms, each of which has a king at its end who has been turned into a horrible monster. You'll need to upgrade the knight quite a bit before taking them on.</p><p>Currently, though, BlitzKeep only has five kingdoms for you to beat. The other five will be coming soon.</p><p>Don't let that put you off, though. There should be plenty of challenge here for you.</p><p>You can purchase BlitzKeep for £2.99 / $3.99 on the App Store right now. </p>
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As they did batt'ry to the spheres intend;<p>Mojang and Telltale Games have joined forces to create Minecraft: Story Mode.</p><p>It's to be an episodic, narrative-driven game series based on the malleable voxel world of Minecraft.</p><p>So, imagine something similar to Telltale's Walking Dead series, or Tales of the Borderlands, except with Creepers and blocks of dirt.</p><p>The first episode is due to arrive in 2015 on iOS and Android, as well as Xbox and PlayStation consoles, and PC.</p><p>Both studios will be working with members of the Minecraft community to ensure that it's as "Minecrafty" as possible.</p><p>"We're not intending on creating an 'official' story for Steve, or explaining the world of Minecraft in detail. It will be a cool game," Mojang said.</p><p>Expect more news about Minecraft: Story Mode in the near future.</p>Mental Asylum Mod Mental Asylum v1.0 mod Features:Free buy full versionAre you ready to accept the gift of madness and understand the secrets of the deep? If yes — “Mental Asylum” is waiting for you.Your intellect is thirsty for non standard tasks, and nervous for a “tickle”? Than horror-action “Mental Asylum” from Blueflame Studios and Wyverin Entertainment will shake you to the core! Cut the lights, connect your headphones. And watch out, because he is the only one to help you to get out of these horror paws!Our history started a short time after Michael Drew the protagonist of the game, crash his car into a tree. After the event he gets kidnapped by a mysterious patient escaped from the “High Royds Asylum”. He woke up into the abandoned building trying to get out. Will he survive?And it rests with you only, whether you will be able to solve this...
As oft 'twixt May and April is to see,<p>I know, you're probably already sick of Super Mario Run news but here comes another tidbit. Looks like Nintendo's shares have dropped again after the game failed to overwhelm people to be point of combustion.</p><p>I won't bore you by going into the technical jargon but despite its promise, marketing, and hype, Super Mario Run still disappointed a fair bunch of its fans. According to news sources such as Sky News, the Telegraph, and The Wall Street Journal, shares fell by almost five percent, shaving $2 billion off its market value. Yeesh.</p><p>Currently sitting at three-stars on the App Store, there was one major flaw to the game that ruffled a few people's feathers: it requires a constant internet connection. The problem here is that a lot of people want to play a one-touch auto-runner when they're on the move, not sitting at home or by using their mobile data.</p><p>It didn't have the same impact as Niantic's hit AR game, Pokemon GO, but that really was a J.K. Rowling-worthy success story.</p>
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