The goodly objects which abroad they find<p>MU Origin looks to add even more fantasy fun in its latest update. The patch adds new events and boss challenges that are sure to appeal to players of all levels. If you’re looking for a fresh adventure, now’s the time to jump back into the thick of things. Here’s what’s new.</p>
3、Better poverty without care, than riches with.<p>Minute of Islands is a frankly gorgeous narrative-based adventure game from publisher Mixtvision and developer Studio Fizbin (The Inner World). It’s set to come to Nintendo Switch in early 2020, and today is the first time we’ve seen what it looks like.</p><p>It takes you on a grand adventure across a strange yet beautiful archipelago that our character, Mo, calls home. Sadly, the picturesque surroundings have become polluted by deadly spores, with the only thing keeping the island safe being several mysterious antennas built by literal giants who once lived peacefully alongside the archipelago’s human inhabitants.</p><p>After the antennas begin to fail, Mo heads out to repair them in a last-ditch effort to keep her family safe. Thankfully, she has her trusty Omni-Switch to help her out, a device that can be used to solve interesting environmental puzzles.</p><p>Along the way, you’ll meet a memorable cast of weird and wonderful creatures. Though as Mo gradually uncovers the truth behind the islands she calls home and the giants living below the surface, she begins to have doubts about her ‘focus and stoic ambition’. This means you can expect an affecting character exploration on top of the adventuring and puzzling action.</p><p>It boasts a striking comic-book art style that, from the screenshots, looks hugely impressive. The level of detail on show is quite something, with tiny discoveries around every corner. I’m looking forward to seeing how well it holds up in motion. But, for now, it has the promise to be one of the most visually impressive games on Switch.</p><p>Supporting that wonderful aesthetic, and bringing the game’s vibrant world to life, is an atmospheric, emotive soundtrack. Everything I've seen of it so far suggests that this is a sizable step up over Studio Fizbin's earlier game The Inner World.</p><p>Look for Minute of Islands on Switch in early 2020. If all goes well, it’d be great to see it come to mobile at some point in the future.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
4、"I do not quite understand you, Mrs. Doctor, dear, but of course I am not well educated. But if Dr. Blythe buys the Morgan place he will make no mistake, and that you may tie to. They have water in it, and the pantries and closets are beautiful, and there is not another such cellar in P. E. Island, so I have been told. Why, the cellar here, Mrs. Doctor, dear, has been a heart-break to me, as well you know."
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2、<p>Something that Apple only briefly mentioned during the WWDC the other day was a feature of iOS 9 called "app thinning."</p><p>It's exactly as it sounds: developers can use it to make the file size of apps smaller. This means that with iOS 9 you should hopefully have more free space.</p><p>Ars Technica has been going through the iOS 9 developer documentation and has discovered that there are three methods by which developers can utilize app thinning.</p>Slice it up<p>The first is called App Slicing. It eliminates any of the bits of code in an app that your iPhone or iPad doesn't need.</p><p>Previously, when you downloaded an app, it would grab all the code necessary to make it run on all iOS devices. If you have an iPhone 5, right now your apps have the code required for them to run on an iPhone 6.</p><p>Your iPhone 5 doesn't need this iPhone 6 code, though. And so App Slicing will ensure you don't download code such as that in the future.</p>When you want it<p>Secondly is On-Demand Resources (ODRs). With this, an app will only download assets that it reasons you'll require immediately or in the near future. And once you're done with assets it will delete them.</p><p>If you've played a tutorial of a game, and the app determines you won't need to play it again, with ODRs it will delete the tutorial's assets to save space.</p><p>Note that ODRs doesn't delete executable code so it can't accidentally delete an entire game while you're playing it. But it will get rid of elements like images and media files.</p><p>However, it's not clear if ODRs will affect your playing experience if, say, you're offline. How will an app without all the necessary assets download them if it can't get online? Will that mean some of the game is unavailable? It seems likely.</p>Bit at a time<p>The third app thinning method is called "Bitcode." With this, when developers upload an app to the App Store only an "intermediate representation" of it is stored. The rest is compiled on demand.</p><p>Bitcode informs some of the App Slicing feature as it determines whether you'll download a 32-bit or 64-bit file.</p>Ars Technica
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