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<p>The long-awaited week has finally arrived as we're all awaiting the release of Wonder Woman in the cinemas. Injustice 2's on the ball, however, as update 1.4 brings new Wonder Woman cards into the mix.</p><p>
<p>Another couple of fun deals to end the week on are both Goat Simulator and Goat Simulator GoatZ which have dropped in price from £3.99/$4.99 to £1.59/$1.99.</p>Which she perused, sighed, tore, and gave the flood;
The Mules and the Robbers"You will soon adjust yourself to this new state of things, Leslie. And you are young--life is before you--you will have many beautiful years yet."
<p>A quick announcement to the developers behind free to play games: we get it. You need to make your games a bit abrasive to encourage us to spend money. We get it.</p><p>We get grinding and energy systems and difficulty spikes that weed out the players from the payers. We get random rolls and gold mines that can only hold so much gold. We accept all that.</p><p>But a new game called Century City - another brainless screen tapper - took it to a new level.</p><p>I found a little roulette wheel, and the outcome wasn't good. "A criminal business has been detected in the city," it said. I had lost a third of my gold. Gold I had spent ages accruing by tapping on the screen like a frantic idiot.</p><p>I could accept that and give up several million coins. Or I could reverse the outcome and get my money back by paying a little premium currency, or by watching a video advert.</p><p>It's not a huge price to pay. Only two gems when I have eighteen, or a 30 second video advert. But being forced to do either, lest I immediately lose hours of progress? Uncool, guys. Uncool.</p><p>There are ethical ways to do free to play, and unethical ways. The tricks Century City pulls - like holding your progress hostage unless you pay up - fall firmly in the latter category.</p><p>Thanks to Mike Rose for the tip</p>Persian Nights 2: The Moonlight Veil Mod Persian Nights 2: The Moonlight Veil v1.0 mod Features:Unlock the full version, unlimited tipsFANTASTIC HIDDEN OBJECT PUZZLE ADVENTURE GAME FROM THE CREATORS OF ENIGMATIS AND GRIM LEGENDS!Travel to the magical land of Persian Nights and save your sister from a dire fate. Feel the taste of orient in this sumptuous and beguiling hidden object adventure.TRY IT FREE, THEN UNLOCK THE FULL ADVENTURE FROM WITHIN THE GAME!LAVISH EPIC ADVENTUREThe day of Mathab is coming to an end. During this time the aura of two moons forbids spellcasting, and the magic community must rely on previously enchanted artifacts. This year, the Academy was full of uncanny accidents which lead to the scrutinous investigation led by the mysteriously looking individual. On top of that, your sister vanishes under unclear circumstances. Unfortunately, it's just the beginning of a heap of troubles that you'll be facing in the far-off orient land!MYSTERY AND MAGIC FROM THE EASTWelcome to the fascinating, exotic world of Persian tales and legends. Tame mythical creatures called moonlings and meet other including the fabled simurgh, experiment with magic amulets, traverse through the Academy exploring all its secrets, and reveal who's behind all the atrocities!TRUE HIDDEN OBJECT JEWEL OF THE ORIENTGet ready for a highly immersive, enchanting adventure which brings to memory such classics as Aladdin and Arabian Nights, dealing with the orient theme in its own, unique way.Solving the mystery behind the accidents and saving sister rests upon your shoulders!• Enchanting orient adventure filled with magical creatures!• Search through the Academy in 16 hidden object puzzles!• Rack your brain with 25 riddles and minigames!• Track the culprit visiting over 42 wondrous locations!• Visit another dimension in the Bonus Chapter!+++ WE ARE HERE +++WWW: http://artifexmundi.comFACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/artifexmundiTWITTER: http://twitter.com/ArtifexMundiYOUTUBE: http://youtube.com/user/ArtifexMundiPINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/artifexmundiINSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/artifexmundi
"DO you?" persisted Miss Cornelia."I never knew Matthew very well; he was so shy we boys couldn't get acquainted with him--but I quite agree with you that Captain Jim is one of the rarest and finest souls God ever clothed in clay. He is so delighted over the fact that we have given his name to our small lad. It seems he has no other namesake."
There's a great change come over her lately. She laughs and jokes like a girl, and from her talk I gather she's here real often."