Escape Bathroom（MOD (Unlimited Stars, No ADS) v1.1.8）
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1、Alchademy Mod Alchademy v3.34.1 mod Features:Unconditional use of money.Join Foxy and her magical friends in the Alchademy! Mix SPOOKY ingredients and see what amazing things you'll create. Be sure to follow the CLUES around your cauldron. But not everything ends up creating something. So choose WISELY my apprentice... if you want to fill up your alchemy book!Oh, don't worry. Even your failures add up to something FUN!Soon your shelves will be full of curiosities and you'll get closer and closer to unlocking the next alchemy book for FREE and discovering even MORE new ingredients and creations! You can even unlock all of Foxy's alchemist pals and see which one is your FAVORITE!!! Mix and match alchemists and cauldrons to match your unique magical style ;-P
4、<p>This is a bit of a weird one, so bear with me. Remember Driver, the sort-of open world crime driving sim that saw you skidding around cities, avoiding the cops, and generally being an irresponsible citizen?</p><p>Well Ubisoft has just soft launched a new entry in the series in New Zealand and Australia. Except this time you're not driving a car. You're driving a boat. So more Boater than Driver I guess.</p><p>The game is called Driver Speedboat Paradise, and rather than piloting your boat around open cities, you're basically involved in races.</p><p>Occasionally you need to burst through police lines using a nitro boost though, so there's that.</p><p>There are a variety of races and time trials to sail through in the single player campaign mode, and it looks pretty nice I guess.</p><p>For some reason all I can think about is the Hulk Hogan-fronted TV show Thunder in Paradise. That also had boats in it and didn't really make any sense.</p><p>If you're interested in giving the game a go you can grab it right now for nothing if you live in Australia or New Zealand. We'll let you know when it goes live in the rest of the world as well.</p>TouchArcade
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- <p>The Pokemon Company's latest foray into the world of mobile games, Pokemon Cafe Mix, is now available for iOS, Android and Switch following its announcement at Pokemon Presents last week. It's a puzzle game where you'll look to serve a plethora of tasty treats to your Pokemon customers.</p><p>The game has been out since the early hours of the morning – UK time – and has already amassed 50,000 downloads on Google Play and reached the number two spot for puzzle games on the US App Store. The pull of the Pokemon franchise remains as strong as ever, evidently.</p><p>The aim of the puzzles found within the game is to link together various Pokemon icons, which are essentially cutesy pictures of their faces. Successfully mixing them together in a swirling motion will create various beverages and meals to serve to your Pokemon customers.</p><p>As your cafe continues to become more successful it will expand, with new tools, areas and menu items being introduced as you progress further. This means that more people will visit, meaning you're going to need more staff to help out. To do this you'll want to build up friendships with different Pokemon who will eventually join the team when you're close enough pals.</p><p>Each Pokemon staff member will have a special ability that will prove useful when tackling the game's many puzzles. On top of that, they'll also each have a speciality that can be matched to the dish or drink you're currently preparing for additional bonuses.</p>
- <p>Hackers have found a way to emulate the Nintendo 64 on the Switch, sharing shots of them playing Pokemon Stadium 2 and Mario Kart 64 via Twitter. This isn’t the first time the Switch has been exploited. We reported a few months back that the Nintendo Switch had been hacked via a security weakness in the console’s hardware. That means there’s little Nintendo can do to stop people from exploiting the system.</p><p><p>Pokémon Stadium 2 runs pretty well. pic.twitter.com/7r0cDG3gCl— Billy??CTcon (@_Mizumi) July 4, 2018 Since that information broke, there have been reports of players using the exploit to change their profile pictures to pornographic images in Super Mario Odyssey. This also raises questions over whether pirates will go on to distribute illegal copies of Nintendo Switch games.</p><p>Nintendo has taken measures to ensure that this doesn’t happen, banning consoles who engage in illicit activities. Likewise, the company is still able to easily distinguish between legitimate and pirated copies of their games, and can prevent players from accessing illegal games. This has had an impact on the modding community too, and it’s not terribly surprising that Nintendo’s grounds for banning players isn’t super clear. Pokemon modders ran into similar troubles on the 3DS even though they weren’t necessarily aware of breaking any defined rules.</p><p>It’s a sticky situation for sure, for both Nintendo and the user base. It’s certainly well worth keeping an eye on what will become of this Nintendo 64 emulator, and how the Switch hack will be handled in the future. </p>
- "What caused the trouble in our choir?" asked Gilbert, who was suffering from suppressed laughter.
<p>While they "whacked," Anne listened or dreamed. Sometimes Leslie went to the lighthouse with them, and she and Anne wandered along the shore in the eerie twilight, or sat on the rocks below the lighthouse until the darkness drove them back to the cheer of the driftwood fire. Then Captain Jim would brew them tea and tell them
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