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3、<p>A new deck of cards has been added in a Flick Solitaire update.</p><p>Throughout October, Flick Solitaire has been commemorating Black History Month with special celebratory card decks designed by black artists from around the world. This week marks the final of their offerings, this time featuring a set of spooky Halloween inspired cards designed by Philadelphia based artist Rain Demetri.</p><p>Demetri is a creative who balances her freelance artist career with a job in construction as a carpenter, and her Monster Mayhem deck of cards designed specifically for Flick Solitaire feature ghoulish characters fit for any Halloween party. Spooky in-game effects also accompany this new update.</p><p>Flick Solitaire’s Black History Month festivities first took place at the start of the month with Jemila Green-Okoloba’s sweet baked deck, Best in Dough. The week after featured street pop inspired deck called Skull-duggery, created by Croydon artist Bareface. Then came a deck which featured inspiration faces from black history created by Giftie. Rain Demetri’s cards mark the final update to this month’s commemorative decks.</p><p>“October has been our busiest month yet. It’s a lot to juggle supporting the artists to meet deadlines for new deck launches but so much fun,” says Ian Masters, developer on Flick Solitaire. “It’s always good to see the finished artwork in-game. I’m excited for fans to see who’s up next. Our new decks show our celebrations aren’t stopping between now and New Year that’s for sure. We are only a tiny team at Flick Solitaire but a huge heart for our artists and their work.”</p><p>Players can now jump on Flick Solitaire and check out the ‘Artist of the Week’ feature showcasing the new cards by downloading the game from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android.</p>Read our list here to discover more card games available on iOS.
4、<p>We were fortunate to meet Felix Bohatsch at Gamescom to discuss Broken Rules' newest title, Old Man's Journey. Sadly my lips are sealed about a lot of the details we discussed so far but there're a few bits we can talk about.</p><p>The game's theme is "A games about life, loss, and hope." If any of you have ever seen a film or played a game with this message in it, you know it isn't always going to be a story filled with rainbows and sunshine. It's the best and worst thing about life, in that sense.</p><p>Old Man's Journey's innocence and simplicity of the story complements its almost children's book-like visual design as it uses contrasting cool and warm colours. It looks fairly linear but thanks to its vertical slice you can move those distant hills up and down to let your character progress through the level, all the while exploring the secrets around you.</p><p>Coming in 2017, it's still very early in the game's development. But watch this space as we wait for Broken Rules to reveal further details in the next couple of months. It's going to be good.</p>
- Find the name
- Works under you; and to your audit comes
- The Bat and the Weasels!
- And be not of my holy vows afraid.
– Stability improvements
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- Enter the game.