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<p>One tap could mean the difference between self-defense and homicide in Dead Run, an infinite runner by Twoplus Games.</p><p>You can buy it on iOS for 69p / 99c, or demo it for free in a web browser.</p><p>Dead Run does the running for you.</p><p>All you need to do is tap to take out the enemies in your path, while staying mindful of who is and isn't a zombie.</p><p>You do this with either a baseball bat or a shotgun, which you have limited shells for.</p><p>Saving humans by passing them by and letting them tag along sometimes earns you more ammo.</p><p>There are no second chances in Dead Run, though. Accidentally take out a human, or have a run-in with a zombie, and it's game over.</p><p>Check out the launch trailer for Dead Run below.</p><p>Queen's Wish: The Conqueror was announced earlier this year following a successful Kickstarter campaign where it raised three times its initial goal. Now, following the release on Steam in September it will be heading to iOS devices on December 4th.</p><p>Since it's release on Steam it has received a fairly positive reception, so clearly people are enjoying the throwback to 80s style RPGs and a market for it definitely remains. It's not too surprising though given that this is what the developer, Spiderweb Software is known for having developed the Avernum series previously.</p><p>Their latest endeavour Queen's Wish is set in a land called Haven. Your story begins after your mother banishes you from the kingdom and challenges you to prove yourself worthy by reconquering Haven's lost colonies that are overrun with rebels. It's definitely a very extreme example of tough love, no doubt.</p>
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"Anne," said Leslie, breaking abruptly a short silence, "you don't know how GOOD it is to be sitting here with you again--working-- and talking--and being silent together."<p>Our ten day free-game advent calendar bonanza may have come to an end, but we're still going to be using the days up until Christmas to point you in the direction of some games that are always free and are always worth your time.</p>CHAPTER 1
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"I understand now why some men must go to sea," said Anne. "That desire which comes to us all at times--`to sail beyond the bourne of sunset'--must be very imperious when it is born in you. I don't wonder Captain Jim ran away because of it. I never see a ship sailing out of the channel, or a gull soaring over the sand-bar, without wishing I were on board the ship or had wings, not like a dove `to fly away and be at rest,' but like a gull, to sweep out into the very heart of a storm."In this gaming world of the modern age, you can explore every genre and opportunity of real life in a simulated way. There are many ways to fulfill those desires of yours, and one of them is through games. Nowadays, games are there for every zone, and even multiple subsections of each category can be explored in the gaming era. All the types of the glamour industry are available through millions of games of each genre.
A PHILOSOPHER witnessed from the shore the shipwreck of a vessel, of which the crew and passengers were all drowned. He inveighed against the injustice of Providence, which would for the sake of one criminal perchance sailing in the ship allow so many innocent persons to perish. As he was indulging in these reflections, he found himself surrounded by a whole army of Ants, near whose nest he was standing. One of them climbed up and stung him, and he immediately trampled them all to death with his foot. Mercury presented himself, and striking the Philosopher with his wand, said, "And are you indeed to make yourself a judge of the dealings of Providence, who hast thyself in a similar manner treated these poor Ants?'