<p>The Gold Award-winning spacey adventure Incoboto is one of our favourite iPad games. So we're very interested in what Fluttermind, its creator, is working on next.</p><p>It just so happens that recently Fluttermind has been sharing some intriguing screenshots from its upcoming game BeMuse.</p><p>Unfortunately, information about BeMuse is not easy to come by. In fact, most of the information we have on it is from two years ago. But there's enough of it to pull us into its mystery.</p><p>Back in 2013, when work on BeMuse was just beginning, Fluttermind director Dene Carter described what he was going for with BeMuse.</p><p>"This is not going to be a game. This is a world, first and foremost," he wrote in Fluttermind's forums.</p><p>This world is one that houses demons that are designed to inspire awe while also being cute. In fact, Carter jokingly described the world as "as a mash up of 'Hello Kitty' and 'The Exorcist'."</p><p>Adding to this, BeMuse was said to have Animal Crossing's "'Things change over time' aspect, and sense of place." It will also have "Incoboto's tactile movement, harsh lighting and brooding atmosphere," as well as "Kairo's sense of mystery."</p><p>Carter also said that BeMuse would feature a lot more exploration than Incoboto. The main idea, it seems, is to hunt down secrets that are tied to the demons scattered throughout the world.</p><p>You'll be told the number of secrets at the start of the world and from then on will be told how many you've discovered. The number of these secrets will increase as Fluttermind adds them over time, once the game is initially released.</p><p>Further, Carter also said that he'll also build a bunch of "really weird, spooky stuff" for the game but won't activate it right away.</p><p>Instead, he plans on letting people spread rumours about what they've seen around the world, and what they think is going on in its back story.</p><p>Carter will be watching out for these conversations with the intention of altering the game's content to make some of these rumours closer to truth.</p><p>So, it seems Fluttermind will be playing some mind games with us. It's certainly an interesting idea, and the studio could definitely pull off something like that. Let's hope it all makes it into the final game.</p><p>Speaking of which, BeMuse should hopefully be with us soon. It's been a couple of years now so it must be ripening up by now.</p><p>We'll let you know of any more news about BeMuse we hear. In the meantime, follow Fluttermind on Twitter for updates.</p>
2、Update on June 15 at 15:30: Frantic Shooter is now out on iOS. You can get it here. An Android version should come tomorrow.<p>Don't you like it when the title of a game immediately describes its gameplay? Frantic Shooter is just that, a frantic, extremely fast-paced shooter that's coming next week, on June 16th for both iOS and Android.</p><p>It's published by Bulkpix and developed by PixelRatio and it's actually really impressive in motion (I'd recommend watching it in 60fps):</p>biologicalunhappiness.comYou must need to know the many thrilling functions of a car’s engine for better optimization of your vehicles, like engine swaps and engine upgrades. Even you could explore much further with turbo kit and turbo kit upgrade function. To be a great racer, you must also understand the physics and mechanics of the car, learn all essential functions and be a master mechanic racer.
3、<p>If you've been following Warhammer Quest 2 on the internet for a while now, you'll know people are pretty stroked for it. Yesterday however Stately Play opened up a whole new world of detail as they spoke to Ben Murch (co-founder of Perchang) about the upcoming dungeon crawler.</p><p>It's a pretty lengthy interview, but there are a few points raised that really make me even more excited about its release.</p><p><p>Kemco released Dead Dragons on Android on January 19th 2014. An iOS version was supposed to arrive in summer 2014 but it didn't.</p><p>Oh well, better late than never, I suppose, as Dead Dragons is now finally available on iOS as of today.</p><p>It follows a guy called Will as he discovers that dragons weren't wiped out one hundred years ago as the tales tell.</p><p>Will wants to kill the dragons anyway, but a mysterious girl called Shikina helps him realise the connection between dragons and humans.</p><p>While the story may be slightly odd, it's the turn-based battling system that sticks out in Dead Dragons.</p><p>In particular, it has a "Rotation" option that has the characters in your party alternative between who is on the frontline.</p>
4、"That's a true word, dearie. Some are grown up when they're born, and others ain't grown up when they're eighty, believe ME. That same Mrs. Roderick I was speaking of never grew up. She was as foolish when she was a hundred as when she was ten."
1、ON THE SAND BAR
2、"Ulysses? I've read of him. Yes, that's just how I feel--jest how all us old sailors feel, I reckon. I'll die on land after all, I s'pose. Well, what is to be will be. There was old William Ford at the Glen who never went on the water in his life, 'cause he was afraid of being drowned. A fortune-teller had predicted he would be. And one day he fainted and fell with his face in the barn trough and was drowned. Must you go? Well, come soon and come often. The doctor is to do the talking next time. He knows a heap of things I want to find out. I'm sorter lonesome here by times. It's been worse since Elizabeth Russell died. Her and me was such cronies."
3、He who shares the danger ought to share the prize.