A fortnight later Leslie Moore came home alone to the old house where she had spent so many bitter years. In the June twilight she went over the fields to Anne's, and appeared with ghost-like suddenness in the scented garden.Like unshorn velvet, on that termless skin,
<p>Rather than starting off the day with negative Switch news, let's look at something pretty neat. A new service called ColorWare lets you customise the colour of your Nintendo Switch, never mind grey.</p><p>The Neon version of the Switch provides a lovely splash of colour on an otherwise dull machine, but ColorWare lets you go several steps further. From customising the left and right Joy-Cons, the main body, and the kickstand, right through to colouring the little logo at the back, it's got you covered.</p><p>You can choose betweens mattes and metallics and for an extra fee you can even get your dock painted from its original dark grey/black.</p><p>Sadly it's not a service that works with used Switch consoles, so if you want to take advantage of ColorWare you'd have to buy the Switch as well as the colour. This collectively costs about $400 and an extra $50 for the dock, and that's before postage and shipping.</p><p>But, it's a bit of fun and a way to brighten up your console if you fancy it and have the cash to spare. Check out the website now.</p>An idea whisked through Anne's brain with a suddenness that made her jump. But she did not utter it, for they had reached the Moore house. As they entered the yard Leslie came out on the veranda from the side door, peering through the gloom for some sign of her expected guest. She stood just where the warm yellow light flooded her from the open door. She wore a plain dress of cheap, cream-tinted cotton voile, with the usual girdle of crimson. Leslie was never without her touch of crimson. She had told Anne that she never felt satisfied without a gleam of red somewhere about her, if it were only a flower. To Anne, it always seemed to symbolise Leslie's glowing, pent-up personality, denied all expression save in that flaming glint. Leslie's dress was cut a little away at the neck and had short sleeves. Her arms gleamed like ivory-tinted marble. Every exquisite curve of her form was outlined in soft darkness against the light. Her hair shone in it like flame. Beyond her was a purple sky, flowering with stars over the harbor.
Found yet moe letters sadly penned in blood,Tavernier(Beta)Which, like a cherubin, above them hovered.
A HOUND, who in the days of his youth and strength had never yielded to any beast of the forest, encountered in his old age a boar in the chase. He seized him boldly by the ear, but could not retain his hold because of the decay of his teeth, so that the boar escaped. His master, quickly coming up, was very much disappointed, and fiercely abused the dog. The Hound looked up and said, "It was not my fault. master: my spirit was as good as ever, but I could not help my infirmities. I rather deserve to be praised for what I have been, than to be blamed for what I am."A MAN committed a murder, and was pursued by the relations of the man whom he murdered. On his reaching the river Nile he saw a Lion on its bank and being fearfully afraid, climbed up a tree. He found a serpent in the upper branches of the tree, and again being greatly alarmed, he threw himself into the river, where a crocodile caught him and ate him. Thus the earth, the air, and the water alike refused shelter to a murderer.
What I should do again for such a sake.And knew the patterns of his foul beguiling;
<p>IMakeGames is trying something slightly different with its exploratory 2D platformer Nubs' Adventure by releasing it as an "Early Access" title on Google Play [download].</p><p>You may not see this as being much different from the many soft-launch titles we get on iOS and Android. And it's not, for the most part.</p><p>However, games that are soft-launched are mainly done so in order to test features and get player feedback.</p><p>Early Access games also have this purpose. But the difference that comes with using this term is that it also has monetary implications.</p><p>Early Access has been popularised recently by its coinage on Steam. It's a part of the digital PC game store specifically for unfinished but playable games.</p><p>People can purchase an Early Access game, usually at a lower price than the finished version, and get instant access to it.</p><p>The Nubs' Adventure Early Access is similar to this except it is free to download. So what makes this Early Access and not just another soft-launch game? IMakeGames explained it to us:</p><p>"What I think makes the game especially noteworthy is the way I try to gauge people's interest and fund its future development: inside the game, you find a little impersonation of myself and you can buy me a "virtual" coffee by spending a little real-world money (~1 dollar). Essentially, this is my way of doing crowd-funding!"</p><p>Call it what you will, it's unusual for a mobile game studio to raise funds for a game in this way.</p><p>And with people becoming increasingly tired of Kickstarter and other crowdfunding efforts for upcoming games, perhaps we'll see more Early Access titles on mobile in the future.</p><p>At least with Early Access titles you get something to play, unlike past Kickstarter projects that have crumbled after taking peoples' money.</p><p>We'll have to see if this catches on. What do you say: would you purchase an unfinished mobile game to help fund its development and offer feedback?</p>
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