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2、<p>Sega has announced that Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice won't be coming out this year after all. You can expect it come out on 3DS in 2016 instead.</p><p>In an announcement on its blog, Sega said that Fire & Ice needs some extra time and polish before it will be ready to face the public.</p><p>Probably a good decision given the terrible reviews of Sonic Boom: Rise of the Lyric on Wii U last year - the game that Fire & Ice is a sequel to.</p><p>Sega also said that the benefits of this delay "will be a stronger, more enjoyable experience." And added that it "think[s] that's important, not just for this one game, but for all future Sonic titles."Tiles Hop: EDM Rush(Mod)
3、Duet Mod Duet mod v3.17 (unlocked) Features:UnlockedPurchased the full version.Enter a mesmerising trance of co-dependence in Duet. The rules are simple: control two vessels in sync, survive against all odds and keep calm.Selected for the PAX Prime, PAX East & PAX Australia Indie ShowcasesMobile Game of the Year 2013 - KotakuBest Games of 2013 - The New Yorker4.5/5 - Touch Arcade4.5/5 - 148 Apps4.5/5 - App Smile4/5 - App Spy"...few other games are as fun when you succeed." -- The New Yorker"It feels as designed as a raindrop, and just as perfect." -- Ben Kuchera, Polygon"Duet does what the best video games do." -- Kotaku"Highly Recommended." -- Penny Arcade Report"Duet looks hard as nails. And I love it." -- Touch Arcade"Duet is a must-have." -- 148 Apps"Shiel's soundtrack ... is as innovative as the game it scores." -- Jake Cleland, The Vine"Your eyes, ears, and thumbs were built to perform this Duet together." -- Indie Games"...Duet's plaintive and melancholic aesthetic imbues it with a sense of the profound." -- CVG"But while the aesthetic of Duet is familiar, the gameplay is all new." -- Pocket Gamer"It looks positively mind bending, and also, a really good time." -- App SpyYour survival is dependent on protecting two vessels - they are devices in sync, a dance and song between two entities tethered together in symbiosis. Feel edge of your seat terror where the world around you becomes quiet and numb as all that matters is the game living between your palms -- that is Duet.% EIGHT CHAPTERSExperience eight chapters of deceptive narrative and nerve-twisting gameplay. Replay any stage to perfect your movements and unlock over 25 achievements. This is a game that will test you. Unlock the Survival mode, Daily Challenges and four additional chapters of bonus challenges.% PERFECT GAMEPLAYWith air tight controls and gameplay that’s tuned to perfection Duet provides the perfect balance between challenge and pure gaming satisfaction. Touch either side of the screen to twist your vessels and avoid everything in your path. Remember: even that which begins simple can end complex.% HYPNOTIC AUDIOAn outstanding handcrafted soundtrack by Melbourne composer and Gotye multi-instrumentalist Tim Shiel. Nine unique and mesmerizingly beautiful compositions ensure an immersive experience for you at every step of your journey.% FULLY FEATURED- Full Google Play Game Services sync support - sync your progress across all your devices.- Phones and Tablet support - play everywhere.- Compete with Google Play Game Services across the Survival mode and Daily Challenges leaderboards.% GO PREMIUMDuet is free to download and play with some advertisements between gameplay. However, you may pay a once-off in-app purchase to unlock “Duet Premium”. This will remove all advertisements from the game, unlock Survival mode for endless score chasing delight, the Daily Challenges feature and four bonus challenge chapters. You will also help support more independent development of video games.% ABOUT KUMOBIUSSelected for the Indie Showcase at PAX Aus and a finalist in both Game Design and Audio for the Freeplay Festival. This is another award-winning title from the team behind Time Surfer & Bean’s Quest. We call Duet a “Hex-like” in honour of Terry Cavanagh’s contribution to the medium of games and exploration of genres.% ABOUT TIM SHIELTim Shiel is a composer/producer based in Melbourne. Tim is known to some as Faux Pas, the moniker under which he released a steady stream of constantly shifting electronic music for many years. He is also known for his work as a broadcaster at Melbourne independent radio station 3RRR FM, and for his recent role as multi-instrumentalist in Gotye's live band. % SUPPORT Say [email protected] we’d love to hear from you! And follow us on Twitter: @kumobius
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3、We all love driving, and that’s final because it gives us more pleasure than anything as we can freely interact with the natural ingredients of the environment and control the pace of life. It feels like we have mastered the time. So we ridiculously love the form of driving in many categories of vehicles, and that’s too without many uplifted features and functions covered and offered by individual car manufactures."It IS an ugly word," said Anne, laughing. "Avonlea graveyard was full of old tombstones `sacred to the memory of So-and-So, RELICT of the late So-and-So.' It always made me think of something worn out and moth eaten. Why is it that so many of the words connected with death are so disagreeable? I do wish that the custom of calling a dead body `the remains' could be abolished. I positively shiver when I hear the undertaker say at a funeral, `All who wish to see the remains please step this way.' It always gives me the horrible impression that I am about to view the scene of a cannibal feast."