1、The thing we have not, mast'ring what not strives,Harm seek. harm find.
3、<p>Some of you may be following Adriaan and co. on Twitter already but for those that aren't, the teaser for their upcoming game Hidden Folks has finally been released and it's just adorable.</p><p>Hidden Folks is a game a bit like Where's Waldo? (or Where's Wally?, to you fellow British folks), only we're not looking for that iconic red-and-white striped hat. No, the game is utterly devoid of colour, favouring a simple aesthetic by using just black and white to set their scenes.</p><p>Rather than searching for your characters on a static page the scenes are alive, and sometimes you've got to look a little bit closer to find what you're looking for. You can open hatches, tent flaps, dig holes, press buttons, and much more.</p><p>The reason you have to pay attention to this game is that it's utterly charming. From its use of simple design, its variety of themes, its use of interactive animation, and the use of man-made sound; no seriously, the sound effects are all human. This reminds me so much of my current favourite game, Burly Men at Sea, that I couldn't resist it.</p><p>Watch the trailer below or check out the game's official website here. It's so far slated to release in early 2017 on iOS, Steam, and Apple TV for a 'just right' price.</p><p>With the indie game scene booming on websites like itch.io, it might be hard to take a look at every game that comes out every day on top of what's already pouring out on iOS and Android.</p><p>I'm still glad I got to check out There You Go though, as it's a fun-filled puzzler with some neat elements that are really well made. It's a bit like a mini The Room as it takes places in small rooms and you need to use everything that's in there to solve the different puzzles that are popping up.</p><p>It seems deceivingly simple at first but ends up having puzzles in multiple rooms at the same time. It's short, sweet and free and you can get it right now on Android.</p><p>I'm really hoping that we see more of this as I loved my time in this little world.</p>
1、Would yet again betray the fore-betrayed,
3、In early June, when the sand hills were a great glory of pink wild roses, and the Glen was smothered in apple blossoms, Marilla arrived at the little house, accompanied by a black horsehair trunk, patterned with brass nails, which had reposed undisturbed in the Green Gables garret for half a century. Susan Baker, who, during her few weeks' sojourn in the little house, had come to worship "young Mrs. Doctor," as she called Anne, with blind fervor, looked rather jealously askance at Marilla at first. But as Marilla did not try to interfere in kitchen matters, and showed no desire to interrupt Susan's ministrations to young Mrs. Doctor, the good handmaiden became reconciled to her presence, and told her cronies at the Glen that Miss Cuthbert was a fine old lady and knew her place.