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"Frank West began to go down after Kenneth's death. He wasn't strong and it was a shock to him, because he was real fond of the child, though, as I've said, Leslie was his favorite. He got mopy and melancholy, and couldn't or wouldn't work. And one day, when Leslie was fourteen years of age, he hanged himself--and in the parlor, too, mind you, Anne, right in the middle of the parlor from the lamp hook in the ceiling. Wasn't that like a man? It was the anniversary of his wedding day, too. Nice, tasty time to pick for it, wasn't it? And, of course, that poor Leslie had to be the one to find him. She went into the parlor that morning, singing, with some fresh flowers for the vases, and there she saw her father hanging from the ceiling, his face as black as a coal. It was something awful, believe ME!"'His qualities were beauteous as his form,
Leslie shook her head.
And reigned commanding in his monarchy.
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<p>Kongregate is teaming up with CCP Games and PlayRaven to produce the first mobile game set in the EVE Online universe, EVE: War of Ascension. The game, which we had a chance to play at EVE Vegas 2017, was announced last year under the working title Project Aurora.</p><p>War of Ascension is a mobile MMO that’s full of all of the trappings that made the original EVE Online one of the most fascinating online experiences in recent memory. Explore the galaxy, form alliances, and scheme against your rivals as you compete to collect mysterious relics that will help you become the most powerful corporation in the galaxy.</p><p>CCP and PlayRaven designed the game to appeal to a wider audience while maintaining the spirit of EVE Online. Having played a pre-alpha build, we felt that the developers had done great work on that front, creating a game that’s easy to pick up and put down, but with plenty of room for strategy should you seek it out.</p><p>EVE: War of Ascension is slated for release later this year for iOS and Android.</p>
<p>Tall swaying palms, white sandy beaches and sparkling blue ocean… No, this isn’t a holiday brochure for the Maldives — this is the world of NetEase’s new MMORPG. Dawn of Isles swaps the genre’s typical mediaeval-fantasy setting for something a little more tropical and easy on the eye. Recently released on iOS and Android, this vibrant game is sure to be a hit with anyone seeking a light-hearted adventure on exotic shores. And there’s an unusual cross-over event to tempt you to these idyllic isles…</p><p>Ordinarily more at home in the forests of Japan’s Kumamoto prefecture, the iconic mascot Kumamon has wound up on these far-flung islands for one month only. The rosy-cheeked black bear, dreamt up in 2011, will appear in several in-game events including Greedy Glutton, Hide and Seek, and Banana Frenzy. You can unlock all this content by completing the special Kumamon quests, and – for the true fans – there are themed emojis, balloons and more to collect.</p><p>Although Kumamon will be safely home in Japan this time next month, there are plenty more reasons to explore Dawn of Isles – not least the gorgeous graphics. The world is as pretty as a picture, with cell-shaded, 3D environments, charming customisable character designs and pleasingly slick animations. Although visually it bucks the Diablo-clone trend, all your favourite RPG elements are present and correct, including questing, battling, crafting and some fun dialogue exchanges too. You can even capture, train and evolve your very own pets. </p><p>