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3、He is not to be trusted as a friend who mistreats his own family.<p>Spot It! Duel is an intriguing match-stuff puzzler based on the popular Dobble board game. And it's set to launch worldwide on the App Store tomorrow, June 28th.</p><p>The game features a number of different modes, but the core of the play is all about matching things. Arena mode sees you taking on players from around the world. You've got a disc of symbols, they've got a disc of symbols, and there's a third disc of symbols you need to match with.</p><p>You can collect different Dobbles, the podgy stars of the show, and each of them has a different power they can use to change the swing of play. Some add extra symbols, others slow time. It's all about experimenting and seeing which character works for you.</p><p>There's also a Challenge mode that lets you play on your own. Here you can smash through the classic Dobble experience, as well as trying out different variations of solo play.</p><p>Spot It! Duel will land on the App Store tomorrow. Keep your eye on Pocket Gamer and TableTap for a review and some hints and tips in the coming days.</p>
4、<p>Earlier this year, PlayPlayFun and FredBear Games released their stylishly presented adventure game Shadow of Naught for iOS and Android. Now, they've announced that it will also be available to play through Google Play Pass.</p><p>It joins the likes of Card Quest and Replica, which have also recently been added to the service. Google Play Pass currently costs £4.99 per month or £29.99 per year here in the UK with up to five other family members able to share the same account.</p>
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3、The splendor of color which had glowed for weeks along the shores of Four Winds Harbor had faded out into the soft gray-blue of late autumnal hills. There came many days when fields and shores were dim with misty rain, or shivering before the breath of a melancholy sea-wind--nights, too, of storm and tempest, when Anne sometimes wakened to pray that no ship might be beating up the grim north shore, for if it were so not even the great, faithful light whirling through the darkness unafraid, could avail to guide it into safe haven.