"Oh, it doesn't seem right that I should be living to hear that," sighed Captain Jim. "But I'm heart-glad to see you. It's brought back my youth for a little while. You don't know yet what a boon THAT is. Mistress Blythe here has the trick--she does it quite often for me."
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<p>Time is limited. Apps are plentiful.</p><p>How can you make sense of the ever-increasing number of new games in the App Store? Well, by reading Pocket Gamer, of course. But we can't possibly cover everything, and there are some games that just don't fit in our wheelhouse.</p><p>Thankfully, our friends over at 148Apps are here to save the day. Take a look at some of the casual games that have caught the attention of the 148Apps team…</p><p>Cursed Treasure 2By Armor Games</p><p>"It's a dependable and fun tower defense game, but Cursed Treasure 2 lacks a certain original spark that would have truly made it special." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>SurfyBy DreamWalk Mobile</p><p>"Perform tricks and surf like crazy with Surfy." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Epic IslandBy Backflip Studios</p><p>"Colorful and not without potential, Epic Island is too slow going when it comes to offering up its wonders." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>Leaf on the WindBy Pangea Software</p><p>"Like an autumn wind, Leaf on the Wind feels pleasant enough most of the time - though some gusts are certain to frustrate you to no end." (Nadia Oxford)</p><p>Cupcake CarnivalBy DeNA</p><p>"Cupcake Carnival does all the right match-3 things but it's a format we've seen a little too often by now." (Jennifer Allen)</p><p>The StrongestBy Laboratory</p><p>"It’s only human nature that we all face a certain point in our lives when we just want to punch something. Anything." (George Fagundes)</p><p>Star NomadBy Halfgeek Studios</p><p>"Star Nomad will only appeal to the most hardcore space explorers." (Jordan Minor)</p><p>PartyrsBy Shelly Alon</p><p>"Partyrs makes party planning as fun as partying itself." (Jordan Minor))</p><p>All this, plus our take on Bendgate. Click on over to 148Apps now for app news, reviews, interviews, and more.</p>
"How did you know?" she cried. "Anne, how did you know? Oh, is it written in my face for everyone to see? Is it as plain as that?"<p>As I'm sure you've all heard by now, The Witness has just been announced for release on Xbox One after its previous PC and PlayStation 4 debut. In keeping with this Thekla Inc. have also kept us all informed about its mobile status.</p><p>According to IGN's article yesterday, The Witness is due out on Xbox One September 13th of this year however its iOS version only goes so far as it's apparently still in the works.</p><p>The Xbox version will be directly identical to the other versions but due to the difference in quality, Thekla Inc. stated "It's such a lower-end platform and we have to redo a ton of stuff."</p><p>I think we'll be holding our breaths for a good while yet. If you'd like to learn more about the iOS version check out a previous article written by the marvellous and magical Clement here. </p>
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