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4、<p>The “Indie Gaming Village” at Apps World North America earlier this week was indeed a village compared to the rest of the bustling convention.</p><p>To even find it, you had to wade through a dense expo floor packed with booths advertising app analytics services and monetization solutions.</p><p>Sure enough, though, there it was: a small corner on the second floor of San Francisco’s Moscone West convention center, housing a modest selection of phone and tablet games either recently released or up and coming.</p><p>Here were a few of my favorites:</p><p>Sleep Furiously<p>Microids just dropped the news that they'd be publishing fan-favourite Syberia on the Nintendo Switch later this year, and I'm sure I'm not the only one excited for it. <p>???? @Syberia available October 20 on #NintendoSwitchMicroïds is happy to reveal the trailer of the adventure video game?? #Syberia pic.twitter.com/fRuYSH5EK3— Microïds Official (@Microids_off) September 6, 2017 In Syberia you play as Kate Walker, a young New York attorney, as she's sent from her firm to the small French village of Valadilène. What should have been a simple trip, however, throws her life into disarray as she travels across Europe in an attempt to track down Hans, a genius inventor.</p><p>Explore various different countries and locations, solve perplexing puzzles, wrap yourself up in its deep story, and the best part of all - play it anywhere in handheld or table mode.</p><p>Syberia launches on October 20th this year, with Syberia 2 and 3 also on the cards. We'll keep you updated.</p>
1、<p>This week's new Apple Arcade release is an interesting little game called The Lullaby of Life that aims to lift its players' spirits in novel ways.</p><p>Hailing from developer 1 Simple Game, based in Jalisco, Mexico, this one's perhaps best described as a music-driven puzzle adventure where you'll work to re-energise a long-dormant universe.</p><p>You play as BomBo, a strange creature whose small tunes can light up the world around him, returning music, colour, and life to his surroundings by precisely timing his musical notes. It sounds and looks very pleasant, and I'm quite excited to try it myself when it arrives on Apple Arcade later today.</p><p>Beyond a Steel Sky, Creaks, and Necrobarista are certainly hard acts to follow, but The Lullaby of Life seems so completely different to any of those that comparisons aren't at all fair. Still, Apple Arcade has been on a wonderful roll recently, so it'd be great to see The Lullaby of Life continue that upwards trend.</p><p>You'll find it available for download later today from the App Store, though given the fact that it's an Apple Arcade release, you'll of course need an active subscription to play. That'll set you back $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year.</p><p>I'm curious to see when Apple's change of direction for the service will become apparent in its (almost) weekly games. The last several releases have all been narrative-driven games that don't necessarily lend themselves well to the high-retention models and regular updates of, say, Grindstone or Sneaky Sasquatch.</p>Searching for more top-quality puzzle games? Here are 25 of the very best for iPhone & iPad
3、"That is what I have often thought, Mrs. Doctor, dear, and a great comfort it is. I do not mind nobody wanting me if the Almighty decreed it so for His own wise purposes. But sometimes doubt creeps in, Mrs. Doctor, dear, and I wonder if maybe the Old Scratch has not more to do with it than anyone else. I cannot feel resigned THEN. But maybe," added Susan, brightening up, "I will have a chance to get married yet. I often and often think of the old verse my aunt used to repeat: