In the small orb of one particular tear!
1、<p>It's the future, Earth is in ruins, and a dimensional rift has allowed hostile creatures to creep between worlds. You're a member of a crew tasked with setting up a mining camp to harvest Delirium, a powerful mineral with paranormal properties.</p><p>The problem is - most of your crew is missing, your base isn't built, and you're not alone... So begins Deliria, a short slice of sci-fi for mobile developed by Eldritch Games and released earlier this year.</p><p>Gameplay involves wandering alien landscapes, building up the defence of your base camp, and taking on the shadowy monsters that aren't too happy about your arrival on Dimension LG7.</p><p>Though you can't wield a plasma rifle yourself, you can hire mercenaries to fight for you. You can also heal those injured in combat, and harness mysterious powers from artefacts.</p>
2、A VERY SKILLFUL BOWMAN went to the mountains in search of game, but all the beasts of the forest fled at his approach. The Lion alone challenged him to combat. The Bowman immediately shot out an arrow and said to the Lion: "I send thee my messenger, that from him thou mayest learn what I myself shall be when I assail thee." The wounded Lion rushed away in great fear, and when a Fox who had seen it all happen told him to be of good courage and not to back off at the first attack he replied: "You counsel me in vain; for if he sends so fearful a messenger, how shall I abide the attack of the man himself?'It's a challenge to spread the InuYasha IP.
3、In bloodless white and the encrimsoned mood-
1、<p>With The Wind's prettiness has overrided my need to make bum gas jokes out of its title (whoops).</p><p>It actually has the brightly coloured 3D look of, say, Oceanhorn. It's close-ish, I'd say.</p><p>Beyond its looks, With The Wind is a puzzle game about collecting bags of wind for your dad. Your dad, it so happens, is Aeolus, Ruler of Winds - which is what I also call my dad after he's eaten dinner.</p><p>As his Aeolus's daughter, you also have the power of wind at your hand. It manifests as the wind blowing in the direction that you move.</p><p>The game itself is played on grid-based levels. You need to use your wind power to manipulate the environment to reach each bag of wind.</p><p>So, every time you step in a direction, the wind also blows in that direction. And as you can see in the gif, this might push a block into a hole and out of your way.</p><p>It's a fairly neat idea, I think. There will, of course, be plenty more uses of wind than this, but they are yet to be revealed.</p><p>Developer Twirlbound reckons that With The Wind will be coming to iOS in early 2015. Keep checking its website for more updates.</p>Thanks Christian V.The Wolf and the Housedog