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<p>Last week Pocket Gamer and AppSpy successfully launched the iOS #FreeGameFriday stream thanks to the help of five developers and thousands of viewers.</p><p>This week we're back with a vengeance, giving away another five absolutely tip-top titles, including releases from this week.</p><p>To get involved, just head over to our Twitch channel at 5pm BST / 9am Pacific this Friday, and make sure you're signed in to the chat room.</p><p>Fancy an extra shot at winning all five games at once? Well, you're in luck: just make sure you're following us on Twitch and retweet this very tweet:</p><p><p>#FreeGameFriday returns this Friday - tune in for the chance to win five premium iOS games! http://t.co/43v2XC1baS pic.twitter.com/GNv5rl6xo4— PocketGamer (@PocketGamer) May 27, 2015 We'll be revealing the five iOS games you can win this Thursday on Twitch during the Pocket Gamer Podcast, so be sure to pop along to find out what you could be going home with.</p><p>See you Friday!</p>
<p>Last week, we reported on Crescent Moon Games turning its older premium titles on Android into free to play games with ad support.</p><p>While those who had already paid the premium price for the games didn't get ads while playing, the move didn't prove popular at all.</p><p>"After the recent fiasco of going free with premium titles Neon Shadow and Mines of Mars - we have decided that it would be better to just launch separate free versions that are ad supported on Android from now on," Crescent Moon told us.</p><p>"Even after adding precautions so that previous buyers wouldn't be affected by the 'going free' we still offended a lot of people and would like to apologize for that."</p><p>As stated, moving forward, Crescent Moon will be launching free versions of its premium titles as standalone games while keeping the original version up.</p><p>This starts with the launch of the standalone free to play version of Crescent Moon's sci-fi action-RPG Exiles.</p><p>You can download it for free on Google Play right now but will get ads. It also has better controller support and more support for lower end Android devices.</p><p>If you don't want to play the game with ads then you can purchase the premium version of Google Play instead.</p>
<p>Amazon Game Studios has put its two horror games on sale for Halloween so you can spook yourself for cheap.</p><p>The first one is the Bronze Award-winning Til Morning's Light. In it, you have to help teenage girl Erica Page escape a haunting mansion before dawn.</p><p>If she doesn't get out in time she'll be turned into one of its ghosts.</p><p>The 2005 Xbox title Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath made its move to handhelds late 2012 with the Vita, and then iOS just last week.</p><p>Now, the cult classic is available to Android players through the Amazon Appstore. You can buy it for £3.99 / $5.99.</p><p>Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath puts you in control of The Stranger, a bounty hunter. The game is set in a Western-themed sci-fi universe.</p><p>Our review of the iOS port praised Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath as a "brilliant game" that's held back by flawed touch controls, concluding "Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath doesn't really work on iOS."</p><p>If that sounds like a minor complaint, you can check out Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath yourself on the Amazon Appstore.</p><p>Those looking for something a little bit different from their mobile RPGs will want to take note of Phantomgate: The Last Valkyrie, Netmarble’s all-new adventure that releases today for iOS and Android. Placing you in the role of a budding adventurer in search of your long-lost mother, as Astrid you’ll traverse lands and engage in unique turn-based battles in the bid to be successful.</p><p>Heavily inspired by both old folk fairytales and Norse mythology, these two concepts combine to create a world populated by small creatures known as ‘phantoms’. You gather these critters by thwarting any enemy standing in the way of your goal, building up your party so that you stand the greatest chance of winning when the time comes to enter turn-based combat. There are over 300 phantoms to collect in all – so get searching!</p><p>To celebrate the launch of Netmarble’s latest title, the company partnered with famed music producer Kurt Hugo Schneider and solo recording artist Macy Kate to create an all-new music video utilizing Phantomgate’s theme song. In addition, an instrumental rendition of the game’s theme composed by popular violinist Taylor Davis will be added to the game via an update at a later date. Fans can check out both music videos below:</p><p>· Phantomgate Netmarble (ft. Macy Kate, Kurt Hugo Schneider)</p>
<p>There’s no fighting over balls of string or terrorising local birds in Dear My Cat. That would be far too much stress. Instead, the anthropomorphic cats in this charming pet sim are all about taking it easy. They potter about, enjoying island life and each other’s company, fishing, napping, playing and chatting. As for you — their benevolent owner in the sky — your central task is making their floating islands pleasant and engaging places to be.</p><p>The latest update adds brand new content for you to play with. Halloween is just around the corner, so expect some adorably spooky arrivals, namely three new cats — two available to collect. These are no ordinary moggies. There is Isabella, whose ruby-red eyes, night-black fur and supercatural wiles suggests she’d be quite at home in a Transylvanian castle. Then there is Frankie with his distinctive bolt hat, whose slow speech and lumbering manner hides a keen mind and powerful paws. And finally, keep an eye to the sky for Moon Witch Pluto, whose preferred mode of travel is a flying broomstick.</p>kanpo.cc"But she is not free, Mr. Ford. And the only thing you can do is to go away in silence and leave her to her own life."
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A PHILOSOPHER witnessed from the shore the shipwreck of a vessel, of which the crew and passengers were all drowned. He inveighed against the injustice of Providence, which would for the sake of one criminal perchance sailing in the ship allow so many innocent persons to perish. As he was indulging in these reflections, he found himself surrounded by a whole army of Ants, near whose nest he was standing. One of them climbed up and stung him, and he immediately trampled them all to death with his foot. Mercury presented himself, and striking the Philosopher with his wand, said, "And are you indeed to make yourself a judge of the dealings of Providence, who hast thyself in a similar manner treated these poor Ants?'
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