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"Well, I may as well begin at the beginning and tell you everything straight through, so you'll understand it. As I said, Leslie's father was Frank West. He was clever and shiftless--just like a man. Oh, he had heaps of brains--and much good they did him! He started to go to college, and he went for two years, and then his health broke down. The Wests were all inclined to be consumptive. So Frank came home and started farming. He married Rose Elliott from over harbor. Rose was reckoned the beauty of Four Winds--Leslie takes her looks from her mother, but she has ten times the spirit and go that Rose had, and a far better figure. Now you know, Anne, I always take the ground that us women ought to stand by each other. We've got enough to endure at the hands of the men, the Lord knows, so I hold we hadn't ought to clapper-claw one another, and it isn't often you'll find me running down another woman. But I never had much use for Rose Elliott. She was spoiled to begin with, believe ME, and she was nothing but a lazy, selfish, whining creature. Frank was no hand to work, so they were poor as Job's turkey. Poor! They lived on potatoes and point, believe ME. They had two children--Leslie and Kenneth. Leslie had her mother's looks and her father's brains, and something she didn't get from either of them. She took after her Grandmother West--a splendid old lady. She was the brightest, friendliest, merriest thing when she was a child, Anne. Everybody liked her. She was her father's favorite and she was awful fond of him. They were `chums,' as she used to say. She couldn't see any of his faults--and he WAS a taking sort of man in some ways.
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<p>Though you might not think it, a lot can be achieved in just one minute. Making your bed, putting the kettle on, and oh, surviving the nuclear apocalypse apparently. This is the thinking behind Robot Gentlemen’s disaster-driven 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure, which has just arrived on Android, and challenges you to survive just 60 seconds at a time.</p><p>Placing you in the role of ho-hum family man Ted, things are suddenly thrown into disarray when you get word of an impending nuke heading for home. Your only chance at survival is to make many mad dashes through your procedurally generated house day-by day, the catch being that each supply search can only last 60 seconds. The pressure is on and many snap decisions need to be made.</p><p>Survive and you’ll get to tuck yourself safely away within your fallout shelter, whimsically dreaming away of the 1950s suburbia setting 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure places you in. Don’t rest for too long however, because new decisions await the following morning as the darkly comedic story starts to shape itself around you. All presented in a distinctly quirky hand-drawn art-style, what else are you going to do during the end of the world?</p><p>Think you’ve got what it takes to survive? 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure is available now for all Android devices.</p>
<p>The week might be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean we haven't saved time for another entry into our game of the day series. Every weekday here at Pocket Gamer we pick out a great mobile game that we think you should be playing - consider it our small gift to you.</p><p>Today we're going back to the start of one of our favourite modern franchises - Card Crawl. It's a brilliant game that set the tone for a change in the mobile card game genre, and we love it. What do you think? Is it the pinnacle of the series, or did its sequels improve on the formula? Make sure you let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article.</p><p>While we've got you, you should definitely click here to bookmark our game of the day hub - that way you're always going to be abreast of which titles have won the prestigious and definitely not less than a month old award.Card Crawl</p><p>There's something genuinely entertaining about Card Crawl - from its unique art style to its simple-but-in-depth mechanics, everything adds to the sense that this isn't just another identikit dungeon crawler. And it really isn't.</p>
<p>Gram Games has launched another neat title this week as the block-breaking, monster-fighting Bounzy! hits iOS.</p><p>
Updated at 16:36pm on August 5th: Papers, Please has made a speedy return to the App Store and is available for purchase once again.<p>We reached out to developer Lucas Pope to find out what had happened and he reassured us that everything was going to be okay.</p><p>"Thankfully it's nothing sinister. The Apple developer contracts were updated and awaiting my acceptance. Papers, Please was automatically removed from sale and set to "Pending Contract".</p><p>"I'm traveling out of the country so it took me a bit longer to notice the problem and sort everything out. The app should be available for sale again now."</p><p>And he's right - it is [download].</p><p>Updated at 12:01pm on August 5th: Papers, Please creator Lucas Pope revealed on Twitter to one enquirer why the game is not currently on the App Store.</p><p>"Seems I need to sort out some updated dev member contract thing. Should be back soon," Pope said</p><p>We'll keep an eye out for its return.</p>Original story follows...<p>It seems that the superb document thriller Papers, Please has gone missing from the App Store.</p><p>We're not sure exactly when this happened but we know it was recently. Nor do we know why it has disappeared.</p><p>We have reached out to the game's creator Lucas Pope to find out why. But right now, don't uninstall the game from your iPhone or iPad as you seemingly won't be able to re-download it.</p><p>Hopefully the game hasn't gone missing forever. That'd be a big shame, especially as we gave it a Gold Award in our review.</p><p>We called it a "thoughtful, fresh, and surprisingly fun game of observation and resource management," adding that "Papers, Please is one of the most distinctive games on any platform."</p><p>As soon as we hear anything from Pope we'll update the article to let you know what's going on. </p>
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