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1、At first Anne and Gilbert talked of going home to Avonlea for Christmas; but eventually they decided to stay in Four Winds. "I want to spend the first Christmas of our life together in our own home," decreed Anne.
2、"Those twins are real nice children," said Mrs. Rachel, when she was sure they were out of earshot. "Dora is so womanly and helpful, and Davy is developing into a very smart boy. He isn't the holy terror for mischief he used to be."<p>[This hands-on preview was written after playing the PC version of the game.]Cadence is the type of game I'd play when in need of some musical meditation, which is quite often these days, let me tell you.</p><p>It's a combination of abstract musical toy and audio-based puzzler. At its best, its soft concordant notes have it become something indescribably ethereal.</p><p>If you play it in the wrong mood, though, it risks being an irritating puzzle game that doesn't give you enough of a helping hand. It's a risk worth taking, I think.</p><p>At the centre of Cadence is the goal of achieving harmonious synchronisation. You're given a 3D diagram of nodes and can draw thick black, gloopy lines between them. It reminds me of the stringy blobs in World of Goo.</p><p>Early on, you learn that cone-shaped nodes direct sounds in the direction they're pointing. You have to keep that in mind when connecting the dots, as it were.</p><p>When ready, you hit the trigger and it sends out a note that bounces around your web. If you made the right connections a celestial audio loop plays forever. It also draws its shape infinitely into the space around it.</p><p>You move on to the next level only after you've absorbed all the pleasure this cadence has to offer.</p><p>Get it wrong, however, and either your sounds will collide and short circuit, or you'll blow up a couple of the nodes with the excess energy.</p><p>It's a game that you pick up quickly and will wonder where the challenge is to start off with; it's very simple. That doesn't matter too much as it's easy to get comfortable and enjoy it.</p><p>As you'd hope, though, more nodes are soon added: absorbing notes, splitting them up, bouncing them backwards, transferring them through portals.</p>
3、<p>A Summer's End - Hong Kong 1986 is a neon-soaked visual novel with one of the most stylish trailers seen so far this year. It's set to launch for PC late next month, though a mobile port has reportedly been confirmed. </p><p>You basically go through the entirety of the protagonist Michelle's summer in Hong Kong as she enters into a whirlwind romance with Sam. <p>We’re happy to announce A Summer’s End - Hong Kong 1986 Launch Trailer! pic.twitter.com/maWznk4Hed— ? A Summer’s End ?visual novel (@oracleandbone) March 13, 2020The game features visuals that match that of an anime from the 1980s or '90s, taking you back in time a bit. Even the music gives off a classic techno vibe that fits the game perfectly.</p><p>The trailer gives us a brief glimpse of the game's sense of style and an intro to Michelle and Sam's first meeting. There also appears to be a man involved in the tale. Perhaps this is another love interest? </p>VA-11 HALL-A Switch review - "A gorgeous, enthralling visual novel"<p>We may be looking at a potential love triangle story here, but that's purely speculation. If every piece of media feature a love triangle is to be believed, they have a tendency to end poorly for some, and sometimes all, of the participants. That said, there's nothing in the trailer that necessarily suggests that there will be the usual heated confrontations. </p><p>Keep in mind, though, that it's only a trailer. Plus, when there's love involved, there's passion, and when there's passion, there's drama. Only time will tell.</p><p>A Summer's End - Hong Kong 1986 doesn't have a release date for iOS and Android yet, but it is scheduled to launch for Steam on April 23rd. </p>Do you love storytelling in your video games? Well, you're in luck! Best check out the top 5 narrative games for iOS and Android"There's another world, you know, Susan."