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"Yes, we are, dearie. Thank goodness, we can choose our friends. We have to take our relatives as they are, and be thankful if there are no penitentiary birds among them. Not that I've many-- none nearer than second cousins. I'm a kind of lonely soul, Mrs. Blythe."
<p>It feels like we've been waiting on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for ages (though it's only been a month). Still, the wait's almost over, friends, as earlier today Nintendo announced that it's on the way. <p>Have you heard the news? Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be coming to mobile devices worldwide on 11/22! #PocketCamp pic.twitter.com/jShJwDgnls— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 20, 2017 In October the internet went absolutely bananas over the sudden announcement of Animal Crossing's mobile debut, though it didn't turn out to be the game we expected. In Pocket Camp you'll play as a camp manager, nip around the island, gather resources, and help out potential new anthropomorphic friends.</p><p>You'll use the resources gathered/earned to build up furniture and decorate your camp accordingly to attract the locals, and maybe a few human friends along the way.</p><p>Here at Pocket Gamer we've had a good play of the game and it is utterly adorable. We've also cracked out a few guides and tips and tricks so you'll be totally ready to start with a bang come launch day. You can read those and more in our ultimate collection here.</p><p>Speaking of launch day, we'll be able to get our grabby mitts on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on iOS and Android November 22nd.</p>
<p>Wow, if there's one thing that makes you realise how fast the year goes by it's looking back at old posts. We first found out that Professor Layton and the Curious Village was headed to iOS in May 2018 and now we're even closer to getting it.<p>Professor Layton and the Curious Village is coming to iOS ?? #NintendoStay tuned for more info. pic.twitter.com/UjE7fo28DQ— App Store (@AppStore) September 9, 2018 By that I mean we're closer to getting it in the west, of course. In June the game popped up on the App Store in Japan, but with no further mention of a worldwide release we just had to sit and wait. On the App Store's Twitter yesterday, however, we got the green light to get excited once again.</p><p>Professor Layton and the Curious Village originally cropped up on the DS 11 years ago, this HD mobile edition will feature better visuals, better audio, and more elements. Plus, we already know that the story will be cracking good fun, I just hope we love it as much as Layton's Mystery Journey.</p><p>What's promising is that when the game launched in Japan, it dropped on iOS and Android at the same time. Let's hope this happens again for us too.</p>Mushroom adventure(MOD) MOD APK
Feeling it break, with bleeding groans they pine,
With twisted metal amorously empleached,
"I am sure he did see it," said Anne earnestly.
"Frank West began to go down after Kenneth's death. He wasn't strong and it was a shock to him, because he was real fond of the child, though, as I've said, Leslie was his favorite. He got mopy and melancholy, and couldn't or wouldn't work. And one day, when Leslie was fourteen years of age, he hanged himself--and in the parlor, too, mind you, Anne, right in the middle of the parlor from the lamp hook in the ceiling. Wasn't that like a man? It was the anniversary of his wedding day, too. Nice, tasty time to pick for it, wasn't it? And, of course, that poor Leslie had to be the one to find him. She went into the parlor that morning, singing, with some fresh flowers for the vases, and there she saw her father hanging from the ceiling, his face as black as a coal. It was something awful, believe ME!"