The Fisherman and the Little Fish
Misfortune tests the sincerity of friends.The Tortoise and the Eagle
<p>The upcoming Darkside Detective, a point-and-click "micro-adventure" from DoomCube, has a new demo out.</p><p>It's playable in-browser on the game's website and features new music from its composer, Ben Prunty.</p><p>Prunty is perhaps best known for his work on the FTL: Faster Than Light soundtrack.</p><p>You can listen to Darkside Detective's main title theme on YouTube, or another track below.</p>
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Make your own beast
Men often bear little grievances with less courage than they do large misfortunes.
Storming her world with sorrow's wind and rain.
"Such beautiful ears, doctor, dear," interjected Susan with a relish.<p>Spinnner is a new game that might make you feel sick.</p><p>All you do is hold your iPhone or iPad in your hands (hold it tight!) and spin around 10 times on the spot as fast as you can.</p><p>It uses the gyroscope to measure each spin to give you an accurate time once you're finished.</p><p>And, each time you do perform a spin, the number on screen counts up, with each of them having their own brightly coloured personality. See them all dancing around below.</p><p>Aren't they wonderful?</p><p>You can play Spinnner solo or, if someone else has an iPhone nearby, you can compete against each other.</p><p>You can also see how you square up in the leaderboards.</p><p>I remember being a kid and spinning around on the spot, laughing as I fell over. I haven't done that for a while, but this morning, due to playing Spinnner, I did. For a moment there I became a kidult.</p><p>Spinnner is apparently aimed at 9 to 11 year olds, but anyone can play it and, most likely, enjoy it - especially if you have kids of your own to share it with.</p><p>You can purchase it for 79p / 99c on the App Store.</p>
"Who is attending to the light tonight, Captain Jim?" asked Doctor Dave.
"She's getting better slowly--but she has to work too hard," replied Gilbert.
Take all these similes to your own command,
Till thus he 'gan besiege me: "Gentle maid,
The Grasshopper and the OwlAnd knew the patterns of his foul beguiling;