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Captain Jim's small nephew Joe had come down to spend New Year's with his great-uncle, and had fallen asleep on the sofa with the First Mate curled up in a huge golden ball at his feet.
Update on February 24th at 10:21: The game has just popped out on the App Store a bit earlier than anticipated. You can already get it via this handy link.<p>Don't hesitate to leave your opinion of the game in the comments section below and check the trailer if you're not sure it's worth your time.</p><p>Prettygreat is still making good use of its name. Following the release of Land Sliders, a game we thought was pretty great, its now on the verge of releasing another game that is still about sliding things.</p><p>Prettygreat's talent is not that surprising though, as one of the developer comes from Halfbrick which made some great mobile classics.</p><p>In Slide the Shakes, you'll slide cocktails around, hoping that they'll reach their destination without spilling their contents everywhere.</p><p>It's looking pretty slick and it should quench your thirst when it releases this Thursday on iOS.</p>"Oh, will it NEVER end?" said Marilla; then she saw how grave the nurse and Doctor Dave looked, and she dared ask no more questions. Suppose Anne--but Marilla could not suppose it.
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<p>Disney Mobile has just released a small teaser for... something.</p><p>Just look at this 9 seconds video first:"Listen patiently to me, dear. I know just how you feel about it. I feel the same. But we've always known we would have to move some day."
The Two Frogs<p>We've decided that you need more information. Apple might have its own game of the day, but Apple wants you to spend money on anything - that's sort of the point of running a business. Here at Pocket Gamer, on the other hand, we just want you to play the very best mobile games all of the time. Bad mobile games are bad, and playing them may well upset you. That's why, every day from now on, we're going to let you know about one spectacular mobile game that you definitely should be playing.Lichtspeer</p><p>Our first game of the day is Lichtspeer, which is a game all about throwing spears at weird norse monsters. It's basically like an episode of Game of Thrones, except viewed through the psychedelic haze of the late 60s. Which is pretty awesome, if you ask us.</p><p>When we reviewed the game, our intrepid critic said "Lichtspeer is a brilliant, beguiling, and often chaotically stupid game. It's also one of the best things I've played on mobile for a good long while, and it's well worth picking up." He then gave it a shiny Gold Award, and those things do not grow on trees.</p>Click here and you can read our Lichtspeer review in its entirety<p>There's a simple drag and release mechanism to the play here that's a little reminiscent of Angry Birds. Rather than attacking stationary targets though, here you're trying to fight back waves of LSD-infused zombies, enormous giants, and more.</p>