1、<p>Well that was a hell of a Direct. Not one of my predictions came true (apart from a stray dream of Captain Toad DLC, nice), and it all wrapped up with The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening getting a shiny new 3D remake on Switch.</p><p>It looks like the same weird game from yesteryear - Link facing off against his regular enemies in top-down dungeons and the like, mixed with random cameos of Mario enemies. But this time it's got a lick of paint, and you can play it in glorious HD.</p><p>There's not much more info than that at the moment - all we know is that it's due out sometime in 2019. We'll keep you posted as we learn more over the next year, of course.</p><p>26 years after its original release, The Legend of #Zelda: Link's Awakening will be reborn as a new experience for #NintendoSwitch later this year! #NintendoDirect pic.twitter.com/2wsdTAVn8R— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) February 13, 2019
2、For feasts of love I have been called unto,Defend the planet<p>Colibri Games' creations are always lovely to look at. The Tiny Bang Story was already a gorgeous adventure game, even if it lacked something in the gameplay department.</p><p>Today, Colibri Games has released its newest adventure called Abandoned: The Underground City. In it, you'll search for your brother in multiple parallel worlds that have all been left empty after a mysterious discovery.</p><p>You'll need to explore different locations and solve puzzles in the hope of resolving that mystery and finding your brother.</p><p>It's looking both intriguing and gorgeous as always and you can try get it now on the App Store for £0.79.</p>
1、A WOLF, having stolen a lamb from a fold, was carrying him off to his lair. A Lion met him in the path, and seizing the lamb, took it from him. Standing at a safe distance, the Wolf exclaimed, "You have unrighteously taken that which was mine from me!" To which the Lion jeeringly replied, "It was righteously yours, eh? The gift of a friend?'
2、'"Look here what tributes wounded fancies sent me,<p>Pokemon Go trainers will soon be able to transfer their collections over to Pokemon Home. The feature was announced earlier this year and will now be rolled out to Pokemon Go trainers incrementally based on their current level.</p><p>This will introduce a new feature to Pokemon Go called the Go Transporter that can be used to move their collection over to Home. It'll cost you in-game currency if you want to send over multiple Pokemon at a time though. There are several restrictions on which Pokemon can be transferred in the first place too. </p><p>The energy required to use the Transporter will recharge over time, however, you'll be able to speed up the process uses PokeCoins. The amount of energy required to complete a transfer will also vary depending on the Pokemon you're sending, which is likely to cause some irritation among the fan base.</p>Looking for some GO Battle League tips? We've got some that will help you get started<p>To celebrate the arrival of this feature, Trainers who choose to transfer a Pokemon from Pokemon Go to Pokemon Home will receive the mythical Melmetal. This version of the Hex Nut Pokemon will be capable of Gigantamaxing in Pokemon Sword and Shield.</p><p>That's not all though. Once Trainers have transferred a Pokemon to Go from Home they'll be able to open a Mystery Box in Pokemon Go. This will cause Meltan to appear on the map for a limited amount of time so they can attempt to catch it. This little fellow can then be evolved into Melmetal once players have gathered 400 Meltan Candy.</p><p>Pokemon Go is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for a new RPG that you can play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad<p> </p>
3、AN ASS feeding in a meadow saw a Wolf approaching to seize him, and immediately pretended to be lame. The Wolf, coming up, inquired the cause of his lameness. The Ass replied that passing through a hedge he had trod with his foot upon a sharp thorn. He requested that the Wolf pull it out, lest when he ate him it should injure his throat. The Wolf consented and lifted up the foot, and was giving his whole mind to the discovery of the thorn, when the Ass, with his heels, kicked his teeth into his mouth and galloped away. The Wolf, being thus fearfully mauled, said, "I am rightly served, for why did I attempt the art of healing, when my father only taught me the trade of a butcher?'"I don't blame you at all."