"Well, no, he ain't a pessimist exactly, Cornelia. He only jest never finds anything that suits him."
When winds breathe sweet, unruly though they be.<p>We met up with Rusty Lake, developers of the popular point-and-click title, Rusty Lake Hotel, to talk about their newest title, Rusty Lake Roots. Having previously talked a bit about the game in our article here, it's with much excitement that we get to take a look at what we're expecting from Rusty Lake's most ambitious project yet.<p><p><p>You play as a variety of characters throughout the game. The general basis of Rusty Lake Roots is to 'build a tree'. By playing through each level you unlock portraits, experiencing the beginning and end of characters' lives to build your family tree.<p><p>Though it follows a similar path to Rusty Lake Hotel it's three-times as large, pushing play time at about eight hours, with a more fluid movement feature. Instead of tapping to move from view to view, you can now just drag your finger left or right to explore the surrounding area. With over 35 levels to work through, a rich, slightly odd story line, and a wonderful art style as always, it's a game open to new and seasoned veterans of the series.<p><p>Apparently we could be expecting the title as soon as the end of September on iOS, Android, and itch.io, with a Steam release on the cards for the near future. The price can still change between now and the release date, but so far we're looking at as little as two euros.</p>
<p>CD Projekt Red's Bronze Award-winning digital boardgame The Witcher Adventure Game is on sale for the first time.</p><p>Yep, and on both iOS and Android, too. It'll cost you £2.99 / $3.99 to purchase for a limited time rather than £4.49 / $5.99.</p><p>You take control of one of four different heroes, either playing against the AI, or taking on other humans online or in the hotseat multiplayer.</p><p>rolling die to advance across The Witcher's dark fantasy world, slaying monsters, resolving political disputes, and solving mysteries.</p><p>In our review, we said it's a "well put together, thematically intriguing digital boardgame, but it's not for anyone with a fear of chits."</p><p>You can purchase The Witcher Adventure Game on the App Store and Google Play.</p>
<p>What the Golf?, the joyously silly golf parody, has just received a giant update that adds 30 sports-themed levels. The Sporty Sports expansion is just about the best replacement for the 2020 Olympics one could hope for, haphazardly forcing a sort of golf into a range of different sports.</p><p>The trailer below shows off the game's interpretation of horse racing, pole vaulting, running, weight lifting, diving, and more. Much like the vanilla levels, they look incredibly daft – which is obviously a glowing compliment.</p>
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