1、A FARMER, who bore a grudge against a Fox for robbing his poultry yard, caught him at last, and being determined to take an ample revenge, tied some rope well soaked in oil to his tail, and set it on fire. The Fox by a strange fatality rushed to the fields of the Farmer who had captured him. It was the time of the wheat harvest; but the Farmer reaped nothing that year and returned home grieving sorely.
3、"Oh, Leslie, `glad' isn't the word for it! It seems almost too good to be true. I sha'n't feel half so badly now that I know this dear spot will never be desecrated by a vandal tribe, or left to tumble down in decay. Why, it's lovely! It's lovely!"
4、Of proofs new-bleeding, which remained the foilThe Vine and the Goat
2、<p>Kavacode has released Plune The Slime Princess for free on iOS and Android devices.</p><p>It’s described as an old fashioned role playing game (RPG) meets Brick Breaker where you roll polyhedral dice to determine what move you make to trigger superpowers and break down the walls, or roll a critical failure and suffer great damage. It combines the very best of RPGs and casual mobile gameplay.</p>
3、<p>Plants vs Zombies 3 has been a known entity since July 2019 and has been in pre-alpha since. Now it appears the full launch might not be too far away as the latest entry in the popular series has soft-launched in Ireland, Romania and the Philippines as confirmed in a recent forum post by Plants vs Zombies team member Haemophilus.</p><p>Plants vs Zombies 3 will continue to be tweaked during this soft launch period, with EA stating that they'll be taking player's feedback into consideration whenever big changes are made to the game. Additionally, the soft-launch is set to arrive in other countries as development progresses.</p><p>In terms of devices, the FAQ discussing Plants vs Zombies 3 states that you'll need a 'Galaxy S6 tier-device with KitKat (4.4) or higher' whilst Apple users will need an iPhone 6S or higher that has iOS 13.1 installed on it as a minimum.</p><p>The game itself will have a few differences from its predecessors, with the most immediately noticeable change being that it will be played in portrait orientation instead of landscape. On top of that, it'll also make use of a 3D art style too rather than the 2D look most people will be familiar with, which is likely to irk a few folks. </p><p>Nintendo announced a new spin-off game in the Animal Crossing series at Nintendo Direct today called Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer.</p><p>Headed to the Nintendo 3DS later this year, Happy Home Designer (as its name suggests) revolves heavily around the interior decorating aspects of the Animal Crossing games.</p><p>You’ll be tasked with making design decisions for your town’s needy residents, customizing their homes with furniture, decorations, and more.</p><p>What stands out about Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer is its use of card-based amiibos, a more portable option than the amiibo figures.</p><p>These cards will feature characters from Animal Crossing whose home you can choose to design.</p><p>Not only are the cards more portable for the needs of on-the-go players, but they’ll be more affordable than the figurines as well.</p><p>As you might already know, the New Nintendo 3DS comes with amiibo-scanning capabilities built in to its NFC reader.</p><p>To make these Animal Crossing amiibo cards compatible with older Nintendo 3DS models, Nintendo will release an external amiibo reader the day Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer launches.</p><p>The game itself and its amiibo cards will be sold separately.</p><p>Check out the Nintendo Direct video below (skip to 41:00 minutes) for more info.</p>