"Does Leslie know this, Mr. Ford?" she asked quietly.
Anne's laugh, as blithe and irresistible as of yore, with an added note of sweetness and maturity, rang through the garret. Marilla in the kitchen below, compounding blue plum preserve, heard it and smiled; then sighed to think how seldom that dear laugh would echo through Green Gables in the years to come. Nothing in her life had ever given Marilla so much happiness as the knowledge that Anne was going to marry Gilbert Blythe; but every joy must bring with it its little shadow of sorrow. During the three Summerside years Anne had been home often for vacations and weekends; but, after this, a bi-annual visit would be as much as could be hoped for.
<p>The post-apocalyptic RPG, The Sun, will arrive on iOS, Windows, and Android sometime in the near future, and it looks too good to be true.</p><p>Years after the sun emitted dangerous amounts of energy into space in 2050, society is in shambles. As predicted of the genre, gameplay of The Sun appears fairly typical. Build; scavenge; survive; repeat. Food, water, and medicine is more valuable than any other resource</p><p>Being a big fan of the shoddy survival game 7 Days to Die, it's not hard to see how this game could appeal to players. If you ignore its limitation of running off iOS 9.0, The Sun is shaping up to be a very nice RPG indeed.</p><p>The one area that will be very interesting to test out will be in its surface appearance. With seven modes of action, a health and stamina bar, a settings menu, a weapon scroll, and a backpack icon, there's an awful lot going on here.</p><p>Coming to Google Play, the App Store, and the Windows Store, there has yet to be a specific date set but we'll keep you updated. </p>'Course he brews up most of it for himself, but I reckon that don't make it any easier to bear."
The Lion and the Eagle<p>Keeping things short and sweet, Clash Royale's Ramp Up Challenge follows on from the recent Legendary Challenge, and you could win some neat one-time rewards for your efforts.</p><p>Starting today, January 9th, Ramp Up Challenge is a battle which gets more and more hectic throughout - hence the name. Though your first entry is free, entries afterwards will cost you 50 gems.</p><p>Each battle will begin at 1x Elixir, eventually ramping up (har-har) to 2x and eventually 3x Elixir. You'll collect one-time rewards as you progress, starting at three wins, and the challenge completes at nine wins. One-time rewards include Gold, Rare Cards, and Epic Cards.</p><p>Though Clash Royale had a few issues this morning, the servers are all back online, shiny, and ready for you to take on the challenge. Ramp Up will only be live between now and January 11th, so it's a bit of a short one.</p>
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<p>Hot off the heels of its recent collection event, Lords Mobile is set to give its fans plenty more to look forward to this Thanksgiving, encouraging players to share in its War for the Chalice celebrations, whilst enjoying brand new in-game content and updates. Let’s take a look.</p><p>After the collection event ended earlier this month, the Lords Mobile team has been filming this #Lordsgiving Show as a gift to all its players and the community. The final film consists of various players’ own videos and material, with those featured set to receive a full set of Lords Mobile Hero figurines, a chance to win an iPhone XS, and a host of in-game items.</p>
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS