1、<p>If you’re looking for your next puzzle game fix, then Sticklings - that harks back to the classic Lemmings series - might be right up (or down) your street.</p><p>Released on iOS and Android this week, the game asks you to complete self-contained stages by guiding a herd of stickmen down a series of paths to a goal.</p><p>These stickmen never stop walking though, so it’s up to you to intervene and make sure they don’t tumble over the edges of each platform to their inevitable demise.</p>
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3、<p>Last month, Mew became your free Pokemon of the month to celebrate Pokemon's 20th anniversary. It was limited to Game stores in the UK and Gamestop in the U.S though.</p><p>This month Nintendo's doing things a bit differently has anyone can get this month's free Pokemon: Celebi. It's available if you have a copy of Pokemon X or Y or Pokemon Alpha Sapphire or Omega Ruby.</p><p>To do so just select "Receive Gift" and then select "from the Internet". You will then find it in the nearest Pokemon center.Or you can also view those instructions here.</p>The Sparrow and the Hare
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3、<p>Updated on November 18th, at 5:32PM: The atmospheric stages of Carl Burton's Islands: Non-Places are now available on iPad and iPhone.Each stage is a work of interactive art, as you tap and activate machinery to reveal the odd secrets and innerworkings behind seemingly mundane vignettes.</p><p>Islands costs £2.29 / $2.99 on the App Store, and can also be found on Steam.</p><p>