<p>Where we had a new racer from Gameloft yesterday, today we've got a new racer from Disney as Cars: Lightning League arrives on iOS and Android.</p><p>Cars: Lightning League is a racing game in which you help train Lightning McQueen in familiar film locations to get back on form and take down the speedy newcomers. Inspired by Disney's 'Cars 3' it's not only about racing fast, but also racing smart if you want to come out on top.</p><p>It works as a three-lane runner, letting you switch between lanes to avoid obstacles, collect coins, and smash jumps and boost pads to get you the best score possible. You can also drift through crates to collect the goodies inside, and complete various missions to earn upgrades.</p><p>Grab Cars: Lightning League free to play on the App Store or Google Play now.</p>
1、Some in her threaden fillet still did bide,<p>Dress Up! Time Princess, the dress up RPG from IGG, has teamed up with the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) to help in the rescuing of stray cats and providing them with sanctuary.</p>
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2、<p>Rather than just giving you a few tidbits of news, I thought I'd start a new feature rounding up the most interesting bits of board game news from this Thursday. After all, Thursday is when most of the interesting things happen on the App Store.</p><p>So we've got new games for you to check out, some updates, and a couple of other bits and bobs that should keep your dice happy and your cards placated.</p>New games<p>There are three games worth having a look at this week. First there's Titanfall: Assault [download on iOS / Android]. It's not a traditional board game by any stretch of the imagination, but you're laying down cards in multiplayer battles, and if you're a fan of the likes of Fantasy Flight Games I think it's well worth a look.</p>
3、"Well, I may as well begin at the beginning and tell you everything straight through, so you'll understand it. As I said, Leslie's father was Frank West. He was clever and shiftless--just like a man. Oh, he had heaps of brains--and much good they did him! He started to go to college, and he went for two years, and then his health broke down. The Wests were all inclined to be consumptive. So Frank came home and started farming. He married Rose Elliott from over harbor. Rose was reckoned the beauty of Four Winds--Leslie takes her looks from her mother, but she has ten times the spirit and go that Rose had, and a far better figure. Now you know, Anne, I always take the ground that us women ought to stand by each other. We've got enough to endure at the hands of the men, the Lord knows, so I hold we hadn't ought to clapper-claw one another, and it isn't often you'll find me running down another woman. But I never had much use for Rose Elliott. She was spoiled to begin with, believe ME, and she was nothing but a lazy, selfish, whining creature. Frank was no hand to work, so they were poor as Job's turkey. Poor! They lived on potatoes and point, believe ME. They had two children--Leslie and Kenneth. Leslie had her mother's looks and her father's brains, and something she didn't get from either of them. She took after her Grandmother West--a splendid old lady. She was the brightest, friendliest, merriest thing when she was a child, Anne. Everybody liked her. She was her father's favorite and she was awful fond of him. They were `chums,' as she used to say. She couldn't see any of his faults--and he WAS a taking sort of man in some ways.