<p>Another day, another Pokemon announcement. Today’s is that button-mashing brawler Pokemon Rumble Rush has finally made its way over to iOS devices. It’s a free-to-start game where you tap to furiously beat on your favourite Pokemon.</p><p>You’ll head out to explore a variety of islands, all while levelling up your Pokemon using ore and defeating whoever’s daft enough to get in your way. It’s a simple game with a low level of challenge and a focus on being accessible to all. That is until the IAPs inevitably start causing you grief.</p>
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2、<p>At Oculus's keynote yesterday two things were apparent. One: Oculus's founder Palmer Luckey was nowhere to be seen. And two: Oculus is working on a new, more affordable VR headset.</p><p>The reveal of the upcoming Google Daydream and the launch of PSVR next week obviously dominated the news this week, but Zuckerburg announced yesterday that Oculus will be bringing a standalone headset sometime in the future.</p><p>"We believe that there is a sweet spot - a standalone virtual reality product that is high quality, that is affordable, and you can bring with you out into the world." By using Computer Vision Software it would let the headset automatically detect what's around it without the need of sensors or fixed cameras.</p><p>If Oculus can pull it off it'd be the headset VR gamers have been eager to get their hands on. With the Vive topping the market in quality and backing, it's still very much aimed at those who have a compatible PC. In the same sense PSVR is of a lesser quality but sits at the most affordable headset, again for a specific niche.</p><p>Oculus still have to find their territory – to bring all of the convenience of Gear VR without the severe lack in quality, and they have to find THE game to make us all start salivating.</p><p>As Zuckerburg reminded us, this in-between headset won't be coming for a good while yet so don't get your hopes up. It could well be something that seems like a great idea, but in practice it doesn't quite work and ends up being a slightly more expensive Gear VR.</p>Maiden Medal(Demo)<p>Okay, firstly everyone breathe. Finally the rumours have been put to rest as today's Apple Event comes to a close (serenaded by the lovely Sia).</p><p>As it was accidentally confirmed earlier, the new Apple products, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are looking pretty damn good. Phil Schiller took the reins to walk us through the 10 features we should be most excited about.</p><p>Before we get started iOS 10 will be available September 13th and will be the biggest update to Apple's mobile operating system so far. But for the sake of simplicity, I'll put up a separate article about that.</p>Number one – the design<p>Following a rather artistic video about its new Jet Black finish, the design of the phone is sleek and methodically designed. The two new colours are Jet Black, which features a high-gloss finish, and Black, which diffuses light for a more matte finish. The remaining colours, Rose Gold, Gold, and Silver all follow the same string as before.</p>Number two – the home button<p>As was expected, the home button has been redesigned to be more useful, reliable and customisable. iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will have force sensitive button that gives unique feedbacks for messages, notifications, ringtones, and more thanks to its new generation tactic engine.</p><p>Number three – resistanceNo, not political resistance – the iPhones 7 and 7 Plus will be fully water and dust resistant thanks to its new seals, making it more suitable for even the clumsiest of folks.</p>Number four – the camera<p>As the most talked about part, the camera plays a huge role in what makes the iPhone so popular. Stated as the best camera on the smart phone market, the iPhone 7's single –lens 12 MP rear sensor camera is certainly one to be envied. Even its FaceTime HD camera has gone from 5 MP to 7 MP.</p><p>The phone camera has gained the OIS (optical image stabiliser) that previous versions have been missing, RAW capture, improved colour gamut, and ISPs (image signal processors) to read the environment and balance out brightness, colour, and so on. Its wider aperture lens brings in 50% more light giving it ability to perform 60% faster and be 30% more energy efficient.</p><p>The iPhone 7 Plus is the one that'll be raved about by the photography enthusiasts as it has not one but two cameras. This dual-camera set up acts like a pair of eyes as it gathers stereoscopic data, allowing us to experience new features such as the live depth of field setting on portrait mode to give profiles a more professional look. This setup also offers up a telephoto lens which allows us to zoom in 10x without sacrificing picture quality dramatically.</p>Number five – the display<p>Other than its camera, Apple is famous for its crisp retina display and this is the best of the bunch. The display is 25% brighter with a wider colour gamut, cinema standard resolution and offers up the most refined colour management to date (as was proved using Instagram).</p>Number six – audio<p>The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will feature stereo speakers, one at the bottom and one at the top, for a more dynamic range and to make it 2x louder.</p>Number seven – EarPods<p>Sounds weird, but it isn't anything new. As previously predicted Apple has gotten rid of the headphone jack, instead favouring Lightning EarPods which connect at the charging port. It isn't all doom-and-gloom however so don't go returning those Beats or Bose or whatever brand takes your fancy just yet.</p><p>As well as receiving a pair of Lightning EarPods, each purchase will come with an adaptor in the box so you don't have to hang up your headphones just yet.</p>Number eight – Wireless<p>Following on from the previous feature, the AirPods have been revealed – Apple's first wireless headphones. You'll get five hours of use from a single charge, and then 24 hours of charging from the battery case. AirPods can be used to listen to music without the interference of wires, to take calls, and to have a quick gab with Siri. Best hope you really want these though as a pair will set you back $159.</p>Number nine – Apple Pay<p>The iPhone 7/7 Plus and Apple Watch 2 will be bringing Apple Pay to Japan beginning in October. This'll make those daily commutes and the purchases everyday items much easier and quicker. Just one swipe and off you go.</p>Number ten – performance<p>Phew, we made it. Last but not least the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have upped their performance yet again with new graphics chips for the latest and greatest mobile games, and a custom-design Apple A-10 Fusion chip, making battery life that bit longer. The iPhone 7 is slated to last two hours longer than the iPhone 6S, where the iPhone 7 Plus lasts about an hour longer.</p>TL;DR<p>The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available to order this Friday 9th September with shipping starting next week on September 16th to a large variety of different countries.Starting from $649 the iPhone 7 now comes in 32 GB, 128 GB, and 256GB across all colours. The iPhone 7 Plus offers the same and starts from $769.</p>
3、<p>First launch on Steam back in November of last year, developer Cotton Game's Mr. Pumpkin 2: Walls of Kowloon is a point-and-click adventure game that sees you playing as a pumpkin-headed fella working his way through a mysterious city</p><p>It's an interesting, highly stylised throwback to 90s Hong Kong cinema that provides a slightly cyberpunk vision of Kowloon's now-demolished "Walled City".</p>
4、A FLY sat on the axle-tree of a chariot, and addressing the Draught-Mule said, "How slow you are! Why do you not go faster? See if I do not prick your neck with my sting." The Draught-Mule replied, "I do not heed your threats; I only care for him who sits above you, and who quickens my pace with his whip, or holds me back with the reins. Away, therefore, with your insolence, for I know well when to go fast, and when to go slow."
1、TWO MEN, deadly enemies to each other, were sailing in the same vessel. Determined to keep as far apart as possible, the one seated himself in the stem, and the other in the prow of the ship. A violent storm arose, and with the vessel in great danger of sinking, the one in the stern inquired of the pilot which of the two ends of the ship would go down first. On his replying that he supposed it would be the prow, the Man said, "Death would not be grievous to me, if I could only see my Enemy die before me."
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3、<p>Celebrated game designer Jonathan Blow is known for creating games full of engaging gameplay and artistic merit. His first hit, Braid, was an entertaining platformer that was not only challenging but thought provoking. A critical and commercial success, it was one of the many titles that helped raise expectations of what ‘indie games’ were capable of.</p><p>With his second hit, The Witness, Jonathan Blow raises the bar even higher. NVIDIA SHIELD TV owners can now download the acclaimed game through Google Play and embark on a meditative journey through a island full of clever puzzles and haunting mystery.</p><p>What better way to kick off the week than to give you guys the low-down on Pokemon GO's latest 0.42.3/1.13.3 update.</p><p>It's not the most exciting one out of Niantic's line-up so far but it's equally essential as it brings a few smaller details into the spotlight. As of now, Professor Willow recognises that different eggs have different patterns depending on how long it takes to hatch them. For example a green spotted egg takes 2 km to hatch whilst a purple spotted egg takes 10 km.</p><p>Other minor fixes include Pokemon type icons are displayed on the information screen for each Pokemon, and Niantic has now given us a low battery indicator for the Pokemon GO Plus accessory. After that it's the usual unspecified bug fixes and so on.</p><p>If you haven't got the game already grab it free-to-play here on the App Store, or on Google Play.</p>