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Update on May 19th at 09:22: You can now get Mr Crab 2 on your local App Store as the game's been released worldwide. If you liked the first one, you should check it out.<p>Illusion Labs is no stranger to great games. Having released early App Store hits like Sways or Blast-A-Way, it's still pumping out fresh games every once in a while.</p><p>Today they've soft launched a sequel to a favorite of mine, Mr. Crab. Simply called Mr. Crab 2, it's pretty the same game but enhanced and even more gorgeous.</p><p>Your character moves automatically and you'll need to time your jumps to get every crab on the way and avoid other dangerous animals.</p><p>It's a free-to-play game this time around and it features multiple playable characters and a customization option.</p>You can get it if you live in Australia, Denmark of the Philippines or you can get it from anywhere by following this guide.Thanks to Matt Frost over on Neogaf
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<p>A 3DS system update due to arrive in October will add custom Home Menu themes.</p><p>The themes will allow you to fully customise the menu background, icons and folders, and music and sound effects.</p><p>A new Theme Shop will be added to the Home Menu where you'll be able to purchase the various themes available.</p><p>Unfortunately, Nintendo did not announce what any of the these will be.</p><p>However, the image accompanying the news shows an Animal Crossing theme, one for The Legend of Zelda, a Super Mario Bros. theme, and another Mario one.</p><p>The system update will be available to all current and upcoming 3DS and 2DS consoles.</p>
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<p>Do you like board games? Do you like gardening? Then October 12th is definitely a day to add to your diary. Assuming that you've got a diary. Diaries are probably a little old fashioned come to think of it.</p><p>Anyway, Uwe Rosberg's Cottage Garden is coming to iOS and Android on October 12th. That's Uwe Rosberg the designer behind games like Agricola and Le Havre. So if you like your board games European you're definitely in luck.</p><p>The game is all about building up the perfect garden. You've got cards to lay down, and you need to fill up all the spaces in your grid-based allotment. Oh, there are cats as well. Because you can't have any sort of garden without cats.</p><p>It all sounds like a sweet and lovely experience, and when it lands on iOS and Android tomorrow it's going to set you back £4.99 / $4.99. We'll let you know any more info as and when we get it.Touch Arcade</p>
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A WIZARD, sitting in the marketplace, was telling the fortunes of the passers-by when a person ran up in great haste, and announced to him that the doors of his house had been broken open and that all his goods were being stolen. He sighed heavily and hastened away as fast as he could run. A neighbor saw him running and said, "Oh! you fellow there! you say you can foretell the fortunes of others; how is it you did not foresee your own?'
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My woeful self, that did in freedom stand,<p>Apparently, Hunted Cow is able to create mobile games that aren't historical strategy games. I know, I'm as surprised as you are.</p><p>The proof of this lies in Invertical Touch. It's Hunted Cow's latest, and it's a platformer about a cube with legs. It's called Qube, apparently.</p><p>Qube needs to find the portal to get home. How Qube got so lost is beyond me. I mean, c'mon Qube, what are you playing at?</p><p>Qube is obviously a bit of a clutz. And it's your job to help Qube out. Great.</p><p>You do this by inverting the colours of the environments so that Qube can hop across them. There's 60 levels of this.</p><p>Plus, there are 150 books and scrolls to find along the way. Apparently, Qube likes to read, I guess. Maybe it's hunting more literature to absorb that got Qube lost in the first place.</p><p>Who knows? Well, maybe you will if you purchase Invertical Touch for 79p / 99c when it arrives on the UK and US App Stores at midnight.</p>
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"She might do that for amusement. Look, Anne--there's our house."
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