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4、<p>Gram Games and Zynga has kicked off another in-game event for their popular puzzler Merge Dragons. It's called Sugar Fruits and is set to run from today until October 19th, introducing a new type of dragon to the ever-growing collection of winged-beasties available. </p><p>As you'll likely have guessed simply from the name of the event, these dragons are based around different sweets. They are called Bon Bon and Nilla Dragons with both being adorned with various different pieces of candy, fruits and other sweet treats. In addition to these dragons, players will also be able to collect unique crystal fruit items from this event.</p><p>Discussing this event, Eren Yanik, Chief Product Officer at Gram Games said: “Events are a key part of Merge Dragons! and we love engaging our fans with new and exciting challenges.”</p><p>They added: “Our team had a lot of fun pulling this event together, one that provides unique crystal items and dessert themes to a community of players who are always hungry for the sweet taste of victory!”</p>Empty. Review - "Everything becomes nothing"<p>If you're unfamiliar with Merge Dragons, it's a puzzle adventure game where players set about healing magical lands whilst also harnessing the immense power of dragons. Everything can be matched and merged to create artifacts and skills.</p>
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3、<p>Five fallen archangels are causing chaos down on Earth, and it’s up to you to stop them. So begins Dungeon & Goddess, the new 2D hero-collecting RPG from South Korean developer-publisher Nadiasoft. If you’re a fan of original anime artwork and a sucker for a good gacha game, this might be the one for you.</p><p>Collect them allThe world of Dungeon & Goddess features 150 brave heroes and monsters to collect, all with an array of attacks — and, of course, costumes — at their dfisposal. You have to choose your strongest line-up of characters to take into battle against the archangels and their minions.</p><p>Develop your strategyBattles in Dungeon & Goddess are turn-based, and how effective your heroes are in any given fight is in part based upon the six hero types and four elemental types they belong to. The elemental types are Water, Fire, Wind and Electricity, and function in a rock-paper-scissors system. That means you’ll have to choose your party strategically, exploiting the elemental weaknesses of enemies to maximise your chance of victory. This can take some trial and error, but it’s satisfying when you finally crack the strategy needed to overcome a certain boss.</p><p>A LION roaming by the seashore saw a Dolphin lift up its head out of the waves, and suggested that they contract an alliance, saying that of all the animals they ought to be the best friends, since the one was the king of beasts on the earth, and the other was the sovereign ruler of all the inhabitants of the ocean. The Dolphin gladly consented to this request. Not long afterwards the Lion had a combat with a wild bull, and called on the Dolphin to help him. The Dolphin, though quite willing to give him assistance, was unable to do so, as he could not by any means reach the land. The Lion abused him as a traitor. The Dolphin replied, "Nay, my friend, blame not me, but Nature, which, while giving me the sovereignty of the sea, has quite denied me the power of living upon the land."