"I love dancing," she said apart to Anne. "I haven't danced since I was sixteen--but I love it. The music seems to run through my veins like quicksilver and I forget everything--everything--except the delight of keeping time to it. There isn't any floor beneath me, or walls about me, or roof over me--I'm floating amid the stars."<p>It's been a good month for word games. The latest in the large line-up is Word Morph! from Nimble Minds.</p><p>Word Morph! is a word puzzle game that asks you to form words from a list of letters and turn them into other words too.</p><p>You start with one word and have the whole alphabet to choose from. The only limit is your own vocabulary.</p><p>Like most word games, you're going against the clock, so each time you turn one word into another, you get some extra seconds.</p><p>This is structurally similar to Word Brain Challenge, which I checked out last week, only instead of identifying a single word, you have to keep coming up with new ones.</p><p>Word Morph! also lets you choose from five different word lengths as well as relaxed and timed game modes.</p><p>Look out for it on iOS and Android tomorrow.</p>
The Hunter and the Woodman
<p>If you're a glut for amiibos (like some Pocket Gamer staff) then you'll probably want to know how you can obtain the Chibi-Robo amiibo.</p><p>Well, listen here: Nintendo has announced that it'll come in a special bundle with Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash at some retailers.</p><p>This bundle will be available in the US from October 9th and will cost you $39.99. The game by itself (without the amiibo) will cost $29.99.</p><p>We don't yet know if this bundle will be available in Europe when Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash comes out on November 6th, but we certainly hope so.</p><p>Oh, and by the way, hooking up Chibi-Robo amiibo with your 3DS lets you access bonus features.</p><p>This includes powering up Super Chibi-Robo and increasing Chibi-Robo's speed and watts so he can travel further without charging up.</p>
A BEAR boasted very much of his philanthropy, saying that of all animals he was the most tender in his regard for man, for he had such respect for him that he would not even touch his dead body. A Fox hearing these words said with a smile to the Bear, "Oh! that you would eat the dead and not the living."
"You--you must think me crazy," stammered Anne, trying to recover her self-possession. To be seen by this stately girl in such an abandon of childishness--she, Mrs. Dr. Blythe, with all the dignity of the matron to keep up--it was too bad!
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS