It matters little if those who are inferior to us in merit should be like us in outside appearances.<p>Avid Games' award-winning educational game CUE has released an update today that introduces a host of festive-themed cards. This looks to celebrate holiday traditions across the globe such as The Catalonian Poo Log and La Noche de Los Rabános (The Night of Radishes) among many others. </p><p>It'll be a great way for children and even adults to learn about the different ways other countries celebrate the festive season in unique and interesting ways. For example, in Norway Christmas Eve is believed to bring spirits and witches, so Norwegians will hide their brooms so they don't get stolen.</p>Startup Panic review - "Starting your own business, with required Holiday time.<p>Discussing the update, Paul Mayze, Managing Director, Avid Games, said: “In the UK, we think of things like mulled wine, mince pies, turkey and presents around Christmas time - which is bizarre enough when you stop to think about it - but across the globe, many countries follow festive customs that are even stranger.”</p><p>He added: “Our latest Festive Traditions card pack features over a dozen wonderful Christmas-related curiosities, designed to remind us how utterly fascinating the world is - but they also play a role in the game, with each card having unique abilities to give you the edge during battle.”</p>Million Dungeon review - "Too cute to care about what's happening"<p>If you're unfamiliar with CUE Cards, it's a card-collecting and battling game that also aims to educate as you play. Since it's a card battler, you'll often find yourself pitting some bizarre combinations against one another such as a Velociraptor facing off against String Theory.</p><p>CUE Cards is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for some digital board games to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for Android devices
1、<p>Stone Blade Entertainment and Playdek have teamed up to bring Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer to Android.</p><p>Ascension is a free, Bronze Award-winning deck building game that our original review called "clever and tactical."</p><p>To celebrate its new Android launch, and the advent of Gen Con Indy 2014 (which began August 14th), Playdek is running a sale for Ascension's expansions. See the list below.</p>Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer - FreeReturn of the Fallen - 69p / 99cStorm of Souls - 69p / 99cImmortal Heroes - 69p / 99cRise of Vigil - £1.99 / $2.99<p>Three of Playdek's other award-winning iOS games are also on sale, including Summoner Wars (iOS and Android), Lords of Waterdeep, and Agricola.</p>Summoner Wars "Nine Faction Bundle" - £2.49 / $3.99Lords of Waterdeep - £2.49 / $3.99Undermountain - 69p / 99cScoundrels of Skullport - 69p / 99cAgricola - £2.49 / $3.99Agricola Deck I - 69p / 99cAgricola Deck K - 69p / 99c<p>Download Ascension for free on Google Play here.</p>
2、Higgs Domino Island-Gaple QiuQiu Poker Game Online<p>Boy, do you have a lot of games in store for you this week. A lot.</p><p>We've scoured the New Zealand App Store to bring you this fine list of every single game that you can play from midnight tonight. Aren't we nice?</p>Blocky RaiderBy Full Fat Productions Ltd - Free<p>If Crossy Road met Indiana Jones, their baby would be Blocky Raider.</p><p>You'll explore temples, avoid traps, dodge boulders, and traverse lava all in glorious voxel form.</p>Ball JumpBy Ketchapp - Free<p>Ball Jump is a minimal platformer in which the level is being designed as you roll.</p><p>You have to tap to jump between the blocks and get the timing absolutely right or you'll face certain death.</p>Ricochet TheoryBy Appdore, LLC - £1.49 / $1.99<p>Ricochet Theory is a physics-based puzzler in which you have to place platforms in the ideal place so that a ball will hit every single one of them.</p><p>It's not going to be easy but there are well over 80 levels to test your skills in.</p>Sputnik EyesBy Shelly Alon - £1.49 / $1.99<p>Sputnik Eyes is another puzzler but this one's a little bit more weird.</p><p>You have to help each of the coloured eyes scan a planet to discover its correct position. This is marked by little coloured shapes.</p><p>There are 60 levels to explore and loads more randomly generated ones.</p>
3、<p>We all know that Football Manager is a series of sports strategy games published by Sega. But it didn't start out that way.</p><p>The original Football Manager was created by designer and programmer Kevin Toms in the 1980s and released across the Spectrum, C64, Amstrad CPC, Vic 20, BBC Micro, Electron, Atari, and Amiga.</p><p>If you're old enough you probably remember it as it was played by millions, just as the modern series is now.</p><p>If you do, prepare to have your nostalgia kick in as Kevin Toms is looking to rewrite the original game for iOS and Android.</p><p>It'll be kept in its original form with its original look but have touch controls and work on devices you probably own now (and not 30 years ago).</p><p>Toms has taken to Kickstarter to find $28,099 to acquire the tools to make the rewrite happen. The money will also be used to bring it to other platforms after iOS and Android.</p><p>If you'd like to see it happen considering throwing some coins at him. </p>
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