1、<p>Despite King being rather quiet at late, they've definitely not been sleeping. No, instead it's been stepping foot in uncharted territory as it launches its newest game, Shuffle Cats, today on iOS and Android.</p><p>Where we're usually matching different forms of sweets and flowers, Shuffle Cats is King's first multiplayer card game. Set in the 1920s across the rooftops of London, the game introduces you to a bounty of competitive street cats trying to win their way to the best Card Clubs in town and progress along Lucky Lane.</p><p>With worldwide reach, you'll be able to play others from across the globe in synchronous gameplay. If it looks a little familiar to you, that's because it's a bit of an updated version of the traditional card game, Rummy. After being dealt seven cards each, you'll create as many 'Melds' as possible on the game board. The first one to 10 points wins.</p><p>This is brilliant news for King. As the majority of their games are very much solitary affairs, Shuffle Cats offers up a fun experience without having to go at it alone.</p><p>Grab the game free-to-play from the App Store or on Google Play.</p>
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2、One evening Gilbert abruptly proposed that they go down and see Captain Jim. With a sinking heart Anne agreed, and they set forth. Two weeks of kind sunshine had wrought a miracle in the bleak landscape over which Gilbert's crow had flown. The hills and fields were dry and brown and warm, ready to break into bud and blossom; the harbor was laughter-shaken again; the long harbor road was like a gleaming red ribbon; down on the dunes a crowd of boys, who were out smelt fishing, were burning the thick, dry sandhill grass of the preceding summer. The flames swept over the dunes rosily, flinging their cardinal banners against the dark gulf beyond, and illuminating the channel and the fishing village. It was a picturesque scene which would at other times have delighted Anne's eyes; but she was not enjoying this walk. Neither was Gilbert. Their usual good-comradeship and Josephian community of taste and viewpoint were sadly lacking. Anne's disapproval of the whole project showed itself in the haughty uplift of her head and the studied politeness of her remarks. Gilbert's mouth was set in all the Blythe obstinacy, but his eyes were troubled. He meant to do what he believed to be his duty; but to be at outs with Anne was a high price to pay. Altogether, both were glad when they reached the light--and remorseful that they should be glad.