Monster Box MOD APK<p>I know, I know, trying to get Switch stock is almost as impossible as NES Mini stock currently, but this month's looking good for the next couple of weeks - for the UK at least.</p><p>I've been watching the Switch come back into stock and sell out within a couple of minutes since its launch earlier this month, and it's been very enlightening. Nintendo stated that their goal was to shift 8-million units. Considering they've managed to sell 1.5-million worldwide in just a couple of weeks, and out of holiday season, that's very impressive.</p><p>While Amazon, GAME, and Tesco are accepting pre-orders to guarantee your console at the end of March/beginning of April, Nintendo UK actually has the Switch back in stock, both in Grey and Neon. Argos also has a scattering of units, mainly in Grey, so be sure to check with your local stores if you haven't immediately gone to Nintendo.</p><p>Sadly we don't know how many units, and the way these things go I won't be surprised if all of the available consoles have been sold out by lunchtime. So, if you're keen for your own device, you'd better move quickly.</p><p>Malaysian studio Weeev's first game is to be an otome (girl game) dating sim called Purrfectly Ever After.</p><p>The hope is that the game will "bridge the gap between Japanese-centric otome games told in a not-so-Japanese point of view and storyline."</p><p>As that title suggests, there is a cat theme at play here, in fact, you play as a cat that has been turned into a human.</p><p>The story goes that this cat was living a life of stealing food and on night, when feeling sorry for herself, she wished that she could be a human so she could earn food more honestly.</p><p>Well, what this cat didn't know is that she has a fairy godfather who heard this wish and made it true. So, yeah, now she's a human and she's after some of those hunky human men.</p>
<p>If you like premium narrative-driven games then you're in luck, because Playdius will be bringing some promising looking titles to iOS very soon.</p><p>The publisher known for the rather excellent A Normal Lost Phone and Bury Me, My Love showcased three new games at Gamescom, all of which are slated to come out later this year.</p>Chroniric XIX
<p>Let There Be Life might just be the most peaceful game there is.</p><p>Originally released on PC earlier this year, the simple, puzzle-like nature simulator is now on iOS and Android for £1.49 / $1.99.</p><p>Your goal in the game is to nurture a tree into a thriving mass of leafy branches.</p><p>The branchier your tree gets, the more shadow it'll cast on the forest floor, which is a problem for the flowers trying to grow there.</p><p>The challenge, then, is trying to build up a healthy tree while still making sure the area around the tree can still sustain life.</p><p>Let There Be Life was born of a game jam with the theme of "do no harm."</p><p>If peaceful, quiet games without too much at stake appeal to you, check out Let There Be Life on the App Store or Google Play for £1.49 / $1.99.</p><p>You can also buy the game on PC (at a higher price) from one of several platforms listed on the developer's website.</p><p>Don't forget to vote for it on Steam Greenlight if that's your thing.</p>She went out, closing and locking the door behind her. Gilbert was waiting for her with a smile. The lighthouse star was gleaming northward. The little garden, where only marigolds still bloomed, was already hooding itself in shadows.
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