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3、<p>Inkle has updated its Gold Award-winning adventure 80 Days with new content and graphics on iOS and Android.</p><p>Included are 20 new cities, over 100,000 words, and two new plot lines.</p><p>You'll be able to explore the Americas, travel to the Moon, and play poker with a billionaire.</p><p>Inkle also adds that you can also "accompany an international jewel thief on a journey to uncover the Artificer's greatest secret."</p><p>This update has come about on account of Inkle rebuilding 80 Days in Unity for its PC version. While at it, the studio must have thought, "hey, why not add more story?" And it did.</p><p>You can get this update for free if you've already purchased 80 Days on the App Store and Google Play.</p>
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2、<p>Developer Ron Gilbert revealed on Twitter that we won't have wait that much longer for the point-n-click adventure Thimbleweed Park. While there's no set release date at the moment, the game is "coming soon. Real soon. Damn soon", according to the tweet.</p><p>Thimbleweed Park promises a mysterious and surreal adventure, set in the titular town where murders, clowns, compounding twists, tricky puzzles, and dark secrets all collide. Classic point-n-click mechanics lets you talk with inhabitant and interact with items across a sprawling narrative that includes five different protagonists and multiple locations within the town.</p>Thimbleweed Park is slated to release on iOS and Android, and is currently available on Steam.
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