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Rusted Warfare The World of Creation(New module)MOD (Unlimited Money/Sun) v2.9.10

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1、"It sounds awful to hear you speaking of a minister like that, Anne," said Mrs. Rachel severely.<p>You've probably seen that one paragraph where all the letters are jumbled up, but it's still readable because the first and last letters of each word are in the right place.</p><p>The one that starts with, "I cnduo't bvleiee taht I culod aulaclty uesdtannrd waht I was rdnaieg."</p><p>That's kind of the gist of Words Brain Challenge, a new word game from Flow State Media.</p><p>Words Brain Challenge asks you to put together a word given only the first and last letters, and a jumble of letters to pop into the middle.</p><p>It's harder than you'd think given we can apparently read jumbled nonsense.</p><p>(I discovered this is called typoglycemia and is arguably inaccurate. But I digress!)</p><p>Words Brain Challenge comes from the same developer as 4 Letter Words and the other games in its series, but what's cool about this one is it has a variation of difficulties all in one place.</p><p>Instead of having to download all the separate X Letter Words apps, which I covered in my Apps World games round-up, you can play with four letter words up to seven letter words all in one game.</p><p>Good practice if you want to improve your Scrabble skills!</p><p>Download Words Brain Challenge free on Google Play.</p>

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1、�Fulfill animal requests and grow your friendship with them! Once you become friends enough, you can invite them to your campsite. The more the better!

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