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I wish to personally thank all of the squad members at Lucita who place their time and effort into creating this app. This has been such a bonus as well as a little beacon of light!😉 I offer up the highest encouragement I can to ask you to stay the course in the awesome work of light that you do! (I'm currently reading a few books published by you as well😊) Amazing things are coming! Love and Light Mates
HANDS DOWN BEST MAYAN APP OUT!!! Very, very educational Tzolkin can be a bit confusing but not with this app. Very user friendly and awesome graphics. This was done right. The irorny 2012 is the year i finally understand the mystic Tzolkin! Hurry .0 the latest day of the thirteenth Baktun is around the corner better late than never ;) -Mario
Love your website.. I thought this application would be useful, but due to little text that illegible, it's useless to me. Probably this application should be labeled for tablets only?? Your screenshots on the application description does not match what I downloaded today. Unfortunately I had to ask for a refund. Please, modernize the app.
There is no method to close the application only via force close with the Android device system. When I enter a date, first the day and then the month, the day jumps back to day 1. Why? There is not even a button to enter today's date, it always starts with January 1st! No next/previous button to check past or future kins, I have to place in the date manually, are you serious? I like to see the wheel of the daysigns and numbers but the interaction with it is just terrible. why can't I move the wheel one step further or back? Scrolling inside the application doesn't work properly. I might still continue using the application for the everyday description, but the rest is for no use to me. Not good interface. Please fix!
i hope the original author is getting paid for this. this is one of my most favorite web novels called Worlds Apocalypse Online. it is such a amazing novel! from the moment you start, there is a lot of action. it starts with the mc on a pile of corpses. it doesn't stop from there. the best part is that whenever the mc reaches the highest power level, he realizes that what he thought was the top, wasn't. this is a very amazing read.
I saw this book on a list and with all of the interest in Mayan culture this year I went ahead and downloaded it. I was surprised when I begin to read it to search it was a lesson plan for home schooling. I will admit the concept of the book overwhelmed me. It is very well laid out with a well written article, extensive online resources and eight lessons. It also adapts to various learning levels. Every thing you need is right at your thing that jumped to my mind that in addition to its use in home schooling, the lessons seem fun and engaging and would be amazing as summer activities.
This is a amazing book to obtain you started on studying the culture and history of the ancient Maya! It is simple to read and not too acedemic. I want I'd had this to read before our visit to Tikal, Guatemala as I feel it would have helped me (and my children) appreciate and understand what we were seeing so much more. The text contains clickable links to perfect on-line resources to further your learning, as well as lesson plans (with activities) for teachers and students.
Apocalypse Dragons is a fun twist on the GameLit genre, and is worth your time for a long afternoon read.***Mild Spoilers***Rather than having the protagonist (Ted) getting sucked into some alternate put where life is like a game, the android game globe instead invades ours.I found myself chuckling along with this light, fun read. Plenty of banter and brotherly "love" between the two central characters and you can tell their backgrounds are well thought out and inform their choices during the story.Go ahead and pick this up and give it a read.
First, allow me say that Richard Harris was one of my favorite actors, and his portrayal of John was excellent. Technically, the movie is not adapted to HD TV. A lot of locations in the movie were grainy or very blotchy. Now, my true issue....I am a Christian and read my bible all the time. I am very familiar with all parts of the Book of Revelation. The screen writers took amazing liberties with the word of God here. They changed virtually everything to fit with a fictitious storyline based loosely on sacred scripture, depicting the opening of the seventh seal to represent John's vision itself, and an abrupt end of Christian persecution in 90AD when John died. That would be news indeed, to the centuries of Christians who were tortured horrifically and burned at the stake by Romans for hundreds of years! I like a amazing story, but don't mess with the Word of God.
It was just okay, it didn't present what I was looking forward to watch when Jesus opened the seals. The acting was amazing but the film didn't meet my expectations. I wanted to see John's visions more detailed and the seals what the Scripture spoke what will happen on the earth. Otherwise, I can live with it, because of the acting. I give the acting 5 stars.
An appreciation for dry British humor is required to fully appreciate this rnon Coleman, has an uncensored but accurate opinion that the cure is worse than the me may not like the "diary" approach in the middle of the book, however this is amazing insight into how our minds interpret the info as it comes out. At the very begin Vernon had perfect insight into the situation and immediately comprehended that it was blown out of proportion.Hopefully a lot of people will read this book and give serious thought to the hurt that is being done. Perhaps we can restrain the government and media and restore some sense of smart action instead of the reckless destruction being wrought by the media and government currently. Hold in mind that this book was written in April and the data over the next few months has shown him to be very accurate in his assessment.
We got this book yesterday, ordered it before it came out. My son loves NH and is 12 y/o. He has read everything else NH has written. He nearly finished this book in one sitting! On one hand it's amazing b/c that means the book is unbelievable but it's poor b/c we've waited so long for it, only to be done with it in a couple hours! Hold writing Mr. Hale!!
Stinkin' Awesome! As usual, Nathan Hale writes a thoroughly entertaining tale with rad graphics! Anyone would have fun this book. My 14-yr-old has been hooked on Nathan Hale's books for years! Buy this one and then add allllll of his Historical Graphic Novels to your cart as well. You won't be sorry!!
Before I obtain into the book before me, I need to give you a small history lesson. That's a bit ironic since author Nathan Hale is best known for his history comics, but bear with me. So I have in my possession a book called The Seduction of the Innocent written by American psychiatrist Fredric Wertham, published in 1954. This is the book that almost single-handedly turned the comic book publishing industry on its head. It’s considered infamous today because in the book Wertham makes no bones about the fact that he sincerely believes comics to be a poor influence on children and a leading cause of juvenile delinquency. His book is widely vilified in today’s pro-comics 21st century, but here’s the deal: Wertham wasn’t wrong about everything. I’ve read the book and the thing that sticks out the most is that Wertham isn’t taking pot-shots at superhero comics or Archie comics half as much as he is horror comics. His point was that children were getting some beautiful perverted stuff. Needles in eyeballs. Some MAJOR racism and ism (you have to credit Wertham for calling this out, if nothing else). Horror comics of the 50s were sort of marketed to children and, by using them as examples, the man was able to paint the entire industry with a huge comics-are-bad-for-you brush. Not fair, but there it forward to 2019. Comics are flourishing. Sure they still aren’t being published at a rate that meets the voracious demands of our comic-loving kids, but that old stereotype of sequential art rotting your brain is starting to fall by the wayside. Walk into most libraries and you’ll see newspaper comics, nonfiction comics, action adventure comics, dramatic comics, lowbrow comics, highbrow comics, the works! So what won’t you see in a children’s room? Horror comics for kids. It seems that Wertham’s influence casts its long shadow to this day. You can search adult horror comics (and even Neil Gaiman’s had fun with it with titles like, Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire) and YA trucks with it as well, but children’s books? Unless you’re talking about those weak adaptations of Goosebumps stories (and I am not) the pickings are slim. They're not non-existent, but it would be hard to create a list of the seriously scary stuff.Which brings us to Nathan Hale. In 2017 Mr. Hale branched out of his “Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales” series, writing a standalone science fiction comic called One Trick Pony. An awesome experiment in concise storytelling, Hale managed to eschew complicated globe building, while also coming up with a beautiful special post-apocalyptic landscape. In the book, aliens have attacked Earth and stolen most of our technology. When it takes a third act trip to outer zone the book makes a sharp right-hand turn into grotesqueries. Something akin to Hieronymus Bosch ala Zone Oddity. I remember reading the book and feeling beautiful impressed that Hale was able to obtain away with something quite that psychedelic in a children’s book. Now, it appears, that was just the warm up. Apocalypse Taco is a straight-up horror comic for kids. Gross and intelligent, unpredictable and a bit of a mess, and really, thoroughly enjoyable. Of course you’ll probably only agree if you’re into intelligent horror in the first ’s Tech Night at the high school and that means an overnight fest of working on the sets for a production of Brigadoon. Middle schoolers Axl and Ivan obtain to support because their mom’s in charge of the work, but when the possibility comes to create a 1:30 AM burger run with sixteen-year-old Sidney, they jump at the chance. They mean to go to McDonalds but when they search a Taco Bear begin instead it just makes sense to buy late night munchies there. It’s funny how the discovery that your meal has turned into demon squid taco boxes can really dampen your mood. The next thing they know, Axl, Ivan, and Sidney appear to be trapped in a globe of loose, gooey copies. Copies of their school. Copies of the streets. Even copies of themselves. It’ll take rescuing a multi-armed grad student to not only obtain out of this sticky predicament, but to figure out how it all began.If you’re a child who likes horror, you generally obtain it by watching films on the sly. There are plenty of twelve-year-olds olds out there that have gorged on It, Stranger Things, etc. When they walk into a children’s room in a library they’re going to wish horror in their books and they’re generally going to be disappointed. Horror for children is a tame affair for a reason. The best horror unnerves, but when it comes to children's book publishing you’re far more likely to search books that truck in the merely spooky. There are, however, exceptions. At first, I wanted to compare Apocalypse Taco not to any children’s comics out there (which are, as I may have mentioned, beautiful bereft of horror elements) but to the novel Little Locations by Katherine Arden. After reading it latest year, I was floored by how well it wrapped its horror concepts together. Still, upon further reflection the real companion to this book is, without a doubt, The Nest by Kenneth Oppel. In both cases you have villainous insects. You have a shifting reality where the biological becomes a repository for horror. The tone is a bit different, but that has as much to do with Hale and Oppel’s styles as it does the fact that one is a comic and one a novel. In tandem, they work beautifully. Books to lose sleep e thing that Apocalypse Taco says to me is that Nathan Hale’s “Hazardous Tales” series must create some amazing cash for Amulet Books. How else would the man have had the clout to obtain something this wildly inventive into the American marketplace? The book reads like a work of catharsis. Hale’s art spins wildly out of control in a beautifully controlled manner (if that makes any sense at all). One min he’s creating a melting world, and the next it’s all limbs and hands. There are lots of tentacles, and plenty of teeth, and the whole endeavor succeeds in making you feel that you’ve dropped into a particularly gooey Wonderland. Comparisons to Alice wouldn’t be wrong since there is a dreamlike quality to the imaginings, horrific though they be. Only Alice didn’t have to deal with a globe being copied by little bees. Not that I know of, ’s interesting to examine how much of the book consists of diving down, deep deep into something. I’m sure the Freudians would have a field day with this one, but let’s just think about what this means for kids. Lots of books have made underground worlds. Town of Ember, the aforementioned Alice, Gregor the Overlander, etc. Hale uses the opportunity to sink and then rise as an excuse to offer our characters some exposition and back-story. When you’re trapped in a vehicle controlled by goo, that’s as amazing a time as ever to discuss what’s going on. Sometimes when explanations arise in a novel, they don’t live up to the premise. Hale doesn’t suffer from that particular malady. These may not be the simplest answers in the world, but darned if they’re boring.Just as the hero of Kevin in this book can’t quite hold what’s event to the globe under control, so too does Hale have a little issue keeping everything comprehensible in this storyline. Rereadings help, of course, but I don’t think the book benefits from too close a reading. If you’re looking for plot holes, you’ll probably fall into a couple. I had to read and reread to figure out how our heroes got into Copy Cat Land and I’m still puzzling over what it takes to obtain out of it. There’s also the fact that beneath Copy Cat Land is the Hive of Goop. It’s simple to obtain the two confused. About the time Kevin says the Hive of Goop was in his brain I was ready to begin all over again. Sometimes a novel without a lot of drive is said to not be a “plot forward” book. I’d say this book isn’t necessarily a "linear forward" comic. You can obtain forward. You will obtain forward. But there’s going to be a lot of backing and forthing and upping and downing along the way. There’s a weird comfort in the fact that Hale is perfectly aware of this, though. At one point Axl cries out in frustration, “Hang on? Is this an explanation story INSIDE you EXPLANATION STORY?” You gotta respect that.If you’re going to be technical about it, the horror comics children were reading in the 1950s weren’t specifically aimed at children in the first place. But the creators of those comics knew perfectly well that that was who was going to buy them. With that in mind, it’s probably fair to say that until the latest few years, horror comics have never been written intentionally with a kid audience in mind, and those that have have been fairly so-so. Apocalypse Taco is therefore a wholly fresh creation in more ways than one. It opens the door for more kid-friendly horror (whether or not you see that as a amazing thing is up to you, but the 12-year-old me is pumping her fist right now), blows the roof off the competition, and is a amazing story besides. I mean, it’s got everything! Tooth monsters. School lockers full of goo. Brigadoon. You name it! I wouldn’t hand it to a child that doesn’t already love the creepy, but for the right kiddo this will be the respond to their sweet twisted nightmares. A lovely dose of insanity for your local library shelves. Who could ask for anything more?For ages 10 and up.
**Ponderous, meandering epic with a few bright spots.** This movie is about a soldiers quest to search a renegade and insane Colonel (a bald Brando in an extended cameo) who has hidden himself away in the depths of the jungle and is causing all manner of commotion. Quite what it was - I can't remember, but it _was_ necessary enough to go down stream in find of him. Sheen's hero decides to head down river with his fellow soldiers and seek out the bald lunatic before its too late. Robert Duvall is hilarious as a battle immune soldier - especially when a shell explodes near him and he merely gives it a disinterested glance. Amusing! On the whole, though, this is a ponderous trip - the movie seems to meander aimlessly with small to hold this viewer interested. - Ian Beale
Amazing idle game. Cute graphics, really well detailed. Android game is attractive as well as clever and beautiful funny. Controls are simple, but can obtain annoying to constantly retap generators. As well as the 4 hour offline limit which requires plenty of micro. I still begin it up though constantly to check on my progress. Overall though favorite idle android game at the moment, easy and indeed fun.
I loved it! It's beautiful addicting and there's no true paywall if you take the time and just plan out your runs. I have a lot of problem enjoying these types of android games because most of the time there's a beautiful massive "pay to enjoy" theme. But this was actually a amazing departure from that model. I did feel like there were a few minor things that I couldn't reasonably access without true dollars, but not major items I cared about.
This is a unbelievable and special resource management game. It has some aspects of clicker/incremental games, as well as some from idle games, and the bit of story behind what happens when you "reset" is more well-thought than any other time I've seen it done. Also, while you can purchase in-game items with true money, I've never felt pressured to do so, nor does choosing not to show an impassable bottleneck. At worst, the few resource shortages just mean waiting for the right everyday reward or powering through some winner levels for the right loot. As far as I've seen, the only room that must be purchased with true cash exists as a convenience only. I'll be playing this android game for a while and I'll certainly be supporting the developers however I can.
I love this game! Most enjoyable idle android game I've played. In depth and slightly customizable progression system, never grows old, and enjoyably implements mechanics that other android games bog you down with like endless tapping and excessive ads. Adorable graphics and enjoyable small bits of hidden dialogue and animation are icing on the delicious cake that is this game. Looking forward to the future of this game, can't believe it's just leaving beta!
This is such an awesome game. I've been playing since beta and honestly can't stop coming back to it. The android game has me hooked and I spend every spare moment I have when I'm not doing something playing this game. Honestly such an awesome android game and I would like to thank and congratulate the devs for creating it. Only thing I would say is to maybe create the unique floors a @#$%!&eaper £25 for a mobile android game is a bit much for a floor I would love to obtain use out of
This android game can be a bit fun for someone with small time. It's more about setting up the rooms in your turret to create various things and coming back every 4 hours (the max idle time) to progress and restart up. It looks amazing and is a few other things to do while you wait. You may burn out quickly if you test to play too much though, as of this post it's still a bit light on different modes. But still worth a download if your into a various kind of idle games.
I honestly believe the jokes could've used a small break but I do believe that it had quite a lot of thought of thought place into the game, after all its somewhat difficult but that's what makess it addictive. Although it [email protected]#$%!& me to say so but I'm lovin it. 😂😂lol McDonald's 😂😂
If you like your humor absurdist, your science fiction mildly terrifying and mildly disgusting, and your nachos delivered by a bear wearing a sombrero, then friend, have I got the comic for you. Even if you don’t think you like any of those things, trust me…I’ve got the comic for you. Apocalypse Taco not only exceeded my expectations, it place my expectations into a telepod from Cronenberg’s The Fly, spliced them with a glittering unicorn puppy, and then exceeded THOSE super sparkly mutant range things are afoot at the Taco Bear. When Axl, Ivan, and Sid go on a late-night snack run for their school theatre troupe, they go through the drive-through and quickly realize that they’re not in the same globe that was on the other side of the staticky intercom and ursine sombrero enthusiast. They’ve stumbled into an alternate dimension, where they encounter carnivorous nachos, monsters created entirely out of teeth, and a grad student named Wendy with an indeterminate number of arms. I fear that I’ve said too much already, because this is a book that you need to experience for yourself, but I really wish you to read this and I figured that assassin nachos and tooth demons would be powerful selling is book is rated for a middle grade audience, which I think is a excellent age range. Obviously it will appeal to adults as well — I am, arguably, an adult, and this book is my fresh obsession — but it’s never too scary or gory for its intended audience. Young readers will love the ick factor, and Nathan Hale’s art finds a miraculous balance between mind-bending horror and kid-friendly comedy. (The copy I reviewed hadn’t even been colourful yet, so I can’t imagine how amazing it’s going to look once I go buy myself the finished product.)The entire book, in fact, is the excellent combination of creepy, weird, and hilarious. I’m seriously considering renting a hot air balloon to drop copies of this near (but not directly on top of) unsuspecting pedestrians to spread the word about this book. It really has everything. Do you like comedy? Read Apocalypse Taco. Ya dig sci-fi? Have some Apocalypse Taco. You a horror fan? Apocalypse Taco time, my friend. Are weird comics your jam? Then I suggest a small Apocalypse Taco.Once you’ve read it and loved it, come back and allow me know. And maybe support me out in my mission to spread the Apocalypse Taco gospel. I have a feeling that hot air balloon deposit is going to be beautiful thanks to Amulet Books and Edelweiss+ for providing an advance copy. I am under no obligation to review this book; I do so voluntarily.
Meh, amazing concept but lacking. I like the idea of killing the world, but this has no true depth. You click and the death count goes up. Within 10 minutes the android game ends. And you begin again. There is no attachment there. No investment, you dont feel the consequences of your actions. It's just a number that gets bigger. Theres no replayability. If you like the concept, stick with plague inc. Instead. Far far better game.
Inspiring with amazing spiritual illustrations. This film illustrates the seven seals found in the Book of Revelations written by John the Apostle while he was imprisoned on the island of Patmos. What love this amazing saint had for God and his fellow man. John personally knew Jesus, and we feel this bond. The early Christians went through a brutal world, but they are all in heaven. Thanks for making a amazing movie.
Not an actual depiction of the book of Revelation. I am sorely disappointed in this movie. I wanted to like it so much but nothing in it is biblical. I was disappointed when they add things in and take things out that aren’t in the Bible. I understand they have to fill in some content but somethings take away from the message. I especially did not like seeing the bride of Christ as a woman when the bride of Christ is the CHURCH! Maybe one day someone will obtain it right with biblical movies.