Check these out too!15 best simulation games for Android15 best strategy games for Android Big Little FarmerPrice: FreemiumDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYBig Little Farmer is a bit unique in the farming games genre. This is one of the few freemium games (in any genre) that also supports complete offline play. Otherwise, it appears to play quite a bit like Farmville. You dig up ground, plant crops, raise animals and harvest their milk and eggs, decoration and customize your farm, and sell your stuff for a profit. The controls are easy enough and there is a metric ton of content to unlock and play with. The basic premise does get repetitive after some time. However, that's something you'll find with pretty much all of the freemium farming simulators. Still, this is a good option for casual players.DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY Blocky FarmPrice: FreemiumDOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYBlocky Farm is a farm game with Minecraft style graphics. It also has a slightly more arcade game feel than most farming sims … [Read more...] about 10 best farming games and simulators for Android!
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Mark Hicks The Detroit News Published 8:50 PM EDT Oct 26, 2018 Commerce Township — Vice President Mike Pence’s wife rallied a crowd here Friday, urging them to vote for Republican Lena Epstein in her bid for Congress as well as other GOP candidates in the Nov. 6 midterm election. With less than two weeks to go before state voters head to the polls, Karen Pence noted her presence as a sign of Michigan's significance. “Michigan is once again a pivotal election state,” the second lady told nearly 100 people at the campaign office of 11th Congressional District candidate Epstein. "...The road to the majority is going to lead right through Michigan, this seat." The state has a 9-5 GOP advantage in its U.S. House delegation, but two Republican-leaning districts including the 11th are considered toss-ups. The vice president plans to return to Michigan Monday to campaign for Epstein in Waterford Township. It would mark the fifth time … [Read more...] about Karen Pence: ‘Road to (House) majority leads right through Michigan’
By Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle Published 2:37 pm CDT, Tuesday, October 16, 2018 PHOTOS: Everything you need to know about Carmelo Anthony Houston Rockets' Carmelo Anthony watches play from the baseline during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game against the San Antonio Spurs, Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Darren Abate) less PHOTOS: Everything you need to know about Carmelo Anthony Houston Rockets' Carmelo Anthony watches play from the baseline during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game against the San Antonio ... more Photo: Darren Abate, FRE / Associated Press Will Carmelo get along with Rockets' coach Mike D'Antoni? D'Antoni coached Anthony with the Knicks, but resigned mid-season in 2012. Since resigning, D'Antoni has gone on the record to say he was frustrated that Anthony wouldn't accept a role playing power forward that season. D'Antoni told the … [Read more...] about Carmelo Anthony adjusts to role off the Rockets bench
By Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle Updated 1:57 pm CDT, Tuesday, October 16, 2018 PHOTOS: Things to know about Carmelo Anthony Houston Rockets guard Michael Carter-Williams (1) puts up a shot over Memphis Grizzlies center Doral Moore (14) and guard Andrew Harrison (5) during the second half of a preseason NBA basketball game, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, in Birmingham, Ala. Houston Rockets won 131-115. (AP Photo/Butch Dill) >>>See things to know about the Rockets' Carmelo Anthony ... less PHOTOS: Things to know about Carmelo Anthony Houston Rockets guard Michael Carter-Williams (1) puts up a shot over Memphis Grizzlies center Doral Moore (14) and guard Andrew Harrison (5) during the second ... more Photo: Butch Dill/Associated Press Will Carmelo get along with Rockets' coach Mike D'Antoni? D'Antoni coached Anthony with the Knicks, but resigned mid-season in 2012. Since resigning, … [Read more...] about Michael Carter-Williams’ return gives Rockets’ Mike D’Antoni an unusually deep rotation for him
Mark Hicks The Detroit News Published 9:50 PM EDT Oct 15, 2018 A Metro Detroit health care CEO pleaded guilty Monday in an investigation into a $300 million scheme to distribute 6.6 million doses of controlled substances, federal authorities said. Mashiyat Rashid, who led Tri-County Wellness Group, as well as owned, controlled and operated numerous pain clinics, laboratories and other providers in Michigan and Ohio, pleaded guilty to paying kickbacks to obtain patients, soliciting bribes for physicians to refer Medicare beneficiaries and committing money laundering in connection with a $6.6 million wire transfer in 2016. The 38-year-old also pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud, and money laundering. In connection with his plea agreement, he agreed to forfeit$51,396,917.70, as well as turn over $11.5 million in real estate and a Detroit Pistons season ticket membership. His sentencing is scheduled for April … [Read more...] about Mich. health-care CEO pleads guilty in $300M fraud scheme