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Sailor Moon Drops?!?!

Soooooo, I was on Facebook and it suggested a game for me to try! Every Sailor Moon fan who likes bejeweled should play this!
This game is not only a fun puzzle game with pretty jewels, it also follows the Sailor Moon anime plot line!
You move along a map, your enemy is Beryl (like the classic), and you get to checkpoints where you have to defeat enemies!
You start with Usagi introducing herself, and transforming into a sailor soldier, and make friends along the way, like in the series!
Plus, you can't forget the dynamic of Usagi and Mamoru! And of course, Tuxedo Mask, who as always, has a great bit of flare! 😂😉 I love her reaction! So classic! The game is well done and cute, everyone should play it! Happy puzzle playing!
Found this gem online. Not mine. Credit to original author.
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this is adorable!
I love this game! I have it on my iPad
I should try it out!!
I started playing this like 2 days ago lol
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O Terminal dos Coreanos é superior nesta seção. Câmeras As câmeras dos smartphones de hoje cada vez se tornam poderosos e profissionais. O iPhone 12 Pro Max e o Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra são os maiores expoentes, hoje no mercado e são os dispositivos que oferecem as melhores câmeras atualmente. O iPhone 12 Pro Max da Apple possui 3 câmeras e um sensor LiDAR, e o Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra opta por um sensor quádruplo com dois acessórios. Estas são as especificações de ambos smartphones: iPhone 12: sensor principal de 12MP, sensor grande angular ultra-angular de 12MP e sensor de 2,5x 12MP. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: sensor principal de 108MP, sensor de 3x 10MP, sensor de 10x 10MP e sensor grande angular de 12MP. Como vem acontecendo há anos, é normal que ambos sejam muito, uniformemente combinados em termos de capacidades fotográficas. Megapixels não marcam a qualidade das câmeras há algum tempo, o importante é o processamento que ambos os dispositivos fazem. Provavelmente, em algumas situações você vai ganhar um e outro. A proposta da Samsung é muito interessante apostar em dois sensores, que serão ativados dependendo do zoom que você deseja inserir em sua fotografia. Importante também notar que o Galaxy S21 Ultra pode chegar até um zoom de 100x. A principal novidade estabelecida pela Apple este ano é o LiDAR, que ajuda com as tarefas de foco, especialmente à noite. Além disso, os sensores do iPhone 12 Pro Max são ligeiramente maiores, permitindo maior entrada de luz, e também são estabilizados. É difícil optar por um ou outro dispositivo sem comprar as fotos que ada um seja capaz de tirar. Mas as chances são de que eles são muito equilibrados, dependendo da situação um será melhor do que o outro e não achamos que haja um vencedor claro. O que o iPhone 12 Pro Max pode manter sua vantagem é na gravação de vídeo, especialmente quando você considera o advento do Dolby Vision HDR de 10 bits de qualidade de vídeo. O iPhone tem sido o melhor smartphone quando se trata de gravar vídeo há anos, embora o Galaxy S21 permita gravar em resolução 8K. Telas Há anos a Samsung é responsável pela fabricação das telas OLED usadas pelos iPhones,e há anos também, a qualidade das duas telas é semelhante. No entanto, no Galaxy Ultra, a Samsung colocou o seu melhor painel, com uma resolução incrível e uma taxa de atualização de até 120 Hz. iPhone 12 Pro Max: OLED Super Retina XDR de 6,7 polegadas com resolução de 1.284 x 2.778 pixels e 460 dpi. Brilho máximo de 1.200 nits. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: Dynamic AMOLED 2X 6,8 polegadas com resolução de 1.440 x 3.200 pixels e 515 dpi. Brilho máximo de 1.500 nits. Neste caso, parece que o painel que inclui o Samsung Galaxy Ultra é superior ao do iPhone 12 Pro Max. A resolução pode não afetar muito, mas a possibilidade de ter uma fluidez extra, com a taxa de atualização de 120 Hz é um ponto muito importante em favor dos dispositivos coreanos. Bateria Um parâmetro muito difícil de classificar ao comparar um iPhone com um smartphone Android. Pelos números ele claramente ganha o Samsung Galaxy S21, no entanto a Apple consegue obter um bom desempenho da bateria mAh. Com uma bateria de menor capacidade, o iPhone veio para obter os melhores resultados em termos de duração da bateria graças ao iOS e ao processador da Apple. A Apple Apple diz que a duração da bateria do iPhone 12 Pro Max chega a 20 horas contínuas reproduzindo vídeo. A Samsung, por sua vez, diz que o Galaxy S21 Ultra pode facilmente durar um dia completo de 24 horas. Eles são os dispositivos com a melhor autonomia do mercado, e a diferença será pequena. E há algo mais em como eles se parecem, nenhum dispositivo inclui o carregador na caixa. Ambos suportam carregamento rápido, iPhone 12 de 20W e Samsung Galaxy S21 de 25W. Dados muito semelhantes já que, sendo a menor bateria do iPhone, será preciso quase o mesmo para carregar como o Galaxy S21 Ultra. Poder Os processadores móveis da Apple têm sido os melhores há anos, e não parece que é algo que vai mudar este ano. Como já aconteceu em anos anteriores, a Samsung optou por usá-lo para seu próprio processador na Europa, então o Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra usa o processador Exynos 2100 de 5nm. O iPhone 12 Pro Max, por outro lado, usa o A14 Bionic, também construído em 5nm. Os processadores da Apple provaram ser os mais rápidos dos últimos anos, e o A14 não é exceção. Os dados do GeekBench dizem que o processador da Apple é ligeiramente maior, tanto em testar um núcleo quanto com todos os núcleos do processador. 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