One of the great things about free time while the boy is at work is playing his video games. He has a pretty solid collection of Ratchet & Clank games, and at his place was the first time I played one of their games; Into the Nexus. This time, I played Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time. This was another wonderfully crafted story, and I was excited to play through it. Crack in Time follows Ratchet and Clank separately, as Ratchet works to find Clank, and Clank learns about his destiny.
Fangirls, I like my games. I like apps that I can play when I’m bored on my break, or that I can use on the train. I like the idea of not having to worry about using the wifi, so I prefer games and apps that don’t require it. But I’ve noticed that I have an appdiction, and my phone isn’t too happy about it.
Okay, Fangirls, I know last week I spoke about how incredibly into my New 3DS I am, and I was going to wait to write about how in love with Pokemon I am, but I can’t. I’ve been playing it just about constantly (even though I try not to play it constantly), and it’s definitely become an addiction.
Fangirls, I feel like I’ve been missing out for so much of my life. Up until very recently, I had never owned a hand-held gaming device. I know that the New 3DS has been out for awhile, so if you’re quite versed in the system, feel free to skip over this.
Every time, Fangirls, this book gets me going. It gets me pumped about solving mysteries, girl power, and (of course) friendship to the max! I love these crazy ladies from Roanoke cabin, and I just want to hug them all and pat their heads.
A friend of mine gave me a big long list of delicious apps for me to devour, and City 2048 was the first one I tried out. Needless to say, I haven’t made it any further down the list yet. This game is so simple, and actually has so little for you to do, yet it’s ever so enticing.
Never in my life have I gotten so involved in an app, Fangirls. Yes, every other week I tell you about an app that has stolen my heart, but nothing can compare what is happening between Two Dots & me. It’s a rather savage addiction. Playing in the middle of the night, sneaking it at work. Trips to the bathroom have turned into 20 minute voyages, refusing to leave until I’ve gone through all my lives and can no longer play. I adore this game. I want to share it with the world. But I must warn you of what you are getting yourself into.