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.
This app is humiliatingly fun, Fangirls. You know that type of fun. Like you’re being roasted or something. It’s a brilliantly simple idea for a game. Take three numbers (1, 2, 3) and put them together in easy equations. Add in a timer, a snarky laughing dog, and you’ve got an app that I can’t stop playing.
I stumbled into it again, Fangirls. I downloaded an app that seemed innocent. Then, I found my self grunting, death gripping my phone, praying that this time I would get it right. This time I would move on to the next level. All the dramatic music the app plays doesn’t help. Read More »
Fangirls. I have found a game so cute, so fun, that I endlessly squeal while playing it. It’s so fucking adorable, and not to mention a fantastic time. It’s super easy to play, super fun to look at, and will supply you with endless hours of pure adorable delight. Jellies has won my heart.
Fangirls! This week, I bring you the cutest little 8 bit app. If it’s fun & tricky game play doesn’t get you obsessed enough with this game, it’s adorableness most definitely will. It’s also super easy, great for kids, and did I mention that it’s super cute?Read More »
Greetings, Fangirls! There’s an app I’ve been quite obsessed with for a while now. Somehow, it’s taken me this long to write about it. But, here we are now to bring light to one of the greatest puzzle games ever in my opinion, Blendoku.
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Last week I picked up Eric Kahn Gale’s novel The Bully Book up from Barnes and Noble. I hadn’t heard much about this book, but Gale works with Team StarKid, and t’is the season for gift cards, so I figured why not? I was pleasantly surprised!