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Tuesday, July 20, 2010
 PWI and AW (Permalink)
Topic: Gaming
Channeling - The Dragon's Breath

Now level 63 Wizard for Perfect World. The FB/BH runs are a bit annoying. By the time I channel and send out a spell, the monster is killed. At least I'm of some use when we reach the bosses. That is until I do too much damage and the suckers come chasing after me and I keep hearing that wizards are the most squishiest of classes. :p


ActiveWorlds, Active Worlds

Pretty much slowing down in ActiveWorlds. Built dinky homes so far... Making the landscape takes a lot of time. By the time I get the area set up, I don't feel any creativity coming through in making houses or buildings...

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 11:46 PM EDT
Monday, July 5, 2010
 Still playing Perfect World International & ActiveWorlds (Permalink)
Mood:  surprised
Topic: Gaming
Level 53 Wizard in Perfect World

A month later, I'm still playing the game. Not only that but I reached level 53. So now anything beyond here is brand new. It'll be weird. However, I am starting to feel the boredom seeping in.

I've been playing around in Active Worlds for a little while too.


Building on Alpha World in ActiveWorlds

Looks like crap but hey... hehe. Hope Riff won't be too annoyed.

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 2:18 PM EDT
Sunday, January 24, 2010
 Henry Hatsworth (Permalink)
Topic: Gaming

I can say I'm finally done with Henry Hatsworth. I didn't beat it but I'm at that point where I'm just done with it. I reached the last world, Tealand, but I can't make it beyond 5-1. I've tried and tried - even watched a youtube video to prepare myself for what's coming up but I keep dying and I'm done! hehe. It was a fun game but brutal and cruel.

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 6:54 AM EST
Monday, January 11, 2010
 Henry Hatsworth in The Puzzling Adventure (Permalink)
Topic: Gaming

I received this game for Christmas and I'll admit I thought it was one of those cheapy games that I'll play for a few minutes and toss aside. Besides Henry Hatsworth, I also got Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming and Populous. I tried HM:FF and got bored of it within minutes since all you do is move tiles around to create chains or whatever. I have not taken the shrinkwrap off Populous yet for fear that this game will be the same.

However... Henry Hatsworth... This game is difficult yet addictive. I think at first glance, a lot of people will assume it's a puzzle game but it's not. It's more of a Mario game but you have to switch to a puzzle format in the bottom screen to move blocks around and make matches. You can't ignore the puzzle because the monsters you attack in the top screen will fall down and become a block. If you don't take care of the monsters in the puzzle screen, they'll come back to haunt you in the top screen as a difficult flying block.

 I was having fun with this game until I hit level 3-6 which is a boss named The Captain. He's this really old man who has a huge nurse which uses him as a weapon. Pretty hilarious but it wears off fast! I did finally beat this level and now I'm slowly, very slowly, working through the Puzzle Realm. It's a little difficult but the levels are extremely long. When I die a few times, I just turn the game off.

I think ultimately I won't be able to complete this game. The addictiveness long wore off when I was stuck dealing with the Atlantia Boss. Still fun though... to some degree. ;)

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 10:09 AM EST
Thursday, October 29, 2009
 Nintendo DSi LL & Monster Finder (Permalink)
Topic: Gaming
Wow.. Maybe it's a good thing I waited.

Nintendo DSi LL

This version seems to be quite a bit larger than the DSi and DS lite.

Not only that but there's a DSi - exclusive game coming out as well.

Monster Finder


Posted by Blue Green Gem at 5:06 AM EDT
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
 Professor Layton and the Curious Village (Permalink)
Mood:  not sure
Topic: Gaming

I hated the game. I wish I could understand why it was popular. I thought the game would be like solving puzzles related to the mystery, trying to work your way through to find out what was going on.

Instead the puzzles were pretty much in the 'WTF?' category. PL&TCV was really just a book of random puzzles that had nothing to do with the story. I struggled through the game but I could only do two or three puzzles in one sitting before I got extremely bored and moved on.

I did finally finish it though... and sold it to someone else for $20. I don't plan on getting the sequel; Professor Layton and The Diabolical Box.

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 5:47 PM EDT
Sunday, August 16, 2009
 Lost interest in MMORPG. DS however... (Permalink)
Topic: Gaming
Yup, just as I had figured. After I made my recent entry of playing in a MMORPG, I lost interest very shortly after. I realized a short while ago that I hadn't logged in to play the game for the entire month of July!

After tons of updates were downloaded and installed, I found that the game was impossible to play on my computer. The lag is beyond phenomenal! I tried to maneuver around but I finally gave up. It's all them mounts that people are jumping around with. It kills my computer. It also appears that the faction I was in had been abandoned or merged with another faction. I really have no idea. No one was on. Good thing I lost interest when I did. The idea of killing more and more monsters just makes me close the game down and find something else to do.

I've been more focused on my Nintendo DS lately. I've been trying to find some fun games to buy but even that list is very small. I avoid most of the 'brain' games. I was so disappointed with Brain Age 2. That got boring *fast*! I was following this incredibly long thread on Amazon: DS Games for Adult? I might try some of the games mentioned there.

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 3:11 AM EDT
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
 Playing on an MMORPG (Permalink)
Topic: Gaming
Wizard Class in MMORPG

Yup, A screenshot of my character in action.

For the past month and some days, I've been playing on an MMORPG. My first ever... I didn't think I would last long but I reached level 50. My character is a wizard (Are you surprised? No? hehe.) and it's been a hard trip. When I first joined, I didn't want to be in any guilds right away but it really is hard to do certain quests by yourself. Having a guild really helps you out on your journey through the lands and various monsters.

I'm not sure how much longer I'll keep at this game. I'm starting to really loathe the idea of killing more and more monsters to level up. It's becoming rather repetitive... I was told to create a new character but the idea of doing everything all over again is even more scary. hehe.

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 8:38 AM EDT
Saturday, November 15, 2008
 Brain Age 2 - Your brain age is 75?! (Permalink)
Topic: Gaming
I got Brain Age 2 for Christmas last year. I used it regularly for about two weeks and then used it off and on over periods of months. I chatted with a friend today about Brain Age so I decided to pop the game in. Turns out the last time I had it in my DS was in September. I gave it a whirl for today...
Ack! Your brain is so tired!

Whaaaat? My brain ain- You kidding me?? ... Well, it turns out that the game really was kidding.

Oops... I made an error! Heh heh!

And my real brain age isssss....

This is a call for help! Take me seriously, dude.

My brain age is 46! Apparently my poor brain needs more stimulation. Time to hit SUDOKU. image

Posted by Blue Green Gem at 12:01 AM EST
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