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Posted by on Mar 16, 2020 in Computer Applications, Games, Mobile games |

Reasons Why We’re All Obsessed With ‘Adorable Home’ (Part 3)

Reasons Why We’re All Obsessed With ‘Adorable Home’ (Part 3)

You won’t feel single.

In selecting the character that technically builds and runs the house, the game also let player choose a partner to spend time with, prepare lunch for, and lovingly wait for until the partner comes home from work. There’s a lot of players are in love with this feature because, according to them, at least they’re not single in the game!

You’re able to imagine how things are when living with your partner.

Whether it’s not encourage by our parents claiming you are not mature enough or you’re in a long-distance relationship, some of us are not in that stage of lives yet. Still, we’re hoping some days to live with our partner. So through our Adorable Home characters, players get to experience the feeling, and it just warms our hearts!

People might argue that this game is just all hype, still, we do believe that the uncomplicated aspect of Adorable Home is what truly made it so incredibly attractive! As we wait for further upgrade that HyperBeard plans to deliver to us, for now we may enjoy living as calm and serene as our characters do in Adorable Home!

Tips and tricks for Adorable Home:

After doing your cat duties— including showering, cuddling, cutting the nails, and stroking—you’ll be asked to select between 80 and 160 hearts. Here’s a hint: Tap both options at the same time to get 240 “love“!

It’s better to buy pets before gathering things for your home because more pets equals more hearts! 

Feed your pets dried fish because they’ll give you with tons of “love.”

When preparing your partner’s lunch box, give them the most expensive food to get the most of their heart!

When cutting the pets’ nails, tap on them to make things so much easier!

For stroking, don’t forget all the points that gave you “love” because all pets like these areas—it will only change as soon as you’ve finished with all of them. 

If you have enough hearts to upgrade the house, buy the garden first to bring visitors to your home which means more hearts!

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Posted by on Feb 17, 2020 in Computer Applications, Gaming guide, Mobile games |

Final Fantasy – What should you know (Part 1)

Final Fantasy – What should you know (Part 1)

Final Fantasy is a Japanese role-playing video game series created and launch by Square Enix. There are variety of gameplay, settings and storylines between each installment, different plot and gameplay elements developed throughout, concentrates on fantasy and science fantasy themes. Although the core series is a role-playing game setting, it has been broaden into other genres, such as MMORPGs, tactical, action, and fighting role-playing games. The series has been published on many platforms, starting with the Nintendo Entertainment System, which consists of consoles, computers, mobile phones as well as streaming services. The series has also launch in other forms of media, including films, novels, and manga.

The majority of the games consist of single stories with unique characters, twisted scenarios and themes, though several unexpected sequels to main series games linkages stories within the same worlds. 

The series is famous for its recurring gameplay mechanism, settings and features. Commonly recurring features consist of the series’ “mascot” creature, chocobos, that are often referred to as steeds; a character called Cid who is usually associated with profession of engineering; moogles, cute flying creatures that often assist the player by managing some of the game mechanics; the summoned creatures based on mythology that can be called forth to assist players in battle and also commonly compete as bosses; the job system where playable characters are classified by their job class; and the active time combating system, an evolution of the classic based system common where the units’ level and speed determines how many actions they can implement.

The series’ plots have the tendency to concentrate on a group of characters from diverse backgrounds who gather as team to save their world while handling their own struggles and combating against a central antagonist whose objective is usually destructing the world. Names, designs and spells are often depending on real-world mythologies, religions, customs and cultures.

The series is Square Enix’s flagship title and their best selling video game title with 130 million units soldfrom mobile releases and MMO subscriptions. It has significant impact in popular culture, particularly for spreading the console RPG genre outside of Japan’s border. Its features orchestral music, memorable and lively characters, realistic and detailed artistic graphics and innovative mechanism. All of which has made the franchise become notable in the industry.

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Posted by on Feb 10, 2020 in Games, Mobile games |

Indie game vs. AAA games (Part 2)

Indie game vs. AAA games (Part 2)

The indie style commonly is believed to be more accessible to the wider audience around the world due to several reasons. First, they’re much affordable than AAA games — indie titles almost never cost more than twenty five dollars. Secondly, they have rather simple game style and are easier to understand and play. This simplistic characteristic enables a wide variety of gamers to be able to play and enjoy the game, regardless of gaming skills or experience. Lastly, they have the tendency to be significantly less rely on hardware, which means that for PC players, they won’t need to update their hardware with the latest parts in order for the game to functioning well.

In general, AAA games are more expensive but it doesn’t mean offering more content or any realistic artistic graphical style.

In sharp contrary to indie titles, AAA games are written and developed by big studios that hires hundreds, or even thousands, of people working for them. In addition to that, the projects are supported by many publisher (both big and small), which given the development team with a massive resources to work on. Thanks to the size of the budget and development teams, AAA games are typically long, large, heavy and feature detailed, complex sound with art graphics. The term AAA itself is meant to refer to the expectations of players that these games are developed with incredibly high-quality.

As a result of the much larger cash and resources investment that goes into AAA games, they always cost more money to purchase than indie games. Typically, AAA games cost range from $45 to $65. Gameplay in AAA games also has the tendency to have a lot more complexity, and in multiplayer games mode, there’s often a learning curve presented that players have to work to pass. Since they usually features cutting-edge visuals, PC players need to update their equipment with strong enough hardware to run the title smoothly.

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Posted by on Jan 27, 2020 in Games, Mobile games |

The best adventure games (Part 3)

The best adventure games (Part 3)

The Walking Dead: Series 1

Released: 2012 | Developed by Telltale Games 

Completely redefine the adventure gaming rules, Telltale offered a sense of action and deep emotion to everyone’s beloved comics. It’s best to not investigate the smoke and mirrors too closely, but no adventure has ever driven so many people to consider every decision for what it will speak about them as much as what it could possibly do.

Zork: Grand Inquisitor

Released: 1997 | Developed by Activision

In fact, most of the Zork series isn’t great enough to be on any best-of list created by Richard Cobbett. But the combination of them make a hilarious game of wit and lateral thinking which is about changing a sign to turn an infinite corridor to become a merely finite one, winning a game of strip rock-paper-scissors by reading the mind, or solving a complex puzzle.

The Witness

Released: 2016 | Developed by Thekla, Inc 

The game is modern successor to Myst, The Witness is more of a puzzle than a classic adventure game, in which every interaction central around simply drawing paths onto screens by connecting a couple of dots. Then comes the puzzles which is as complicated as any other. Little by little, The Witness let you explore and figure out why it exists. If you are fan of puzzle games, check it out.

Tales From The Borderlands

Released: 2014 | Developed by Telltale Games

Tales From The Borderlands is one of Telltale’s best interactive games, which originally looked like the most ridiculous, and funny games of the year. However, as you play along, you will enjoy it for its cinematic craziness, its occasional generosity which letting you into no ordinary adventure or something of the standard for adventures by any stretch. However, the wit, and the soundtrack pull it off to create a amazing style

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Posted by on Jan 6, 2020 in Games, Gaming guide, Mobile games |

The best sport games (part 2)

The best sport games (part 2)

Virtual Tennis 3
Virtual Tennis 3 is absolutely the best tennis game with the combination of an arcade game and a simulator which is suitable for both, the more serious as well as casual gamers. 

The main career mode allow the player to travel around the world playing tennis against the biggest talents with customize function to alter your player in detail to an unique mannerism and with a lot of cool licensed tennis equipment. The graphics have been greatly upgraded to the nearest photorealistic style. 

World of Fishing
It’s one of the more unusual sports games – Fishing – which is obviously a very specific kind of quiet activity, but when it comes to this genre, players would be hard pressed to find anything better than World of Fishing. This game is a combination of fishing simulator and a MMO with hundreds of items, character development at fishing locations around the world. If you are beginner, the in-game tutorial will get you up to speed and catching some 450 types of fish and dozens of quests. Moreover, the daily missions will keep you playing World of Fishing for a very long time.

NHL 09
NHL 09 is the latest version of the renowned ice-hockey game that has been launched on the Windows / PC platform. Now seven years has gone making the release the game appear a bit outdated in terms of graphics, but it does not alter the fact that this is the best ice hockey games on a PC with great gameplay and controls on an online multiplayer mode. Besides, it is also featured offline mode that you will probably attract to play for months before changing to the online mode. The most interesting is the Dynasty mode where players can take control of everything from trading players, signing agents and so much more.

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Posted by on Dec 23, 2019 in Games, Mobile games |

Common types of gamers (part 2)

Common types of gamers (part 2)

4. The Social Gamer
Social gamers are those prefer to play multiplayer games with friends and family as they associate playing a indoor or outdoor game with building relationships. They plan get-togethers around important game releases so that they can made plenty of friends through gaming circles. They are highly competitive and like to discuss game related trivia and new releases with friends to get a sense of achievement when they win against friends and family.

5. The Midcore Gamer

The midcore gamer is talented players but does not spend a significant amount of time playing the latest games. They play only when they have the mood and take it seriously when they have a favourite game genre which they stick to. This type of player incidentally accounts for a good chunk of numbers, who might have been hardcore previously, but have limited their playing time for various reasons.

6. The Toxic Gamer

Everyone once in a while come across this kind of toxic gamer whose goal is to make everyone’s gaming experience worse. In a team-based game, they always blame their teammates when it’s not performing well. Team morale is therefore negatively affected, which can lead everyone feel frustrated and wanting to quit. It’s best to kick out toxic players so that everyone could focus on the gameplay such as using mute and kick buttons for you to be ready to hit whenever someone in the game is becoming a toxic influence.

7. The Feeder

A feeder is the one who dies too many times in a game. With that definition, most of us do start playing games as feeders because we need time to learn how to play the game. But as long as when we have spent a certain amount of time playing a game and have mastered the basics, we will improve although there still are feeders at supposedly higher skill brackets.

If one find himself dying from the start of the game until the end, just learn to play safer by sticking with teammates and try to communicate with them. If you keep dying, it will only make the game harder and more frustrating for you and your teammates although your opponents will love you.

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