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Posted by on Mar 9, 2020 in Games, Gaming guide |

Reasons Why We’re All Obsessed With ‘Adorable Home’ (Part 1)

Reasons Why We’re All Obsessed With ‘Adorable Home’ (Part 1)

The simulation game app, Adorable Home was published on January 8, 202 and has been offering its users an extraordinary and relaxing experience as they get to furnish their virtual home with a partner and tons of cats! Everyone in the world becomes fan of the game and even recently made the hashtag #AdorableHomePH trending on Twitter because they couldn’t help but sharing screenshots of their furnished homes. This game is so attractive that even celebrity love it!
While the increasing popularity of Adorable Home, it is becoming a viral phenomenon on social media, some of you might still be hesitating give it a try. Here, we encourage you to finally take part in the adorable bandwagon because why not?

1. You can build your dream home.
One of the most wonderful things about playing Adorable Home is you can live in your dream home! While other simulation games provide elaborate tools to build your dream house, this app enables you enjoy quite a simple aesthetic. Players really don’t need much skills to have a virtual home that they’d love to spend some virtual time in!
2. You can change the theme.
If you love the idea of decorating according to a theme, then you would find Adorable Home as an absolutely enjoyable treat. Once you have enough love – the in-game currency – to buy a ton of furniture, you could redecorate your home whatever and whenever you like!
3. You can have as many pets as you likeIf you’re a serial animal lover, maybe the best part of this game is allowing you to take care of countless of pets! From taking care of them to receiving love points back when you do so, it’s definitely a rewarding feeling! What’s more fun about it is that you can have any pet, even a bear or a tiger, which would lovingly sit in your lap and let you cuddle for hours! 

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Posted by on Feb 24, 2020 in Games, Gaming guide, Technology |

Basics about Final Fantasy Game Series

Basics about Final Fantasy Game Series

Gameplay

The Final Fantasy series usually lets the player control multiple characters in a party, and build the team’s strength by gradually upgrading new abilities and equipment to compete with more powerful opponents. In many games this task goes beyond the main story with battling superbosses and dungeons working as optional tests of skill. As a Japanese famous role-playing game, many installments in the main series, involve frequent use of setting menu to select items, skills and upgrades function.

Basic battle in Final Fantasy VI

Battle systems have variety of options, in which the majority is menu-based variants of turn-based and action-based combat systems. Earlier installments have developed battles based on random while exploring the world map, while some later versions (starting with Final Fantasy XII in the single-player mode of main series games) have free-roaming opponents that are engaged without transition. Battle commands typically has a basic physical attack featuring the equipped weapons, a magic skill set such as summoning monsters, spell set and other special command abilities such as Steal or Throw, as well as a set of items, though the player may also attempt to flee from many normal encounters. The characters normally have an HP and MP status in which HP represents the damage characters can bear before they are KO’d while MP is how many spells or other abilities a character has. Most games also have elements and status effects, which can impact the course of a battle, with enemies and allies using the same skills to attack and exploit the weaknesses and/or to strengthen their strong points in an upcoming encounter.

The most popular and widely used battle system is the Active Time Battle in which characters perform an action as soon as their ATB gauge is full. The fill rate is impacted by stats, status effects, skills used and other factors. 

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Posted by on Sep 9, 2019 in Games, Gaming guide |

Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 3)

Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 3)

Mine the mines

You’ll get a letter on the fifth day of Spring in your first year, which tells you that all the stones blocking your access to the mines between the Northeast of the Carpenter’s Shop and the West of the Adventurer’s Guild have been magically removed. Thus, get ready for some gold mining time that can earn you serious cash – and literal gold in 120 unique levels of the mine.
Remember that the deeper you get down, the better stuff you’ll get. You will need to bring your hoe to dig and your pickaxe to smash rocks as well as some snacks to remain healthy.

Fishing

At the very beginning of the game you’ll be given a fishing rod by Willy and you’ll want to spent time into it as it is a very lucrative hobby. The only problem is that it can be quite hard to master at first, but when you do it really pay off. To get started, head to the water and equip your rod, then hold down the action button and don’t let go until your cursor hits the top of the meter. By that, you’ll have a better chance of catching a higher value fish which of course, depending on where your line lands. Now all you need to do is wait for a fish to bite and quickly tap the action button. 
It would be tricky though because you’ll have to hold the action button long enough to keep your green border around the fish for the catch bar to fill up completely. If your bar depletes, the fish will escape. One small tip for you is looking for bubbling spots in the water as fish tend to bite more quickly there and be of higher value. Fishing can also be a brilliant way to earn some gold fast..

As soon as you reach fishing level two, you can buy the fibreglass rod from Willy which allows you to add bait to your line. When you reach fishing level three, remember to buy crab pots.

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Posted by on Sep 8, 2019 in Gaming guide |

How to play the whole GTA, perform GTA Vice City (Part 2)

How to play the whole GTA, perform GTA Vice City (Part 2)

On the car

– Move: As above

– Handbrake: Handbrake: Space or Num +

– Forward: Num 8

– leaning back: Num 5

– Tilt (rotate the barrel) to the right (Lean right / Turrent right): Num 6

– Tilt (rotate the barrel) to the left (Lean left / Turrent Left): Num 4

– Look to the left (Look left): Q or Num 1

– Look to the right (Look right): E or Num 3

2. Ride In Vice City

One of the habits of new players is to press the throttle button continuously, even when the car is blocked by another vehicle, trying to push it to one side. This method is very harmful and takes time. You should get into the habit of driving at a moderate speed, avoid collisions and brakes if necessary.

Turn quickly: when approaching the turn, release the forward button, press the hand brake button (handbrake) + left/right. When the car turns enough angle 90, release the other 2 buttons and accelerate. Using this method you will crab very quickly. Each vehicle has a brake at different levels and different traction.

– Get off the motorbike quickly: with the car, push the button out of the car while the car is running, Tommy will jump out of the car and lose some blood. For motorcycles, there is a way to not lose blood: push back + down, Tommy will always land with 2 legs and not lose blood. Very useful when you’re in a hurry and a few seconds of measuring the ground (if you dance in a normal way) can cause you to fail the task.

Car anti-roll: When the car is tilted to the left, press forward + left. When the car is tilted to the right, press + right. The car will regain its balance, but don’t push it too hard, so the car will lean to the other side.

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Posted by on Sep 5, 2019 in Games, Gaming guide |

Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 2)

Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 2)

Plan it right

Don’t just randomly drop those seeds, be wise of where you plan them as they can grow some extra bob if you are careful about your seed placement. For example, When planting cauliflower, melons, and pumpkins, plant them in 3×3 squares which give chance of growing a giant crop. You won’t know whether it’s worked until harvest day, but it’s worth a shot to give them some extra space. As you know, giant crops take up to 9 squares to growth.

Don’t worry about animals too soon

Although it is tempting to invest in livestock, it is a waste to streamline your money on that expeditions. Wait until you’ve got more gold rattling in your pocket. Investing money on them while you are still low in cash is a big mistake as you must also invest in building their homes, feeding and so on which is pricy. 

Especially when winter comes, you’re going to get stuck when there is not enough grass to feed growing menagerie which means you must buy costly hay from Marnie to get through the season. Each stuck of hay cost 50g and your animals will soon drain out your savings throughout the year. Is it a risk that you are willing to take?

Prioritise wood

You’ll want to start chopping down trees and stockpiling wood as soon as you’ve finished planting and watering your crops. Wood is a super important resource for unlocking new buildings and items; thus, try not to sell it unless you’re super desperate for cash, because you’ll quickly  need woods to be able to craft incredibly useful items like storage chests. 

Unlock the beach bridge first

Start repairing the bridge to the left hand side of the beach as soon as you’ve got 300 wood. The bridge give you access to the Tidal Pools, which is home of numerous valuable items like coral, sea urchins and other shells. Collecting and selling them for extra cash through your shipping box, or selling them directly to the fisherman, Willy, at his shop on the pier

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