Because I’ve been kinda stressed, I have discovered a new game to play. (I’m not obsessed, guys. I promise) It is called Hey Hospital. It is kind-of your basic resource management that takes place in a hospital. You have to build examination and treatment rooms for all of your patients, create a relaxing environment with decor and seating, and make sure that your doctors are leveling up as well. The game also does a really good job of making game progress when you are offline. Your doctor’s and patients are pretty independent and can direct themselves to where needed. Honestly, you spend the majority of the time watching everyone walk around. It’s kinda relaxing. At higher levels, the game becomes slightly more involved. At this point, I have gotten to a point where I felt forced to purchase anything. The pacing so far has been fairly balanced it far. It is a great little game to play when you want to wast a little (okay, a lot) of time. You can get this game for Andriod. As of writing this, the game is not completely released yet, but I’m sure that it will come out to other platforms once the game is complete.
Most recently, I have been rewatching Bones. It is one of my favorite procedural shows because of its application of forensic science. I absolutely loved it because it showed science and a real-world application for it. Not only that, but I scientist all had different personalities. I have seen other shows were characters that fall into a certain type all have the same personality. I decided to rewatch this show because I stopped watching the shows a few years before it went off the air. If I am remembering correctly, I stopped watching because I hated a plot line to the story was going down. I’ve seen some promos from after that point where it seemed like to show was getting on a better track before the show ended. The review for right now is on the first half of the show or pre-pregnancy as I like to call it. The first six seasons held some of my favorite episodes. There were some cringe-worthy moments, but I embraced every single one of them. It felt really good to be a part of the squint squad again. I felt every heartbreak and every cry of rejoicing as if I had watched it for the first time. I can definitely see myself watching these six seasons over and over again.
With all of the recent updates that I been released for Animal Crossing, I’ve decided to review the new updates. If you would like to read my previous statements, click here.
Some of the most recent updates included a lot of fun events center around the season. They are really fun to participate in and don’t require too much extra effort. You just have to remember that the event is occurring and to purchase the special items. Another event was a butterfly event that was fun to take place in. Once again, the game practically holds your hand along the way to the event. For this event, you just had to plant seeds that the different animals gave you and catch butterflies that came to feed. The only thing I wished happened was that the catch rate was slightly higher. It felt that the catch rate was way too low at the level of catching I was at.
An overall new update is the crafting of clothing. It’s a nice update considering the fact that there is only a small chance of clothes you may want showing up. One thing I wish was available was that you can choose color options that you want and patterns. I understand in this phase of the development of the app that they may not be able to do that, but I would like that. There is some clothing that is not to my tastes, but I can definitely see them being someone else’s.