Unless you have been living under a rock, you are sure to have noticed the influx of games that revolve around complete puzzles in order to rebuild something, be it mansions or gardens. A new addition to this genre of gaming is Lost Island: Blast Adventure. I like this game because instead of a match three, is a … blow up blocks of a color. It’s the same premise, but different. From what I have seen in the game, there are lots of interesting characters and a mystery to unravel through the power of archeology. I would check it out if you can so you can have a seal. Have I told you that you get a seal friend?
A new app game that is taking my heart way is Miraculous Ladybug and Cat Noir – The Official Game. The set up is very much like Temple Run, but it isn’t a endless runner, and that is a possitive. Instead of endlessly trying to best your score every single time, there are goals to accomplish in every single time. Completing the goal of every single level with a three-star rating. For me, that is more of an incentive than beating a high score each and every run. The locations change up a tiny bit and you get to see different versions of your favorite characters. I also love how based on who you are playing as, the movements change to better reflect the characters. That is my favorite part of the animation. There are also scenes from the show that is a tribute to the source material. Truely brilliant and adorable.
Playing escape games were a past time for me, and I recently wanted to get back into them. In comes Escape Logan Estate. It is an escape style game with a story. You are at you grandfather’s house and are searching around it. Other than that, I’m a little confused about what is going on. You have to solve puzzles around the house, but it’s not to escape. It’s to uncover the story. The first chapter is free, but the last two are about $3.00 each. Someone might find the worth it, but I personally didn’t, especially when you introduce a story element that has no conclusion. If you just play the first chapter, you will understand. At the end of it, I had more questions than answers. Maybe you guys can explain to me what’s going on. Personally, I wouldn’t pay for this game, but unfortunately, I found that out afterward. If you guys still want to play the game, you can find it on Android and iOS.
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.
Another game that has been holding my attention lately has been Matchington Mansion. The basic premise is that an author leaves you her house after dying of old age, and you and your friend are fixing the house up. In other words, it is a Match-3 game. It is a concept that has been done a couple of times in different settings but for some reason, I love this one. It might have to do with the fact that the best friend has a likable personality or the fact that I don’t have to wait hours on end in order to play again. The levels also fluctuate in difficulty. After an especially difficult level, the difficulty slightly ramps down a little bit. Also, after introducing a new gameplay dynamic, the difficulty becomes easier before slowly ramping up again. I like the art style and story. Other games that I play with this style don’t have this story component, which means that I don’t have a need to go back. I have played a couple of these types of games, I usually become bored after a couple of days of play. This one, I have been playing for the last couple of weeks. I think the short refresh time helps keep my interest. I would definitely suggest this game. You can get it on Andriod, iOS, and different online platforms.
My latest gaming obsession has been Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. It’s really adorable, and I play whenever I have the time. At the time of writing this blog post, I am at level 33, and I have 20 animals that can come to my campsite. For the people that have no clue what I’m talking about, leveling is through the relationships that you make with the different animals that live in the camp. The closer you get with animals, the higher you level gets as well as your friendship. In order to get animals to your “home” or campsite, you have to reach a certain friendship level and have certain items at your house. The higher the friendship level, the harder it becomes to get to the next level. In other words, if you have yet to start this fun game, you should really get on that. Playing this game is what you need in your life. It is available for Andriod and iOS. Since having friends is essential for this game, my friend code is 1892 9004 070. Feel free to friend me. Hope to see you in the woods.
So, I’ve been kinda obsessed with mobile games recently. This is a totally new development. Don’t you worry. (I’m totally lying. I love mobile games.) The most recently one that I’ve been playing at least a couple of times a day is called Polytopia. It is a strategy, turn-based game where your characters are people from older kingdoms, of course given random names because of … copyright(?). Each civilization has different starting points in the tech tree that you have. You start with four different civilization, but you can unlock more the better you get. There is even a pass and play mode so that you can decide who of your friend group is the best at strategizing. (It’s totally going to be you, right?) The graphics are the cute blocky design that I absolutely love and as a love of variations for a free game. And it’s available for iOS and Android.
I’m going to go and play more now.