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evening revelations - Princess
maigrey
maigrey
evening revelations
party tonight as miss c. fay is in town. Man, I miss that gal.

Things I have learned:

  • No tetris variant will ever be better than tetris attack

  • No console game can beat Bomberman in the statistic of curses/min

  • I can be mistaken for a drunken sailor (or at least what comes out of my mouth can) due to my competitive nature; I hate losing

  • I think game console thumb is a real disease. Ow.

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iltamies From: iltamies Date: March 30th, 2002 10:48 am (UTC) (Link)
You sound like someone who would enjoy such games as "Tetrinet," "Alchemy," and "Candy Cruncher." Ever played any of them?
From: ex_sinnie785 Date: March 30th, 2002 11:03 am (UTC) (Link)
*drool*
tetrinet!
maigrey From: maigrey Date: March 30th, 2002 10:58 pm (UTC) (Link)

Hmmm....

I have played alchemy, and it is No Tetris Attack. It is a game you can hide easily if you're playing at work. Uh, not that I'd know from experience or anything. No, really!

The other two I have not yet played. Where might I find these wonders of gamitude?

... and actually the tetris-variant that I have found most addictive (but not really at all like tetris attack, which has been reincarnated as Pokemon Puzzle Challenge (da hell?)) is bejeweled. This is not so easy to hide at work and is very very very addictive. Um, not that I'd know about the work thing from experience. No, no, really!
iltamies From: iltamies Date: March 30th, 2002 11:14 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: Hmmm....

Candy Cruncher automatically pauses itself when it's not the window on top. It's very gaming at work friendly. Tetrinet is not. It's multi-player Tetris you can play across the internet or a LAN. It's grand.
maigrey From: maigrey Date: March 31st, 2002 06:47 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Hmmm....

Where may I find these wonderous games? :)
iltamies From: iltamies Date: March 31st, 2002 09:09 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Hmmm....

Candy Cruncher here

Tetrinet Here

Both are available for Windows and UNIX/Linux computers. And Candy Cruncher is there for Macs, too.
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