In the meantime, enjoy this picture that the Ninja Bunny Lord (Ian)
put together for me last Wednesday.
- New exercise - Getting physical therapy for an injury and I have to change up a lot of things
- Costuming - I talk about this on Twitter plenty, but I'm working with a friend to make costumes for a Renaissance Fair coming up, and that's eaten days at a time
- NaNoWriMo - Well, it's supposed to have been going. I'm inspired, but just out of time to do very much with my project at all.
- Actually questing on W101 (*when I don't end up falling asleep on my questing buddy)
- Family being in town (multiple times)
- Other life interruptions which have prohibited me from being able to sit down and write posts.
Thanks for putting up with me, and I promise things will be back on track soon.
Yeah, so that went well.
I really should have known that the challenge was ridiculous. OK, I did, but I did it anyways. Anyone who's known me for a few years knows that's kind of my thing. I'm going to keep playing throughout this month nonetheless, but I know I won't get anywhere close to my goal. I'm hoping to find another month to continue on, therefore, and continue my slow pursuit towards 100.
Anyways, things have gotten in the way lately that have prevented me from really being able to write a post, but if you guys want to hear about what I've been working on with costuming for the Renaissance Faire this year, then just leave a comment below and I'll share a more in-depth look at my progress.
AKA I need to relax in the most exciting way possible.
See, what I appreciate the most about this easily-grasped rocket-fighter is that it's clever. The design is clever. The controls are clever - pressing/holding keys to make important decisions, whether that be entering a match or firing a continuous stream of missiles - and intuitive to my controller. Zen Mode is snarky ("Three, two, one...Om.") and satisfying when I get to observe the trails of light I've made. The music is upbeat and interesting, as well as skippable to a more preferable track of the OST with just a few button-presses. The design of the rockets is funny from the names of them to the way the lights pulsate to the beat of the music.
It's just a clever game, overall.
I need sleep...
Liore from Herding Cats was very kind to give me the opportunity to write a guest post for her website while she went on vacation. I am grateful for being thought of and had a great time writing the post "Gelatinous Cubes Make Excellent Team-Building Exercises" for her. Read the rest of the post HERE!
|If you're here because of the picture of my cat on Twitter, let me know in the comments section.|
So, I told myself, Why not give it another try? You only have, what, thirty-something levels to clear? Buy a month's membership.