Oh, youth

Oh, youth

Share on Facebook14Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+0Share on Tumblr0Share on Reddit0

Writer_smallerOh, laptops

I had some computer issues right when I was due to write a post, so instead of writing a blog post all about how I had some IT issues which look like they’ve been fixed but still cost me the time it would have taken to write a post, I’ll just mention that I had some IT issues which look like they’ve been fixed but still cost me the time it would have taken to write a post. So:

I had some IT issues which look like they’ve been fixed but still cost me the time it would have taken to write a post.

Normal service should resume next week, as long as I still have a laptop to type on. If I don’t have a laptop to type on, my bigger problem will be that I won’t be able to play Fallout 2, which is the one I never managed to finish and for some reason, possibly connected to E3, I decided to re-download just this week. I’ve been spending more time these last few weeks playing video games. Other than Fallout 4, the trailer I was most excited about from E3 was Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2. Whatever your interest in the franchise, or in games at all, you will understand my excitement if you followed that link. How could you not?

3 Comments on Oh, youth
  • wr00t

    I haven’t had much experience of teaching games to kids. Well, we had a kid of our co-worker joining us for one evening. Next time we voted to not invite him again, haha 😀 Needs to grow up a little bit more.. I myself been playing old one Plants vs Zombies classic a few last days 🙂

    • As big a fan as I am of Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare, I have never actually played the original mobile game. I want to, it’s just I am spending so much time playing Garden Warfare as it is, I’m not sure it’s actually a good idea for my to go down this (garden) path.

      • wr00t

        I am a tower defense games fan, so trying this out was kind of mandatory for me. First 10-20 levels are rather easy and you breeze through them as the game introduces new plants and zombies. You just use new plants vs new zombies. Then difficulty starts to go a bit higher (you need more different plants and you only have so many slots). But it still feels like a rather simple game, and very addictive 🙂 One sort of unique thing is that plants have cooldowns after you plant them, so it is not enough to just have resources, you have to plan ahead when to plant one, so you would be able to plant again in time for some nasty zombies. One negative thing might be resource collection, you have to tap/click a lot in this game (coming from mobile, not surprising) 🙂