I bought a new game to play with the hubband. It's a cute little 2d side scroller game called Terraria. He has been playing it for awhile and wanted to try multiplayer. Essentially, it's Minecraft with more scary monsters and rocket boots. I don't know if I will play it much on my own, but it's fun to have a game we can do together. We haven't done that much since we stopped playing City of Heroes. Correction, since HE stopped playing City of Heroes. I still do occasionally.
Speaking of my games, Here they are! (at least the ones I am playing at the moment. There are a few on my old computer that I have been neglecting.)
Yes, that is Warcraft II. Blizzard being evil made me sad last week, and I installed it to remember more awesome times. Zug Zug! It's not a huge impressive list I know, but I don't actually like to keep games installed when I am not playing them at least occasionally. I'm probably going to replace Sims Medieval with Assassin's Creed sometime in here.
So the top row is the first person/graphically intense awesome games. Guild Wars 2 comes out in a couple of months still, but the betas have been SO much fun. They pretty much took everything I hated about playing WoW (which to be honest was a LOT) and ground it to paste when they designed the game play on this one. My favorite part? You aren't competing with your fellow gamers for loot, resources or mobs. Your loot and resources is rendered specifically for you, and because of this, if you happen upon someone in a fight the polite thing to do is help out. Or at the very least revive any downed players you come across. Also, any fights will scale to challenge however many people are actively participating! They tried really hard to make a friendly gaming atmosphere in this game, and it really shows. The second best part? No monthly subscription fees!
Skyrim was a blast for awhile. I played it to death though, and it got kind of repetitive so I am kind of over it. Although I never did get to much into the magic trees, so I may have to go back eventually and try doing that part.
Second row is all the little arcade games that I play when I don't really want to think about what I am doing. And Dream Chronicles. That one is a story puzzle game that's kind of cool. I'm slowly working away at that one.
Ah row 3. They have actually been my staples lately. Minecraft in particular. It's like lego. With lava. that burns up all your awesome stuff when you fall in it aaaaaaaahhhhhh. Okay, I may not have been playing that one this week. But I'll get over it and back to building my snow city on a big ass frozen lake.
Magicka is fun, if only because it pokes fun at every adventure game you have ever played. The Magic system is hard to co-ordinate at first, but I am getting used to it. I've only recently started using WASD controls for movement in my games (I was strictly an arrow keys kinda girl until I got my new laptop and they were WAAAY away from where my hand likes to be) and this game uses them for magic casting, so I tend to fire off clouds of steam whenever I want to move forward.
And I just got Civ V, so I dunno where it is going to go yet. I just got this urge to play a turn based strategy, and since I have played Alpha Centauri to DEATH, and AC2 is not forthcoming, the latest Civ won. Cuz it was on sale at Steam.
And that's it! For now. I think I will go start up Civ.
On an unrelated note, left over doughnut and real fruit gummy bears are a good breakfast, right? Long Weekend food!