WHY is the Fallout Shelter game
way more addictive on my PC than it was on my iPad???
We both downloaded this game and managed to lose several hours to it this weekend.
...it is kinda nice though, as I can play it while reading LJ, bounce back and forth to collect stuff.
If anyone needs a time sink, this is an easy one!
I also got sucked into Disney Emoji Blitz
which is just like any other matching game, except that you earn the emojis for your keyboard. So now I can send people little Mickey Mouses when we are texting. And also a virtual churro.
Tim is still hooked on Alphabear
, though I haven't played it in awhile. It is pretty much Boggle with adorable bears.
Someone mentioned the li.st app
at our Social Media Committee meeting so, of course, I couldn't resist downloading that. It is addictive sitting and thinking of things I can make lists out of. Apparently it was created by B.J. Novak (he used to write for 'The Office'). Anyway, if you are on there, please friend me
And thanks to pleasant_valley
I am now on a search to collect all of the E.T. Funko Pops. I managed to get E.T. from Amazon with a gift card I had saved up, and I think I should be able to pick up Gertie and Elliot from Gamestop later this week. She warned me they were retired and eBay had some ridiculous prices, but I saw the local store had them in stock so I sent a hold request. SOON!
I also had enough points on my Discover card to get a free copy of 'Rise of the Tomb Raider' so I've been playing that a bit too. I love Lara Croft. I just feel like a kid again playing these games, even if they are shiny and new.
Of course, I have to leave it all behind soon. We travel to Wisconsin again this week for Tim's sister's wedding...it's a short trip, just going there, seeing the wedding, then coming home. As always, I am dreading the politics of that house. But I will just hide with Sylvia and Nicole and sing Weird Al songs to drown out the crazy.
And I have a buffer day when we return so I can play all my games and relax before going back to work!