Thursday, September 3, 2020

3,000,000 Views!

John B. Marine | 9/03/2020 07:30:00 PM | | | Be the first to comment!
John's Blog Space has over three million views now! What began as my first post in January 2009 followed by making separate blogs has now resulted in my main blog getting 3M hits. I couldn't believe this site got all the traffic it did get. Considering times have been slow blogging-wise, I am glad people have continued to visit my main blog and intereact with it. I want to thank everyone worldwide who helped contribute to my blogging work over the years. I didn't give up on this blog because I feel there is still a lot to process and share to the world that it is worth keeping this blog intact.

Actually, it has been only recently I noted my all-time view count. Like, September 2, 2020 recent. So I probably have surpassed the 3M view mark much sooner than me reporting it right now. I am still glad that my blog is still visited for whatever reason for whatever post(s) that interest the world. I wanted to lend my voice to the world with my own content, and I am glad people were able to enjoy whatever I post in "John's Blog Space." The name "John's Blog Space" may not be a hot name, neither was the fact I chose to use my name to identify this blog with its URL; but even still, it is the content that matters most. People thankfully have seen my vision and responded accordingly. Whether you have been here for years or are visiting for the first-ever time, THANK YOU very much!

Even though times have been tough for me and my blog(s), and even though COVID-19/Coronavirus has ravaged most of 2020, there is still a feel good story in that my blog has lasted this long. The Internet has all kinds of shady and annoying stuff. Some even think blogging is a lost art and not much of a thing anymore. I'm still going! All of my blogs are still going! I want you (yes- YOU) to stay on this ride for as long as you can!





Thanks for over 3,000,000 views to this blog! Let's get much more over the years! Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.
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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Spoon Pet Collector

John B. Marine | 7/14/2020 09:50:00 AM | | Be the first to comment!
From the makers of "Neko Atsume," "Spoon Pet Collector" lets you collect adorable animals. Collect and capture various pets. Even scoop them up with a spoon! This game has it all! I review "Spoon Pets Collector" for you all in this blog post. I will let you know what I think about it as I go along.


A Note About Mobile Games...

This is a review of a game as it is as of July 14, 2020. This game may have changed over time based on this initial blog post. This game was reviewed on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A.






Spoon Pet Collector


"Spoon Pet Collector" was made by the same Japanese developer behind the highly popular "Neko Atsume"- Hit-Point. This game is a collaborative effort of Hit-Point and SEGA TOYS. It was released in 2016, two years after the 2014 game "Neko Atsume." The goal of "Spoon Pet Collector" is to collect and capture various pets to your yard. Just like in "Neko Atsume," doing so means you attract animals to your house by setting up both food and goodies. Unlike "Neko Atsume," however, the animals in this game are not exclusively cats. This game features over 75 adorable pets to collect and capture. Can you capture all of the adorable pets in this game?

"Spoon Pet Collector" is a free game for Android and iOS. In-app purchases can be made within the game.


Game Play.

"Spoon Pet Collector" plays a lot like Neko Atsume, so I will be making a lot of references to Neko Atsume in explaining this game.

The basic food to use is sunflower seeds. You can use other food items from the Shop to attract more pets. A certain combination of food and goodies will yield to getting more of these creatures coming to your house. You can play mini games and take part in other activities to get more content. You can also expand your play field to allow for more goodies and more pets to enter your space. If you establish a good enough relationship between yourself and certain pets, some pets will offer you Mementos- just like in Neko Atsume. Try to get the Mementos for all of the pets if you are about completion. Use the in-game time to set up your yard with food and goodies. Then, close or suspend the app to allow for the animals to interact with your place.

Unlike Neko Atsume, however, you actually have some control over pets and goodies. Unique to this game is a spoon you can use to scoop up pets and place them anywhere where they can be placed. You can not scoop up rare pets, however. You can see how pets interact with certain goodies by scooping them up and placing them around certain goodies. Also unique to "Spoon Pets Collector" is the ability to dress up your pets. These dress-up opportunities come later in the game.

"Spoon Pet Collector" has a currency of Spoons. Certain more prominent items require Gold Spoons. You have various methods of earning each. The safe way (as in not trying to farm or grind or perform some cheat) to earn any kind of Spoons is to let your pets play around and let them offer you Spoons from their visit. You can play mini games to earn some extra spoons. Sometimes, you will see golden advertisements scattered about that can earn you some Spoons (or even Golden Spoons) if you watch the included ads.


Now that you know some of the basics, let me offer my final thoughts on this game from what I have played so far.




Spoon Pets Collector: Final Thoughts


In my research of "Spoon Pets Collector," I saw that one reviewer said that "Spoon Pet Collector" is a great game but lacks the charm of "Neko Atsume." In a way, that is how I feel about "Spoon Pet Collector." Spoon Pet Collector is an adorable game on many levels. I do tend to agree it doesn't have the same level of cuteness and appeal over the older "Neko Atsume." With that said, this is still a very cute and relaxing game to play. It still brings a smile to your face seeing all of the adorableness this game has to offer. Even scooping up these pets and placing them around your playing space is a treat in its own right. You almost wish the pets were real and that you took care of them- just like in Neko Atsume! So go download "Spoon Pet Collector" and have fun collecting these adorable animals!


Video Preview.

Here is a video showing you some of the basic game playing of "Spoon Pet Collector." Take a look:


^ Spoon Pet Collection ( Playing with Snow White! )


For More Information...

Learn more about "Spoon Pet Collector" by visiting Hit-Point's official website at: www.hit-point.co.jp/ (WARNING: Japanese language only!). More information about "Spoon Pet Collector" itself can be found at www.hit-point.co.jp/games/spoonpets/ (WARNING: Japanese language only!). You may need to use translation features in your browser if you do not understand Japanese.


Bonus Video!

As a bonus for reading my blog post on "Spoon Pet Collector," here is a bonus video featuring the super-cute Spoon Pets toys. Enjoy!


^ Spoon Pets Cute

ONLY in Japan, folks! :)





I hope you like my review, and I also hope I've brightened your day with this cuteness. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Sunday, July 5, 2020

Cat Game - The Cats Collector!

John B. Marine | 7/05/2020 04:59:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
"Cat Game - The Cats Collector!" by Mino Games puts you in charge of the most elaborate tower housing many cats. Its name is not the most original or catchy, but it aims to provide cat cuteness in a casual game. Collect and enhance your tower with all sorts of cats along with many unique floors. If this is something you are interested in, then feel free to stick around for this blog post, as I review game simply known as... "Cat Game."


A Note About Mobile Games...

This is a review of a game as it is as of July 5, 2020. This game may have changed over time based on this initial blog post. This game was reviewed on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A.






Cat Game - The Cats Collector!


"Cat Game - The Cats Collector!" was made by a Canadian developer called Mino Games. It is a game where you collect and build up a city tower full of many unique floors and cats. Each of the cats you collect and bring to your tower have their own personalities. Some of the cats you start off with are fairly basic. The floors of the tower even have a certain theme that makes each one unique. For example, my favorite room I have unlocked so far is the Farm floor, featuring cats that think and act like farm animals! They have cute and fun animations that do no fail to bring a smile to your face. Once you get to taking on more cats and floors, though, you get more interesting cats to fill each space. How many cats can you collect? How many floors can you unlock? What awaits you in Cat Game? Get ready for a truly entertaining experience!

"Cat Game" is a free game available for Android and iOS. In-app purchases can be made playing this game.


My Credentials.

I was on Level 10 playing this game in creating this review. I have 51 cats in my play.


Game Play.

Each playing of "Cat Game" begins with cat-related puns. When you begin "Cat Game" for the first time, you begin with a tutorial featuring how the game is played along with your choice of three cats. The tower is not a tower at all early, and the tower is not as elaborate; however, that will change dramatically as you start getting more decorations and cats. These additions will earn you Stars. You will level up to create new floors for your tower when you earn enough Stars. When you level up, you will earn a handful of bonuses.

The currency in "Cat Game" is Coins, and you collect Coins through any number of means. You can earn Coins randomly by seeing gift boxes on each floor. Certain gifts you earn can yield you Coins. Later in the game, you can earn Coins by completing certain tasks using the game's bank. You can even play mini games to earn Coins. Just be sure to have enough Coins to purchase a number of resources. Besides Coins, you also have Gems. Gems are the more premium currency. They usually can be spent in expediting the delivery of baskets or materials. Speaking of...

You can craft materials as well as buy food. Food is good for feeding cats, and materials are good for crafting items to furnish floors of your tower with. Food can be bought either in one of each or ten of each. Only three food items are available at a time. Once a certain amount of time passes, the food will be restocked with new items.

What you want to do is get more cats to your tower. You do so by feeding cats food. You will know which cat is hungry based on a speech bubble above the cat with a picture of a certain kind of food. If you do not have the proper food the cat is craving, you can still feed the cat anything in your collection. Once a cat has been fed, a Basket will be delivered. Each Basket can be delivered granted you have the needed resources. You want to try to pick up a cat. In fact, the basket will give you the percentage of you winning a cat before you decide to deliver the basket. You can either wait for the basket to deliver, or you can expedite the basket's delivery by paying a fee in Gems. You can choose to go for an Extra Spin if you want another chance at picking up a cat if you failed to get one. The Extra Spin requires you to watch an ad. Taking the Extra Spin will give you another chance to get a cat or earn more supplies. There is a limit on how many Extra Spins you can take in a short amount of time, so don't think you can abuse this limit to grind.

A floor is complete when all cats for that floor are unlocked and all decorations have been created. When a floor is complete, you can still deliver baskets on completed floors, but mostly these are there to earn more supplies. You may also earn a Premium Key which will give you unique cats and items. You can also craft Premium Keys if you have the given resources and Coins. If you're the completionist type, there are about 63 floors to unlock for your regular tower, and about 30 floors for your Premium Tower. As far as cats are concerned, the top players have found over 1100 cats.

This game allows for various in-app purchases to gain a boost in resources and game progress. Use your own real money to gain more Coins, Gems, and floors. You can even buy a VIP package that gives you an influx of resources and cats for a monthly fee. Of course, you can play through as much of this game without needing to spend any real money to make a lot of progress. This is not one of those "pay-to-win" games.


Now that you have an idea for the game playing elements, I will offer you my review of this game based on my progress.




"Cat Game" - Final Thoughts


"Cat Game" will not win awards for an original name, but it will be a game that brings a smile to your face with its unique character. The game has a very nice song that plays and loops in the background. It will not frustrate you in any sort of way trying to unlock everything. You will not really feel the need to grind for money. You will enjoy the cats in the tower accompanied by the many different floors unique to their personalities. I can not really find any real faults with "Cat Game" from my play, except that the game kind of stops playing the background song when it loops back to the start sometimes. The game has crashed on me only a few times after viewing an ad video. Other than that, this game will keep you busy and is quite fun.

I couldn't find a decent video to showcase this game, so I invite you to visit the developer's official website for more details. Speaking of which...


For More Information...

To learn more about "Cat Game" or Mino Games, please visit minogames.com.





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Saturday, June 27, 2020

FeeDog - Raising Puppies

John B. Marine | 6/27/2020 10:06:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
I am not a dog person. I have been scared of dogs my whole life. At one point after playing so many mobile cat games, something made me look into dog games. So I looked up "FeeDog" by Korean developer Q-SSUM Studio. I will tell you whether or not you should give this game a try with this blog post. I hope you get to enjoy this blog post and my review of "FeeDog."


A Note About Mobile Games...

This is a review of a game as it is as of June 27, 2020. This game may have changed over time based on this initial blog post. This game was reviewed on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A.






FeeDog


Let's talk about this game.

"FeeDog - Raising Puppies" is a game by Korean developer Q-SSUM Studio. In this game, dogs were enjoying a peaceful and happy time. That is... until a horde of ghosts threatened the peace of dogs everywhere. the goal of this game to defeat the evil ghosts while being properly fed. Also, you will be able to raise some puppies to help you in your battle of suppressing the ghosts.


Game Play.

"FeeDog - Raising Puppies" plays somewhat like an endless runner, only this is not an endless runner. This is in the sense that you keep going until you fail. A bunch of items will come at you while some ghosts also appear. What you must do is either eat the items directed to you or swat them away. What you want your dog to do is to eat the good food and punch away the bad food. If you swat away good food at the enemies, the game continues, but you will need to start a new combo string. If your dog consumes any bad food or gets hit by an enemy, the game is over. Try to generate as good of a combo string as you can to climb through the levels.

There are two main dogs in this game- Lucky and Lack. You start with Lucky. Lucky is a beautiful white dog somewhat styled like something you'd see out of Pusheen. Lack is a dark dog that you can unlock either at Level 90 or for a lot of Gems. Each dog can be upgraded to be more powerful, generate more Coins, and prevent more combos from breaking. An extra boost of ability can be gained by buying and raising puppies. Each puppy you raise can provide a certain perk to you once a certain level has been reached. When a puppy's level is raised to Level 10 or greater, you can perform a Fusion that gives your dog an extra perk to have upgraded abilities. Unfortunately, you can have only one Fusion to a dog at a time. You can select which puppy to fuse with when not playing the main game. You also can name each puppy to whatever you like. For example, in the time of my play of this game, I named my two puppies "Mocha" and "Muffin."

Part of "FeeDog" is on the feeding. When in the main game, items will come from one side of the screen to the other. Your task is to eat the good items and punch away the bad items. For example, items like dog food and bones are GOOD food for your dog. Items like bombs and candy are BAD for your dog. If your dog consumes a bad item, the game will end. How close you are to consuming or punching an item determines how much damage you will do to the enemies. The closer each item is to you before punching them away, the more damage you can deal. You may encounter a boss battle through your play. You must really try to take down each boss as best as you can. Even the bosses themselves have to be punched away to avoid the game coming to an end. Once you eventually face defeat in a game session, you can either restart your run or return home. You can earn extra Gems by either sharing your game moments across social media or by watching ads.

While Coins are the primary currency in FeeDog, you really want to save on Gems. You earn 50 Gems for each day you play the game, and you can earn extra Gems by watching ads. You can buy more Gems by using your real money. The real money can come from either your actual money or from any credits you may have from a gift card. If you can focus your finances one something, invest in Milk to feed your puppies. Try to buy more puppies once you generate enough Gems.

INTERESTING FACT: All food items that are good or bad for dogs in this game are also good or bad for your dog in real life! This game even has little factoids about what makes certain Bad Food items bad for dogs. So you get a little learning experience in this game about dogs!


I will now come up with a review of this game. Please read the next section.




FeeDog: Final Thoughts


It does seem unusual that a cat lover like myself would try a dog game. However, Q-SSUM Studio has done a great job offering a fun and enjoyable game with "FeeDog - Raising Puppies." It has a casual feel to it while also being fairly fun to play. The dogs and the puppies are adorable! I don't have too much to vent about this game except that some of the English translation is not very good. Hardcore English types would complain over grammatical errors in the Korean to English translation. But really, this game is excellent on a number of levels. Surely give this game a try, even if you are not a dog lover!


Video Preview.

Here is a trailer for the game I just reviewed. Take a look:


^ FeeDog - Season 2


For More Information...

Q-SSUM Studio does not have its own website, but you can visit their Facebook fan page at www.facebook.com/qssumstudio/. "FeeDog - Raising Puppies" is a free game that allows in-app purchases. It is available for Android and iOS.





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CrossWord Jam

John B. Marine | 6/27/2020 09:36:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Reaady to find some words? "CrossWord Jam" by PlaySimple combines word finding with a bit of world travel. So chill out and try to find some words! Playing a lot like "WordScapes," this game challenges you to swipe across some letters to find as many words as possible. This blog post is a review of "CrossWord Jam."


A Note About Mobile Games...

This is a review of a game as it is as of June 27, 2020. This game may have changed over time based on this initial blog post. This game was reviewed on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A.






CrossWord Jam


From India's PlaySimple Games comes "CrossWord Jam." Similar to "WordScapes" that I reviewed previously, your goal is to find as many words as possible using a given set of letters. Find the words while also getting combos going. There are lot of puzzles and a lot of places to visit. Can you handle the pressure?

"CrossWord Jam" is free to play, but you can purchase material with in-app purchases. Play "CrossWord Jam" each day to earn daily bonuses. These daily bonuses can include more Coins and even some free hints. The prizes get better the more successive days you continue to play this game. It is recommended for you to pay to remove the in-game ads so your performance isn't hindered.


A Game Note...

I was currently on Level 91 playing this game in typing up this blog post.


Playing the Game.

You find words by swiping across a set of letters to find various words. Find as many words as possible to clear each puzzle. You earn bonuses for finding words that are not in the official puzzle. If you really want to succeed in this game, try to find each word while finding many other words in succession. Finding multiple words in succession nets you bonuses. You know you are on a word streak when you see the outsides of your touchscreen glow with stars coming out. Try to keep that streak going! You can also find words not part of the official puzzle for extra Coins. Once you find a word that is either not a word or not in a puzzle, your bonus streak is snapped. So if you can, try to consistently find words to keep your string going. If you need hints, spend Coins to get hints. Later facilities give you a much-needed boost if you get stuck. Do everything you can to clear each puzzle. Some puzzles may have a Challenge Word for you to find outside of the main puzzle. Find that Challenge Word to earn a Coin bonus! The level ends once all official puzzle words have been found.

The daily puzzles have you trying to find words at specific point. When you see a daily puzzle, you will see an owl located somewhere on the puzzle. That owl, named Mr. Hoot, rests on one of the words you must find. You earn a Star for each word you find with Mr. Hoot on it. You can still solve the puzzle by finding words that Mr. Hoot isn't resting on. Only thing is, you will not earn as many Stars for words you find that does not have the owl resting on a certain word. Collecting more Stars helps you fill out your Scrapbook. Find all of the words to clear the Daily Puzzle!

I mentioned going on streaks earlier. When there are Bloom Rush tournaments, you earn Golden Blooms for getting on these streaks of finding words. Be sure to enjoy these Tournaments when you get a chance to compete in them!


A Word of Warning.

If you do not remove ads, then after you clear each puzzle, you will advance to the next stage immediately following an advertisement. Give yourself 3-5 seconds to play after the next stage loads so that any ads don't obstruct your time playing the next level. Sometimes, the game even gives you notifications in the game that hinder your progress when you start a new level or after you fail multiple times to register a correct word. So give yourself some time before taking on the next puzzle.


Let me share my Final Thoughts on this game now.




CrossWord Jam: Final Thoughts


With its beautiful graphics and relaxing atmosphere, CrossWord Jam is a joy to play. It offers the appeal of word hunting while providing a welcoming atmosphere. I mostly have two gripes with this game from my play experience. First off, the game runs a little slow on my tablet PC. Sometimes, the game tends to lag as I try to swipe letters. I might easily try to spell a word but end up not having it count because of the game lag. Second, the game has advertisements and notices that come up at inopportune times, mostly in starting a new level or if I gather enough Bonus words. The game does not seem overly challenging. While not an easy game, it will surely test your word power. It also can be addicting in the sense of chaining together multiple words in a row. This is a lovely game in many aspects. Its efficiency, however, holds it back from being great.


For More Information...

Learn more about "CrossWord Jam" and PlaySimple by visiting playsimple.in/. Remember this is a free game for Android and iOS, and there are in-app purchases that can be made in it.





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WordScapes Search

John B. Marine | 6/27/2020 12:26:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
If you love searching for words in a puzzle, PeopleFun Games has come up with "WordScapes Search." All the words to complete the puzzle are there- you just got to find them! If you accept this challenge, get ready for a word searching experience only PeopleFun Games can provide!


A Note About Mobile Games...

This is a review of a game as it is as of June 27, 2020. This game may have changed over time based on this initial blog post. This game was reviewed on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A.






Wordscapes Search


"WordScapes Search" has you completing word search puzzles to find all of the words. You are given a hint as to what the puzzle is about, and it is then up to you to find all of the words in the puzzle.
Soothing music and lovely graphics compliment your word-finding experience in this game. From my experiences, this game runs a little slow on my tablet PC, but not enough to be an annoyance.

I am currently on Level 27 at the time of creating this review. "WordScapes Search" is a free game but offers in-app purchases.


Game Play.

The goal of "WordScapes Search" is to find all of the words within the puzzle. The hint for each puzzle gives you an idea of what words to look for. All of the available words are within the puzzle. All you need to do is find them! One thing to note is that words can read either normally or in reverse. So for example, if one of the words in a puzzle is "CHOCOLATE," it may read as "ETALOCOHC" when you find it. Find each word by starting with the first letter and swiping to the end of the word. Using my "CHOCOLATE" example, you find the "C" and then swipe until you get to the "E" in "CHOCOLATE" to find a word. If you find other words in a puzzle outside of the ones you need to find, you will earn bonus points. Enough of the bonus words you find will give you a coin bonus. Not every proper word in a puzzle is available. In fact, you may be challenged to find certain words in a puzzle that give you maybe one letter followed by a bunch of hidden letters. If you find these words, you will earn a small Coin bonus while also successfully clearing the puzzle.


If you need assistance, there are some options you can use to get hints. Spend your Coins to get yourself out of a word-searching jam if you need assistance. The most basic facility gives you a hint as to where a certain word is in the puzzle. A later option gets rid of unnecessary letters in a puzzle. Take advantage of these different options if you need help. There is no time limit for each puzzle, and you will not face penalties for not finding an incorrect word. If you need more Coins or more resources, spend some of your real money or credits to purchase bundle packs of Coins and various hints.

A level is complete when all of the official words in a puzzle have been found. Bonuses are earned for finding additional words. So search for words as best as you can!


I'll offer my thoughts now in the next section.




Wordscapes Search: Final Thoughts


"WordScapes Search" offers a beautiful word searching experience. This game does not seem frustrating in trying to find each word. I think I have had better luck playing the game without it crashing over certain ads or changes in level. The music and graphics are great. If anything, the game can run a bit slow. Otherwise, this is quite an enjoyable game.


For More Information...

To learn more about Wordscapes or other games from PeopleFun, please visit www.peoplefun.com/games.





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Word Stacks

John B. Marine | 6/27/2020 12:18:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Word Stacks by PeopleFun Games is about finding words among a stack of letters. So get ready to keep a close eye on a stack of blocks while trying to clear each puzzle. Can you find all the words in a stack of blocks? I will be here to blog my review of "Word Stacks" by PeopleFun Games. If this game interests you, my thoughts on this title are coming your way right now!


A Note About Mobile Games...

This is a review of a game as it is as of June 27, 2020. This game may have changed over time based on this initial blog post. This game was reviewed on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A.


A Note About This Post...

The previous post was deleted as I had the wrong name of the game. This post is a revision of a previous post but with the correct name of the game listed. I apologize for the inconvenience.






Word Stacks


Welcome to Word Stacks!

Each segment of the game is in a Chapter. Each chapter contains 10 levels. You are given a clue as to what the puzzle is about. What you see afterwards is for you to find all of the individual words to solve the puzzle and advance to the next level. All the while, the game offers soothing and beautiful visuals and music to calm your mind. Words found are all horizontal or vertical. They can read normally or in reverse. You must find the word based on the first letter to the final one. The words do not have to be all the way down. For instance, you may see the word "RAIN" bordered by other letters. So look carefully for each word. And remember- the words may be in an inverted order. So to find "RAIN," it may appear in the puzzle as "NIAR." You can gain extra coins if you find enough of certain words that do not pertain to the puzzle. You earn bonus Coins and Themes by progressing through the game. Clearing Chapters give you a Coin bonus.

You can play through the game's many puzzles and even take part in Daily Puzzles. The Daily Puzzles operate a bit different from the in-game puzzles. Unlike in the game, the daily puzzles do not have any hints as to what the puzzle is about. An interesting approach to the Daily Puzzles is that as you find certain words, you may get hints on what words are available based on what letters you swipe. If you note a letter is highlighted from letters you swipe across, it means you are approaching on finding a certain word that is part of the puzzle. All you have to do then is find out what letters you need to fill out the puzzle!

Once you reach around Level 50, you can take part in Tournaments. Try to position yourself as high as possible! Your Tournament success depends on your ability to find extra words as well as completing as many Levels as you can.

Word Stacks is free to play, but in-app purchases can be made. You can use real money to get yourself more Coins or even get Bundles to help you get through the game. Completionists... this game has over 500 Chapters and 5000 levels! I was on Chapter 5, Level 56 in the creation of this blog post.


Advice.

Here are a few things I learned playing "Word Stacks"...

• If you find yourself stuck and want to restart, you can try to go back to a previous puzzle and then go back to the one you were currently working on. The one you haven't yet cleared will return to its regular form before you exited. Then too, it does not seem possible to be stuck or get yourself in a situation that is tough to get out of clearing letters. You can not gain any extra Coins from a level you completed. So don't even think about trying to grind for Coins.

• Just like in my review of "WordScapes," take your time and don't try to be perfect. There is no time limit to clear each puzzle, and you don't need to rush through the game. You also have unlimited chances to find every word. You will not face any penalties for not finding words or for taking too long to find any words. You can also leave the game at any time and return to a puzzle you haven't yet finished. Only worry about trying to complete things quickly if you are in some Tournament and in a neck-to-neck race against somebody.


Final Thoughts to come. Next section tells you all you need to know from me.




Word Stacks: Final Thoughts


"Word Stacks" is somewhat tougher than the "WordScapes" game I reviewed previously, but this game does deliver a nice challenge. You really have to look hard and try to search for words spelled either normal or reverse. You even think you found a word... only to have to clear a certain letter or more to complete the puzzle. It still will test your mind to a great degree. Sometimes, though, it can be frustrating trying to find certain words. Frustration does NOT equal fun. This game can still be a fine challenge. Beautiful graphics and music compliment the game a lot. The game can have some of the same advertisement issues, but I did not find these to be as annoying as in "WordScapes." So you may be recommended to pay to remove ads to improve the performance of the game. If you want a good word-finding challenge, give "Word Scapes" a try.


For More Information...

To learn more about Word Stacks or other games from PeopleFun, please visit www.peoplefun.com/games. Just so you know, I downloaded another one of their other games and may do a blog review on that other game. Stay tuned to JBS for more!





Hopefully this blog post was to your liking, and maybe I have given you a new suggestion for games to download for your mobile device. Keep on gaming! Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Friday, June 19, 2020

Wordscapes

John B. Marine | 6/19/2020 11:26:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Wordscapes is a mobile game that challenges you to find as many words as possible given a set of letters. It is a casual-type game I discovered seeing a Google ad once. It is an interesting crossword puzzle game for Android and iOS mobile platforms. I will review this game after playing it for a few days.


A Note About Mobile Games...

This is a review of a game as it is as of June 19, 2020. This game may have changed over time based on this initial blog post.






Wordscapes


Wordscapes is a casual puzzle game by PeopleFun where you try to find as many words as you can using the given letters to you. A crossword puzzle helps you in trying to find as many words as possible from the set given to you. The game is met with a smooth ambient soundtrack along with lovely sound effects. It provides a calming atmosphere. You start off with a simple puzzle with three letters. As you progress through the game, you have word challenges involving four letters, five letters, six letters, and probably more than that. The game will give you certain perks you can take advantage of to help you find the hidden words. Try to find all of the words in the puzzle to advance to the next Level! You can make your own profile as well as join a team. You can even compete in Tournaments, both of the single and team variety. Wordscapes is a free game for Android and iOS, but in-app purchases can be made.

The way you input letters is to swipe across the given letters to find as many words as possible. For example, if you are given the letters P-S-D-A-E, you can swipe a set of five letters to spell S-P-A-D-E. Then you find other words like "S-P-A," "P-A-D," and more. Each entered word is has at least three letters to them. You can only use each letter once. If you find extra words that are not part of the puzzle, you gain a Coin bonus. The level is complete when you find all of the words for one level. Your Brilliance is enhanced for each puzzle you complete.

If you want to complete this game you'll be playing it for quite a while. This game apparently has over 6,000 levels! At the time of me posting this blog entry, I am currently on Level 129. Be prepared to commit if you somehow want to be a completionist of this game. You can also take part in daily puzzles that can earn you some sweet rewards.


Advice.

Here is some advice if you plan on getting this game.

• Various facilities are available to you to help you find each of the words. Each of these items require you to have a certain amount of Coins to use. If you lack Coins to use certain helpers, you can spend your real money to purchase extra Coins. The simplest helper is the Hint, which costs 100 and reveals one letter to help you solve the puzzle.

• Some puzzles have hidden words that are not part of the puzzle. Find these hidden words to gain a Coin bonuses when you complete the puzzle.

• TAKE YOUR TIME! There is no time limit to complete each puzzle. You can return to any puzzle you haven't yet completed. Also, you could exit the game and come back any time to complete the puzzle you were previously working on. Don't try to do some kind of speedrun, and don't feel pressured into trying to speedrun "Wordscapes."

• DON'T CHASE PERFECTION! You are not penalized for missing words or for inputting the wrong words. So don't feel you have a certain number of tries to complete each puzzle. You may sometimes try any number of letter combinations to hopefully solve the puzzle.


What are my thoughts on this game? Find out in the next section!




Wordscapes: Final Thoughts


Wordpress will really challenge you to find as many words as possible with the given puzzles. You sometimes will have to really think about what words you may be missing. The crossword puzzle style helps in making you think about what word(s) you might be missing. It is a challenging game, but not really difficult or impossible.

My only gripe with Wordscapes is the advertisements. Some of the ads can be rather long- some lasting between 1-2 minutes! You can, though, speed up some of the longer ads so you can get back to the game by either fast forwarding or clicking on the "X" on the top right of your device's touchscreen. This is otherwise a game that will challenge your word knowledge. You can eliminate the ads for a fee. That, and the game sometimes crashes on me or restarts after viewing an ad.

I otherwise would recommend this game for those wanting to challenge their word power.


For More Information...

To learn more about Wordscapes or other games from PeopleFun, please visit www.peoplefun.com/games Just so you know, I downloaded one of their other games and may do a blog review on that game. So stay tuned to JBS!





I hope you enjoyed this blog post. Happy word hunting! Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Candy Dulfer

John B. Marine | 5/06/2020 12:14:00 AM | | | Be the first to comment!
Candy Dulfer is one of the sweetest saxophonists you may ever hear. Not just because of her name, but because she delivers big time. Candy's career is an extensive one with many solid performances of hers with many famous entities in music. I thought initially I had a blog post I worked on previously on her, but it is only now I realize I am making an entirely new post. So are you ready for another blog post of mine here on "John's Blog Space?" This post is about Candy Dulfer. Or at least, my look at Candy Dulfer. Welcome to "John's Blog Space!" This post is about Candy Dulfer.






Candy Dulfer


Time to start another blog post on here. Meet Candy Dulfer:

Candy Dulfer
^ from: (YouTube) - Candy Dulfer is one candy-sweet saxophonist for reasons much more than just her name.

Candy Dulfer is a (born: September 19, 1969)-year old Dutch saxophonist. Hailing from Amsterdam, Netherlands; Candy has provided some sweet and funky saxophone music. She has also had many different concert performances worldwide starting from her first musical action starting in 1987. A lot of her music career was in various works with the likes of Prince and Dave Stewart among others. Candy has had a number of singles and albums such as "Saxuality," "Candy Store," "Funked Up," and "Together." Candy Dulfer can rock out jazz style solo, but she can also drop some rhymes. Candy is also among a solid clique of talent known as the Ladies of Soul (more on the Ladies of Soul later in this post).

I first heard of Candy Dulfer some time in the late 2000s or early 2010s. She was one of few female saxophonists I could recall. I became attracted to her style of play that I grew to appreciate her talent. Candy Dulfer even did perhaps the best saxophone rendition of one of my personal favorite songs from one of my personal favorite groups- "For the Love of You" by the Isley Brothers. So her appeal is definitely there. Definitely one of the "worth the price of admission" types.

Now about those Ladies of Soul. Well, Candy Dulfer is one of a few ladies on this Ladies of Soul crew. She is joined alongside Glennis Grace, Berget Lewis, Edsilia Rombley. This clique features Candy dropping the lovely saxophone melodies accompanied by the soulfully sweet singing of the Ladies of Soul. Candy-sweet Candy Dulfer saxophone play. Sweet soulful voices from the Ladies of Soul. Does it get any sweeter than this? ;)


More on Candy Dulfer coming up...




Candy Dulfer: Music Samples


Here is a chance for me to showcase Candy Dulfer and her music to you all. This is your chance to hear her perform. So let's get started! I want to thank all of the uploaders who allowed their videos to be embedded.


"Pick Up the Pieces."

This first selected track is her rendition of the classic "Pick up the Pieces." Check this out:


^ Candy Dulfer - Pick Up The Pieces · Sax-a-Go-Go (2008)


"Strasbourg - St. Denis."

This one is not as funky as the previous video, but it is smooth and stylish. Candy plays her heart out while Jan Van Duikeren plays the flugelhorn. Together, they deliver a fabulous performance. Have a listen to this one:


^ Candy Dulfer - Strasbourg - St. Denis


"Lily Was Here."

This is a smooth and romantic piece for you all. It's Candy Dulfer paired with David A. Stewart.


^ Candy Dulfer & David A. Stewart - Lily Was Here


This gives you some perspective on Candy Dulfer's saxophone play. Oh, but wait...


"We're In This Together" (Bonus Video!).

Let me give you one last bit of Candy's saxophone playing while also paying respect to the Ladies of Soul. Listen to this lovely music showcase:


^ Ladies of Soul - We're In This Together (At Home Version)


Okay- no more video samples! Honest! Now for a few closing ideas on this Dutch saxophonist.




Candy Dulfer: Final Thoughts


Candy Dulfer is no doubt one of the finest saxophone talent. Her style is enticing, catchy, and at times... rebellious. Candy is a well-traveled musician who has taken part in many major gigs throughout her career. There is no doubt her personality and style of performing music are amazing. I truly respect Candy Dulfer and her fine music. Though I've made all kinds of puns regarding candy and sweets in this blog post, I truly think she is one of the finest musical talents in the world in all seriousness.


What I Would Tell Candy (if she read this)...

Candy Dulfer, I have long admired your excellent saxophone play. You're quite awesome! You work musical magic with your fine saxophone play. Keep up the great work!


Would I Want to Meet Candy Dulfer?

Absolutely! Candy's talent and her personality are... for a lack of a better term, sweet. Candy sweet.


For More Information...

Learn more about Candy Dulfer by visiting candydulfer.nl. And if you are interested in the Ladies of Soul, check them out at: www.ladiesofsoul.nl.





That's all... I'm done here! So I went back-to-back in blogging about Dutch singers. I go from Caro Emerald's vintage swing-style grooves to Candy Dulfer's funky saxophone play. Where else can you get the sort of "anything and everything" atmosphere of blog topics? Subscribe/Follow in any capacity if you enjoy my work. Until next time... thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Saturday, April 25, 2020

City Fighter vs Street Gang

John B. Marine | 4/25/2020 11:13:00 AM | | Be the first to comment!
What are you going to do when you want orange juice, but your oranges were stolen? You hit the streets and dole out justice on whoever did such a thing! "City Fighter vs. Street Gang" is a 3D brawler experience I had the pleasure of trying out. This mobile brawler game will be reviewed proper by me here on "John's Blog Space." So if you want to know more about this game or my thoughts on it, get ready for a new "John's Blog Space" post!


Before I Begin...

This review is based on the status of the game as of April 24, 2020. The game may have changed if you read this review in a later date.






City Fighter vs. Street Gang


"City Fighter vs. Street Gang" is a game developed by Game Theory Arya's Games. This game has neither the most logical story or some of the most logical content. With that said, let me set up the story.

You play as someone who tried to drink orange juice, but your oranges were stolen by a gang called... the Street Gang. This story, is according to the So it is up to you to defeat this Street Gang in revenge. Doing so will take you on a journey around the city taking on all sorts of thugs and criminals.

When I first looked at "City Fighter vs. Street Gang," I realized it used Unity3D assets from a certain developer (I am leaving the name of the studio undisclosed). The action in the game was of interest as I thought it was pretty cool watching when I was watching a YouTube video. I was thinking this would be a good game to play on a mobile device. It did not seem too challenging or complex, but just enough to suit mobile gamer tastes. So after a good bit of deliberation, I decided to give this game a try.

"City Fighter vs. Street Gang" features low-polygon 3D graphics. A lot of what has been put into this game mostly come from asset packs I've seen for Unity3D to make for a free-to-play game. It is all fairly simple in its execution and design.

Now let me introduce you to this game.


The Basics: Starting Out.

As you start up "City Fighter vs. Street Gang," you may receive a bonus of Oranges. Oranges are the currency of this game and the only currency in this game, and you will need these Oranges to upgrade your character, buy new characters, buy new weapons, and more. You can pay your own real money to buy packs that will grant you more in-game Orange credit. Every six hours, you can claim a bonus prize of Oranges when you start the game up. You also can try your luck and get some bonus gift to help you in your adventure. Most Gifts are only good for the next play. So when you are done with a certain level, it's gone. The game comes in four difficulty levels: Easy (default), Normal, Hard, and Insane.

Characters
Only two characters are available to you when you start the game- a male named Arya and a female named Chunlai. Both have fairly decent stats. Each character has four different color styles you can choose from. Each character is rated for the following:

• Health: the total health of the character.
• Punch Power: the power of the character's punches.
• Kick Power: the power of the character's kicks.
• Weapon Skill: how well the character can use weapons.
• Defense/Defence Skill: the level character's defensive abilities.

You can upgrade each character's abilities by spending Oranges. Each upgrade will help you to be the absolute best fighter. Invest in your Oranges to access stronger characters.

Weapons
Buy weapons to access in the game after smashing crates or from enemies. You have two basic weapons to start with- a baseball bat and a tonfu. You can upgrade weapons or buy new ones. You can upgrade weapon damage (how much damage is dealt with successful hits) and durability (how long the weapon holds up when used). You also can spend Oranges on the rate in which you get a weapon from a busted crate. By default, there is a 25% rate you will get weapons from smashed crates.

Enemies
The enemies in this game are a handful of civilians trying to take you down any way they can. Most levels usually have no more than two enemies on screen at once. Some levels have a wave of enemies that can be defeated easily with one or two attacks. You have to be an equal opportunity brawler as you have to deal with male and female enemies in stages. Defeated enemies will leave behind Oranges or any weapons they may have used or dropped. Some stages have a Boss battle for you to try to beat. Defeat the Boss to clear that level and perhaps that District!


Time to look at game play now.


The Basics: Game Play.

The game has two modes: Hero Mode and Campaign Mode. In Hero Mode, you play a continuous set of stages battling the various enemies. It is sort of a hodgepodge of various levels rather than one consistent theme of levels. Campaign Mode has you take part in the game's main story. The Campaign Mode features six different districts for you to take part in. Once you collect enough Stars in Campaign Mode, you can access later Districts. Or for a hefty price of Oranges, you can unlock later levels. You are free to access the different category of levels on your time. You can also go back to stages you have already cleared to try to get more Stars.

The goal of each stage is to clear the section of its enemies. A gauge in the top or top-left of the HUD shows the progress you've made in each level along with the number of Stars you've collected. You can collect a maximum of three Stars per level. These Stars come from how quickly and efficiently you clear each level. More Stars will unlock later levels in Campaign Mode. When each level (called Streets) is cleared, you can advance to the next stage, restart the stage you just cleared, or go back to the main menu. If you are defeated in any stage, you may either return to the main menu, restart the stage, or [after watching a video] revive. If you choose to revive after being defeated, you can continue your progress without having to restart the level.

You are given commands to move your character and do various actions. The actions include punch, kick, jump, grab, and guard. The attack patterns are fairly basic. However, there are a few basic combo attacks you can use, such as punch-punch-punch-kick. If your character has built up enough offense during the course of a level, he/she will gain a temporary boost in offense. Use this to deal punishment to enemies faster.

One thing you want to be careful of is that you try to always face your enemies when attacking. There is a chance you may be punching and/or kicking and have to turn around to attack the enemy again. So make sure to always try to face your enemy and try not to be too aggressive in rushing attacks. Also be careful in watching where crates fall from the sky. There is a good chance a crate may randomly fall on you. So you may want to keep moving and try to avoid getting hit by the falling crates.


Now that you have a basic view of the game, it is time I offer a review based on my play. But first, here is one special note I'd like to make:

One Special Note...

This game is free-to-play, but there are ads strewn about. Usually after clearing each level, you are given an ad almost immediately after you claim your reward for clearing a level. You can remove these ads by paying a small one-time fee of $0.99 USD. If you want to play this game without the ads, it seems required to pay this small fee to enjoy this game without being bombarded with ads. Ads can still be displayed if you request to see them. This game is completely free-to-play, but it might as well be a paid game of $0.99 USD just to remove ads.


Review time. Next section, please...




City Fighter vs. Street Gang: Final Thoughts


While its name may not sound appealing and while the game may seem basic, "City Fighter vs. Street Gang" is actually pretty fun. The game seems repetitive a lot of times, but it is not entirely boring. It does not have a very engaging storyline. Anyone expecting this game to be a serious throwback or something completely groundbreaking will be disappointed playing this game. If you are looking for a more than decent brawler that is plenty fun to play, you might want to give "City Fighter vs. Street Gang" a try. The biggest annoyance of this game is its repetitive ads. So if you do ANYTHING with this game, I recommend you pay the one-time fee to remove ads to this game. You will get through the game faster and more fluidly than if you let the ads stay.

I otherwise think this is a very good brawler. It isn't a great mobile-type brawler like "Fist Puncher" or "Fist of Awesome," but this game will occupy your time fairly well. This game can be completed fairly well without needing to spend real money to get a monetary boost. The graphics are quite good and with a fairly okay soundtrack. Nothing about "City Street vs. Street Gang" is anything fantastic. At the same time, though, it is not an entirely boring game. Do not expect this game to challenge legendary brawlers like the Final Fight series or the Streets of Rage series. It's sort of in the middle. I say give this game a chance.


Video Preview.

Take a look at "City Fighter vs. Street Gang" with this video preview:


^ City Fighter vs Street Gang


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Visit www.aryasgames.com to learn more about "City Fighter vs. Street Gang" and to see their other content.





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