“DEADFISH” is not one word. “KNOCKNOCK” is not one word. One a scale of easy, medium, and hard, “DUNGAREE” is not hard, but impossible. Read more
1. Installed “Words with Friends.”
2. Created account.
3. Started new game with a random stranger. Read more
As much as I love Steam, there’s one big problem with it: no “invisible” mode. Steam is always up and running when my computer is, so I never have it closed. I have not added any of my friends because my ratio of computer to games usage is very lopsided. All I will be getting is requests to play Left 4 Dead or Team Fortress 2 when all I have time to do is play a single-player game for thirty minutes, or get in a few brief sessions of CS: GO.
A four-hour game session every night is something I can only dream about. With the possibility of only one or two lengthy get-togethers a week, if that, adding anyone to my friends list is just leading them on.
I am also not in a clan or dabbling in the hat trade, so as you can guess, I have very few people on my Steam friends list. Aside from the token family members, there’s somebody with a Duke Nukem avatar and someone who hasn’t been online in fifty-five days. And one sole Russian friend. Since I don’t speak Russian, he is a source of mystery and intrigue.
Dana Jan, director of the Playstation 4 exclusive “The Order: 1886,” was very clear on why his game would be running in 30 frames per second rather than 60. Those reasons are very problematic, and it’s not because of the 30 versus 60 fps debate.
The Family Edition of Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing has some questionable stuff, apparently. It must be from their “Edgytainment” software line. I’m not sure how they incorporated the survival horror aspect, but color me intrigued.
I like what paul_ro is saying here and the way he’s saying it even more.