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PermalinkHunting for Achievements (Not the Race to 250,000 TA Score)
Today we take a different approach than the one I've had over the last few months. In fact, this isn't even part of my overall aim (theoretically).

For the past six months or so I've had this aim of getting to a 250,000 TrueAchievement score before the end of this year, that alone has left unlocking actual achievements as a bit of an afterthought and meant that I have mainly been concentrating on the achievements that have the best effect on my score. Today is going to be a bit different though boys and girls, but first, a mini recap.

Apart from bringing out the elderly version of me and cracking on with unlocking a couple of achievements in Microsoft Jigsaw , I've been hearing the "Bloop" a fair few times over these past couple of days. 7 achievements in Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris have passed, this afternoon I finished the main game by defeating the final boss. I can't be the only person who gets irritated by that ridiculous English accent that she has which is pretty much in no ways English in the slightest. I'm yet to meet an actual person who talks in that "Tally Ho!" way, but I guess that's the American view of English culture...

Today I also decided to start up on the remake of Phantom Dust, it's actually a pretty unique type of game in a sense, it's effectively an RPG, but the battle system is pretty akin to the Dragon Ball Xenoverse way of battling, but utilizing Action Points in order to perform an attack or defense. I can see myself enjoying this game, I'm sure I'll be using it to gain a fair few TA Score for upcoming periods of GTASC, but I think I'd be best leaving the game alone for a short while until everything becomes a bit more standardized (especially as I am expecting a fair whack over the coming weeks from my achievements in Giana Sisters this week.)

The one game that has contributed plenty of achievements though is Minecraft: Xbox One Edition. It is free for this weekend so I decided that I needed to get targeting the achievements as soon as possible, and I was amazed at how straight forward the 19 I have picked up so far have been. It only took around 45 minutes to reel them all off, and it has moved me up nearly 500 places on the Achievements Won Leaderboard. I can't really complain at that kind of progress and it's exactly the kind of game I'd been looking for in a sense of popping as many achievements as possible over a short period of time. I did show my sadistic tendencies though by slaughtering two pigs in front of their child and then tried feeding the piglet his parents chops. As soon as I opened the gate to his pen he was straight out the door and as far away from me as possible... But I just wanted that achievement for eating a pork chop :(

The 905 TA Score I have picked up today should be enough now to see me through to the next period of GTASC, so that means I can target a few more achievements before the start of the next period. I'm not going to lie though, I am fairly confident that I can have the 3,500 TA Score required during next week's period boxed off by Monday evening though, but that's another story...

Tonight sees me targeting more of these low scoring straight forward achievements, so here's my list of 10 for this evening...

#1 & #2 - Make It Rain: The Love of Money
A couple of achievements for buying investments in the game that work out at just 57 TA Score. The great thing about these two achievements is that I can leave the macro running on the laptop whilst playing on the Xbox, it may take me an hour or so to actually get them, but it's not going to distract me from going for achievements on the console at the same time.

#3 & #4 - Battle Island: Commanders
These are two very basic achievements, one for sharing a replay with an alliance, and another for donating a unit. Again, low scoring in nature (just 25 TA Score combined), but two achievements for a couple of minutes of gameplay.

#5, #6 & #7 - Jetpack Joyride
Three more pretty bog standard achievements here. One for clicking the 'share' button after a run, one for getting fried a few times, and one for picking up a specific number of coins in a run, just 29 TA Score in total from these, but three more achievements to add to the list.

#8 - Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
Walkthrough, pick up 5 red skulls on the first mission, achievement pops worth 7 TA Score, job done!

#9 & #10 - Ryse: Son of Rome
Two achievements available for completing the next part of the campaign mode. It shouldn't take me long in all honesty, it's worth just 77 TA Score for the two of them, but it's an easy couple of pops that shouldn't take me too long to accomplish.

I honestly think that these 10 achievements should take me a couple of hours MAX and would be a steady addition to the other 32 I have picked up over the course of today. As soon as these 10 are popped I'm going to be concentrating on working through Banjo-Tooie before going to sleep, I still have a fair bit of work to do on this one but as it's a straightforward but low-scoring game I just want to focus on adding another completed title to my list, plus it works wonders for the big scoring achievements in Rare Replay.

Looking at the Store and I feel that I may be obliged to purchase the Team17 Indie Collection before it gets pulled from the sale. I already have two of the titles in the collection, but the £15.75 price tag for an additional 8 Titles & 1 DLC worth 182 Achievements and 27,505 TA Score is nothing to be sniffed at.

And I'm adding these games here for my own reference too...

Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime £0.84 - 12 Achievements - 351 TA Score - 6-8 Hours
Small Arms - £0.84 - 12 Achievements - 420 TA Score - 4-5 Hours
Haunted House - £0.84 - 12 Achievements - 511 TA Score - 6-8 Hours
Hardwood Backgammon - £0.84 - 12 Achievements - 283 TA Score - 3-4 Hours
Interpol - £0.84 - 12 Achievements - 233 TA Score - 2-3 Hours
Hardwood Hearts - 12 Achievements - 312 TA Score - 6-8 Hours
NIN2-JUMP - £0.84 - 12 Achievements - 259 TA Score - 2-3 Hours
Crystal Quest - £0.84 - 12 Achievements - 303 TA Score - 4-5 Hours
Mutant Blobs Attack £1.59 - 14 Achievements - 619 TA Score - 6-8 Hours
KOF98UM - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 314 TA Score - 1-2 Hours
Ticket To Ride - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 438 TA Score - 6-8 Hours
Braid - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 303 TA Score - 6-8 Hours
Monday Night Combat - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 281 TA Score - 6-8 Hours
Word Puzzle - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 348 TA Score - 4-5 Hours
The Maw - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 365 TA Score - 5-6 Hours
Bomberman Battlefest - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 399 TA Score - 2-3 Hours
Omega Five - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 424 TA Score - 3-4 Hours
GAROU MOW - £1.68 - 12 Achievements - 388 TA Score - 2-3 Hours

18 Games = £23.43 = 218 Achievements

It's a list of easy enough cheap completions that I can add to the collection before the sale ends...

That's it for now, until the next update, Keep Gaming and Keep Scoring!
Posted by Inatimate1 on 20 May 17 at 17:48 | There are no comments on this blog - Please log in to comment on this blog.
PermalinkFalling Down (Race To 250,000 TA Score)
It's been 10 days of fun ladies and gentlemen. Aside from all the usual riff raff there's been a couple of completions thrown in there along the way, but let's have a brief recap first and foremost.

One of the games I scored 1,383 TA Score on is NBA Live 15. If you manipulate the rules in your favour it's actually a pretty easy game to wrack up the TA Score in. I am slightly disappointed though at a couple of achievements not popping when I completed them though.

These two achievements...

NBA LIVE 15Never Any DoubtThe Never Any Doubt achievement in NBA LIVE 15 worth 405 pointsWin the game after being down by 30 or more in the second half in a single player game

NBA LIVE 15Did I Just Do That?The Did I Just Do That? achievement in NBA LIVE 15 worth 277 pointsGet a quadruple-double in a single player game

...should have added an extra 681 to my total after I was successful in my second attempt, however I think that there's a problem when you restart a game rather than going back to the main menu and starting up a new game entirely. I can however take a bit of pleasure in knowing that I have been able to do this though and probably could repeat that feat if things get tight for me in terms of GTASC one week.

Moving on from this though, and after progressing to the 19th week of GTASC in have started off in decent enough form to pass on to next week. Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Director's Cut has been a very good game in terms of heavy scoring, working through the second, third and fourth worlds and finishing the bosses there has brought a further 1,176 TA Score for the cause, and has contributed to near enough half of my TA Score during this period. Bits and Bobs in other games have lead to a fair few low scoring achievements that have mounted up, but now I'm going to move on to the two completions over the last 10 days.

First up comes Vertical Drop Heroes HD from last week. Now this game was on sale a couple of weeks ago, and I am actually surprised that I am only the 65th person to finish this one. It's a platformer mixed with a rouge-like RPG and fans of games like Bard's Gold or Spelunky would like this game. You'll be lucky if you do manage to finish the 11 floors on first play-through, and the real fun comes in using the gold you accumulate to improve your hero's starting stats for subsequent runs. It doesn't by any means make the game easy though, you'll still need a fair bit of good fortune to clear the game three times in order to unlock the final achievement, but all in all it isn't really all that difficult to get the 1,749 TA Score that's available from the title.

The second completion came with Super Party Sports: Football. I only picked this one up as it was on sale and to be honest it's a pretty dire game. There's nothing sporting about it in reality. It's like Stickman Golf meets Angry Birds in terms of its puzzle style gameplay but again, it's pretty simple to finish. 1,800 TA Score to pick up if you manage to get 3 stars on all 100 levels, but a few attempts on each level should be enough to get the full 28 achievements that are available, a couple of the levels will be frustrating, especially the ones with boulders, but it's not the one of the easier completions that I've managed to work through.

A few new titles have been added to the list as well, I'll say that Zuma's Revenge is a decent follow up to the original title as part of the EA Access membership, fans of the Big Fish game Luxor will enjoy this one, and there's 20 achievements available in a pretty low scoring arcade title to be had if you need to bump up your total achievements.

Naturally I have started on the two new Games With Gold releases for the next fortnight. Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a fun game which deviates slightly from the traditional Tomb Raider style of gameplay and focuses more on the puzzle aspects of the game. Whilst LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is the usual bundle of fun, however the achievements are by no means a breeze for what they are worth and I'll probably stick to this game when I've got enough score to ensure progress to the next period of GTASC.

The last game to add to the new starts in Trove, now if you're one of the 90 odd percent of players that haven't started this freebie yet then what are you waiting for? This game is brilliant, it's a mixture of Minecraft and WoW I would say in terms of the gameplay. It really does look like oodles of fun and I would honestly say that this is one of the better titles that are available across the Xbox One platform as a whole, and in terms of a freebie it really is top notch! There's plenty of TA Score available for players who are willing to put the time in to the game and I would say that you could easily lose a day or two just enjoying the game as a whole.

So now on to the technical side of things...

I think I'm going to need to score around 3,000 TA Score to progress this week, which is another 627 away, it shouldn't be all that difficult given that I have nearly 3 days in which to do this, but I would like to get this done as soon as possible in order to relax with games like Banjo-Tooie or LEGO Star Wars.

Race to 250,000 TA Score
Points to target = 77,569
Current Required Points Per Day Rate = 341.7

Race to 5,000 Achievements
Achievements to target = 697
Current Required Achievements Per Day Rate = 3.1

Both of these long term goals have come down by a fair amount over the last 10 days, I'm hoping more to work on the 5,000 achievements goal as I feel that I can really get this finished with a few months left to spare and then start getting to work on the 10,000 achievements goal. I've made a real jump up the achievements won leaderboard over the last few weeks and now find myself closing in on a top 50,000 position, as this is the leaderboard that I am falling behind in more than the others I feel that this is where I need to be putting in the work whenever I get the opportunity.

I'm nearly inside the top 10% of the TrueAchievement score leaderboard, closing down another 3,200 TA Score should see me inside this marker, so hopefully that will come alongside progressing with GTASC. I'll also reach the top 10% of the Games Completed leaderboard if I manage to 100% another 5 titles, so again, this is all about finishing those near completions or finding another few easy titles to get myself over the line here.

Finally I'm under 6,000 TA Score away from my monthly aim of breaking inside the top 35,000 on the TA leaderboard. This has the potential to get out of hand if I have a couple of quiet days, however, another couple of high scoring days towards the end of the month should see me safely pass this target.

That's it for now, until next time though, Keep Gaming and Keep Scoring!
Posted by Inatimate1 on 18 May 17 at 18:02 | There are no comments on this blog - Please log in to comment on this blog.
PermalinkAway With The Fairies (Race to 250,000 TA Score)
Another week passed and another cut line made in terms of GTASC. Making it to week 18 feels like a real achievement in itself for me, I must admit that I am pleased to have kept up such a level of consistency that has enabled me to progress so far and hopefully I can continue this over the next week as well.

In the end this week was a bit anti-climatic in terms of hte competition, usually I find myself having a mad rush to gain achievements over the last couple of days in order to make the cut, but this week I managed to get enough TA Score to progress within the first couple of days. I was up to nearly 3,000 TA Score by Tuesday morning, and thus I decided to have a bit of a relaxing breeze through the final 5 days, aiming to ramp up my progress on the other leaderboards within the site, mainly in terms of unlocking achievements and completing games.

This week has seen me start a fair few titles, but I'm going to concentrate on the three games I've completed over the last 7 days and give a bit of insight in to these.

Firstly came Banjo-Kazooie. This comes as part of the Rare Replay title but is a game in its own right, so picking up achievements in this also count towards stamps in the main title, and as games go, it is an absolute belter! N64 fans would probably have played this when it first came out, and I liken the gameplay to another important N64 title, that being Mario 64. It's the same kind of 3-D adventure game that the company mascot is known for, and has the same sort of basics when it comes to entering massive individual levels and progressing through the game by completing different tasks within those levels. Where Mario 64 awards you with stars for completing these tasks, Banjo-Kazooie provides Jiggies, little jigsaw pieces.

There are plenty of similar types of levels, I mean they both have levels based around the desert, levels where you have to swim through, winter themed levels that both involve a race, "haunted" based levels, and the final boss is fought on top of a castle. Why I've never played Banjo-Kazooie before is a mystery in itself, but it really is an incredible title within the collection, and some of the dialogue is absolutely brilliant. There are a few tough moments within the game, the last main level you reach involves climbing up a huge tree, and I was getting very frustrated at times when it came to jumping between platforms. Just when you think it's all over when picking up that 100th Jiggie things get all the more frustrating when the next part of the game involves a quiz based on literally EVERYTHING you have encountered during the game. However, there's only a small number of questions so if you have a good enough memory you'll be able to pick up the answers during the 3rd or 4th playthrough and breeze past this part.

It is such a good game that I was sad to see the end of it, the achievements aren't overly complicated and basically require you to pick up everything there is to get, but I have started on Banjo-Tooie, it's not as good as the predecessor but still retains a lot of the original game's concepts and a completion update for that one could come during next week's update.

Next up was a sale offer on Faery: Legends of Avalon, it's not often you find a sort of hidden gem, but this most definitely fits that category. On first look it seems like a girly type of game that I'd expect my 14 year old cousin to play, but underneath it's actually another fairly decent game. The overworld exploration is reminiscent of a Baldur's Gate or Dragon Age in terms of picking up quests, customizing your character, leveling up skills and equipping items, however, the battle system is a JRPG style and something that is very much lost in the modern era. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed playing this one, and it's just a shame that the game itself hasn't been expanded on to make it longer. There's plenty that can be expanded upon by adding another level or two, but all in all it's defintely worth a go for fans of turn-based battles who have a few hours to spare in order to breeze through the game.

The final completion this week came from Dead Space: Ignition, which is a recently added game to the vault for EA Access that was released as an arcade title on the Xbox 360. Having had so much enjoyment from playing Dead Space earlier in the year I decided to give this game a go, only to find that it's nothing like the main game series. Instead it's a puzzle game which has 3 different concepts within it. There's a sort of racing game where you have to get to the end of a linear course with a red dot. A reverse tower defense game where you have to send your shapes in to take down the enemy defenses, and a great little game similar to bridges/chopsticks where you have to connect coloured lights to different terminals. In fairness it isn't overly complicated and after finishing the first run through it should be straightforward enough to go back and complete the other 4 to unlock all the achievements across the two game modes. It's an easy enough 12 achievements for a couple of hours of play and seeing as it's free to EA Access members it's worth it if you want to add another title to your completed games list.

As has been the case previously I have also used my time away from the competition to add more games to the played games list. I have broken inside the top 5% of TA Gamers in that respect having unlocked achievements in 380 different titles. Within these games, there's a couple which have really perked my interest for future grinding. Firstly is XCOM: Enemy Unknown, this game was previously part of Games With Gold back in July of last year. I've had it installed on my XBox One console since I got it, and yet I hadn't got round to starting it. Yet it's a turn-based strategy game akin to Metal Gear Acid on the PSP with an 'overworld' setting reminiscent of the original fourth generation Bullfrog title Syndicate... and it's very much a game that is right up my street in terms of it's gameplay mechanics.

It's 80-100 hour completion estimate doesn't get me interested at this moment in time when I'm trying to focus on wracking up the True Achievement score, but it's definitely a game I will be looking to 100% Complete at some point in the future when I've finished with my current goals. Sadly the game is no longer available on the marketplace, but it is backward compatible so it would be worth finding a 360 copy from somewhere.

Time for some quick stats:

These two figures are rapidly falling, I feel like I can easily make my achievement target within the next couple of months, 801 achievements isn't too many in the grand scheme of things. I've picked up 145 in the last 11 days alone, so on that basis I should be reaching the target in the next two months. The 250,000 TA Score target by the end of the year is also becoming easier, It's currently at just under 2,500 TA Score per week, and knowing that I need more than that to progress in GTASC I can keep myself well ahead of that target by maintaining my position in the competition.

Race to 250,000 TA Score
Points to target = 84,152
Current Required Points Per Day Rate = 353.6

Race to 5,000 Achievements
Achievements to target = 801
Current Required Achievements Per Day Rate = 3.4

I have some easy enough points targeted for the next few hours. By the end of the night I am hoping to add 664 TA Score through NBA Live 15 then I'll be getting on with my 1,170 TA Score target in Vertical Drop Heroes, which shouldn't cause me too much trouble considering the effort I have put in to the game previously. I'm also just a few stages away from 1,413 TA Score in HoPiKo which would bring my overall weekly total up to over 3,000 TA score which I think could be enough to progress through to week 19. Other games still have plenty of lower scoring achievements available for the remainder of the month. I know I'm not that far away from the high scoring achievements in Rare Replay, it's just a matter of working through the other titles in the game, so hopefully that can be utilized next week in order to reach week 20 looking forwards.

Leaderboard positions are important to me at the current time. I've made it inside the top 20% of gamers in England based on TrueAchievement score, but I currently find myself lagging behind a lot of people in terms of achievements won. I'm currently outside of the top 60,000, so whenever I progress to the next week I'll have to set my sights on popping a fair few of these...

That's it for now, until next time Keep Gaming and Keep Scoring!
Posted by Inatimate1 on 07 May 17 at 20:30 | There are no comments on this blog - Please log in to comment on this blog.
PermalinkGoing for Simplicity (Race to 250,000 TA Score)
After another week of popping achievements and progressing through GTASC I have decided that for May I am not going to go all complicated in terms of positional goals on the site leaderboards. Instead I've gone for a flat value target over the course of the next month. My goal for May is to simply break inside the top 35,000 Gamers in terms of TA Score.

Now this will put me way ahead of my target rate in terms of TA Score gain per day over the remainder of the year, but hey, it would be nice to put in a lot of effort now and take a bit of a back seat for a large part of the months ahead.

So what does this entail? Well, it basically means that I'm going to need to increase my TA Score by over 15,000 during the course of May, which is not an overly difficult goal given that I have been gaining around that figure for the past 6 months. Yes the number of easier games I have at my disposal are running a bit thin, but still, it's a realistic goal and something that should keep me interested for the next 31 days.

GTASC is getting towards the business end, I feel that I have about a month's worth of competition left in me before things get far too difficult to maintain. I would be happy with a position inside the top 200 in all fairness, so here's to hoping that I can achieve that goal as well. I won't go in to all the usual detail about where I've been picking up the TA Score over the past week. But I've had some great fun working through Banjo-Kazooie from start to finish over the last few days, and that's helped me get to 75% achievement completion on Rare Replay. Just a few more long grinds left there and I should get myself close to the 100% completion.

I am hoping for a couple of game completions during the course of May. The Lego Star Wars that's going to become available looks like it is going to give me a lot of enjoyment, and who knows. Maybe I'll be able to have my best month historically if I can really set my sights on chasing down this goal.

Having already picked up 871 TA Score in the current GTASC period I feel that I shouldn't have too much difficulty getting another 2,500 in order to progress to next week, and I should hopefully be able to add another 800 TA Score over the next couple of days through an all out assault on HoPiKo which begins after this blog post. So stay tuned for that one.

A better update will be on its way soon enough, but for now, Keep Gaming and Keep Scoring!
Posted by Inatimate1 on 30 April 17 at 22:34 | There are no comments on this blog - Please log in to comment on this blog.
PermalinkThe Rare Necessities (Race to 250,000 TA Score)
It's been just over a fortnight since my last post, and since then I have managed to continue steadily along on my journey of Xbox gaming progress. I had set myself a goal on the last post to try and work my way through Ryse: Son of Rome. However, the only further gameplay I made was over the hours following the last update, managing to scoop an extra 7 achievements for 200 TA Score, leaving me still needing to pick up the other 8 achievements for 361 TA Score at some point in the future.

The 10th also saw my Match 3 skills finally coming to fruition, I unlocked an achievement in Frozen: Free Fall worth 77 TA Score for combining specific gems, however, despite all my efforts, the quest to progress further in the game to have hit a bit of a snag as I'm currently struggling to get through a pretty tricky level, but hopefully I can navigate through this over the coming days. The real success story has come with my switch back to unlocking the plethora of achievements available in Rare Replay. This has proven to be a saving grace for me time and time again and these last couple of weeks have been no different. The 10th saw me pick up an achievement worth 109 TA Score, whilst the 11th saw me wrack up 12 of them for a total of 1,036 TA Score, alongside an idling based achievement in Alto on the laptop.

Activity on the 12th practically ensured my progress in GTASC for a further week, I picked up an achievement in Battle Island: Commanders for doing a basic task for 13 TA Score, and then another 14 achievements in Rare Replay for a further 1,204 TA Score. The next four days saw me stick to exclusively unlocking things on Rare Replay, in all I managed to get another 9 achievements for a further 1,250 TA Score as we moved on to another week of GTASC.

Now this last week I slacked off slightly and almost paid the price for it. I utilised the Monday by starting the new Games With Gold title The Walking Dead: Season Two. Steadily progressing through the story saw me unlock 17 achievements for 444 TA Score, however, I didn't capitalise on this as Tuesday I didn't unlock anything (blame Clicker Heroes for that one!), and Wednesday and Thursday saw me gaining just 5 achievements in total for 201 TA Score all from the free rotational character in Killer Instinct.

This left me with a very uphill challenge to make it through to week 16 in GTASC. I started off by picking up another two achievements worth 44 TA Score in The Walking Dead: Season Two, before realising that I needed to up my scoring rate. So I took advantage of the deals on offer and purchased Penarium. It turned out to be a pretty decent choice as I managed to pick up 16 achievements and gained 746 TA Score for my efforts. I was still in a tricky spot though and so after getting some free time on Saturday I unlocked 3 further achievements in Rare Replay for 253 TA Score, and 5 more achievements for 156 TA Score in The Walking Dead: Season Two.

I still needed a few more points to eunsure progress, so I decided to take advantage of another couple of offers and purchased Hopiko and Vertical Drop Heroes HD in the early hours of Sunday Morning. I picked up 4 achievements worth 259 TA Score on the former, and 6 for 405 on the latter and eventually snuck through to this week by less than 300 TA Score.

I didn't want to fall behind early this week, so last night I began making some early headway. Two more achievements in Vertical Drop Heroes HD got me another 242 TA Score, and a couple of achievements in Rare Replay brought a further 182 TA Score to put me well placed after the first few hours of the competition.

This week it's the top 325 that progress, looking back over the last 15 weeks the benchmark is anywhere between 2,390 - 4,027 TA Score, with the mean figure being 2,825. I feel I should be aiming for somewhere near the 3,000 TA Score mark as people are bound to put that extra effort in should they be lingering around the cut off line especially in the couple of hours prior to the period finishing (last week the line increased by 700 over the last 4 hours!)

By completing The Walking Dead: Season Two I can gain another 450 TA Score, I feel I can gain a further 780 TA Score from Hopiko, 570 TA Score from Penarium and the other 800 should be easily attainable by working through Grabbed by the Ghoulies on Rare Replay.

In terms of my end of year goals here's where I stand with them....

Race to 250,000 TA Score
Points to target = 91,430
Current Required Points Per Day Rate = 364.3

Race to 5,000 Achievements
Achievements to target = 955
Current Required Achievements Per Day Rate = 3.8

A side not is that I'm just 5,856 Gamerscore away from a six figure amount, so that gives me a short term target to help myself towards my long term ambition.

That's it for this week, Keep Gaming and Keep Scoring everyone!
Posted by Inatimate1 on 24 April 17 at 09:59 | There are no comments on this blog - Please log in to comment on this blog.