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Jun
26
PermalinkA Cool (Half) Million
It only took me a little over five years, but was able to reach 500,000 GS yesterday. I'm certain others have achieved this feat much quicker than I have, but gaming is not a competition for me despite what the achievement that was unlocked to help me reach half a million states:

Halo: The Master Chief CollectionJust Getting StartedMr GranstaffThe Just Getting Started achievement in Halo: The Master Chief Collection worth 5 pointsKill 100 enemies or players.


I game at my own leisure and for the most part, not a hobby that increases my blood pressure either. I don't even feel compelled to try and outdo anybody when it comes to this site. Well, if I'm in a contest, my competitive fires tend to spark a bit, but I'm not one to sacrifice my own health or dip into my savings in order to do so. I suppose outdoing someone gaming-wise is not a big deal to me. Personally, when it comes to contests, I'd rather put forth more time and energy into something more meaningful and rewarding to myself, like a ju-jitsu tournament.

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Fun fact: I'm not even sure of the proper spelling of "ju-jitsu." Then again, being able to spell the word isn't going to help me get out of an arm-bar, so that point is moot. laugh

Dawn and I, along with some new friends at her work, signed up for what's called the Savage Race - http://savagerace.com/. Now, that's something I can get behind - it consists of 25 obstacles that spans across 7.5 miles. I would actually feel proud of accomplishing that feat. Plus, you can potentially get a worthwhile reward for doing well - $$$! I mean, I still think it's cool about the milestone I just reached in gaming, but it's a casual hobby first and all of these other accomplishments come second.

Speaking of first, did you know I'm the only gamer to have at least 100 completions in the following platforms/categories:

+ Kinect Required
+ Windows Phone
+ XBLA
+ Xbox 360

Xbox One - 87
ID@Xbox - 50
If you didn't, now you do. smile

I'm actually quite proud of that, mostly because no one else has managed it yet and I felt like I earned it. Hopefully I'll be able to snag two more categories in a timely fashion and add another scalp to my collection.


  • Where Has the Time Gone?


Whew. Can't believe it's been over a month since the last time I posted something. As usual, I'm blaming Windows Phone games as well as Age of Empires: Castle Siege for taking up my blogging time. Heh.

I'm really enjoying AoE more so lately because I've gotten two successful defends the past few days. I had been on a bad streak as of late, but it seems I've gotten my mojo back and it feels good to be on the winning side. For now, at least.

Been slowing down on the crowns count - almost at 850. I had been on pace for earning 250 crowns each week, but may have to settle for around 100 crowns nowadays. My focus has been more about obtaining resources to upgrade my castle. Plus, my troops take longer to train and can't go into battle as quickly as I would like. Since I joined another alliance, I've been maintaining a 97% win ratio though, so there hasn't been much wasted effort there.

I do wish my completion percentage was like my win ratio. It recently took a plunge since starting Halo MCC. My percentage be, like: Bye Bye Bye.

Anyway, let's play some catch up. What's been going on lately?

On my end, just trying to maintain all facets of my life: gym, landscaping and things like that. Basically, just staying busy with projects. For instance, used this white-washing technique to this birdbath my grandma used to have. You just mix half part water, half part paint and go to town with that paintbrush. Turned out great, I think. Looks ivory-like.

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I'm still messing around with different layouts with the stone as I'm just trying to implement stuff with the supplies that were left over from the huge landscaping overhaul that happened earlier this year. The whole point of that birdbath was to catch the water that comes crashing down from the metal roof when it rains heavy. Before that, it was creating a nice big divot in the grass and washing out the mulch from the flowerbeds. I couldn't have that!

The vegetables have been doing great this year. Almost too good. The tomato plants grew taller than their tomato cages, so I had to get creative and tie the upper half together against the fence, for more support. It was drooping over and was afraid it was going to put too much strain on its branches and snap off.

Have also been more active with the dogs since one of them needs to lose some weight. Heh. We've gotten them tennis balls, a beach ball, soccer ball, football... Nope. We don't spoil them at all. Not one bit.

Recently saw Wonder Woman over the weekend with Dawn. Last movie we went out to go see was Deadpool, which must've been over a year ago. This time, we upped the ante. We traveled all the way up to Atlanta to check out this dine-in theater. It was pretty great. There was only three, maybe four other people there. Almost felt like home. Afterwards, we checked out the Lenox Square Mall and let Dawn do her thing - shop, shop, shop. Whenever we go there, which isn't often, we get this Bubble Tea. I got this Honeydew flavor - it tasted awesome.

Man, I'm rambling. I'll stop.

Oh, almost forgot this happened. Someone tried to insult me, but here's the kicker: shouldn't all insults have at least a sliver of truth to it? I suppose some people are able to get on with their lives by using flawed logic and being filled with jealously of others. What's ironic is that they described themselves perfectly with their spat.

We sure do have some bizarre folks that roam this Earth, don't we? Ignorance must be bliss with that type of herd. They couldn't even post it without any grammatical errors either, which makes the attempt that much funnier.

Sigh. Saying they're pathetically idiotic doesn't quite cut it. facepalmlaugh

And, that's all I got for today. Always striving to keep my blogs short and not become another novel, so should probably stop here. Next blog might include an update on my Genre Project and what's been on the menu lately. The annual Bean Dive should be a topic, but since I just did a massive plunge a few days ago, I'll probably only dive a handful of games, just to be a good sport.




[UPDATED: June 16, 2017]

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May
24
Permalink"Just Blow into the Phone"
I got jokes again! This time, it's actually on me. Stick around and I'll tell you.

In just a minute.

One moment.

Ready? Let's go.

During my onsalught of phone game completions, I came across a fun little game called Beards & Beaks. While the game was very enjoyable, it had that one annoying achievement where I basically had to leave my phone idled throughout the night. Basically, you can use these power-ups, but had to wait for them to recharge in order to use them again. It took 2 in a half hours for them to do so.

Anyway, there's a total of four different powers you can use, one of which was a "whirlwind" ability of sorts. For the life of me, I could not figure out how to use it in the game. It did not seem to function like the others, so after swiping and acting like a gopher on my screen with my finger tips for a few minutes, I went to the Internet to seek out a solution. In the very beginning of my research, I noticed a comment that said, "you have to blow into the phone."

I thought to myself, "Look at this d-bag. He's trying to be a wise guy! Way to be helpful, punk."

Of course, I discreetly blew onto my screen and felt silly. I knew it wouldn't work! You know, just like that one joke that states "you can't lick your elbow" but you still try it anyway and the joke calls you out on it later: "You tried licking your elbow just now, didn't you?"

Fast forward several minutes, I come across a different site that says the same thing, but specifically says, "blow into the microphone." I think to myself once more, "Hm. This guy actually seems serious. Let me try it."

I blow into the phone's mic.

A tornado forms and wrecks havoc on the crows.

I'm dumbfounded and amazed all at the same time.

With that said, that was an incredibly unique feature for a phone game that I don't think has ever been utilized before. Well done, game developers.

Oh, and I guess I owe that "d-bag" an apology too. wink


  • 100 Completions on All Platforms


On top of my Genre Project, I discovered something else to strive for. I could be the first person to do something on this site and that is to complete 100 Kinect Required AND Windows Phone games. Out of 360,000+ users, it was actually easy to figure this out; considering there's only three other gamers that have completed at least 100 Kinect games.

Anyway, since I can see myself achieving this feat soon, I wanted to up the ante. Let's reach 100 completions on ALL of the platforms/filters available. Here's the tally so far:


Xbox 360: 339

Xbox Live Arcade: 119

Kinect Required: 97

Windows Phone: 96

Xbox One: 80

ID@Xbox Completions: 45 (only have access to 43 more titles)

Windows: 40 (only have access to 33 more titles)


Outside of the Indie and Windows games, I can definitely see myself earning 20 more Xbox One completions. For the lack of games on the other platforms, I either need to wait for more free titles, current games to go GWG or get access to them through some other means. I probably have access to more games and I just haven't added them to the collection sheet yet. Need to double check that digital library.

Regardless, being able to reach 100 completions for 5 out of the 7 platforms isn't too shabby!

  • For Next Time


I'll be talking about some updates for my Genre Project, what games I've started (and probably completed), and the toll of how pre-loading achievements heavily year in and year out can do to your body.

That last part is somewhat of an inside joke as I recently came across someone's Twitter account from a forum and noticed the changes of this guy over the years: kind of like how a pregnant lady balloons up. Stay tuned for next time if you want to know more. All I can say for now is what a friend observed, "Look at those man titties!" laugh

And, with that - blow into that phone.




[UPDATED: May 01, 2017]

* added to Games Collection; adjusted boost list

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May
18
PermalinkHomeless Guy & Tooth-to-Gum Ratio
My breaks at work are consumed by Windows Phone games lately. Normally, my breaks would be the perfect time to blog, but I'd rather game instead. Anyway, thought I would take a break from gaming and post something today.

Wait - that actually doesn't make sense. Who takes a break from gaming? Kind of a strange concept.

Well, then. Let's get to it.

Let's address the title. I thought I was a destroyer of words, but it turns out these new friends of Dawn (mine too, I guess) that she met at her job are absolutely brutal! Since our wedding is an ongoing topic, it's only natural that our old friends sometimes get brought up. Anyway, her friends were curious what they looked like, so Dawn obliged and dug up some old photos from her phone. Their comments were priceless!

For instance, they said Cracks Corn IDC looked like a homeless guy whereas Mundane Monday actually looked like a bitch. Even threw out a notorious Family Guy saying and mentioned her gummy smile.

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Like I said, brutal. Might have to keep them around. They're funny.




Since the last blog, I've started and completed a considerable amount of games, so I'm going to change up the usual layout this time. That said, don't get used to it. It won't be the standard. Got it? Good.


  • Started & Completed:


Asphalt 5 (WP)

+ Just another racing game. Enjoyed it, at least.

--

Madden NFL 11

+ I love me some football games. The Madden Moments was a neat challenge too.

--

Bellator: MMA Onslaught

+ Was granted access to this and boosted the wins with my homeboy, Jon. This also completes another genre for my ongoing project - Mixed Martial Arts. Only 20 more to go! ...I think.

--

Guitar Hero 5 (WP)

+ The difficulty was watered down in my opinion, but it had a good selection of songs though.

--

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (WP) (plus all stack variants)

+ This was interesting. I usually never stack, but since they were relatively easy, I thought, "Why not?" Of course, the French version was a pain in the butt. Silly French people and their wine. You're drunk, don't make another game.

--

Butterfly (WP)

+ This game was just another tramp stamp along with those Hannah Montana games.

--

Feed Me Oil (WP)

+ Very good game. Highly enjoyed it.

--

Dream Track Nation (WP)

+ Opposite to the general public's opinion, I actually thought the physics were neat in this game. I didn't love it, but didn't hate it either.

--

Fast and the Furious: Adrenaline (WP)

+ Another movie tie-in. That equals to a piss poor game. The drag racing mode was somewhat neat.

--

Star Wars: Cantina (WP)

+ A bit repetitive, but I liked it. Then again, I'm a Star Wars junkie. So much in fact, I know the Emperor's FIRST name. Do you?

--

Beards & Beaks (WP)

+ Such a shame this game only had two sets of levels. Outside of that, I recommend it. Neat implementation of strategy.

--

Lode Runner Classic (WP)

+ It's a classic. What else can I say?

--

Bubble Town 2 (WP)

+ Average puzzle game that was short and sweet. A couple levels took multiple attempts, but nothing mind melting.



  • On the Menu:


iBlast Moki (WP)

+ Funny story. I started this game up by accident since I didn't think my first action in the game would unlock an achievement. Heh. No bother. It should be completed in a day or two.

--

Adera (Win 8)

+ Was granted access to all of DLC from a friend, so opted to start it the other day. Superb graphics, even compared with today's standard. Just have one achievement left, which could be potentially annoying to unlock. We'll see.

--

KenKen (WP)

+ This will be an ongoing project for awhile, maybe. It just depends how much progress I want to make towards it in each setting. There's just So. Many. Puzzles. Hundreds of them!



  • 100 Completions - Kinect & WP


Approaching 100 completions in both Kinect Required and Windows Phone titles. Wondering if I would be the first to do so?

With that said, is there a certain game I should strive to do in each platform as the 100th completion? Let me know.

And, with that - let me dive into another phone game. Leave me alone already.





[UPDATED: May 01, 2017]

* added to Games Collection; adjusted boost list

Want to boost? Play some co-op? Trade games with me? If so, click the spoiler tag below:

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Apr
24
PermalinkStoring Balls At Room Temperature
It seems like it's a never ending quest to unlock all of the online achievements before they become discontinued. Well, not all of them, you silly reader(s). Just for the games I actually own. I've gotten more relaxed when it comes to online achievements though. For instance, it's been over a month since I booted up Battlefront and may want to revisit it soon since the sequel to the game is set to be released later this year. I would join some of the boosting sessions that I keep seeing pop up too, but would rather wait for another XP event before really cracking down on it.

Speaking of discontinued, it's been irritating to hold off with my Windows Phone for the past few days. Apparently the syncing services are down once again, so don't want to take any chances on unlocking any achievements during this outage and them not syncing with my profile later on. I've been fortunate by not having anything in limbo though as I got wind of the bad news beforehand. There's a joke that's been going around since the outage happened on 4/20: MS got high and forgot to sync achievements. Typical, I know. roll

Lately, with my genre project in the works, trying to see if I could focus on something else concurrently, like putting more of a dent into the leaderboards I've been following, such as Health & Fitness or even On Rails. I get indecisive at times, but I'll probably get back around to those eventually. For now, I'm slowly chiseling away on just wrapping up previously started games.

At the moment, I've actually been more active in RL than the digital one. Whenever I do dive into this digital world we all share, I can truly say it's been more relaxed. I don't get carried away with contests, other people's scores, streaks, or anything of that nature. I'm just not about that life anymore; been gaming on my own terms. I don't see myself going back to those things, but you never know. For now, gaming is casual and I'm loving it.

You know, I thought about this for awhile and figured I would add a bit more of a consistent structure with my random blogging ways too, so opting to set out a section of what I'm currently playing in most blogs going forward.

  • Started:


+ NPPL Championship Paintball 2009

Got this from GameFly, so my train of thought is to always try to get rentals completed as soon as possible. Game is different from other FPS and while it's a nice change of pace, it's still mediocre at best. It's neat to finally experience a paintball game though. Learned that you should store your paintballs at room temperature, otherwise they'll become too brittle or hard. In other words, I'm going to freeze mine and make the other team suffer! laugh


  • On the Menu:


+ N.O.V.A. 3 (WP)

This isn't your typical phone game. It's not like you can play in spurts. It acts like a retail game, truth be told. Once you start a level, you're going to be involved for at least half an hour. The game is a bit cliche with the plot though, but more enjoyable than other FPS I've played in the past. That's for sure.


+ Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent

Currently the focus is on the MP achievements, especially those challenges, with Shinnizle and a Fi1thy Casual. I think we got through 4 challenges in one sitting, so that's not too bad. We got wrecked pretty hard our first attempt, but my own setback was because I forgot the controls. laugh

Of course, our latest attempt still stings. We didn't pass a single challenge, but I think we developed a good strategy before we called it quits that night. Someone's mic is on the fritz, so it makes communicating a hassle at times, but all in all, being able to communicate isn't a huge deal. We just can't continue to go in blind and hope we'll pass it by being lucky. Planning beforehand will go a long way with us.


+ Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition

Started playing this with a local buddy of mine some months back, but since he's normally not available until late, it's been a chore getting together lately, especially since I've been getting my beauty sleep on earlier. Can't fault him for that since he's got a family, but since sometimes a month will pass before we do team up again, it's difficult to get back into the swing of things. I'm tempted to start over since I really don't know what's going on anymore with the story. Fortunately, I would only have to redo Act I and hopefully we'll be able to get on a better schedule from there. Personally, I don't like playing a game for only an hour at a time, especially when the Sandman is sprinkling its dust over my eyes.


+ Mirror's Edge Catalyst

This will probably be an ongoing project until it's completed. If I'm going to go back to my usual ways and actually complete games in a more timely manner, I might as well start that process with this game. So far so good, I must say. Completed all of the side missions over the weekend, so making decent progress and hopefully a completion will happen in due time. I might temporarily shelve the game when it comes to finding the collectibles, but we'll see.


  • Completed:


+ NPPL Championship Paintball 2009

As I mentioned before, rentals usually get completed right away. In this case, after a couple of boosting sessions and some time spent with the career mode, I put another notch on my belt for my Genre Project. Paintball is now one and done! Not sure what I'll tackle next. Might try to get a Dungeon Crawler completed or go after one of the rare sports, like, Badminton.


  • Outside of Gaming


Nothing too new. Opted to get my teeth whitened professionally for the first time ever and the results are great. It's amazing how much money you have leftover when you save it for something that never materializes. wink

Unfortunately, I have to be mindful of what I eat and drink for another week since my teeth is susceptible to staining due to the procedure. That means no coffee, soda -- have to avoid anything that could stain a white shirt basically. That being said, I've drank nothing but water and have actually been eating pretty clean. The first day was miserable since my teeth became highly sensitive -- ZING! -- and also developed a caffeine headache, but after that, it's actually been smooth sailing. I still get my cravings for certain foods, but that's expected. All in all, pretty proud of my self discipline. I deserve a pat on the back. Heh.

The vegetable gardens and pots are taking off surprisingly well. I'm starting to see a few blooms form, so getting excited to see how much produce I'll get in another month or so. If only the grass in my front yard would get the memo. Since I have what's called centipede grass, I had to de-thatch the dormant areas, so I have some bare spots throughout the yard for now. I have an irrigation system out there to keep it watered and just spread out some fertilizer too, so hopefully within next month, the yard will start looking lush, like it should.

And, with that - I'm out!




[UPDATED: April 16, 2017]

* added to Games Collection; adjusted boost list

Want to boost? Play some co-op? Trade games with me? If so, click the spoiler tag below:

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Posted by Mr Granstaff on 24 April 17 at 20:58 | There are 2 comments on this blog post - Please log in to comment on this blog.
Apr
18
PermalinkGenre Project - Completing Them All
Since the genre classifications have mostly been solidified, I thought to myself, "Maybe I can try to complete a game for every genre there is. That should continue to keep me amused." I mean, the contest forums can keep me entertained for so long before it acts like a broken record again for the umpteenth time. Plus, there's only so many brothers out there that's willing to conspire together in an effort to snipe another team's bonus. wink

No, but seriously. I might have taken a peek at the forums twice this year and just because contests no longer appeal to me at this point in time doesn't mean I'm going to downplay them. I had a blast when I competed and in doing so, resulted in some of the best times I ever had while being on this site. I sincerely hope people find enjoyment in competing though. Personally, I don't understand the lengths some people go in an effort to win since most of that silliness goes against the spirit of it all, but that's for the people that take it more seriously to hash out among themselves. For me, I'm continuing to enjoy the casual aspect of gaming and blessed enough to have friends to share this hobby with. I might have my poisons that differ from the masses, but it's what I want to do that's enjoyable to me and don't feel pressured into doing them either.

As I read from someone's signature on here, "The real achievement is bettering oneself and not trying to overtake others." Or, something along those lines. Regardless, it rang true to me and thought it was well said. I suppose I'm developing a viewpoint similar to that saying. In the process of doing so, I'm finding out there's less hassle going by that as opposed to following others, such as gaming for the wrong reasons - whatever that may be.

Anyway, since the family tree of genres on here has been rehashed, I had to do the same to my original list. And, this structure of mine might change as more progress is made towards these genre completions, but for now, I'm rolling it out like this:

  • Completed Genres (63):


(fun fact: including my earlier completions per genre; figure those are less likely to change over time)

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***



  • Missing Genres (20):


STARTED:

Billiards: Pool Nation (13/20 achievements)

Dungeon Crawler: Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition, Dead Island (Xbox 360), or Borderlands

* surprisingly haven't completed this genre yet; solid candidates to get the job done though
Skating: Red Bull Crashed Ice Kinect (14/19 achievements)

Survival: How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition (32/37 achievements)

Turn Based: Worms Battlegrounds or Child of Light
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NOT STARTED:

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RARE SPORTS:

Australian Football: AFL Live 2

Badminton: Blazing Birds - OWNED

Bullfighting: Toro - OWNED

Handball: Handball 16

Lacrosse: Casey Powell Lacrosse 16

* slim pickings for this genre and since this game seemingly has an unobtainable achievement, I'll pass for now
Motocross: Motocross Madness

* This is a questionable genre here as the only game officially classified as such is no longer available digitally, but hoping the game listed above will be considered as such eventually.

Personally, I think this genre should just be scratched because there are actual Motocross games that are just listed as Arcade Racing instead. It's a puzzling one.
Paintball: NPPL Championship Paintball 2009 - RENTING

Rollerblading: On a Roll

* not released yet
Skydiving: Skydive: Proximity Flight - OWNED
  • Genre Combinations


The discovery of all the different combinations of genres that exist will be enjoyable to find and actually interest me a great deal. I probably won't dive far into those possibilities until I wrap up the main genres first or at the very least -- uh, we'll say over 90% completed or something

Some combinations I've found were redundant, like this: Shooter | First Person Shooter. laugh

Have any of you found any clever combinations that warrant some interest? Let me know. I would love to hear them.



  • Recent Events | Real Life


What should I consider recent? I guess we'll just go back to last weekend.

Since I prefer to tackle most games that include online achievements over others, I opted to start Mirror's Edge Catalyst a little sooner than I would have liked due to a few user-generated achievements that were dependent on some online functionality. Regardless of my prior feelings of starting something before I felt ready to, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise because it was the perfect game to play at that time. I actually enjoyed it far beyond what I was expecting. The whole "first-person platformer" concept really appealed to me.

I ended up playing through the main story over the weekend and tidied up a few miscellaneous achievements as well. Heavily considering on going back to my usual ways and sticking it out until it's completed with all of the achievements unlocked. From there, I see myself going on massive cleanup duty and approach other games in a similar manner, mostly the started ones. We'll see. Unlocking every achievement in a game can seem like a chore, so I'm wanting to find balance and avoid that feeling. Moderation continues to be the key.

Speaking of completions, I managed to add a few more notches to the belt last week:

2006 FIFA World Cup
+ used the Road Glitch to 1000; not much else I can say other than it's your standard soccer game

Chickens Can't Fly (WP)
+ definitely one of my favorite WP games; such a simple concept yet so addicting

Dead Space: Ignition
+ always have enjoyed the Dead Space series and was interesting how it tied the first two games together despite this one just being another puzzle game
Other than that, been currently preoccupied with this WP game, N.O.V.A. 3 (WP), during slow times at work. Would you believe me that the first level lasted over 40 minutes? 40 minutes?! For a phone game! Craziness if you ask me.

It's actually better than most Shooters out there, believe it or not. After the first level, I sensed some back story that I'm clearly not getting, so planning on looking up the plot from the other two games through a wiki of some sort. That way, I'll get a better understanding of what's going on.

Since I mentioned Shooters, I can't forget to mention Splinter Cell Double Agent. Actually got my feet wet with the challenges. It was rough at first, but starting to get easier. All I want to say is that those mercenaries/guards are sooo OP. That's not a good thing either. Anyway, looking forward to wrapping that all up. It might end up being one of my greatest gaming accomplishments due to the persistence it'll take to get the job done.

Other than gaming, opted to give vegetable gardening another go. After my hiatus last year, I've been making up for some lost time and getting all kinds of projects finished. There's nothing too special about my layout: three 4x4 raised garden beds and experimenting with some pots too. I have a combination of tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers and sweet potatoes planted. Dawn even found a purple bell pepper to grow. Never heard of them, but apparently it's a sweet pepper.

I'll have to post a picture later once everything starts growing.

Anyway, Let me stop here and get back to doing something productive at work other than drinking the company's coffee. laugh

Talk to you all later!





[UPDATED: April 16, 2017]

* added to Games Collection; adjusted boost list

Want to boost? Play some co-op? Trade games with me? If so, click the spoiler tag below:

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