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I’m a big Monopoly fan and I recently saw a great website that did something I’ve always wanted to do: calculate how long it takes to return your investment in the various properties and houses/hotel purchases. Knowing this is really the key to developing a strategy to win the game. Without it, how do you know whether to focus on putting hotels on Boardwalk or buying all the Railroads? You can’t do everything – the key to winning is making the right trades and decisions at the different stages of the game.
If someone else wants to be Puck, I can volunteer to be Kevin Powell . Or better yet, we could all cast ourselves in Jersey Shore (which I guarantee Ubisoft has in development). I would like to channel the spirit and flair of Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino. Leigh, want to be J-WOWW? In a past life, I wrote for Pitchfork Media , that purveyor of all things delicate and indie.
Games Featured: • NonoCraft • Tilt To Live 2 • Pixel People • Unmechanical So many new games! It's like, why can't the future be here now?
BASEBALL ADVANCE (GBA) FAQ/Guide by King_Lueshi Sooo... This is an FAQ/Guide for Baseball Advance for the Game Boy Advance. Baseball Advance is a suprisingly good baseball game developed by Smilebit and published by Sega. Even though it is basically universally considered to be the best baseball game on the GBA, there was sadly only one version ever made, while inferior series like High Heat and All-Star Baseball lived on.
Inventing card games is one of my favourite recreations. It's a relaxing hobby: it means I can think up the basic ideas without having to get out of bed - or even, if I'm very lucky, without having to wake up - which is more than you can say for actually playing cards. My idea of a good game is one that uses an ordinary 52-card pack and has very simple rules, but gives you plenty to think about. If you find that idea appealing, have a look through the following. I've arranged them in order of number of players, that being the natural primary selection factor, then by type of game. So start by choosing your number and then click, as appropriate, on
Contrary to what you might think RPS is not simply a game of luck or chance. While it is true that from a mathematical perspective the ‘optimum’ strategy is to play randomly, it still is not a winning strategy for two reasons. First, ‘optimum’ in this case means you should win, lose and draw an equal number of times (hardly a winning strategy over the long term). Second, Humans, try as they might, are terrible at trying to be random, in fact often humans in trying to approximate randomness become quite predictable. So knowing that there is always something motivating your opponent’s actions, there are a couple of tricks and techniques that you can use to tip the balance in your favour.
It was a long and exhausting task: playing hundreds of online games for hours in a row, day after day. It was hard, but someone had to do it. The result is the list that you will find below. Enjoy! Action Games 1.
I'm looking for particular types of web-based games to pass the time. There's I spend a lot of time using a microscope which is attached to a Windows XP computer.
As a busy small business owner, you probably can't afford to kick back and get lost in Halo or Guitar Hero. But with the diverse, advanced games that are out today, you can actually learn a valuable business skill or two. It may not be real-world experience, but some of the decisions you're forced to make in the virtual realm are situations you probably encounter in business. So to ensure the greatest return on your investment, we consulted gaming expert Greg Miller, executive editor at leading video game website IGN.com, to pick the five best video games for building your business skills. -- Lindsay Holloway <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
minordemon said... There are not many surprises on this list, are there? Not very much different from the top 100 of the Geek. A shame. I was hoping to find a unique game that usually drops out of the mass statistics. The only place where I've had that experience was at the reports of Faidutti's Ludopathic Gathering.
What's your favorite two-person game? We're currently buried in snow, and my SO and I are getting sick of playing Trivial Pursuit. What are your favorite two-person games? These can be: -Video games -Card games -Board games -Etc.
The official Good Gift Games Guide 2008 is available at The Morning News today . The games profiled are: Runners Up Usually, when I compile my annual Good Gift Games (G3s) Guide, I come up with seven or eight shoe-ins and then have to cast around for a few more to round out the list; this year my "just off the top of my head" list came out to 18 items, even before I started doing the research.
Remember the classic video games? The 8-bit masterpieces of our sweaty-palmed youth. Inviting some friends over for a Maniac Mansion all-nighter, huffing asthmatically into a cartridge to clear out the dust, or the thrill and crushing disappointment of rescuing a princess, only to discover you’ve really just saved a fungus. These games aren’t lost forever. You can still play many of them online.
There's a strong element of luck involved in playing Monopoly, but there's also enough strategy so that skilled players will win more often than not. Use these tips and hints, and you'll be smiling all the way to Boardwalk. Difficulty: Average Time Required: n/a Here's How:
Harold the Homeboy and his friends have decided to climb a huge tower they found the other day. It's up to you to help them get as high as possible without falling down, and collect extra points by doing cool moves on the way. Icy Tower is a fun and short, yet addictive game where your only goal is to gain as much score as possible. * Addictive gameplay – you’ll come back for more! * Custom characters – play as anyone! * Custom game modes – experiment!