Elektrakosh blogged
Nov 12, 17 2:33am

So somehow I had finished the post game (luckily my dream did not spoil that for me) but there was a new feature unlocked involving Pokemon Amie only with the villainous bosses. WTF, right? So I click on a Giovanni icon and the first one in 'the team' was Cyrus. In order to make this little ball of no emotion tolerate you, was to feed him when hungry and leave it at that.
Swapping to another which was Lysandre was to feed, show him how much you have progressed and if you had progressed further that last time you fed him he'd get happier.
Depending on which game you got (I had Ultra Sun) Maxie was next and you fed him and had to do an Battle Archie mini game and depending on the outcome he'd get happy if you got more points each time you tended to him.
Next was Ghetsis you fed him and there was two minigames for this one. First one was "Kill N" in which you had to build an elaborate trap for the boy to step into. The most brutal would make him happy. The other was tending to him more that Giovanni so he would become stronger and overthrow the Rocket boss.
The last one was Giovanni and to make him a happy boss was to go collect the strongest pokemon and give them to him. So in effect if you made several high levelled teams and gave those teams to him he'd be your bestie and made you an honourary Rainbow Rocket Admin when fully happy. Your trainer would get the outfits and hair styles of all the organisations if you made them all happy as a reward plus some people in game would comment on your appearence when dressed up.

Yep I'm messed up and I'm sure I've missed one or two out. Pity this was not real.
paperio blogged
Nov 11, 17 11:15pm

Paper.io online is a game similar to Agar.io: a very simple game, which we'll sit down from the very first moment. In this game we will have to conquer territories, creating rectangular or square figures. The larger the rectangle we draw, the more land we get and the more chances to survive.

Exciting game from the very first moment.

Nevertheless, the more territories we win at once, the more chances to be eaten. But the more land that we are trying to conquer, the faster we will go. While we are in the "adventure", we become more susceptible to being eaten, because we generate a tail or a train. If someone touches our tail, we are dead.

How to play

Tip: While we are inside a new field, no one can kill us, but they can steal part of our land. A possible strategy may be to go into protective mode (without leaving our territory), and kill anyone. When there is no one around, we can come out and conquer new territories.

If we collide with our own tail, we will die. To close a rectangle, we can do this only from the conquered land (in other words, we can not use our plume). To eat someone, we will have to cross his train or head, but be careful, do not crash into them, otherwise both of you will die.

Under no circumstances should we install any applications, since this is a web application. In other words, for the game we need a browser and a computer. We can also play from our mobile phone or tablet, but it's much more difficult, because the game was not designed for touch screens. We will not be able to play without an Internet connection (even with the site cache), as this is a multi-user online game.
Dinosaurgames blogged
Nov 10, 17 12:42am

Why do kids love Video Games? The short, and obvious, answer is, they're fun. As we know, the games kids love are not the easiest games to beat, they are the challenging and difficult games that take time to learn, explore, and master. Because all children like to explore. So many of their favorite games require learning from their mistakes, remaining highly focused, overcoming frustration or getting advice from their friends etc.

Kids are in love with games. This is because games are short and they attract kids with all the animation and moving pictures. As I mentioned above that the games children like to play are not among the ones that are easy to play. Most of them are quite challenging that is difficult to master. Exploring these kinds of games takes time to learn through focused playing and thus mastering at the end.

When they were asked that what interests them to play games so much, most of their answers were like it relaxes them and puts them out of their learning and homework pressures. In a way, they are quite true. Nowadays the kids are much pressurized with the study. Saying this I do not mean that study is bad. No! It is simply that there should be a proper balance that should be maintained so that the kids find the time to recreate and refresh their minds.

Another reason that most of the children have highlighted are that they can form teams with friends and enjoy the games. Yes, this is what you can call an advantage of today's technology. Games have become interactive. Team members can interact with each other, help them in games.

The games can be both video games and the PC games. Both types of devices do attract them. There are several reasons why children love to play games.

Should parents let their children play the game?

If you are a parent and worrying about your child's playing habits then I would say it is quite natural. But, I assure you not to worry much. Just ensure that they are playing the right kind of games. There are games that have been designed to increase the intelligence of the child (for example Dinosaur Coloring Game). Some games increase their learning and memory. Even the school goers can benefit by playing games that need strategies and problem-solving skills. In the long run, your child will understand that winning and losing is a part of the game and winning will become easier if they can learn to rectify their mistakes.

The biggest fear a lot of parents have is the extremes some people can take games to. Most gamers have definitely found a happy medium, and use video games as a hobby, not an addiction. Video games are not evil, and definitely, have positive effects on your health and well-being as presented above.

If you are worried do not know which games are good for your child then you can refer to some games dinosaurs on the web Dinosaurgames.me. I and my daughter often visit this site and experience interesting games there. It's not just entertainment that is the place to learn about types of ancient dinosaurs.I think that every child loves dinosaurs and not just my daughter.

With my article, I hope you have learned something and may reconsider playing video games yourself or allowing your children to.

Thanks for your visit!
paperiogames blogged
Nov 9, 17 9:17pm

Video gaming is a hobby that has been enjoyed for years. The area is one that is continually growing. You and your kids can play io games at paperio.org or in the article below, choice is yours.

We know that you do not expect too much from a game. Because your goal is not only to have a lot of fun, but also to spend a lot of time in where you are.
Paper.io is the game which is watched with interest by millions of people in the recent period. Anyone, regardless of age, can play the game. In this game, you do not need to press a lot of keys to tour aroud the map, you only occupied land in the result of skillful movements. The game has a notable structure, especially the colors and the swift movements of your character.

For this game, there is no one-player mode, so all players must be connected to the web. Anyone can join the game, as no sign-up or registration is necessary. Thus, you don’t have to worry about your children sharing any personal information or linking social media accounts to the game.

Paper.io game are a wonderful way for children to have fun. If your children like play this game, you can guide for they. Because this game have excite to your children. It has been determined that children develop their abilities such as leadership, work ethic, strategy and struggle. Games can be useful well for they.

In this game, you compete with other players to own the entire board. Each players slink across the board and capture pieces to grow their base. At here, there are not weapons, you only bite tails of other players to attack. So your children can play this game because no image violence. It's suitable for all ages, the graphics are bright, colorful, and kid-friendly.

In the paper.io have also includes unlockable skins, each skin features a unique head and pattern for the character's base. The children might favor these designs, since they add a fun flair to the game arena.

Each player get a other color in the course of the game. There are many color such as featuring nice shades of red, blue, purple, green, and yellow. So, there are not the same color for two players , each one has their own unique color. These color will be displayed in the course of the game, it is very easy to know who winning in the game.

If your kids that loves Paper.io game, make sure you set up some limits. Clearly express how much time a child can invest in one day and stick to it. You can also use Paperio game as a reward when your child completes chores around the house. For example, you could set up a system where each chore they do gives them ten minutes of game time.

Sure, you could be cleaning your room, doing your homework or even be outside playing, but why? Paper.io game is where it's at! At least you took the time to learn something today, and for that you should be proud. Keep gaming, keep learning and keep having tons of fun!

Thanks for your visit!
Elektrakosh blogged
Nov 6, 17 9:50am

An old couple celebrates their 50th wedding anniversary in their home.
"Just think," the old man says, "we were sitting here at this same breakfast table, naked as jaybirds, 50 years ago."
"Well," the old lady snickers, "what do you say -- should we get naked?"

The two immediately strip to the buff and sit back down at the table. "You know, honey," the little old lady says slyly, "My breasts burn for you now as they did 50 years ago."
"I'm not surprised," replies the old man. "One's in your coffee and the other is in your oatmeal!"
EpicRaptorMan blogged
Nov 4, 17 10:32pm

Here we have a small semi-aquatic mammal that lived about 164,000,000 years ago during the Jurassic Period. Its remains were discovered in what is now Mongolia embedded in lakebed sediments which further points to a semi-aquatic lifestyle.
A distinctive feature of Castorocauda was its tail. Their tails were broad and covered with scales and hair, although hair growth lessened towards the tip and the caudal vertebrae was flattened. This paddle-like tail would have been great for Castorocauda when propelling itself through the water. On top of that, impressions of webbing can also be found in between the toes.
If you haven't realized it yet, Castorocauda is quite similar to a beaver or an otter. In fact, the genus name Castorocauda means "beaver tail" and the species name lutrasimilis translates to "similar to otter". And like the modern platypus, Castorocauda seems to be adapted to digging as well. We know this by looking in depth at their robust forelimbs.

Judging by the animal's teeth Castorocauda was a piscivore, feeding on fish and small invertebrates within its Jurassic environment. And by Jurassic standards at 500-800g (1 to almost 2 pounds) and 42.5cm (17 inches) in length, Castorocauda was a very large mammaliaform!
SR-JM blogged
Nov 4, 17 1:50pm

Our most exciting school task to take on yet is to pick your favourite novel and do around 20 full page illustrations. I picked The Martian from Andy Weir, wish me luck so I can finish it on time!
You can still reach me here, but I might be unavailable for trading and breeding sessions.
Elektrakosh blogged
Nov 4, 17 11:51am

A penguin was driving down the road one night, when the "Check Engine" light came on. He pulled over at the gas station, and the attendant said he'd take a look at it, and tell him what was wrong.
The penguin went over to a nearby shop and bought a vanilla ice cream cone. He finished the ice cream, threw the wrapper away, and walked back to the gas station, where the attendant was waiting for him.
"It looks like you blew a seal," said the attendant.
"Oh, no. Its just vanilla ice cream," replied the penguin.
Elektrakosh blogged
Nov 2, 17 11:19am

The family wheeled Grandma out on the lawn, in her wheelchair where the activities for her 100th birthday were taking place. Grandma couldn't speak very well but she could write notes when she needed to commmunicate.
After a short time out on the lawn, grandma started leaning off to the right, so, some of the family members grabbed her sat her up straight and stuffed pillows on her right side. A short time later, she started leaning off to the left so some of the family members grabbed her sat her up straight and stuffed pillows on her left side.
Soon, she started leaning forward, so family members grabbed her and tied a pillow around her waist to hold her up. A nephew arrived late and came up to grandma and asked 'Hiya gran, you're looking good how are they treating you?'
Grandma took out her little note pad and pen and slowly wrote a note to the nephew 'Those bastards won't let me fart!'
Elektrakosh blogged
Nov 2, 17 1:53am

After years of being blasted into a net, the human cannonball went to the circus owner and told him he was going to retire.

"But you can't!" Shouted the cigar-chomping boss. "Where am I going to find a man of your caliber?"
EpicRaptorMan blogged
Nov 1, 17 9:18pm

Only one skeleton of this sauropod has been discovered and that was in 1984. However, this solo skeleton was essentially complete making Amargasaurus well known. This animal was small for a sauropod only reaching 9-10 (30-33 feet) in length and weigh up to 2.9 tons (5,800 pounds). Amargasaurus is a part of the family of sauropods known as the Dicraeosauridae and like other members within this family they too had relatively short necks (of about 2.4 meters or 7.9 feet). And that is where this sauropod's unique feature lies... Amargasaurus' cervical vertebrae were installed with upwardly elongated neural spines. The neural spines were bifurcated down the entire neck thus creating a double row. The longest of these spines was located on the eighth cervical and reached 24 inches in length.
The true purpose and appearance of these spines is still currently unknown. It is, however, possible that these spines were covered in keratinous sheaths (which could add alot of length to the overall structure) similar to present day bovids such as antelopes, bison, and goats. These spines may have been used as a weapon against carnivores when the sauropod's neck was lowered and suddenly pulled backwards when the predator attacked. Other uses could possibly include display for courtship or intimidation for rivals. Some scientists have also hypothesized that rivaling males would interlock their spines when fighting. And a more bizarre hypothesis was made by Gregory Paul in 2000, he thought the spines could have rattled into one another when the animal shook its neck; creating sound.

In 1997, Jack Bailey suggested that the spines of Amargasaurus supported a sail used for display. Though unlike other sail-bearing animals such as Dimetrodon, Amargasaurus' neural spines were forked, creating a double row along the neck and back. The possibility of possessing two parallel sails only 3-7 centimeters apart seemed unlikely. Also, the presence of a sail on the neck would hinder flexibility.
Elektrakosh blogged
Nov 1, 17 1:50pm

A seaman meets a pirate in a bar, and talk turns to their adventures on the sea. The seaman notes that the pirate has a peg-leg, a hook, and an eye patch.
The seaman asked, "So, how did you end up with the peg-leg?"
The pirate replied, "We were in a storm at sea, and I was swept overboard into a school of sharks. Just as me men were pulling me out, a shark bit me leg off."
"Wow!" said the seaman. "What about your hook"?
"Well", replied the pirate, "We were boarding an enemy ship and were battling the other sailors with swords. One of the enemy cut me hand off."
"Incredible!" remarked the seaman. "How did you get the eye patch"?
"A seagull dropping fell into me eye," replied the pirate.
"You lost your eye to a seagull dropping?," the sailor asked incredulously.
"Well," said the pirate, "that be me first day with me hook"
Captain blogged
Oct 26, 17 7:45am

I've been thinking about a certain post that seems to come up every few months or so here and that is "Why are you still here?"

About a year ago, that answer would have been simple. Chimaira had the Retro Revival and I was maybe interested in helping it. I've said it many times already. I had broken a long time period of inactivity here when I got a notification from him. I didn't know it was going to blossom into something like today.

Now, Retro isn't as bopping as it was during its revival which was sort of to be expected. I'm modding there again and I feel like it is my fault for it becoming so stagnant. Some days I tell myself "Yep, this is the day I'll ask Gotenks to step down again." Others I'll be flowing with ideas. Today is one of those days I where I feel like a poor mod and that I don't deserve the spot. Truth be told, I don't. I took it because maybe I could emulate what Chimaira did about a year ago (or is it 2 now?) and Retro Gaming would be as cool as ever. allingo is the one with the good ideas. I feel like I'm just along for the ride at this point.

To go back to my original idea on why I'm here: I just don't know. It may be out of habit. It may be because I feel obligated to show up every day to check on Retro Gaming. It may be because I enjoy posting updates on Payday 2. It may be because people like Dark Xionei, Intoxication, sword_of_omens, and others enjoy my Vault tales.

I am not leaving the site. As much as I may say I am, I cannot. There's always going to be that one game I'm running or one write up I'm doing that sits in my mind and tells me "Cap, you gotta show up on Neoseeker since people think your post is kind of cool." Trust me, I tried to put an end to that kind of stuff, but then on my up days I start something new so my down days can hate me for it.

Anyway, I'm still here. I might step down or I might not. I don't know. What I will tell you is that there's always gonna be something here for me to do.

I suppose I'll see you all out there, yeah?
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