52 Game Reviews: 09 Bouncy Cloud

Welcome to Jempanada’s 52 Game Review! Every week, I review an app game that’s free or under $2 that can be easily downloaded from the App Store, Google Play store, or SONY store.

Sorry, I’ve been so MIA lately! The holidays are always a crazy time, and I had just recently moved so settling in took longer than I expected. Despite all of this, I have found and played some new game/apps, so now I’m ready to review them!

I had just recently created an Instagram for Jempanada and I thought posting a glimpse of my nerdy lifestyle would be relatable to all of us nerds. If you want to follow, it’s @jempanada3 just like my Twitter and Pinterest. Following into this, I actually found this app game through Instagram.

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Dear David Prowse

Dear David Prowse,

Mr. David Prowse, as any other bored American these days, I browsed around what was newly added to my Netflix feed. While I was scrolling around through different TV shows, indie movies, and obscure animal videos, I came across the documentary, “I Am Your Father” and I immediately added it to my list. My boyfriend, Luis, is a huge Darth Vader fan, so this was something that I had to patiently wait and watch with him. How huge of a fan he is, you ask? He loves Star Wars so much, especially Darth Vader, to which he has a tattoo sleeve on his left forearm of the infamous sci-fi villain which also includes the Death Star.

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52 Game Reviews: 08 All Twisted Around and Parallyzed

Welcome to Jempanada’s 52 Game Reviews! Every week, I review a free app game or can be purchased under $2 which can be easily downloaded from the App Store, Google Play store, or SONY store.

Here’s a little thing that I found in the Featured section of the Google Play store. From the indie developers Double Coconut and Koreez, they have combined forces to make this very twisted and complicated platform game. I was very intrigued with the trailer which you can watch below:

Here’s a quick synopsis for the people who rather read than watch the Parallyzed trailer. We are introduced to Red, the sister who represents fire, rage, and blood. Then we meet Blue, the smaller sister who represents the sky, ocean, and dreams. Because of this, Red is jealous of her little sister as most people prefer Blue over her. One day, it seems that Red had accidently hurt her leaving her in a coma. So in order to get her back, she has to find the keys and avoid certain obstacles to get to her back home.

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52 Game Reviews: 07 Pour It Up In Glass 2 Glass

Welcome to Jempanada’s 52 Game Review! Every week, I review an app game under $2 that can be easily downloaded from the App Store, Google Play store, or SONY store.

For this week’s game, I found this Glass 2 Glass game on the Google Play store which was developed by Kick9. The game is nothing fancy but with simple graphics and concept, pour as much orange juice (or any other drink) into one glass and hope it reaches the goal line on the second glass.

Pour too much or too little in the first glass for the second glass, that will end your streak. It did take me awhile to get the hang of it, but this is basic 5th grade science.

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Pokemon Sun and Moon are Finally Here!

Hey everyone!

I’ve been behind on my weekly posts because I have been quite busy the last few days but not to worry, things will get back to its regular schedule starting in December. So stick around as I have a bunch of posts to share. I will be posting new game reviews, an unboxing from Gamer Girl Monthly, and my own replay reaction of The Walking Dead Season 1.

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52 Game Reviews: 06 Infinity Run

Welcome to Jempanada’s 52 Game Review! Every week, I review a newly released game under $2 that can be easily downloaded from the App Store, Google Play store, or SONY store.

To change it up, I tried to find a game that avoids my usual interest of pixelated games with an old-school feel. I ran across something new I eventually did by running across something new on the App Store this week, called Crooked Path: Infinity Run. This is game is also available on the Google Play store, so everyone can get a chance to enjoy this game by RuvixArts.

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Can’t Get Enough Of The Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Opening Cinematic

Aqua holding her wayfinder

I. Can’t. Get. Enough. Of. This. Song.

If you don’t know me, well then, you should know that one of my favorite video game series is the Kingdom Hearts series.

It’s such a cheerful remix that I can’t help but listen to it a thousand times. The first time I watched this cinematic, I literally teared up because it’s basically Aqua’s journey with Terra and Ventus.

We just want to know what happened to Aqua! Don’t make us cry!

Take a listen to the song and don’t tell me that this doesn’t make you smile at all. Below is the English version, but for some reason, I like the Japanese version as well.

Yeah, I see you smiling and bouncing to it. I’m not judging, but doesn’t it just hits you in the feels? It brings back so many memories and you just feel for Aqua’s struggles to save her friends.

2017 is going to be a great year for Kingdom Hearts and I will have no problem throwing my money to Square Enix. So many games, yet so little time! But I think we’re all done waiting for all of the games to be released. It’s been a long awaited journey for everyone who loves the game.

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