I prefer the normal point and clicks that require wit to solve. Having jumpscares in my puzzler makes me feel somewhat cheapened by the experience. I also agree about FPS games- they are all the same and in shades of brown. Did you see the latest debacle over the COD ghosts port? absolute garbage, they couldnt have mad a worse adaptation if they had tried.
Point and click games make me so angry...xD I play all the cheap horror ones online and I'm always like SDJASLDJASDJ DANG JUMPSCARES. :) I'm more of an xbox 360 kinda girl myself ;) Really only RPG games though...first shooters drive me insane....>.>
Point and clicks, tower defence, puzzles sometimes depending on execution, very few FPS games (all just so...bland), survival horror, survival craft, base builders, mmos...you name it I'v played and/or own it.
LOL oh god once I measured my tank cause I kept getting decor that just didn't fit, so I took a tape measure and I was measuring all the decor and One of the employees walks down the aisle, gives me the funniest stare ever and just walks away..xD I felt so dumb.
I know the feeling, the unit in the pictures is a desktop so it too has more length than width. I have to stand there in the store like a fool sizing the decorations on my palm to make sure they can fit
I killed my very first batch of live plants....>.> I don't have exactly the greenest thumb either lol Every live plant I've purchased from petsmart tends to kick the bucket in a few days -_- The ones I got from Petco are doing pretty great though. WHOOP :) I never really was into the whole live plant thing but I thought I'd give it an attempt..and I actually really like how it looks...:) Though my 3 gallon is allot taller than wide so while it's perfect for taller plants it SUCKS to find decor to fit in and look nice :/
Well that tank is a 2 gallon so it is a little easier to mess about with. The light in it isn't strong enough for live plants even if I wanted them so it gives me some freedom to mess about. Plus I have a decidedly brown thumb. I kill all plants