My name is Jia-Nee (pronounced, “Jienna”). I’m a young, fresh-faced, Chinese American woman living in the suburbs of Chicago. I’ve been writing for a few years now, and my writing has gotten better every day. I’m currently a freelance writer and blogger, focusing on writing about food, travel, and self-care.
When I was younger, my writing was pretty self-conscious and focused more on being good at what I did and being in the public eye than the actual content itself. Since then Ive had a few good stories published in various venues, but Ive always had the distinct feeling that I had to push myself to get better at writing.
I have a bit of a rough idea of what the game looks like, but I’m currently working on it. I’ll be playing for a bit on the Xbox 360, and for a bit on the Playstation 3. When I get to the new game in the near future, it will probably take me about 10 weeks to get to the game and get to it’s final levels.
My first game idea was going to be a simple RPG with a story about a girl named Celine about to be attacked by bandits. That would have been my first post before I decided to actually write some actual stuff, it would have certainly been the easiest game to write, and it would have been the easiest I’ve ever come up with to play.
The story is pretty simple, but there are a few things that you probably don’t want to do, so I’m going to take a break and spend some time with those things.
I’ve been trying to make this game feel different. I wanted it to feel more like a puzzle game, more like a collectible puzzle game, like a puzzle for the general audience. In the last few years, I’ve become more and more interested in games that are more fun, but I don’t feel like it’s going to be as fun as it is now.
I agree, its not. If you want to play a puzzle game, make it a puzzle game, not a casual game. The idea that a game can be a casual game and still be quite fun is something that I think is very rare. I think there are so many casual games that are excellent that if you really want to make a game that is good, you have to make it a game for the general audience.
Yes, but casual games don’t have to be fun. I think they need to be challenging, challenging enough to keep players thinking.
If you want to play a casual game, you should probably just play something fun. You know, something that keeps you from getting too bored. The concept of a game that is too challenging is one that I think is very rare. The classic example of this, is the game Risk. The reason why its such a classic is because you can play it for hours, and not worry about getting bored. Because you can just keep playing it forever.
I think that’s really rare. The problem is that you’ll get bored. I think that’s why the “casual” games that are so popular with the casual gaming crowd are so boring. Because they’re so easy. They’re so boring. Not to mention, they’re boring for the casual gamers as well. However, I also think that there is a growing trend in gaming to make it challenging.