School Idol Diaries – Nico Yazawa

SPOILER ALERT!

If you have not seen the anime, Love Live! School Idol Project, or its movie, and you plan to watch the series, don’t read this post. This entry will talk about scenes from the series and the movie. However, if you want to read this despite the warning, feel free! You have been warned! 😀

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School Idol Diaries – Hanayo Koizumi

SPOILER ALERT!

If you haven’t watched the anime, Love Live! School Idol Project, or watched its movie, and you plan to, please don’t read. This entry will contain spoilers. However, if you want to continue reading, despite the warning, feel free! You have been warned! 🙂

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Kairosoft – Best Simulation Game Developers of Mobile Gaming


Kairosoft CO., Ltd. is a Japanese video game developer located in Tokyo, and they mainly develop games for the iOS and Android (they also have PC games). Kairosoft was founded in 1996, but wasn’t big in the mobile gaming industry until 2010 with the release of their first mobile game, Game Dev Story, to the iOS and Android. Most of their games are “pay once and play”, though they do have several games that are free with in-app purchases.

Kairosoft games are a great way to pass the time. The list below are five of my favorite Kairosoft games, ones that I constantly restart to try and incorporate new strategies and do better in.

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Blast into Gaming’s Past – Roller Coaster Tycoon

One of the things I decided to do at the start of 2017 is get back into the games I like playing. One of those games is Roller Coaster Tycoon. I bought Roller Coaster Tycoon Deluxe on Steam back in 2015, but never really played much until this year.

I’m currently working on a park in the Loopy Landscapes expansion, Arid Heights, a large desert park with a small portion of a lake to the west available to the park for building. The best perk of this park: no financial burden. Build to your heart’s content. The objective: to have 2,000 guests in the park and not let the park rating fall below 700 at any time. Other than that, with no money problems, the park is a nice, blank slate to work with.

I intend to give an overview, a tour, of my themed Arid Heights park, named Wizarding World. This park is still a work in progress park.

On with the tour!

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