Nintendo Wii U
Michael and I played through a bit more of Yoshi’s Woolly World this week. Man I love this game! We currently played up to World 4-7: Yoshi Branches Out.
The levels in World 4 include one with a crazy lunge fish that tries to eat you, an underwater level with very weird physics, and one level where you are swinging on curtains the entire time!
One level that really stuck out to me was World 4-6: Spooky Scraps! Don’t Get Spooked!
The name of this level made me laugh, but this is one of the most unique and fun levels I have played thus far. Throughout the level, scraps of fabric pass by and reveal walkways and items not seen normally. You can interact with them, but only when you are behind the scraps of fabric as well. Also, when enemies are behind the fabric, they turn into monsters that chase you!
I believe there are only 5 Worlds in this game, so we are getting close to the end. Maybe we will finish up the game next week!
I played just a couple levels of The Legendary Starfy this week. I figured out that the whole point of the game is for Starfy to help Bunston recover his lost memories…
I fought a giant squid (I love Starfy’s expression in this picture!)…
And I played a level that required me to push large rocks around, which was kind of a pain in the ass!
I also came across this weird turtle thing, which obviously really freaked poor Starfy and his friend Moe out!
I visited my Animal Crossing New Leaf: Welcome amiibo town of Tilt this week to see what my villagers were up to! Frank had something really philosophical to say….
while Julian told me about one of his strange hobbies!
I met Eloise, who just moved into town.
Poppy invited me over to her house. I hung out on her sofa for a minute.
Immediately after I left Poppy’s house, Genji wanted to come visit my house!
I decided to check in with Isabelle to see what my approval rating was. To my surprise, I was already at 100%! I didn’t think I really did much to earn it, but hey, I’m not complaining!
I visited the campground, and Gulliver was my visitor for today. Love the beachy theme in his RV!
Believe it or not, I still have yet to see it snow in this game. What gives?!?
I played a game called Cooking Fever this week. I’ve had it on my phone for awhile, but I haven’t played it in quite some time. As you can see from my map below, I only have one restaurant open- the Fast Food Court!
Cooking Fever is basically a time management game where customers come up and try to buy items, and it’s up to you to fulfill their orders in a timely manner. At first, it’s pretty easy, but the later levels can get pretty challenging.
After playing a little bit, I unlocked the Sports Bar and the Bakery! I haven’t played either of these yet, as I want to finish all the levels in the Fast Food Court first.
I am currently on Level 23, and it’s getting pretty tough! The customer’s requests are getting more intricate, and I find myself getting confused easily, haha! It’s a fun game though, and quite addicting. Right now, I’m at experience Level 6.
I also played a little bit of Pokémon GO this week. I didn’t do much, but I finally got enough candies to evolve my Meowth into a Persian!
I then made Caterpie my buddy. I need a few more candies from it to get the final evolution (Butterfree). It’s so cute on my shoulder! 🙂
Also, I came across this bad boy at work! It kind of blends into the shelf a little bit.
I had no Pokéballs, so I couldn’t even try to catch it! However, its CP was pretty high, so my efforts probably would have been in vain anyway.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I played Stardew Valley this week. I pretty much wrote about everything I did, so I don’t need to repeat it here! However, here are a couple additional screenshots from my gameplay this week! Here we have a nice, rainy day…
a very weird, mysterious message from my grandpa…
and a cozy fire in my room!
Here are my current objectives. Right now it’s the 8th of Spring, Year 1.
No misc. gaming consoles this week!
That’s all for my gaming adventures this week! See ya!