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Topic: Angry Birds 2
Posted By: HalandBubbles
Subject: Angry Birds 2
Date Posted: 05 Mar 2016 at 3:22am
Angry Birds 2 is a decent spinoff of the infamous game.

Pros:
  • 7 glorious birds and 5 stunning spells
  • Awesome graphics
  • Cool new bird who is a girl
  • Catchy music
  • Unique gameplay
Cons:

  • Lives system makes you wait half an hour for a new life
  • Wizard pig throws ice ball at a bird, causing it to fall
  • can get demoted in Arena if not careful
  • Makes you spend gems on all the good stuff
Overall, I recommend this to people who enjoyed the original Angry Birds, as long as they're okay with the cons.



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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 06 Mar 2016 at 3:53pm
WinkMy life changed when I grew up and figured out the time spent on video games is time permanently lost forever when one COULD be improving themself and changing this big old goofy world. The time spent playing video games is time spent sinking into one's self, even if playing online with others and teams. One cannot see ot touch others except via spoken word; people these days are more brazen, if not plain-and-straight selfishly- ugly, just because they can be without fear or reprecussion from the online world, which *I* believe leads to beahvioral and anti-social problems in the real world.
For example, here's a young lady from a family of a few generations of video game players. As professionals, some of us believe there she may be the result of some accidental inbreeding that occurred between levels.
The spent on video games not only contributes to anti-social beaviors...  
It is the time spent meeting and making new friends.
It is the time spent learning new outdoor activities.
It is the time learning new things to change this world in a positive fashion.
It is the time one could spend 'paying it forward'.
It is the time one searches their spiritual-side while reaching the peak of, and constantly working on the peak of Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs ('self-actualization')
...or, when the 'shrooms wear off...
It is the time spent working that second job to keep your pre-paid lawyers ready for the next bail call.
   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Abraham_Maslow.jpg" rel="nofollow">Abraham Maslow.jpg Abraham Maslow
 


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