Posts Tagged ‘games’

Take three..?

In Uncategorized on July 21, 2013 at 10:21 pm

Okay so i’m back again, and most of you have probably forgotten about me – at one point i’d almost forgotten about myself.


But i’m here and back in full blogging spirit. Not quite sure what about, probably just insane ramblings from inside my imagination & my mind so;

– games

– movies

– music

pretty much sums it up.


Hope you’ve not all forgotten about me & hopefully I can gain some new followers too.

Hi ^-^

Hello I’m Lucy and I’m an addict..

In Uncategorized on February 24, 2013 at 2:06 pm

Hello I’m Lucy and I’m an indie game addict. It all started watching the yogscast sjin play prison architect and simon and lewis playing I get this call every day.

After seeing these I decided it would be a good idea to go have a peek at the greenlight section of steam since I hadn’t looked at it for a while and I ended up somehow getting from there to a different platform called Desura, basically like steam but more indie-focused.

Now, the reason I’m posting this is I wanna know if anyone else is as heavily addicted to indie games as me? Im starting to record my playthroughs and I’m gonna put them on here and YouTube. I don’t get why they are so addictive?! Some of the ones I play aren’t even good!

So to all avid gamers out there, check out http://WWW.desura.com and let me know if you play any of the games (many of them free) as I’m always looking for new things to play!

New year, new rules to break

In Uncategorized on January 6, 2013 at 10:26 pm

So I haven’t updated in a while, I apologise. But happy new year and I hope you had a merry christmas and so forth and etc.


I decided that my first new years post would be my new years resolutions. I know most of you probably aren’t interested in the silly targets I set myself but its more for me to look back on to remind myself. More of a personal dig shall we say, so here goes.


No 1 – Sort things out at work (I won’t go in to detail on this one)

No 2 – Move out of my mums house 

No 3 – Start my driving lessons

No 4 – Pass my driving test

No 5 – Have 100 Xbox games by June 15th

No 6 – Stop biting my nails (I try this every year)

No 7 – Stop starting new games before I’ve finished old ones.


I may add to these or elaborate on them if I’m feeling particularly angry at myself. If you do feel like you want to read this blog and/or comment on it, then drop me a comment, let me know what your resolutions are and how you stick to them! 🙂



Is traditional shopping outdated?

In Uncategorized on December 1, 2012 at 11:51 am

So as I was walking around my local town yesterday, I looked around and realised that not many of the younger generation or even the generation before me were actually shopping. Most of them were loitering or were getting food or just passing through. Now its 1st December, which means Christmas is looming and quickly approaching, so why is nobody shopping?

I personally realised that I do most of my shopping online, but when it comes to some things, I go buy them myself because its more personal that way. You get to look at things and pick something that your special person will like. Sure i’ve bought people books and games for Christmas, most of which i’ve bought online because I know what i’m expecting but those people who buy every single thing online, and even send christmas cards from funkypigeon? Are they mad? Nothing says personal like picking a card and getting it written and delivered for you ¬_____________¬

Eventually the youth of today will just do all their shopping online, get it delivered to their door and wont know the fun of actually going out and picking people presents. I take my little brother out to pick his presents for people because shopping around christmas is great. 

For example, yesterday, me & my boyfriend went out shopping, had a laugh at silly games and silly presents, walked around being all *cute* and then went for a coffee to warm up. Wheres the fun in that at home?

I think i’ll always be one to do part of my christmas shopping in the real world, just to keep the novelty there.


What about everyone else? Do you prefer shopping online for presents, whether it be birthday/christmas/easter etc or do you prefer the good old fashioned way?