Restaurant City is Closing Down: Goodbye Cooks

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On June 29, 2012, EA will retire Restaurant City and Restaurant City: Gourmet Edition, which means both games will no longer be available for play.


Sigh! No more ingredients to collect. No more recipes to level up.

We will miss you Restaurant City.

I’m gonna miss my restaurant. *sniff*

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Flash Game: Fly Pig

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Fly Pig is an insane shooting game. I mean, seriously! The pigs are flying too fast!!!
Fly Pig
Click on the image to see for yourself. 🙂

Addicted To Fashion Wars

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There is a simple game application in Facebook that I have been addicted to lately. “Fashion Wars”, as what its name denotes, is a battle for who is better in fashion. The more fabulous you are, the better.

The criteria of ranking depends on your popularity count. You could increase your popularity by attending events or battling with other fashionistas.

In order to have greater chance of earning more money in an event or winning a showdown, you must have the style and attitude. These two depend on the items you have: essentials, perks and vehicles.

In attending events, some gives rare items from celebrities and which have high style and attitude level.

Earning money is as simple as A-B-C. You could be $100,000 rich per hour. You can earn money from events and showdowns. But the may income generator are your acquired properties. So far the highest property income I get is from my Italian Villa with the amount of $70,000 per hour.

I really love the game. Giving me the chance to be glamorous and get my dream car, Audi R8! So great.

Later, I’ll post my fashion wars stats. 🙂

Special Force Online

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Just registered an account for Special Force online at It’s an online RPG game similar to counter-strike where you could upgrade your character.

I haven’t played counterstrike for years now but I hope I could learn my way around fast and be good at it too.


Cool ^_^

My Runescape Character

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Sheinzen at Runescape

I was able to play the classic version of runescape several years ago.

It has been a very long time that i decided to play again that i actually forgotten about my account details leaving me no choice but to create new character.

When i entered the new version of runescape just a week ago, i was shocked. It was a lot different from the version I played before. And because I am a “noob”, i need to familiarize myself on how the game works now.

It took me 30 minutes to learn the basic skills like woodcutting, fishing, fire making and cooking from the tutorial area . Afterwards, I was sent the main city which was Lumbridge. My quest was to look for an NPC near the Lumbridge bridge.

On the first time i set foot to Lumbridge, i got confused just like in real life when you are in a unfamiliar territory and you knew nobody. I tried to look at the map. It was vast. I started walking and talking to non-player characters(NPC) until I found the one that I was looking for. It wasPhileas, the Lumbridge Guide.

It kinda sad when those high-levels are bullying a noob. *sigh.

Then on, I started looking and working for other Lumbridge tutors to enhance my skills and earn gold at the same. I explored the nearby cities for adventures while looking for various shops, people and places.

It was fun playing runescape again. I play an hour to two a day just to keep up with my character’s skills.

Hopefully, by the end of the month i could finish all the free members’ quest.