Friday, September 3

Game On!

I have my very own game now.

Escape From Baseer!

Play if you dare...

Okies, in all seriousness, this is kinda cool. HarperCollins has an Awesome Adventures site where they've done games for a lot of their titles, and quizzes and stuff.

As a gamer girl myself, I'm jazzed to be part of the geekdom.

8 comments:

  1. I never got hooked on gaming. When I was in high school, I used to program my own computer games on my Commodore 64 (computer games where simple at that time), but once they were finished I lost the interest, and started making something else >:)

    Cold As Heaven

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  2. You game? Did I know that? :-D I enjoy gaming, myself--especially, you know, free ones. That can run on my (old Mac) computer.

    *off to try the game*

    :)

    -Carradee

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  3. Awesome! So I tried the game... and kept dying. It's not as easy at it looks. Good thing I'm not really Nya. :)

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  4. Argh! Died three out of three on level one. Clearly, I'm not gaming material. But really, this is cool!

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  5. Very cool! Was pre-ordering stuff from Barnes and Noble dotcom and discovered that there's no picture available for Blue Fire. Kind of strange.

    Angie

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  6. Also your Blue fire and Shifter links are interchanged. I'm a pest, I know.

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  7. Thanks Angie!, fixed now. I even checked them and everything and still mixed it up. No clue why the cover photos aren't up yet. I'll have to mention it to my publisher.

    I got to level 2, then died. It's a tough game!

    Carradee, I'm a major gamer. I did an interview on a gaming site last year if you want to see my geeky side:)

    http://grindingtovalhalla.wordpress.com/2010/03/11/reading-the-text-janice-hardy-interview/

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  8. I haven't tried it yet, but that's kind of cool. Gaming is so much fun. I met my husband at a LARP event, and we both still go when we can.

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