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G Is For Game

I wish I had a garden.
I wish I had a yard to have a garden in.
I have an indoor garden I guess. My living room is no long where I sit, it's where I have plants and lots of 'em. I just keep accumulating more and more too.... but it's good.
I would use gardening as a hobby if I could, but I can't so I have to amuse myself somehow.
Well... I recently, (in November), got a cellphone. Samasung Galaxy S3 to be exact. I love this little gadget, it's like a computer in mini form.
I also discovered I like a certain game.
Who knew at 37 I'd still be getting hooked like I'm on phonics to a game. But it has happened.
Playing on my Samsung Galaxy Tablet
This is The Simpsons Tapped Out.
Check it out on GooglePlay and possible get it for your phone or tablet. I have android and hubby has apple, so everyone can play it seems.
It is highly addictive, I warn you now. 
The hubby and I both play. My nephew plays. Got a couple friends that play.... and so on.
The idea is Homer causes Springfield to 'melt-down' while working at the plant. Next thing you know, you're rebuilding Springfield from dust. Seriously, you even have to collect characters from the show as you go.
You also gain money, experience and all kinds of stuff from missions and using those things to build your town. You get to customize Springfield how you see fit too, so you can let your inner decorator/architect/builder go nuts! 
Being a Simpsons fan, you really enjoy the story and fun of being part of it all. Customized to you no less.
Here's a funny story.... I bought some donuts with my credit card. They didn't show up on my game though. So through Christmas I was back and forth with EA to get my donuts or a refund. Let me stress right now how awesome EA is. Not only did they give me the donuts I paid for, but tacked on an extra 75!!! Thanks EA! That's super groovy when you are needing to buy stuff for your Springfield.
Okay, so this is the friend screen. I can slide over and see the rest of my friends....
If you go and play, I hope you will add me to your list. (fredamans429) Or if you already play, please leave your origin name or email so I can track you down and add you. I can leave you presents and visit your town for money and stuff. Vice versa though....

Do you have a favorite game you play on your phone or tablet?

Alphabe Thursdays




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  1. I get hooked on games all the time… Right now my game of choice is flow free.

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  2. G is for Great Online Friend ... that's what you are. :)

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    1. Thanks Jeannine, and to you! (((HUGS)))

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  3. Fun post for G ~ and fun photos too ~ xxx

    Thanks for visiting ^_^

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  4. I'm hooked on the different versions of Angry Birds and am obsessed with getting three stars on every level. I refuse to move on until I do, which sometimes can be a long time.

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  5. Awww how fun :) Happy new year, Freda.

    Hugs,
    Melody

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  6. I haven't heard of this game yet! I've been looking for a new, fun game to tinker with on my tablet, so I will have to check this one out. Love the Simpsons! hehe.

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  7. sadly I am hooked on Jelly Splash

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  8. I'm hooked on "Words With Friends"!

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  9. I really try to avoid those games because I'd be totally addicted. Luckily I have a garden and goats to help pass my time. :-)

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  10. Me, play games?!?! Okay, I admit, I am guilty of this...

    Right now I am addicted to a virtual petshop game my littlest granddaughter got me playing...

    Great post for the letter "G"!

    Thanks for linking.

    A+

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