The most attractive croissant crab on the map of Ho Chi Minh City is nothing else but a park area of the Independence Palace. This is a historical building, a building-museum in the center of the city, with a rich history. This building passed several wars, was rebuild and now it is open to the tourists. I visited it and I liked it. Gonna share.
I do not like museums, galleries, and all this things much, but it is a must visit places. Especially in a foreign country. Keep calm and visit museums! Develop yourself culturally or die.
More than two years ago. My first day in Ho Chi Minh City and my first impressions. I am gonna share memories of the beginning of my long journey to Vietnam. Nostalgie.
I play all kinds of retro looking and pantsu games on modern PlayStations. I know that Nintendo exist and I am aware of what game systems they make. I know that Mario is still alive and very good feeling. I increasingly see the bearded men, hipsters and sort of nerds on YouTube who play Mario for serious, while I gave up after first one on NES.
Next time I will tell you about how did it happen that I played a modern Mario game and how did it happen that I played it on real and modern game system. But just about Mario for now. In the sense that I touch it once in 20 years.
Hotline Miami is one of those games, you know, from which you expect nothing. A game for bulls and midgets. And you buy it just because it’s cheap on sale. This is a shitty indie, pixels, retro like stuff of what we all are already sick. But it’s necessary to play. Because indie, retro and pixels is everything for us.
Warcraft or Angry Birds? Warcraft or Candy Crush? Warcraft or Subway Surfers? The choice is clear!
I didn’t play the classic Warcraft game at that time. Neither did you I guess. But we all went to the theater for the first Warcraft movie and all of us enjoyed it. Let’s take a look on how it has all began.
A friend showed me the game. For smartphone. The game really surprised me. First of all by its design and gameplay. What is even more surprising it is possible to make a great game for smartphone.
Just started third year of my wandering life. I travel around Southeast Asia. I have been to Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines. I visited Hong Kong. I wasn’t allowed to go to Taiwan, lol, actually not lol. I came back to Thailand about five times. I stopped blogging. But I didn’t stop to play video games. I got divorced. I finally left Thailand. And now I have a new love – Vietnam! So this is my small step to Vietnam.
Played Another World. Liked. To be honest it is really cool and interesting, but more like going to a museum or the zoo. It is interesting to see how the games were made before and grumble that nobody works hard on them now. Blinding eye to the game shortcomings of course, appealing to it’s age. Epic game after all!
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