Tag Archives: game

Forge of Empires

February 28, 2017

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You’re going to have to blame Lauren for this one. She told me when I got home from parent-teacher conferences that I had to write the post. In her defense, I only had 3 parents show up. So that went well. But I know why you really come here. You’re looking for something to waste […]

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15 hours of fun

January 4, 2013

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There are two seniors at Lincoln Lutheran who don’t have a class 4th period and they typically hang out with me in the Mac Lab. They are both into war games and I showed them a website where they could buy games for cheap(er). This procured for me an invitation to my first game of […]

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Oh the ironies

October 21, 2009

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Oh the ironies

This is the email that I sent out this morning before I drove off: The NE Technology Coordinator’s Fall meeting (or as I like to call it, “The day all the computers in Nebraska schools stop working.”) Is happening in Grand Island today. If you need me, that’s where I’ll be. –Lloyd About an hour […]

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Gaming News

June 5, 2009

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Gaming News

First of all: Dear Brad, You have been way too productive lately. There is a new version of Desktop Tower Defense. Love, Lloyd Secondly: In other gaming news, The Pesters and Curt came over last night to join us (us currently includes my little brothers) for pizza and Settles of Catan. We all agreed that […]

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Uno

February 26, 2009

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Uno

Why Mrs. Sommerer has vocal nodules: “Do you have a red or a seven? That’s a seven, use that. Do you have a seven or a green? That’s a 2. Do you have a green? How about that green one? Do you have a green or a five? No? Try this one from the pile. […]

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Grow Cube

January 12, 2008

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Grow Cube

I was looking around on the internet for a Sim City type page to kill a little time with today when I found a site with some really interesting puzzles. They aren’t really games. They are little simulations, and the order you do things in determines what you see on the screen. I spent about […]

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