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Fairy Godmother Tycoon

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Fun Factor:★★★★☆ 

This insanely silly yet entertaining and fun game will keep you busy for hours on end. Imagine if you will that the fairy godmother that we always knew decided to setup a potions empire, what do you think she would be like? Well in Fairy Godmother Tycoon she is down on her luck because everyone is muscling in on her territory and she wants them out so that she can have a monopoly on all the potions business in all the villages of the magical lands. She doesn’t really care how it is done just as long as it is done. She needs a successor just like you to see that it is done right and done now. From village to village you are tested as you try to reach the goals that the Godmother has set for you. Sometimes it is just getting the shop to a certain level of business and other times it is to crush the competition and force them out of business so that yours is the only potions shop in town. It is a cut throat magical land you are dealing with and she knows it and gives you some help along the way.

Sniglet of the Day : February 28

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Sniglet Of The DayGlomortunist – a persistant gamer who tries to glom on to your party in an MMO, no matter how hard you try to shake him or her off.

Lots of great MMOs out there these days, and many seem to be variations on the theme of certain ones. If you are lucky enough not to be a person who insists on running through one solo, and have a permanant party member with you, who just also happens to be the person you are married to, or or maybe the whole of your little nuclear family that games together, you might end up running into a glomortunist. This is a person who sees that you have a tight your party is and wants to get in on your organisation to gain some quick and easy XP without doing any real work. Mind you, these are only games, and purely for entertainment, but the industry has gotten so big, that many players tend to become stressed over these RPGs and forget what their real purpose is. The glomortunist uses this to his or her advantage, and if not shaken off, can breeze right through some levels, while the family group of players takes all the damage and loses the energy. The glomortunist is really pushy about getting in on your group. If you are part of one of those tight gaming groups of family, friends, or students who plays these games together from the same house or living unit, don’t let the glomortunist break your stride. Most likely, somewhere along the way, in your MMO, the storytellers and devs will use some kind of borked marketing strategy to alienate this kind of play anyway.