Mobile Game Recommendation: I Love Hue

I Love Hue is my latest mobile gaming addiction. It is available on Android and iPhone for free!  

The basic premise is you are given a gradient, and then have to put it back in order. Sounds like something that would get boring fast, right? You’d be sorely mistaken!

There are TONS of different gradients to choose from and with a large variety of difficulties. This really helps mix things to keep it interesting. It’s really relaxing too, looking at all those disordered colors and making sense out of it. My favorite gradients to work with are the rainbow ones, they’re just so gorgeous!

The squares with dots in the center are fixed points to give you a guide on how to organize the gradient. Maps have a varying amount of these guide squares to make it easier, or more difficult!

When you beat a level, the game is SUPER encouraging. My favorite is when it calls me an iridescent moonbeam.

Try it out today!

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Ashe

Peggle Blast

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SEE. UNICORNS.

Yup. It’s true. I’m addicted to another mobile game app! (Sorry Magikarp Jump, I’ll come back to you one day.) This time around, it’s Peggle Blast!

I didn’t plan on this happening (do we ever?) but when, at a wedding reception we were all playing a board game called Metagamer and we had to determine the merits of Peggle versus Angry Birds, I had to step in (Peggle won, btw. Woo!).

Back in the day, when Peggle was a thing before Popcap Games was owned by EA (those were the days), it was solely a computer game and really fun! You knock orange pegs down to earn points, get all the orange pegs and you move on! It’s a lot more fun and addicting than it sounds, I promise. Did I mention there’s a unicorn? There’s a unicorn!

PEGGLE KABLOOEYPeggle is now available as a mobile game for iOS and Android! Yay! It lets me relive my nostalgia at the convenience of whenever I want and what my phone battery will allow. Luckily it’s not too intensive though!

Go try it out! It’s super fun and doesn’t take much of a commitment at all. It’s easy to stop and start and reeeeally satisfying when you defeat a really hard level.

Kingdom Hearts Unchained X: Now on Mobile Device Near You!

It’s the moment you’ve all (or maybe that’s just me) been waiting for !

Kingdom Hearts Chi has finally been released in the West! Instead of being a browser game like it was in Japan, it has been released as Kingdom Hearts Unchained X for mobile devices: Android and iOS.

It’s super easy to follow, and the animation style is completely adorable. ❤ It’s also the perfect time for newcomers to the Kingdom Hearts fandom to dive in because it takes place before the first Kingdom Hearts game! No previous KH knowledge required for you to enjoy it!

The game also allows you to create a party with your friends so you can keep track of each other’s progress and help each other out by sharing special attacks.

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Here’s my character! When creating a party, when it asks for “User ID” to search for someone, the user ID will be a number in the right hand corner (that I blanked out, in yours there will be actually be a number!) of the screenshot! It took me a while to figure this out! So feel free to learn from my previous frustration!

There’s also this awesome blog with lots of FAQs that may answer any questions you have about gameplay.

And two things to remember!

1) You can check out the other Kingdom Hearts games here at the library for those interested in playing.

And 2) Unchained X is free! All you need is an Android or iOS device and you’re good to go! Download it and join me today!
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Ashe