If Life Were A Video Game: Names Of Places
Last week I talked about Play N Trade, a gaming shop in Plano that offered some solid deals on retro games and hardware. This week I visited another local gem, a long-standing independent shop known as Game Exchange. Though its name bares resemblance to other larger chains and similar shops, it's quite a bit different...and that's a good thing. Okay, the next step is to move the goal posts for your next month, which is what I did. I made a new goal of $500 for my next month, which I hit. My next goal was $750, which I also hit. My next goal was $1,000 which I also hit. I kept moving the goal posts each month. I was slowly making progress. Today, those goal posts have been moved to well over five figures monthly, which I easily hit each month. I have since stopped moving the goal posts as I am now content with my income and don't feel the need to knock myself out for more. I prefer to spend most of my day now in the recording studio or playing Video games. RA: The goal for Dune Trader Games in 2013 is to migrate from an Ebay store to its own online store and to provide more products, articles, and news about RPGs and other Tabletop games. Since DTG primarily sells used RPGs I'd like to be a source of not just games, but of information about these older games. To that end I've hired writer and fellow gamer CW Alexander to write a series of short articles on collecting RPGs. No man cave is complete without easy access to tasty beverages. You can either get a mini-fridge or a full sized one, depending on how much you need to store at any given time. Most mini-fridges provide plenty of space for drinks so I don't think that you'll need to go to a full one to suit your needs. If you really want to go all out, I would suggest getting a deep freezer and a George Foreman grill. Why? So that you can cook burgers indoors. Nothing goes with sports better than burgers. You can store sliced cheese in the fridge and make cheeseburgers. It would be awesome, let me tell you. A lot of new gamers have begun to get into the new RTS game StarCraft 2 for the PC. For many gamers, who are accustomed to console games such as Halo, Call of Duty, Gears of War, etc can have a tough time adjusting to PC games, especially ones that rely on clever strategy and the use of a mouse and keyboard instead of a controller. I've personally had several friends who almost quit StarCraft 2 because they were having a hard time winning matches against other players. If you're having similar problems, some of the following strategies might help. A great mid-level project, which takes a bit of woodworking, is a tabletop sized catapult. A project like this takes an assortment of wood pieces, some sturdy rubber bands, and the axle from an old toy car. It also takes some wood glue or screws and nails. This type of project is very rewarding and I recommend it for children over the age of ten. It is also a project that will take most of a Saturday to make. But by the end of the day you should be firing it off. This, as we can see, dice have been with us for centuries and though the games have evolved and the material in which the dice are made have changed, some of the rules do not change and that is "winner takes all".