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Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Puck, Dec 17, 2007.

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    When I was a kid, if we wanted to play legos, we had to assemble those square things to make what we wanted.

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    I loved Lego, if I ever have kids I am making them play with it so I can play as well.
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    was that before or after the wheel?
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    "Back in the day", Legos didn't come with wheels. So before.
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    Embarassed to admit it, but again playing viva pinata 2. If you like sim city, this game is the same type of game, and I like it a lot. It's a good little challenge and lots of stuff to do and try. You can lose a good half a day trying to get one animal into your garden, and not even realize you did it. I don't even feel bored in this game. Considering there are like 200 animals or more, it is a real nice game to have between the big titles if you ask me. Lots of play time and it is a thinking game too. But not stressful thinking. Very good game to try if you have nothing to do and like sim city type stuff.
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    well, my 8 year old daughter absolutely loves this game
    and she had no interest in it at all when I told her I might get it
    now she gets pessed if I don't play with her

    and yeah, I like it ... quite a bit
    I like it better than the Star Wars or IJ series
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