Gaming is a great way to pass some time and challenge your brain. I enjoy games that require you to figure out the systems and learn as you go. I have tried a lot of games over the years, and have learned the value of a good community and where to put investments to gain maximum benefit. Here are the three games that I would actually recommend to a friend. Beyond the obvious, like Fortnite and War Frame, I think these are great alternatives to the standard platforms that are available.
Minecraft is probably my all-time favorite and probably has the capacity to be the most challenging if you get into the redstone and coding. I have created a vast map (Marsh Map) with a questing line and developed my own themed texture pack (Marsh textures). I encourage you to try the map download, which has the texture pack embedded. If you are a Minecraft fan, you won’t be disappointed.
check out the minecraft page!
Forsaken World EN
I have played Forsaken World EN for about, I don’t know, since right after it started up, maybe 6 or 7 years. It is not a game to play if you don’t want to spend mernies, unless you’re okay with being mediocre. I haven’t been playing for a few months so I have obviously fallen behind and wouldn’t be anything near competitive at the top levels, but I do hope to get back to it someday since it is the one hobby I have invested the most money into.
Check out the FW page!
Entropia Universe is a game that I would love to dive into with a good investment to buy some planet and moon stocks. It is one of the few games with a real cash economy, meaning everything you work toward in the game actually has a real dollar value. People have started C-corps and other entities from within the game and they are making a real business income. At this point, my character is mostly developed for hunting and I would love to become a freelance mercenary, or even join a mercenary corporation. It will have to wait until I can devote a few hours per week to it, though.
Check out the Entropia page!