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Posts posted by StaceyPowers

  1. I was having a really bad day the other week, and found the only thing that made me feel safe and okay for a few hours was to log into my friend’s Minecraft world. When we were young, her house used to be the place I feel safe, but she lives across the country now.

    I was surprised by what a big help her Minecraft world was for getting me more centered again. Does anyone else here find that virtual environments have a therapeutic effect on you?

  2. On 9/9/2022 at 11:15 AM, Withywarlock said:


    Not that I can tell, it only smells like it in the packet. Thankfully it doesn't taste like raw sewage, again it only smells like it when added to water. It's just a very sour flavour.

    Do you think the sewage smell affects the taste in a negative way? Or do you just manage to ignore the smell once you are drinking it?

    On 9/9/2022 at 12:10 PM, Shagger said:


    I kind of touched on this in my review, but I wouldn't recommend Sneak as an aid to dieting nor exercise as I think the crash factor is a bit high. I will say I think one can drink Sneak as part of a healthy diet and exercise regime, but in the end it is just an energy drink. It's marketed to people sitting on thier ass playing video games for a reason.


    If you drink it slowly, does it help to avoid the crash?

    On 9/9/2022 at 10:48 PM, Withywarlock said:

    Not really, but some flavours do have a chalky after-feeling, which then requires you drink more to wash it away.  

    Which flavors gave you that chalky after-feeling? Which ones had a smoother after-feeling?

    On 9/12/2022 at 9:37 AM, killamch89 said:

    I like the branding and it seems quite affordable (the starter bundle that is) - I wouldn't mind trying it out. That Bunny Logo looks pretty awesome - my only real gripe is that when they named it sneak, I was thinking more along the lines of a cat for the logo.

    I don't know why, but this made me laugh. 

  3. 12 minutes ago, Gonassis said:

    This is exactly my same reasoning lol. 🤣

    though I use the orange night filter settings when browsing walls of text on the internet at night,
    but if I'm gaming? well... I'd rather not. but if I had to, I'd rather buy those yellow Esport glasses. 😎

    Same here. I have a permanent blue filter on my laptop for my migraines. But they usually back off at night when I game. If they don't, I just play something that doesn't involve being outdoors in-game in daylight.

  4. I’m always looking for new sugar-free drinks to try while gaming, so I’m very interested! At a glance at the product pages, it looks like their ingredients are exactly what they say they are: amino acids, vitamins, etc. That makes me think that not only would these work great as energy drinks, but also would be pleasant to drink when I am feeling under the weather. 

    @Withywarlock Very insightful review (I'd expect nothing less). Now I am so curious if the "Stealth" flavor actually has any licorice notes in it (I actually love licorice, so that'd be amazing). 

  5. I just finished Stray, which has a number of “puzzles” that reminded me of figuring things out in old point and click adventures a bit. In fact, they didn’t really feel like “puzzles” to me—just exploring the environment and seizing opportunities. It made me curious. What actually makes something a “puzzle” in a game? Is it subjective at all?

  6. In another thread, I posted about obvious plot elements that you might have missed. Conversely, what are some games where something put in as a plot twist—or which other gamers called a plot twist—seemed obvious to you early on?

    For example, I’ve heard a lot of people call the big reveal in BioShock Infinite a plot twist. But to me it just seemed like normal plot. I guessed it quite early.

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