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Do Girls Like Playing The TERA Online Game

A girls review of the TERA online game.

I am a girl gamer and wondered if TERA online would appeal to girls. Here is my review of the game.

My first thought was that TERA is a typical game that has been designed with guys in mind. One quick look at the female game characters is enough to send a feminist running, but I wanted to give the game a chance.

Although MMORPG’s are typically full of male players there are now more girls playing online games. Girls who perhaps got introduced to online games on Facebook now want to play a more action orientated game. Many have watched their boyfriends or brothers shooting everything in sight, but for me until TERA came along I have not been tempted.

Girls Love To Dress-Up The Characters

One of the things I love about this game is that Tera provides a lot of character customization with cool clothing to dress them in.

Character modeling in TERA is a lot of fun and some of the finished looks are pretty stunning. Girls enjoy playing dress-up and with the amazing end results it can be very satisfying, especially when you then go on to beat the guys in the game.

If you choose to play the game with a female character you had better not be a prudish type for they not only have amazing bodies but It is nearly impossible to find a female armor where you can not get glimpses of panties when they are running.

The High Elf is one of my favorite females in Tera Online and she can be one crazy sexy acting, and looking character.

The boys often choose to roll as a female character and I am sure it is because they all enjoy watching a screen full of stunning nearly nude female pixels. However, I have noticed in Tera that if I create a crazy sexy female like a high elf, it sometimes puts off the player trying to kill me long enough to let me kill them or escape.

I think that TERA online has a nice appeal to girl gamers including the cute Elin and Popoori (a rat like character), stunningly beautiful scenes and maybe the muscular male characters.
Tera online is a fast action game with amazing graphics. The purpose of the game is to kill or be killed, all while grinding through the levels.
There are currently 60 levels.

The characters are sexy and there is lots of killing and blood flying around so maybe this game is not for everyone.

If you enjoy the thrill of playing with players from all over the world, all interacting in a common goal of playing TERA online then you may want to try this game.

Girls Should Be Aware When Playing Online Games

Remember there are more guys than girls currently playing so be careful in the chat rooms. Some guys are great but just because their character looks all manly and stud like does not mean he is too.

I think girls are really good at grinding methodically up the levels and TERA online currently has 60 amazing levels to keep you entertained for months.

I love playing TERA online and now think I am hooked on playing MMO’s (massive multiplayer online) games. Since I was new to MMO games the longer I played the more I wanted to actually move up the levels and improve my character skills.

I did not want to use any of the expensive farming bots or Tera gold bots (illegal cheats) because I do not want to get banned from the game and lose my current status and level.

I found a great TERA online strategy guide that has all the answers I needed. It has everything you need to get from level 1 to 60 – I love it. I also spent a lot of time reading tips online and found one site to be very helpful.

With the increase of girls morphing from the easy but sometimes boring Facebook games looking for more action games like TERA, they are going to see more of us.

Bin Weevils Review – Virtual Worlds for Kids

Bin Weevils is a virtual world for kids that was launched in 2010 by Bin Weevils Inc., based out of the United Kingdom. Bin Weevils began as a short series of cartoons that played on Nickelodeon and Nicktoons. Shortly thereafter, a series of puzzle books were published. The children’s social networking site soon followed. The site is aimed at children from age 7 to 13. This game exists in a virtual world where the members’ insect characters explore, meet new friends and play games.

The name bin weevil is a play on the name of the actual insect known as a boll weevil. This insect is responsible for devastating the southern United States’ cotton industry in the early 20th century.


New members of Bin Weevils create and customize a cartoon insect similar to a boll weevil to use as their virtual personality. Once the avatar is created, it enters the virtual world known as the ‘bin’ and begins to have adventures by playing online games, solving puzzles and meeting other weevils. Once a weevil successfully completes a game, they are able to advance to the next level. Levels are increasingly difficult, but the more levels a weevil successfully completes, the greater amount of ‘mulch’ (the website’s online currency) they can accumulate to upgrade their membership. Members must keep their weevil in excellent condition or it will be slow to move. Keeping it fit, fed and happy by exercising it, feeding it and buying it accessories allows the weevil to move faster.

What’s Good

Bin Weevils is a games, puzzles and social interaction website that has a wide appeal. Children from 6 to 13 will find Bin Weevils entertaining and fun to play. The main reason behind this wide appeal is the design of the website. Although the website initially appears to be a site only for children under 10, it quickly can grow on anybody – including parents. The weevils are all goofy, humorous, cartoonish, cute and easy to like. The personalities of the weevils really shine through. It is this easy-going atmosphere that will make children of all ages comfortable with the game. There are no adult themes in the games or on the website.

What’s Bad

The only problem that could be construed from Bin Weevils is the reliance on buying things to make people happy. As well, there will always be members in children’s virtual worlds who don’t want to play by the rules. Parents should be vigilant about their child’s online virtual friends.

Online Safety

Since online chat is limited to pre-selected phrases and filtered language, the worst part of online safety that worries most parents has been scaled back significantly. Bin Weevil’s safety message is displayed prominently, concisely worded and strongly enforced. All communications are filtered and moderators are watching the site twenty-four hours a day. Most importantly, a member’s behavior is profiled and those that get out of line are disciplined.


Chocolatier 3 Game Review

Chocolatier has quickly become one of the most popular small file pc games since Diner Dash. In the original Chocolatier game and it’s successor, Chocolatier 2: The Secret Ingredients, you the player needed to travel around the world buying ingredients, setting up factories and selling chocolate. In Chocolatier 2 they introduced a lab where you had to discover new recipes. Now, in Chocolatier: Decadence by Design, the game makers have taken this one step further by allowing you to create, name and customize your own chocolates! But that’s just the beginning of the new features in Chocolatier 3 Decadance by Design.

Chocolatier 3 takes place in the 1940’s, right after WWII. This time you’re assisting Alex and striving to become the CEO of Bauemister Confections, while she is looking for her husband who’s plane went down during the war. You start off in Zurich making basic chocolate bars in your factory. As the game goes along you’ll also find recipes for infusions, exotic stars and the brand new coffees and coffee blends. You’ll be able to travel to San Francisco, Toronto, Havana, Tangiers, Wellington, Tokyo among other big cities, and there are a couple of secret ports like Uluru that you’ll eventually discover.

The factories work different in Chocolatier Decadence by Design than the previous games. This time you won’t have to buy the factories, and each factory is configured to only make one type of chocolate. This can make it more difficult to create one type of chocolate quickly, but it keeps things more organized and lets you keep your money. You can also upgrade your factories so that you can change it’s recipe without flying there. Unfortunately, you can’t customize the look and logo of the factory this time. Another difference is the challenges. Often times at ports someone will ask you to make a certain chocolate in exchange for either money or a new recipe. The same thing happened in the first two games, only difference is now you can accept challenges that are wired to you. The game also allows you to accept more than one challenge at a time. It’s not unlikely to have five or six going at the same time in Chocolatier 3.

The biggest, and most fun change in Chocolatier 3: Decadence by Design is the secret testing lab in Iceland. As you collect ingredients you will be able to mix them together any way you like and create your own truffles, coffees, bars, infusions, exotics and coffee blends. But keep in mind that some blends will do better on the market than others, and it’s good to listen to the feedback the adviser gives you. You can also choose the color, topping, and design on the chocolates, name it and add a description. There are tons of different cacao beans and ingredients to use. And in Chocolatier 3 you’ll find new ingredients like balinese and maroccan cacoa, coffee liquer, butter, whipped cream, wasabi, pistachios, and a wide variety of fruits, flavors and nuts.

Chocolatier games are fun because they combine adventure, tycoon and a bit of time management together neatly, and it also requires you to think and be innovative. If you liked the previous two games, there is no doubt that you will enjoy Chocolatier 3: Decadence by Design; it really takes the previous games to a more advanced level and the new additions to the game make it even more fun. I can only wonder what the folks behind Chocolatier 3 will have planned for us next, an intergalactic version of Chocolatier, maybe? In the meantime I’m happily enjoying the latest installment of Chocolatier.

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