When it is hot, most of us want to stay inside in the nice, cool air conditioning. We might decide to play a game…maybe a game on the computer or a video game. But have you gotten bored with the online game you have been playing the last few months? Or have you been struggling to find how to make it to the next level of your video game? The gaming websites on MyMCPL.org are just the place to go to find the perfect game or that code you need to advance to the next level of your game.
If you don’t tell your kids they are learning something, they will just think they are having fun. MCPL has expanded their collection of online learning games for kids of all ages. We now have a large variety of websites that feature FREE GAMES! Tips and strategies for your favorite games have also been added.
The game SCRABBLE has been around since 1948, and it’s come a long way from being a simple board game. Not only can free online versions be found on the web, but iPads and iPhones make it possible to play a game anytime, anywhere.
If Jessica is a "Brit Lit" junkie, I will confess to being a Words With Friends junkie. I loved playing Scrabble years ago, so when a friend on Facebook invited me to play Words With Friends, I jumped right in—having no idea that I was about to get obsessed with a new toy.
I don't know if I'm in the minority any more, but I have to confess that I am 40 years old, and I'm a gamer. And I'm a lousy one at that. I've logged hundreds of hours on my Xbox 360, and I still get my rear end kicked when I try to play any level above beginning. When I play multiplayer, I'm getting killed within the first 10 seconds of playing by players halfway around the world who weren't even alive when Friends was on the air.
As a Star Trek fanatic, I knew about the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMO-RPG) Star Trek Online well before it came out in 2009. I was excited because it allows players to command their own ship and progress in rank, all while playing in a universe true to the franchise. However, it had one hitch upon release.