VR Box—Virtual Reality Glasses Review

VR Box


First off, I’ve always wanted to try out this ‘Virtual Reality’ thing. It was a dream come true when I had this right at my doorstep. Every anime fan must have heard of “Sword Art Online” at some point, right? It’s an anime where you wear a virtual reality apparatus so that you can experience otherworldly effects, graphics and sights. With this, I tried out first the one presented to me by Google, the rollercoaster 3D ride. It was nauseating, as I am not fond of twirly rides; got sick for a bit. Next, I downloaded other 3D apps on my cellphone like London VR where it places you on a trip to London. It was amazing, you can be at any place at any time with this product!

Now for the device, it consists of the usual 3D glasses(hopefully tempered), the plastic chassis(which holds the internal glasses and inclusive paraphernalia) and the head strap(adjustable). Weight? Well, it’s quite heavy actually, for an average person, you can use it for 15-30 minutes before your neck starts to hurt from the weight or something (if left strapped) but if you support it with your hands, you can go on for longer periods, unless you’re uncomfortable using your hands while immersed in virtual reality mode.

If I have spare time, I will release a youtube video on my channel using this 3D goggles. You can check out my unboxing and review video by clicking on the link below the image above. For now, that is all I can review on. Until next time! Ciao~


Slash Quest



Not much to say here. It’s a generic, stationary hack-n’-slash game. To make things a bit flowery for this game, it includes a combo system(not so generic after all…) where you time it right with the provided on-screen directional pad and you can make combos that deal more damage than your usual tap slashes. You can buy skills(or the combos) with certain coins you earn from completing a stage. Also, you can upgrade your hero with these coins as well. This game also features a combine system with your equipments, where your stash of armors and weapons can be fused to upgrade using gold coins(other currency earned in the game) and inherit some of the special qualities(if present) from the catalyst you are using. Other than these things, standard tap and directional play style.

Tap Knight and the Dark Castle

Tap Knight and the Dark Castle

ßeta Gameplay | 40k Attempt | Breaking the 50,000 Distance Barrier | Freeze Bug

May 8,2016;1:29AM—Breaking the barrier and ranked #1 on the Google Play ladder for this game during beta test.

May 8, 2016;12AM—Ranked 2nd on my recent attempt! Going to take that #1 spot in just a bit!
May 7,2016—Currently ranked #3 in Google Rankings on the Beta game, woohoo! ^_^


Had enough of Tap Titans and Attack on Moe? Here comes another one! TKDC is a new rendition of the famous tap games and what’s good about it is it gives you the nostalgia of pixelated games. As usual, you tap to progress through monsters and distance from the entrance where you came from. This game has a diverse upgrade system unlike the former two. You can upgrade your hero, companions and weapons on both! How cool is that? In addition, you earn ‘freemium’ currency like meat to permanently upgrade your stats and companions by a certain degree; be it stats, gold drop bonus, decreasing upgrade costs and many more to choose from. Continue reading “Tap Knight and the Dark Castle”

Royal Giant—The BUFF is real!


Gameplay | Gameplay #2

Ever since I acquired my first Royal Giant card, I tested its potential to the maximum. It’s quite rare to see Royal Giant users in any games I played against and so I have the urge to use it way before it was buffed in the recent May 3 update. Continue reading “Royal Giant—The BUFF is real!”

Attack on Moe



Gameplay + Review

Current progress(May 5,2016)

What do you get when you mix Attack on Titans with moe girls? You get Attack on Moe! This game is similar to Tap Titans(the first one I played) and instead of gruesome monsters, you get moe monsters AND moe girls as bosses! Wouldn’t you like that? Wan-wan Kobold is the one in the picture above and many more are to be unlocked in this game. Continue reading “Attack on Moe”

Zyon : The Rhythm Game




You heard of games like O2Jam and Osu! Now, a new rhythm game has arrived. Check out the gameplay in the link above. It’s like every rhythm game but with a twist. You have options to liven up the gameplay. Continue reading “Zyon : The Rhythm Game”

Colopl Rune Story



A new game was released and it’s an ARPG. Just like dungeon instances, this game primarily has that element and with its cool animation art style, you will surely be hooked into this game. Continue reading “Colopl Rune Story”