Gamers blog party: autumn 2019 invitation — Later Levels

Autumn officially starts this month so that means colder days, longer nights and preparations for Halloween and Christmas! But before we get wrapped up in cosy blankets, it’s time for our latest blog party here at Later Levels. There’s no better way to celebrate the start of the weekend as well as meet some new […]

via Gamers blog party: autumn 2019 invitation — Later Levels

At this point, I’m something of a regular guest at these things – there must be enough of us now for an entire conference. Tonight’s article I’ll be presenting is one which is still vaguely relevant – Blogger Blitz: Shipping Wars Round One Match Schedule — Adventure Rules. My contest was Wacky Wedding, in which I represented Mortimer Goth and Bella Goth nee Bachelor from The Sims. Unfortunately, I was beaten with a tiny margin by pix1001, who represented Itsuki Aoi from Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. Now, she’s made it through to the final match and what that will involved was revealed earlier today. As it happens, I was beaten by a finalist in last year’s Blogger Blitz, Wacky Wedding:

https://alexsigsworth.wordpress.com/2019/08/19/blogger-blitz-shipping-wars-round-one-match-schedule-adventure-rules-2/

Currently, I’m playing WRC 8. It’s the only game I’ve started playing as soon as it’s come out but it really is that all-consuming and addictive. Most of my evenings are now spent in the weekly online challenge, trying to cut down my fastest time by a few more seconds to rise further up the leader-board. Unfortunately, in the time it takes me to do that, more players have also done the same so I actually end up going down it. It’s like swimming against a rising tide but that’s what makes it so fun. This week it’s Torsby, and that means snow. If anyone here finds themselves playing it, I dare you to be me.

Published by Alexander Sigsworth

Writing about Herobrine in The Characters That Define Us at Normal Happenings. Profile photo chosen for Gamers Blog Party: Summer 2019 at Later Levels. Known as the Purple Prose Mage at the Well-Red Mage.

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