One of the coolest things in The Peanuts Movie Snoopy’s
Grand Adventure is when our character gets hit. The heart he
loses is floating right where we got hit. That means quick
players can grab their hearts and avoid taking any damage. A
nice little innovation that will probably go un-noticed by
most of the video game industry. Which is a shame because
this is the kind of game play innovation the sagging video
game industry needs to celebrate and embrace.
Family Friendly Gaming
recently rented Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival on the Wii
U. I plan to have a review for Animal Crossing Amiibo
Festival in issue #102 of the awesome Family Friendly Gaming
e-magazine. Be very careful renting Animal Crossing Amiibo
Festival. Why? Because Animal Crossing Amiibos are needed to
play Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival. Nintendo is not very
kind to families since they do not supply characters for
families that do not have enough Animal Crossing Amiibos.
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The announcers in Fifa 16 are a big improvement. They have
interesting and very related things to say in Fifa 16. You
saw our Youtube video capture right? It is also on the
website in the Videos section under one of the five systems
this soccer game is on. Check it out for a really good game.
In fact Fifa 16 called it a fairy tale game. It was that
good, and exciting. Especially at the end of the game. There
are plenty of great options in Fifa 16 to make it
approachable by all skill sets within the family.
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I am very thankful Family
Friendly Gaming was provided a retail version of The Gospel
Side of Bill Emerson & Sweet Dixie on CD. The songs on this
CD are He Knows My Name, Will A Light Be Shining Bright,
What A Day, Little Stone Lambs, Fifty Miles of Elbow Room,
Thank Him For The Miracle, Beautiful, Last Night I Was
There, Drifting Too Far From The Shore, The Rope, Keep On
The Sunny Side of Life, and The Lord Will Light The Way.
There are twelve songs in all...
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I am thankful Family
Friendly Gaming was provided a CD of Tammy Jones Robinette &
The Drive from Rural Rhythm. This CD contains twelve songs.
They are To Be A Kid Again, I Think I'll Let You Drive, I've
Got To Work On The Ark, The Letters, There's A Record Book,
Mama's In The Sweet By & By, Pages Of Time, The Man In Those
Shoes, My Rock, Love God, The Colors That Never Ran, and Oh
I Want To See Him. The country songs are deep with Tammy's
great vocals. There are some songs on the Tammy Jones
Robinette & The Drive CD that have a bluegrass twinge to