As the title said, my current favorite mobile game is Crusaders Quest.
Why I like it? Well, it got my attention from it’s cute-sy and epic 16bit graphic. After it got my attention I got hooked from its gameplay. I liked the animation of the skills, be it blocks or special skills. For example, Leon’s signature Special Skill, Call of Holy Sword, which passive summons the ultimate Holy Sword, a big, badass, stronger holy sword.
Btw, here’s a screenshot form the front face of the game on my phone.
as you can see, my in-game name is zhongtai, you can add me as your friend, especially if you play it on android too. I recommend anyone to try this game, the system is quite simple but a little challenging and it has a easy learning curve. Also, the community is quite alive on facebook and reddit. in facebook you can search for the Crusaders Quest Official Group and in reddit you can go to /r/crusadersquest.
From the reddit page you can search for useful links to learn about things you need to know about Crusaders Quest.
Today, after class, I go with my friends to one of our lecturer’s house. We go there to consult about some course in my class. But, I only accompany them. While discussing some topics, we got out of track a little bit and he shared to us about some of his ex-students’s experiences. In short, he told us to focus on our passion. Even if our major right now isn’t our passion we must think that our major right now is to support our passion. Luckily, our major is accounting, so it absolutely can help us to earn money or work based on our passion or hobby.
The thing that troubles me is that he got me thinking really deep about my passion. Come to think of it, currently I don’t have any passion. Recently I just killed my last passion, gaming. Why? Because my parents told me to grow up and prepare to work. The thing is, my parent told me that if I’m still gaming like I used to, I won’t work properly. So, i killed my passion and now I’m passionless. Well, Shit isn’t it? Now I’m confused as hell and starting to rethinking about my life.