An Evil Influence

That would be #4 Daughter, the amazing Sara Marian. She called and said she had this addictive phone game she was playing.

ME: Yeah, yeah. I don’t need another addictive game.

SARA: You have this koi pond, and they swim around and you guide them to eat insects. But don’t let them swim into the pink leaves, because that slows them down.

ME: *thinks: sounds boring*

SARA: It sounds boring, but it’s relaxing AND fun! After they eat enough of a combination of insects, they level up, and you can expand the pond and they get different insects to eat.

ME: huh

SARA: And other koi appear and the two koi get a circle around them, and if they stay in the circle long enough, they have an egg and it hatches into another koi! All different patterns of them!

ME: I like koi.

SARA: After they level up far enough, they turn into dragons!

ME: I’m in.

So now I’m SO addicted! I don’t think it’ll replace Minecraft any time soon, but, yes, it’s addictive. #4 Daughter is right: it’s calming and exciting at the same time.

Oh, the name? Zen Koi. Get it from your friendly neighborhood smartphone app store. That is all.

I’m posting at Fatal Foodies today about shoots. Sounds about right.

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write about ornamental fish.

MA

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  1. Jane
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    August 23, 2016 at 8:20am

    Yes, I clicked on the Go Panda link! (see Fatal Foodies)
    Catchy.
    And puhleese don’t make me get the koi pond thingy!!

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      Marian Allen
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      August 23, 2016 at 8:37am

      Panda! Go Panda! is seriously weird. OMG I love it! No, do NOT get the koi pond thingy! We would be spending our lunches playing it and be like, “I leveled up!” “Look at my new baby one!” “He’s supposed to eat THAT? But it’s so PRETTY!” Nonononono!
      Marian Allen would love to share..An Evil InfluenceMy Profile

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