Hey everyone, it's me, Ean. Since we have been doing "www:] thewebcomicproject", I wanted to do a video game review on a game that lets you create stuff. I decided to review Super Mario Maker on the Wii U. In this game, you can make your own Super Mario levels. The concept of making your own Mario levels is great, and it's fun to create levels at first. It gets a little boring a little later, but it still is fun to play.
The game has a unique and clever way to unlock new items. In order to unlock all the items, you must play the level editor for about 5-15 minutes a day, for 9 days. This is great because it's easy to get items, and you have time to use your new items before getting the next ones tomorrow.
This game uses Nintendo's Amiibo figures, that will unlock a costume for Mario of that amiibo. These amiibo are not needed to get the costumes because they can be unlocked through the 100 Mario Challenge. The 100 Mario Challenge is when you have 100 lives to beat 8 or 16, depends on the difficulty, user created levels.
You can also play user created levels that were made from other people who play this game. There are many fun levels that are made by other levels, like story based levels, automatic, or don't move levels, and some hard to nearly impossible levels, just in case you want a challenge. I have made some levels myself. This is the code for one of my favorites called, Escape Prison With Yoshi. You can put this in the search bar and my level should appear. If you do play it and like it, maybe give me a star. ;)
Overall, I give this game a 4/5. It is a fun game, but the level creator gets a little boring after a while.
I hope you are all having fun making your webcomics, and I can't wait to read all your webcomics, and also show you my webcomic! On Halloween, I will review one of my favorite Halloween movies, well maybe half Halloween movies. I will give you a little hint about what movie it is. Here's the hint. "Boys and girls of every age, wouldn't you like to see something strange?" I will see you guys on Halloween with the review of the movie I gave you a hint of.
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Hi! My name is Ean. I am the new blogger here.
Recently, a book was turned into a movie. No, I am not talking about Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. I am talking about James Patterson's Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life.
It is about a boy named Rafe Katchadorian who is entering Middle School. You may be thinking that this is pretty much Diary of a Wimpy Kid but, with an different character. This is more than just that! In the book, Rafe and his friend Leo the Silent, who you will see imitating the principal in the trailer, starts Operation R.A.F.E., which stands for Rules Aren't For Everyone. This is a plan to break every single rule in the Hills Village Middle School Code of Conduct.
Like all books made into movies, there are differences from the movie. For example, in the book, Rafe does Operation R.A.F.E. by himself and with Leo, while in the trailer, he works with the other students. I am very excited for this movie and, I also recommended you read the book. Here is the trailer for this movie.
Have you ever wanted to draw your own comic but lack the guidance or know-how? If so, then you are in luck. In celebration of Teen Read Week, DPLS will be hosting a webcomic workshop entitled "www:] thewebcomicproject." You will learn from professionals, authors and illustrators to create your own webcomic. The final product will be posted onto DPLS Teen Scene. Remember, this is for grades 6-12.
Find your library for the dates, times, and further information.
Sherwood Branch Library (will be held during Teen Monday)
Defiance Public Library (will be held during Teen Night Thursday)
Johnson Memorial Library
Hope to see you there!
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Defiance Public Library
320 Fort Street
Defiance, OH 43512
Johnson Memorial Library
116 W. High Street
Hicksville, OH 43526
Sherwood Branch Library
117 N. Harrison
Sherwood, OH 43556