You've just found our new community for casual games! We all love games like Dream Chronicles, Chocolatier, the Diner Dash series, Cake Mania, Fairy Godmother Tycoon, Tradewinds, and so many more! We are striving for a drama free experience here to chat about all the newest game releases and revisit old favorites from the best game companies! Can you tell we are huge TM & Strategy fans?
Anyway, glad you meandered down our path! Gable and I were just passing the time of day until we saw you mosey over the top of the hill out yonder there. Pull up a stump, sit a spell and I'll tell you the story of Hobbit Hollow Games...
Gable here is an avid casual gamer, who on most days does her best impression of The Old Woman In The Shoe. She has so many kids, cats, dogs, other people's children, plants, games, and jobs, she doesn't know what to do. The chaos of time management and other styles of PC games actually relaxes her, see, much like a nice hot Calgon bath does for regular folk, like you and me. We'll just let her keep thinking that's normal...please don't burst her bubble.
I, on the other hand, have a taste for food related games only, being as I play a Restaurant Manager on TV, er, um, make that, in real life...it would make sense that I occasionally kill an hour of my day off with games that look strangely like my real work life...right? I also harbor a secret fantasy of meeting Gordon Ramsay and yelling 'In the bin, you donkey!' after he makes yet another dish of braised romaine in cream sauce. Shh, don't tell anyone.
So with Gable dashing around multi-tasking all day, and my running a joint that even Flo, from Mel's Diner, could appreciate, it's little wonder that our Internet search both led us to play Diner Dash, by GameLab and PlayFirst. Through various other casual game sites we went until we finally landed on our rumps where we should have started in the first place. We found PlayFirst.com, laughed hysterically at some of the user's antics and comments, and started contributing to the community there ourselves. We still play at other sites too and always have a great time meeting new people.
We'd like our own game blog to focus on a similar feel. A place to come hang out, try some of the games, interact with the online gaming community, and have some good clean fun, with zero drama, because we hear it's fattening. We are hoping to provide a place where our visitors can play or purchase casual games, post reviews, opinions, and comments in each game posting, chat with friends, help each other out with tips and tricks, make recommendations to others, find out game news as it becomes available, and mostly, have a few laughs.
Well, that's all there really is to tell. *muffles Gable's mouth with duct tape*...I'm going to start us another pot of coffee while you amble on over to the site navigation on the upper right...we'll catch up with you in awhile...