Gotta love that Amano art.
If you’re going to enjoy yourself, why not get some studying in there too?
Leaving any place feels like a metaphor for death.
Posted in Education Nonsense, Life in Japan, Teaching in Japan, Thoughts on Life |
Tagged Enjoy English, Games as Study, Legacy, Library, Purpose, Shichikashuku, Shichikashuku 2, Teaching, Teaching English |
Only three weeks until I get my hands on this
fighting game. world exploration simulator
It’s a topic that deserves some thought, even if you’ve already come to a conclusion.
You can say that again!
Always learning how to make games good for learning.
Posted in Game Development |
Tagged Edutainment, English Warrior, Game Development, Games as Study, Japanese language, Learning Strategies, New Horizons, RPG, Shichikashuku, Teaching English, 日本語 |
Nobody can even go here yet. That’s a problem.
I’m not getting married yet. Just letting some kids play a game. Doesn’t mean I’m not nervous.
You can tell these are all on their first jobs, because pretty much everyone becomes
robots when they get new jobs.
I was pretty dismissive about mobile games in the past. But perhaps I should reconsider my stance.
Picnic mode is actually really hard in the winter. Funny that.
Your one stop shop for finding the difficulty of the language in any game (that I’ve played).
When I first came to Japan, everyone was all “ここのくうきがおいしいですね”. What? My town is famous for cookies!? Ah, くうき, not クッキー. くうき means “air”. Delicious air. Go to a mountain town and tell everyone “自然いっぱいで空気が美味しいですね” and they’ll love you.
I’m pretty good at controlling my habits. But one thing always slips through the cracks.
Posted in Learning Japanese, Thoughts on Life |
Tagged Games as Study, Hook Book Row, Learning Strategies, Legend of Zelda, Memories, Pokémon, Super Smash Bros., Waking Up, Weakness, 日本語 |
My first home-cooked meal! In Japan, of course. I was quite the cook back in the states, I’ll have you know.
To be a child again, in more ways than one.
The view leaving my apartment complex, one year ago. Not much has changed, honestly.
The hikikomori leaves his house to a bright new world.
Posted in Really Boring Daily Life |
Tagged ALT, Dragon Fantasy II, Foreigner, Games as Study, Japanese language, Kanji, Learning Strategies, Life, Memories, Rural Life, 和語, 日本語 |