18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
There are no walkthroughs, or any indication of what do to or how to do it.
This is not a complaint! I like being allowed to use my brain. If only more games came without an inscruction manual.
I love the fact that you have to work out how to do anything in this game, from building houses and smelting glass to planting trees and cooking chicken.
Not played it on PC yet so don't have the disappointment of the limitations on the Pocket Edition, but then it does say Pocket Edition which does imply a watered down version.
Essentially Lego but in a virtual world where peridoically, at night time) zombies, spiders, skeletons and creepers pop up to try and kill you. Armour and… Read more
Why did we wait so long to get a bread-maker?
This is fantastic. We've not had a duff loaf yet and have been experimenting with the cakes and different types of loaves. The brioche was amazing. Our two young lads can't get enough. It's easy to clean and use and isn't at all noisy when mixing. The timer function is great. I'd like a slighter louder beep at the end of the cycle so I can hear it in the lounge, but we're generally watching the clock and go in the kitchen often enough we've not had a problem forgetting yet.
It fits nicely on the side and looks very smart. As with many bread-makers, it does sit tall, but that's not a problem in our kitchen.
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We sat and watched his last night, knowing very little about the film to start off with.
It was lovely, well animated and voiced, and very thought provoking.
The world has ended and the future rests with nine hand stitched characters.
Not one for the children (think Animatrix in tone)
This is certainly not like other animated films and is worth a viewing for yourself to make up your own mind about it.