Personal Game HIstory of Kyle Zook
Created by Kzook on Aug 8, 2010
Last updated: 08/08/10 at 04:39 PM
Tags: Personal Game History Full Sail Kyle Zook
This game was important to me because it was a game that my bothers, cousins, and I would play when we went to visit my grandma. Smash bros was one of the few games all of us liked to play. This game taught me power, to rain supreme over my competition. I had to destroy them before they killed me.
This game was important to me because and still is because it is the only game my uncle plays anymore. My uncle would come over when we were at my grandmas, just to play a game of axis and allies with me. This game taught me both territory and power. The game is about having more military then your neighboring country, so that you can take their country. You also need to keep your own territory so not to lose production power.
This game was important to me because it was the first time I found out I was good at strategy games. My uncle and I loved to play this game; we would take turns playing because I didn’t have a computer at the time. This game taught me territory, hunting, and power. You never knew where your enemy was so you had to go find them. You were always in danger of being attacked so you needed to protect your base. The whole point of the game was to beat the other tribe.
This game was important to me because my uncle, my brothers, and me would play this together whenever we could. It was like halo is now for us. This game taught me both aiming and power. In the game you need to be able to aim well enough to kill your opponent. You also needed a more powerful gun then the other person; a grenade launcher would be a lot better then a pistol.
This game was important to me because it was really the only video game that we played as a family. My parents loved playing this game with my brothers and me. This is a “Get to the other side” type of game. Your goal was to get from start to finish before your competition.