Sailor Moon Drops

Due to my concentration issues and memory, I’m not the gamer I once was. I do however love anything Sailor Moon related and have been finding myself using up my commute by playing the special events on Sailor Moon Drops. I used to play the Japanese one but now the English version is catching up and offering the same events (where you play to unlock new skins, the current one being Super Sailor Moon), I switched over.

Except it’s hard. Really hard. Like that boss on Ninja Gaiden II that I couldn’t get past for like EVER.

On the outside, it’s a randomly generated clone of Bejewelled but with a few twists and Sailor Moon‘s five arcs. You also get access to the special attacks and cute wallpapers of the various senshi in their battle and civilian forms. The bonus events are even harder but fun as I can use the Japanese website to get an idea of what’s coming up; plus the game itself keeps the Japanese audio which is a nice touch. Seriously if I had to listen to a dubbed version, I’d go nuts.

The bonus events are even harder but fun as I can use the Japanese website to get an idea of what’s coming up; plus the game itself keeps the Japanese audio which is a nice touch. Seriously if I had to listen to a dubbed version, I’d go nuts.

Plus,  as I’m supposed to be finishing a story for my crit group next week, the game is serving as a distraction. People now count emergency batteries as a must for Pokémon Go but mine is for Sailor Moon Drops.

You get 5 goes before having to wait a couple of hours (or buy more) which is usually enough to get me through my commute or just reach my ‘fuck this game’ state. But it’s fun and it gives me something to do. Right now I need the distraction.

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