All Fool’s Day 2017: Jester’s Festival Mischief & Merriment!

It’s April Fool’s Day / All Fools’ Day! What better way to celebrate it than with some silly screen-shots from my online game? The merry-making of the Jester’s Festival is in full swing, counting down to the 3rd anniversary of the introduction of The Elder Scrolls Online. I will be broadcasting some of the Festival pranks in an hour or so – I hope that you tune in for the fun, and enjoy the show!

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, MCC, SCAC
    Apr 02, 2017 @ 00:53:36

    WOW. After a quick gander at PacMan many years ago (LOL), and a more than a few games of hyperfocus solitaire, I left the world of computer games behind.

    I had no idea how far gaming has come since the last time I took a look! NO WONDER they have become so popular (and addictive). šŸ™‚

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    • sepultura13
      Apr 02, 2017 @ 21:48:17

      “WOW. After a quick gander at PacMan many years ago (LOL), and a more than a few games of hyperfocus solitaire, I left the world of computer games behind.”

      Interesting – so, how did you happen across my blog? I talk about music, gaming, and enjoying life in general. I don’t really discuss mental illnesses or ADD / ADHD / OCD or anything else in the DSM, so what brought you here? Just curious.
      šŸ˜Ž

      “I had no idea how far gaming has come since the last time I took a look! NO WONDER they have become so popular (and addictive).”

      Speaking only for myself I can’t, and won’t, qualify or quantify video / computer games as being particularly addictive – unless, of course, you’re talking about the adult-oriented ones which aren’t really MMOs or RPGs in the traditional sense. From what I see, more people are addicted to “social” media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter than any game!
      šŸ˜Ž

      • Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, MCC, SCAC
        Apr 02, 2017 @ 22:21:44

        I have NO idea how I got to you, sorry. Maybe you liked one of my Friday Funnies? Or maybe you comment a lot on the blogs of some of the writers I follow? Or a couple of the blogging-tips folks or movie buffs? I get around. šŸ™‚

        In any case, I’m sure ideas about games are like most things in life – lots of misinformation from folks who don’t really know much about them. I didn’t mean to disparage the activity.

        My “addictive” impression comes from the comments of a great many ADDers who hyperfocus on them for hours on end, often to the detriment of the rest of their lives (sometimes days, even).

        I follow a science podcaster and emergency room doctor who wouldn’t have a lot of time for games at all who LOVES them – and has even interviewed a couple of game designers and one who writes music for games on her other podcast, Books and Ideas.

        Easier for me to understand the appeal after seeing your screen snaps.
        xx,
        mgh

      • sepultura13
        Apr 05, 2017 @ 10:54:15

        Interesting. Thanks for answering / commenting.

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