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Happyslapped by a Jellyfish
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Maybe I'm not understanding the humour, or I'm just missing the point completely, but I didn't find this book funny or entertaining at all. Also, the writing style is horrible - it could have been written by a child.
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If the humour appeals to you, every page will make you laugh out loud. Unfortunately, you'll probably be done with it within half an hour, so not really worth the money. It'd be great for sharing with friends though. Also, I don't advise wearing gloves while handling this book, or you literally will not be able to put it down.
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My first impressions were that the graphics were brilliant and the effects look really good. The music also enhances the game nicely. It was also very easy to pick up and play for a few minutes at a time. However, with only 9 levels, it's all over very quickly - I felt I had gotten everything I could from the game after a couple of hours, and the other difficulty settings were too hard for me. The extra challenges didn't add anything, as they basically just ask you to do levels again but without losing any lives, or getting a set score. If there were maybe twice as many levels, and an actual story, this game would be a must-have. As it is, it's probably worth it if you have the persistance to finish the harder difficulties.
Home & Garden
This was the first thing I bought from Play, and I was not disappointed. While I was expecting a canvas hammock rather than a net hammock, I set it up and it was surprisingly comfortable. It only takes a few minutes to set up once you find some suitable trees (or street signposts...), and it's really lightweight and easy to store. Fortunately, I got the blue one instead of the pink one in the picture. My only complaint is that it doesn't seem very strong. It IS strong enough, it just doesn't seem it.