I’m sure many of you are familiar with the popular card game Monopoly Deal, yesterday I received a new Kuwaiti-version of the game named “Fursan il Manakh” that was created by a creative group of Kuwaitis. I liked the idea a lot especially how they chose name from the comedy Kuwaiti play Fursan il Manakh and how they gave funny names for the cards like Iglib Waihik, Bawag Arathi, 3eediya, 3ala mazajik.. etc.
The players can be two and goes up to five, I think this is a great alternative to Kout Bo 6 (Someone’s very angry at me now). The material quality and design are good too, though I want to highlight that this Kuwaiti Deal is based on the Hong Kong version of the game which includes more cards such as an action to cancelling a players turn and Double Sly (stealing two cards from a player).
Fursan il Manakh is sold for 8 K.D, its nice for say Diwaneya or Chalet, to order it online click here
As for the play Fursan il Manakh, this is my favorite scene.
A friend of mine told me that PS Vita tester is now available at Electrozan and X-Cite stores, I can see the high resolution graphics which is a lot better than the older PSP model, also the handheld ergonomic design and simple menu, but don’t you think that the era of handheld specialized for gaming is over?
I think smartphones and tablet computers now have powerful processors and a lot of memory to run high resolution games so I think SONY is a little late here. Anyhow, the PS Vita is now available for pre-orders and two versions are available:
16 GB WiFi for KD120 and 16 GB WiFi + 3G for KD147, you can also find it at Rihab complex in Hawally but the Japanese versions costs 240 K.D which is ridiculous so better to wait two more weeks and get the American version.
The PS Vita comes with game Uncharted: Golden Abyss, I tried to pre-order it from Amazon for $300 +shipping charge, but you’ll need to use Aramex and I heard they increased their charges from other bloggers.
Today while organizing my antiques I found that I still got games on floppy disks stored from the early 90′s, I’m sure you are all familiar with them. I had over 1000′s of them, can you imagine that a single DVD has more storage capacity than all those floppy disks.