|screenshot of 2048|
Basically, all you do is move tiles in order to merge them. For example, if two 2-tiles touch, they will merge into a 4-tile. This goes on until you have a 2048-tile (hence the name ;).
Until now, I haven't been able to achieve that, but I had a 1024-tile twice already.
This game has been a revelation for me. I have been so bored with the usual stuff I spend my time on the internet with, that I happily let myself be infected by this game.
If you want to give it a try, here's the link: http://gabrielecirulli.github.io/2048/
|sorry for the quality, but I couldn't resist long enough|
to get the camera
Also, last week I made a few variations to a recipe I found on pinterest. I named them chocolate-marmalade croissants. Here's the link to the recipe.
I simply added some apricot jam to the chocolate spread in order to make it taste a bit more fruity. And they did taste heavenly - a little chocolaty, but also fruity and a little ! I almost ate all of them at once.
Also, they are super-quick to make, so if you get visitors on short notice, try making these! I'm sure your visitors'll love them!
Xoxo, have a great week!