Who wears a face covering? Are you wearing the mask out of choice or has your government made this mandatory for the time being? England has made them compulsory for public transport and from Friday 24/07/2020, they will be required in supermarkets too.
I'm exempt on medical grounds.
I have spent all of my teenage years drinking coffee. This isn't going to stop anytime soon. I drink at least two a day, one in the morning and the other halfway through the day to keep me going. My favourite is a Cappuccino with extra milk, one brown sugar, and vanilla flavouring (if...
Most of us at JoyFreak play and participate in gaming one way or another, whether that's PC, mobile, or console gaming. Do you prefer playing during Night Time or throughout the Day Time, and why? Did any commitments such as work and chores influence your decision in anyway?
Should you leave your Computer running most of the time? Do you think it's better to shutdown a PC after use? Are there any scenarios that it would be okay to leave a computer running? Generally, I try to always shut down my Laptop when my gaming session has ended for two main reasons. My...
Choosing between Steam and the Epic Games Store which do you prefer? Which game shop do you use the most? What are your reasons as to why? Epic Store is my preference and favourite. It's much easier to navigate my way around and the user interface is excellent. It looks cleaner and I can find...
Sometimes I get RSI as a result of playing computer games, known as repetitive strain injury. I wondered if anybody here had health problems like this and if so, what are you doing for them? I usually take a break for a little bit.
If you are a learner or a employee, be truthful. Have you ever happened to bypass the Internet censorship to connect to unblocked games during work or school? Please inform us here at JoyFreak. Did you ever get caught? What was the consequence?
Who games on a Raspberry Pi? What computer games do you play on this retro platform? I have formally owned a one although I broke the microSD card inside the slot by accident a few years back and never got around to replacing it.
What would you do if you become caught up in a game entirely? Do you start taking a couple months (or weeks) for a break? Hang until you've overcome the barrier? Searching for worded techniques? Watch the videos? Ask your friends how they've been beating it? Reduce the mode of difficulty?
Do you place your console tower vertically or horizontally? Because? Diagonal for me.
By putting the game system down on Level surface can decrease the risk of accidental breakage, like knocking it over.
Are there any kinds of dull / repetitive / tasks in video games that you particularly enjoy, despite the fact that most gamers probably consider them "boring?" If so, why? I'm interested to know what you think.