Spellstone – a Leveling Card Game

A few years ago, I wrote how much I loved playing video games when I was younger. Today, however, I don’t have as much time as I used to have back then. Nevertheless, I can still find 15 minutes each day to play a mobile game — like the Nonstop Knight game I played previously.


The new gem I found is this fantastic and incredibly addictive card game called Spellstone. It reminds me of the good old days when we as kids played Yu-Gi-Oh and Magic the Gathering. However, this game has a whole lot of things to offer — campaign, guilds, bounties, and different kinds of quests. It’s also a leveling type of game where you need to level your cards and heroes in order to advance further.

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I think that the reason why I am so hooked on playing games is that I always need that leveling feeling in my life. Plus, this game is a card game, and I haven’t played card games for a very long time. And the biggest plus — I can play it for only 15 minutes a day and still have that leveling feeling (while also using strategy in order to win a game).

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Spellstone is an awesome game and I can definitely suggest checking it out. Great graphics, cards, quests, and loads of fun!

P.S. I wrote this post on my mobile by using the WordPress app. It’s incredible how much blogging has evolved in the last couple of years. Cheers 😎

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Mobile Blogging Just Got Better

It’s been a while since I started my mobile blogging quest. My impressions so far – it’s a bit more time consuming than writing a post on a computer, however, it’s more fun and it does add a special flavor to publishing. In other words, I can say that I now definitely prefer this way of writing posts 😀

To handle the images I want to use in my posts, I installed the apps Pixabay and Pixlr which help me when I need to download free photos and edit them and the ones I take with my camera. I also use the Trello app to keep my ideas for future blog posts at one place.

Edit: One of the readers, Paola Mesber, also suggested this tool for compressing images in order to reduce their size while maintaining the quality. Cheers 🙂

So, after choosing the WordPress mobile app as my tool of choice for publishing blog posts, I was quite surprised to learn that it even got better with the latest update! The new Aztec editor it uses is incredible! You can now use undo and redo buttons, add bulleting, pagination, read more links, and lots more. I am so happy to see that this app is getting the attention and developer love that it really deserves.

Cheers to lots more blog posts published via the Automattic’s WordPress mobile app 🍷

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Mobile Blogging

This is my very first post which I’m writing by using only my cellphone. I was always a bit reluctant to try publishing from a cellphone but I finally gave it a shot. I’m using the WordPress Android app created by Automattic. The app can be found on Play Store and you can also check out this link for more info on currently available WordPress mobile applications.

It’s probably gonna take some time before I get used to writing and publishing this way. However, I must admit I like it so far 😀 Let’s see if my opinion changes after writing a dozen more posts this way. Challenge accepted!