Monday, April 30, 2012

Fassy History Month Concludes

The month of April has been very crazy for me. Some very high points (Michael's birthday and him receiving his award from Fassinating Fassbender), finishing this term of Graduate school, and low points (car accident that destroyed my car). And a whole bunch of other crazy/funky/good/bad stuff. But alas, it is the end of April and I have one more FHM game for you all. I must admit, this one is hard. It is 'Unscramble Fassbender', and after creating it, I took a look at the finished product, and I said, 'Dang, glad I don't have to do this!' LOL!

Thanks to everyone's feedback about enjoying the games in honor of Fassy History Month. It was fun for me to create them, and I look forward to doing this again next year!

Here is the link to the latest game, Enjoy!

http://www.armoredpenguin.com/wordscramble/Data/2012.04/3006/30060126.135.html

14 comments:

émilie said...

Wow,quite difficult for a non- native English speaker! A real challenge, I'll try to do my best :)

Veronica said...
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Veronica said...

I missed half of Fassy History Month because I was in Ireland. But I am LOVING coming back and having all these puzzles to do. So much fun!

Simone said...

Welcome back Veronica. Please feel comfy in writing a blog entry about your trip. WE all want to know how much you enjoyed yourself!

Emilie, although it's hard for everyone, it should be fun. Also, the key is to start with the capital letters, those are the key letters to start off with in trying to unscramble.

Example:

syasF = Fassy

See. :-)

Judith said...

I've been trying during a two-hour boring class and I'm not quite there yet but I'm getting there. I will unscramble these words

Jud said...

Alright 26 out of 30. I guess it is a good score. It was really fun, thank you Simone for this Fassy History Month, and this epic conclusion!

Simone said...

Hey that's a pretty good score Jud! I'm glad you enjoyed Fassy History Month, thanks for playing the games!

Manuela said...

uff dio mio ) very difficult. thanks for great month. u know fassy it s never enough)

Jhessye said...

I've got two so far. This stuff is hard. Yeah for challenges! Thanks Simone!

Jhessye said...

Yeah i totally got 10! Hell yes! Stuff was hard! Thanks!

Sidra said...

It looks like another language! (laugh) Too hard for me to attempt!
Just wanted to say I enjoyed Fassy History month! :D
P.S. So sorry to hear about your car! But at least you're okay :)
But on a better note, CONGRATULATIONS on finishing out your term in grad school :D

Dionne said...

Dang hard this one was! Only got 7 right.
Welcome back Veronica, and glad to hear your back in action Simone.

Simone said...

Oh Sidra, try a few of them. Like I mentioned previously, the key is to put the capital letters first, and then figure out the rest. :-)

Yes ladies, the car thing sucked to the highest order, but State Farm came through for me. Gave me $5k for it, and my new USED car cost $4200. Lawd knows that the $800 extra came in handy in buying my Detroit/London non-stop ticket (I don't do layovers!), that ticket cost $1517.34. My crackhead estimations thought I could get a $900 ticket. Nah, not with springtime here, and that time frame being Bank holiday in the UK, and weeks before the Olympics.

So, the moral of the story is, out of the bad (car crash), comes good (extra money).

marcia said...

Glad to know you are ok Simone :)
Now, this Fassy game took me ages to solve and i was able to do only 18 of them, even with the tip you gave us but it was very cool! Thanks!