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Edinboro University & Northwestern Pennsylvania High School Journalism Competition: First Place (Daniel Anthony, Opinion Category); Fifth Place (Brendan Jubulis, Sports)

Edinboro University & Northwestern Pennsylvania High School Journalism Competition: Third Place (Website)
Student Keystone Press Awards Honorable Mention (Website)

Edinboro University & Northwestern Pennsylvania High School Journalism Competition: Third Place (Website)

Best Throwback Games From the 2011-12 School Year (Part 2)


Part 1 reminisced about four top tier games: Head Soccer, Whale Trail, Social Chess, and LightBike. These next four games are very even in comparison. All eight of these games were huge through the halls of Cathedral Prep. So, let’s dive back in.
First up to the plate is Dream League. Dream League is a game that is based off of professional soccer. The game has real players and real teams. You can play multiplayer versus another student at Prep, or play a season. The objective of the game is to get the best team by getting all the classic legends on your team. It is a great game because you can actually play the game and you do not have to simulate them. The creators of Dream League just released a new version of the game, but personally it’s not even close in comparison to the original.
Next is probably my favorite game ever, Super Stickman Golf 2. This is the most intense game on the App Store. Senior Josh Kurczewski has full praise for the app stating, “I remember freshman year sitting in class having eight people in one game of SSG2. Games got way to intense and the games always put my mind at ease.” This game is awesome because it can be played with up to eight people, or you could play buy yourself. There are 24 maps and they are all different and range in difficulties.
SSG2 is a tough act to follow, but this game is just as great. We are talking about a game that supplies endless fun. This game is called Jetpack Joyride. It’s an endless run game with obstacles that you have to fly over with a jetpack. The objective of the game is to upgrade your jetpack to allow you to survive the longest distance. The power-ups in the game are huge to your survival. This game was a classic, tough game that tests your true gaming skills.
The next game is one of the most memorable freshman year games. This game was so big that it caused the teachers to make a deal with the students. In one of my classes our teacher had to give us the last five minutes to play this game. The game is Ruzzle. It was a word game that gives you a 4×4 puzzle and you create as many words as you can out of the letters. It was huge because you played against other kids at Prep and the games got intense.
These games made up the majority of my free time as a freshman. They supplied countless hours of fun and entertained everyone in their free time of a tough day of school. All in all, the top eight games are: Social Chess, LightBike, Whale Trail, Head Soccer, Dream League, Super Stickman Golf 2, Jetpack Joyride, and Ruzzle.

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