Hilarious New Apps 😂!

Hilarious New Apps 😂!

Here are two brilliant apps to use with your friends! 👊


Bitmoji is an emoji keyboard for phones, in which you create a cartoon-style emoji character of yourself and dress it up. Then, the app gives you access to hundreds of funny emojis with your character in! You can use these on Snapchat, WhatsApp, iMessage and more. What’s more, if you Snapchat someone who also has a Bitmoji, then you will have access to some emojis with both of your characters in!



BAM is a clever, funny little app which allows you to send comic notifications to your friends’ phones. For example, “Gouis23 just licked your nose”, “Gouis23 just poked your grandma” and “Gouis23 just sniffed your dog”. You can write virtually whatever you like and send it to the phone of your friend, and it’s quite funny coming up with hilarious notifications to send…


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5 Games You Should Be Playing!

5 Games You Should Be Playing!

Am I the only one who always feels like they need a new phone game to play? Honestly, it feels like every day I want something new to play. That’s why I’m sharing 5 games that you should definitely try out.

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1. Infection

This game is really fun. You may have heard of Plague Inc. but this is a free version which is just as good. The aim is to infect the world with your disease, and you can set up what traits you want your disease to have – how it can be transmitted, what it does, all sorts of things. To win, you must wipe out humanity before they find a cure!


2. OSM 

I recently posted about this multi-player footy management game – and since then they have unveiled a major update that will improve both the interface and the features of the game. It is a really fun, addictive game to play and is even better when you can get a big group of friends to all play in the same league.


3. Clash Royale

Another multiplayer game that I have recently posted about. Clash Royale combines the card-based gameplay of Hearthstone, the packs and online battling of FIFA Ultimate Team and the characters from Clash of Clans to create what is destined to be a brilliant game for all ages. Super fun!


4. Score! Hero

This is a superb offline game and if you like football games then you’ll love this. With the line-drawing-to-kick controls of Flick Kick Football and Score! World Goals, it is a simple game yet very hard to master. Control a player through 19 seasons (so far) of his career, and see if he can become a world-beater! There a 380 levels to master, and you’ll never get bored of this game.


5. Happy Wheels

The mobile version of the hit online game, you have to guide a character through obstacle-course-type levels and avoid getting killed – because if you do beware of the incredibly gory animated graphics! This is a quirky little game and is very fun but really tricky!

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OSM – Football Manager with Friends

OSM – Football Manager with Friends

Online Soccer Manager is a hugely popular online and mobile game that combines Football Manager with online gameplay to create an insanely fun game to play with friends.


You take control of a club – let’s say a Premier League team, though it can be any league. In my league, I am Tottenham, and am currently 2nd, just like real life. 19 other people can join and all manage a team each. The way it works is there is one match every night, 38 league games and there is also a cup tournament which are knockout matches every week or so. Over 43 days the season is played and there are also 4 ‘pre-season’ games.


A league from each country shares a transfer list, where players can be bought and sold on all season.


Existing players can be trained, too. Young players work best. One player from each position can be trained per round, and players improve by 1, 2 or 0 each round they are trained.


That is the main gist of the game – train, check results and rearrange your line up. There are also so pretty cool features that add to the realism – for example, there is a newspaper! OK, maybe the articles aren’t the best, but it is quite funny to read!


You can choose kit and stadium sponsors, and if you are a ticket holder (in-app purchases) you can do all sorts of cool things! There is also the board – three members, including the chairman who goes on and on about betting and gambling on your position in the league!!!

To finish off my post, just for fun, I am going to do a preview of tonight’s round of OSM fixtures!


Chelsea host West Bromwich Albion tonight hoping to extend their four point lead at the top of the table. Manager Grecubogg2001 has seen a slight drop in form over the past few days, but title challengers Tottenham, Manchester United and Man City haven’t been able to capitalise. However, second-from-bottom West Brom are unlikely to cause an upset tonight, having won just 1 of their 20 games so far.

That poor record is only better than that of Liverpool, who have had a disastrous season and are yet to win, only on 3 points so far. Marcel del Duca, inexperienced Liverpool boss, knows his job is on the line as they travel to Southampton tonight, and may need a good result to keep at the helm of the Reds. Their opposition, managed by max1886, are on a real high of late and have jumped to sixth in the league. Star striker Robert Lewandowski and his partners in crime will be looking to dent Liverpool’s already slim survival hopes.

Elsewhere, West Ham will be expecting victory over Aston Villa, Sunderland and Watford will play out a tightly-contested match and Everton will host Swansea, needing a win to put pressure on City in fourth. Mid-table Leicester have had a good season so far under krishbeast, but Stoke City will be buoyed by the appointment of their new boss Mr Arun after b_smith left by mutual consent last night. 

Arsenal play Bournemouth knowing only a win can keep alive their hopes of a top four finish, but The Cherries are slipping down the table and may be dragged into a relegation scrap if they can’t find a win here. After being walloped 5-0 at home against Spurs, they will be low on confidence.

Spurs, however, are still buzzing and welcome 11th-placed Crystal Palace to the newly-rebranded  ‘blametheblogger.com Arena’.  With Clinton N’Jie and Arturo Vidal in fine form, it remains to be seen whether 2nd place Tottenham can challenge Chelsea for the title.

The Manchester clubs will need to try and keep pace with the top 2, and after a close result in the Manchester derby  last night(United running out 2-0 winners), they face Newcastle and Norwich looking for all three points. With just three days to go until the highly-anticipated Tottenham-Man United clash, both teams will be trying to pick up maximum points to be on a high going into the vital match.


Clash Royale – Supercell’s Best Yet?

Clash Royale – Supercell’s Best Yet?

It’s been a long time coming, but when Supercell’s new game Clash Royale landed in the UK App Store, it didn’t disappoint.


The game combines the popular faces from Clash of Clans with gameplay that card battlers like Hearthstone would be proud of, alongside a dose of FIFA Ultimate Team in the ‘packs’ – chests – and the online match-ups. The aim of the game is to defeat other players in battles and rise up the arenas. You do this by winning trophies after defeating other, similar-level players to you in battles, and the more trophies you have, the higher your arena.


Here’s how battles work – each player has a Battle Deck of 8 cards. Cards are unlocked in chests, with Common, Rare, Epic and Legendary cards, each rarer than the one before. Different cards are unlocked at different arenas, and each has a different elixir cost.

In battle, you have 3 minutes to destroy the other player’s towers – each player has two crown towers and a kings tower, the former getting you 1 crown, whilst if you destroy the latter you immediately win the battle. You destroy towers by placing cards in the game. Some cards defend, like the Cannon, whilst some attack, like the Balloon. Most cards will be able to attack both the opponent’s cards and their towers, and you aim to destroy more towers than your opponent in 3 minutes. The currency, elixir, will gradually rise over time and you spend it on deploying cards to battle the opponent.

If that all seems very confusing, here is a video of what a battle looks like…

Also, remember to submit your team for Feisty Footy before this weekend’s matches kick off by clicking this link!

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‘Pocket Planes’ Plane Guide

‘Pocket Planes’ Plane Guide

Pocket Planes is an ingenious game by NimbleBit in which you control and expand an empire of planes and you build and upgrade airports and planes to ferry passengers around in.

On the excel spreadsheet attached is my plane guide with points to say how good each plane is. It is based on no upgrades and the points system is below it on a word document. It is my personal opinion generated by my own points system. I hope it helps you when choosing which planes to buy for your fleet.

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2015/16 Fantasy Football Guide

2015/16 Fantasy Football Guide

The Premier League season officially starts on the 8th August, which gives us all just a matter of days before we submit our Fantasy Football teams for the new season. If you don’t have Fantasy Football, you can set it up HERE.


Here is my guide to what players you should consider when building your squad.


Lukas Fabianski – The Swansea keeper collected the most points of any goalkeeper last term and at just 5.0, he is a cheap and solid pick for your team.

Joe Hart – He will cost you 5.5, but he won the Golden Glove last season and has a strong back four in front of him that can be relied on to get clean sheets.

Thibault Courtois – Arguably the best goalie in the league, maybe the world, and Courtois isn’t too expensive at 5.5.

Julian Speroni – A cheap option at 4.5, Speroni and Palace never concede bucketfuls of goals so may be a pretty shrewd buy.

Avoid – David De Gea, his future is uncertain. Fraser Forster, he might be out the whole season!



Maybe 3 at the back is a good idea as it means you get more points through goals and assists in the midfield and attack.

Chelsea defenders are a good idea as they rarely concede, but they are all pretty pricey except for Cesar Azpilicueta, at 6.0, who looks like a pretty solid option and can also weigh in with the odd assist.

Southampton are also very good at the back and Jose Fonte and Ryan Bertrand are guaranteed to be worth the 5.5 you pay for them.

Goalscoring defenders like Leighton Baines are good as he is a good defender but also provides goals and assists up front via set-pieces.

Avoid: Defenders in leaky teams who concede. Red-card friendly defenders like Wes Brown. Mamadou Sakho.



They don’t get heavily rewarded for set pieces so avoid the defensive midfielders that sit in front of the back four. Also, avoid red-card-friendly midfielders like Cheick Tiote.

A must-have is Eden Hazard, he gets loads and loads of points, but he will cost more than a tenth of your budget at 11.5. Cesc Fabregas also provides loads of assists, but it’s up to you whether you want to pay 9.0 for him. Aaron Ramsey, Christian Eriksen and Phillipe Coutinho get goals and assists and you ought to have at least one of them in your line up, at 8.5, 8.5 and 8.0 respectively.

Swansea duo Gylfi Sigurdsson and Ki Seung-Yeung are pretty solid and fairly cheap at 7.5 and 5.5 respectively. Yaya Toure and David Silva may also be good buys, though expensive.

Avoid: New signings such as Raheem Sterling and Memphis Depay until later in the season once they have established themselves – you can cash in on them then. Alexis Sanchez – he is likely to be out for the first few games of the season so it’s worth holding out until then and then splashing the cash on Sanchez.

Jordan Henderson is also a good pick at 7.0.

Jordan Henderson is also a good pick at 7.0.


I play 3-5-2, and I only need two solid strikers up front with the third guaranteed to start at least a dozen games – I’ve gone for Gary Hooper at 4.5.

Sergio Aguero should definitely find his way into your team as he pops up with goals week in, week out. Diego Costa is an alternative but it is way too much money to buy both of them at 13.0 and 11.0 each.

Your second striker could be Saido Berahino, and he is cheap at 6.5 considering the goals he scores. Lukaku, Pelle and Ayoze Perez are other alternatives. Perhaps gamble on Christian Benteke.

Avoid: Sturridge is too in jury prone. Ings won’t start. Rooney is over-priced as he doesn’t score enough goals.


I’d make Hazard your captain with Aguero as Vice Captain, or vice versa. 3-5-2 or 3-4-3 are good formations, or you can play 4-3-3. Avoid 4-4-2 and 4-5-1. Always make transfers during the week in case of injuries or poor form, and good luck!


My team.

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Clash Of Clans FC

Clash Of Clans FC

If Clash of Clans had a football team…


GK: Barbarian – The last line of defense, a last resort if you need to take out a few buildings to get the star, it is used in a desperate attempt to prevent a goal/trophy loss!

LB: Minion – This speedy left back always pops up in the right place at the right time to do some damage, but can be beaten very easily when defending. A true attacking full back!

RB: Archer – Quick, helpful when attacking and defending in a clan castle, this quick-thinking, bright full back is a good all-rounder on the pitch and can always be trusted to destroy some buildings/create some chances!

CB: Golem – This tank at the back is slow but menacing and big so can keep even the most skilled of strikers quiet. It does substantial damage too/can launch counter-attacks from the back too.

CB: Giant – Big, strong and physical, this centre half can take a bombardment of cannon fire/attacking players but a cleverky utilised spring trap/speedy winger can leave him stranded.

CDM: Witch – Slow and steady like Gerrard, the witch controls attacks from the rear and can sweep up assists/buildings with it’s masses of skeletons/through balls. It’s the deep-lying playmaker of the team.

CM: Balloon – Slow on approach but when given the opportunity the balloon can be destructive/clinical. It provides splash damage galore/goals from the midfield and is a key player in the team.

CM: Wizard – Always top of the teamsheet/featuring in the attack strategy, the wizard’s attacking damage is brutal and vital in victories. However, it is pretty weak when defending/taking damage.

LW: Dragon – It scares defenses to near death with it’s bulky shape, and when it whips in crosses or cuts inside to have a shot it burns gaping holes through the defense. Very over-powered!

RW: Goblin – This little guy has bucket-loads of pace and when he puts his mind to it, no one can stop him looting/sprinting and whipping in a killer cross.

ST: P.E.K.K.A. – Up front, leading the attack, is the P.E.K.K.A. Nobody quite knows where he gets his immense power from but he uses it incredibly well when he gets an opportunity. A must-have for any team/clasher!

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