Hello there fellow people who have up to now survived 2020, WoodReviewer here, WoodReviewer here with Day 1 of my 2020 Advent Calendar. I am once again here with another advent calendar because of reasons. What reasons are they? I really don’t remember, I sorted of this as sort of a joke and have kept it going for no real reason. So, what is in today’s box? Or flap since this is actually just one single box this year.Continue reading
Do you enjoy gifts in the holiday season? How about useless, virtual tat that you will most likely never actually use but still want because it makes you feel special on the inside? Or do you just want random examples of wood grain from yours truly? If you said yes to any above, I have some good news. Today I am pleased to announce the unveiling of the official WoodReviewer 2020 Advent Calendar.
Each day during the 25 days in December leading up to and including Christmas, one of the windows/doors in the calendar will open up, revealing some gift inside. Like real advent calendars, some days you will get something cool. Other days you will get something lame. Some days you might get something that you think is cool at first but then leads to disappointment. Other days will just be leftover stuff I have lying around because I need to open a new window but don’t have time to make something new. My point is don’t get your hopes up for something super special and unique.
But if you want this calendar, you need to hurry up and get it now. Again, the link is right here. Technically you don’t need to get it now since I will probably never take it off sale, even past Christmas, since it is a free model and there will be copies out there anyway. And it also doesn’t affect me if you take it because again, free. And you can’t even gift to others as a gift, but still, take it. And if nothing else, enjoy the advent calendar ride this December.
Hello there excited virtual RDC participants, WoodReviewer here, and today I am taking a look at the RDC 2020 virtual picture place thing. Honestly I wasn’t paying much attention to RDC this year because it was mainly built around Discord and honestly, I don’t really like Discord. There isn’t anything wrong with it really, I just get tired of talking to people after like 5 minutes and then leave with my social interaction quota met for the day and don’t come back for a week. And then to top it off Discord decided to stop sending me pings on Sunday so I kind of missed everything that went on that day, so there wasn’t really much for me to talk about for this RDC.
That is, until I saw the benches in the photo place.Continue reading
Hello there Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and I am here today with a different type of blog post talking about current events. Normally I try and avoid this, as I don’t like to bring outside topics into my world of wood grain, and I have been sitting here staring at this blog post for
two three four five hours now trying to decide if it really is a good idea to discus it, but my mind is now made up and I do have something to say.
Hello there fellow roller coaster enthusiasts, WoodReviewer here, and seeing as 2020 has already cancelled 3 trips I had planned to see classic wooden roller coasters. So naturally my first idea to fill the void for those trips was to take a look at Roblox theme parks, so I took a look at Roblox Point. Until I realized I already did a review on it. Then I thought about Theme Park Tycoon 2, but yeah, same issue, already did a review on it. So instead I am playing Theme Park Blox World, by DisneyLand Robloxia, a very fitting group name which I am sure where will not regret later. But enough rambling, how does the actual game itself look, starting with a gift shop?
Well not fairly good if I am to be honest.
Hello there fairly large size army of your children who are unable to play Adopt Me due to the fact it is killing all the internet, WoodReviewer here again, taking a look at the 2018 Egg Hunt by Fifteam. Again. Again in the area of the map known as Hardboiled City. Yes, this is part 4 of a review on a level of the game. And the total review is up to Part 11. How many pictures is this? I don’t know. I have like 4 folders each with atleast 2 subfolders to hold everything I found, but the filesize of everything is almost a quarter gig. So yeah, the game has terrible wood grain; this should have been clear by part 4. But since most of you are clearly to dumb to understand what wood grain is or how it works, let me go into further detail on everything that is wrong; probably even repeating myself over what I said 2 years ago when this review started since I can’t be bothered to go back and make sure I’m not repeating myself.
So, when we last left off we were heading inside this hotel in Hardboiled City all that was left was to look at the inside of the hotel/fancy apartment. Again, pretty sure there was a reason to, but I forget what it was.
Onto the review, the first image in alphabetical order in my folder for this part of the review was this picture of some kitchen cabinets, so I assume this was the first thing I saw since I don’t feel like going back to the place. Anyway, the cabniets. For starters, the wood grain on the bottom of the shelves is incorrect. The wood grain should go from one side of the shelf to the other, not front to the back. Next, the top and bottom supports for the glass on the doors is incorrect. Like the bottom of the shelves, the grain should go across the width of the doors, not from the top to bottom. And lastly the side of the doors is incorrect, and the wood grain here should be vertical.
Hello there criminals of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for what is probably my most requested ever, Jail Break, by you know who. Now I am sure why I am choosing to review Jail Break now. Is it because of the Coronavirus? Some anniversary? Is it to set up some larger plan in motion this month? Or is it because Badcc is too busy right now to wire me my money to not review the place in order to not make Asimo feel bad? If I want another check, I can’t say. But with the intro out of the way, lets look at what was previously one of the top games on Roblox, Jail Break.
Hello there meditating developers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, today to take a look at the Toyokawa Inari Shrine, made by nezko. Personally, I am looking forward to taking a look at this game as I’ve been told by my doctors that my diet of nothing but pure rage towards developers is not good for me heart health, and by letting go of some of my rage it will help me live longer. That, and the fact that just because corndogs have corn in their name does not mean they are a vegetable. And seeing as the fact I have a full freezer of corndogs that aren’t going away, it seems like meditating in this game is the best way to help lower my blood pressure. And seeing as this game is nominated for a Bloxy for best showcase, I can’t imagine that this game has by bad wood grain.
I mean, just look at this nice calm setting around the fire. With a nice kettle of tea.
Hello there interested simulator players of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and today starts a series of reviews that no one should care about but I a going to do anyway. So what game am I looking at today? Why I am looking at Speed Simulator 2 by Avectus. So, why should no one care about this game? Well, for one it has been 15 months since the game has been updated, and the creator’s account was deleted about a year ago when I went to originally make this review totally useless since this game physically cannot be fixed.
Or played since the game is private.
But I spent like 10 hours grinding through this game so I am going to make this review because those are 10 hours I won’t ever get back, and this is a good starting point for my series of reviews from games that were popular before, and I played, but I just never got around to making a review for. So with that aside, it is time for my look at Speed Simulator 2.
Hello there chair enthusiasts of Roblox, WoodReviewer here with my first review of 2019. And coming off of this year’s advent calendar, what is a better game to review than a game based on chairs, which is why I am taking a look at Chair by Elttob. For those of you wondering what is in a game called chair, and whose game play entirely revolves around you sitting in a chair, the game is a chair. Personally, I have been looking forward to reviewing Chair as it is a short game that you can finish in about 30 seconds, and see the entirety of the game in those 30 seconds, unlike the current trend of massive 50+ hour simulator games that take you 10 hours to get out of the starting area. So this should be a nice, short review. Not some 1,500 word odyssey that involves a dozen pictures to inform you why the chair that you can clearly see in the thumbnail has bad wood grain.
So, how does the chair in Chair have bad wood grain? I mean, it isn’t rocket science. Just look at the chair.