Game Carnival – March 15, 2008

Welcome to the fifteenth edition of the Game Carnival!

The game carnival is meant to provide an opportunity to share quality articles that deal with games or gaming. It is meant to open readers to new writers and their blogs.

We have a lot of new carnival entries this week, which was very exciting, but made me regret my decision to include a small screenshot of each site. I thought that would be a lot of work initially but then would be easier later when I had a bank of images for frequent posters. I was still very happy to see so many new blogs. Check them out!

Geek’s Dream Girl presents
Diary of a Drow: Days 1 & 2
posted at Geek’s Dream Girl.
Holly Ord presents
Sexy Girls Play the Wii and You Should Too!
posted at Menstrual Poetry.
joe boomer presents
posted at Tech Smartly.
Game Fan Art presents
Game Fan Art: The Legend of Zelda
posted at Game Fan Art.
Shaheen Lakhan presents
Is it the Brain or the Game? Gender Differences in Gaming
posted at GNIF Brain Blogger.
Dominic Acito presents
The Advantages of a Gaming Mouse
posted at Dominic Acito.
Neeelakantha presents
The Wii Owner?s Toolbox: 100 Cool Things to do With Your System
posted at Virtual Hosting.
KT presents
Phantasy Star Generation 1 & 2: Sega really needs to do this… now!
posted at kneon transitt shouldn’t be allowed to blog.

That concludes this fifteenth edition of the game carnival. If you are interested in hosting a future edition of the Game Carnival, please leave a comment below. Hosts must have had an article posted in an earlier Game Carnival. The sixteenth edition will be posted on March 29, 2008 at Average Girl Plays. Let’s send Dani some great articles! Let’s get some more boardgame articles in here! Any article dealing with games or gaming is welcome.

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1 thought on “Game Carnival – March 15, 2008”

  1. Thank you for hosting this and promoting my article! If anyone wants to submit to my carnival (geek is sexy), feel free! The deadline is Tuesday by 5 EST. 🙂

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