Make Your Vacation Worthwhile with Nimo TV

By on April 17, 2019

As a self-proclaimed, young-at-heart #TitaOfManila, I recently just started raising a virtual pet through a Tamagotchi. Unfortunately, I accidentally left it at home one hectic workday and when I returned to check it, my 6-year-old virtual pet (one week in real time), was already gone.

It’s been days and although it was just a toy, I felt a sting of regret. Actually, too much that I cannot start raising a new pet yet. I am a casual gamer by the way and failing to raise a Tamagotchi to adulthood feels the same as being defeated in a game. All your effort down the drain and it really hurts.

To somehow recover from the loss, I engulfed myself on a different game for the time being. MOBA games are another favorite of mine aside from RPG’s and luckily, there are a lot of games to choose from now. Also, as a #titagamer, I enjoy watching online game streams and tutorials whenever a new game or hero (game character) is out. I love watching younger people enjoy the games that I, too love.

Nimo TV, one of the country’s leading video game streaming platform, is an excellent past time for students who love gaming and learn new skills at the same time. It offers 8 – 12 MP quality live streaming and can be accessed via mobile or PC make it easier for everyone to start live streaming as a hobby and eventually make it a career.

Nimo TV’s unique ecosystem, which consists of streamers, viewers, brand sponsors and celebrity players can help newcomers discover different techniques in starting their channel. It has a chat feature where streamers and viewers can communicate with one another and exchange tips on how to win a game they play.

Games like Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), Mobile Legends, Dota 2, Rules of Survival and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive are some of the exciting content that streamers can play via the app.

Nimo TV’s presence in Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand will also help you increase your fan base making it easier for every newbie to grow their channel and interact more with other gamers.

Download the Nimo TV app at Apple app store and Google Play store by clicking the link here and start streaming your way to the top.

About NiMO TV

Nimo TV is a leading global platform that allows millions of gamers from all around the world to play and broadcast their games to other like-minded players building a community of players, gamers, and fans that drive conversation, and allows peer-to-peer rewards and recognition. Utilizing a high-quality interactive technology, audiences can interact with streamers, and gain access to exclusive esports events and tournaments, along with unprecedented access to the top streamers from across the region.

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Addicted to StepMania

By on July 11, 2012

As mentioned in previous posts, we used to play StepMania during our OJT days and up until now, I am still addicted to it.

StepMania is a free dance and rhythm game for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It features 3D graphics, keyboard and “dance pad” support, and an editor for creating your own steps.

It’s like Dance Revolution but this time, you use your fingers to do the steps. Yes, like O2Jam and iDate but this one’s not online. It can be played on a PC even without internet connection. Songs are downloadable on the StepMania website as well and there are other people who make their own steps which are also downloadable. And since I copied the game from Donna, most of the songs installed in my StepMania are anime songs which I find very catchy to play. I also downloaded KPop songs and already A-ed those by Super Junior. :”>

It’s easy to play and the controls are customizable so you don’t have to worry about that uneasy feeling of using the arrow keys. I use keys Z,X,(,) and (.) for mine because it is more convenient for me. It can be played by two players also so you can have a friend play your favorite songs in it!

Speaking of favorite songs, I have established mine and those were Kane wo Narashite, Forever We Can Make it and Hitosashiyubi Quiet. I like fast songs though I am still a beginner that’s why I only master the Easy 3 ones.


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