Hello, most people refer to me as Coco. I'm working towards becoming a programmer, with gaming being one of my favourite things to do.
My spark for First Person Shooters was when I found a game called Ace of Spades. I started playing in the version 0.70 and found it to be really enjoyable, but then Jagex took over... the new game they released didn't feel right and didn't feel like AoS 0.70 at all. However, I later found Build and Shoot about March 2013 which hosted the classic versions of AoS. I then started to play the game religiously and found myself becoming pretty good at it. I carried on playing, finding myself getting involved with all events hosted by the community players and eventually competing in the leagues they ran, but that didn't last forever, and over the last few months the community felt as it was tearing apart so I decided to move on. The most important thing from that journey was that I experienced how close a community could be and to have met and gained so many amazing friends.
From there, I started to play Counter-Strike:Global Offensive. Another cool dude named "Eraaaaz" who also played AoS moved onto this game, and so I followed. This was a game I soon found myself loving! It was a lot harder to learn at first since I was not use to recoil or stopping when shooting because AoS was more about moving whilst being able to twitch aim to your enemies heads. I don't think I would be playing this game if it weren't for the enjoyment I had playing AoS.
Behind the scenes I also played a game called Realm of the Mad God, a flash game which is a mix between an mmo and a bullet hell rogue-like. After moving away from AoS I found myself spending more time on this game. As time went on I found a cool guy named "SuperachiX" who helped me along the way and we became very good friends and we still are to this day.
Achi played a game called osu! which I was very intrigued by, so I found myself playing that as well. It's a rythmn based game which revolves around clicking circles in time with the music. I love to play challenging games which is why I enjoyed the steep learning curve and probably another reason why I play CS:GO. Since osu! had a lot of Japanese players I was playing a lot of Japanese songs, this led to myself watching and enjoying anime. A lot of negativity is shown around this topic and after experiencing it, I'm not sure why.
Soon after, Achi gave up on osu! and decided to continue playing a game called Touhou, which is another bullet hell game but this time, with more bullets... More than I was used to just by playing RotMG. Once again I felt facinated and was drawn into it. This game is also very challenging and at this moment in time, I am currently trying to master this game as well.
At this moment in time, you'll most likely find me playing this games:
Realm of the Mad God(RotMG)
AdVenture Capitalist(Just a cookie clicker type game which I'm currently addicted to, if you can even call it a "game")
Touhou(TH06, TH07 - Mostly)
I think that's about it. This game also seems very interesting and I'm looking forward to what will be produced and that I can add it to my list of frequently played games