We all have our foibles, even you. Well, OK, especially you, don't imagine for a moment the rest of us haven't noticed. Anyway, mine include not being able to resist clicking on a free raccoon, and being the world's worst Hunt player. You can guarantee that in any Hunt game, not only will I not find any of the prizes, but I may actually break the mechanism. Imagine, then, with what trepidation I went to the Tangle Grid Christmas Ball Hunt, which ends on January 15. Would there be raccoons? I had to know.
Leslie Kling had posted on the HG Safari Facebook page about Tangle Grid's Christmas Ball Hunt with a big prize in Tbucks up for grabs and so I decided to jump on over and see what it was like.
|If you're looking for a place to rent, you should definitely consider Tangle|
Tangle Grid ticks all the boxes, to my mind. It is stable, has been around forever, has a great team working to make sure everything runs smoothly, and they just give off this wonderful vibe of calmness that has, in terms of the HG Safari blog, kind of worked against them, and I apologize for that, because whenever the Safari has landed on Tangle, I always feel like I can relax and that ultimately means I forget to take all the photos I should (although their Steampunk Expo from some years back features in our 2022 Calendar).
|Gates to other Grids|
First things first, the Tangle HG Station is a joy. If you're out HG roaming, this is a great place to inspire you to leap to a grid you might not yet know. There is also a section dedicated to Freebie regions, very handy if you're on a shopping spree, and want something other than the same-same shops.
Before moving on, another point that is very good about the grid. You know that infuriating feeling when on the hg and you suddenly come across a grid that says ' before you can access this grid you have to accept the terms and conditions due to EU law' yada yada yada? Maybe some of you don't experience it, but for the rest of you - It is annoying, right? (not as annoying as that blasted Gloebit popup window, but close. Gloebit should add a 'Don't ask me again' option to that, because every time it pops open, I hate Gloebit just a tiny bit more.) But getting back to the 'Privacy terms and conditions' issue imposed by forces beyond our control, Tangle have come up with the most painless way to do it. Just click on a poster. Kudos.