Jamming Cookie Jam

Meridian, Idaho

I’m addicted to an app on my phone.

It’s called Cookie Jam.

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It’s very similar to Candy Crush Saga, but I think it’s a bit easier to play.

I play about 10 rounds total a day. Usually I run through the five maximum lives given at one time fairly easy. Then I have to wait either 20 or 30 minutes to get another life.

checkbookSo then I can move on to something more important like balancing the checkbook, answering emails, paying bills, whatever… until I have all my five maximum lives built up again before I go back to the game.

But this weekend, all Candy Jam players have been given an INFINITE number of lives! Instead of the number 5 showing how many lives I have, there’s an infinity symbol.

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That’s never happened before. Ever…

I  can keep playing and playing and playing.

But here’s the thing, I have noticed that part of the fun is anticipating playing again.

It’s not as much fun and I thought it would be to play over and over and over again.

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I’m not enjoying jamming Candy Jam as much as I thought I would.

4 thoughts on “Jamming Cookie Jam”

  1. Ha ha ha! I am into Toy Blast or something like that right now. And yep, I would be annoyed with 24/7/365 play. I also play a couple of word games with others and like them. Keeping the old noggin half working…..

    1. Melissa still plays Candy Crush. She plays it two ways: sometimes to win and sometimes to just crush candies and not even care if she wins. I play the same ways. 🙂

  2. I don’t do the online games much. I like the Jumble in the paper as well as the NY Times Crossword puzzle. I tend to get a bit obsessive about solving things so I try to limit what I do.

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