Springfield speed dating
Since 2015, Crain’s has been scouting the Chicago area for the best event spaces.
We visit these spots with an eye for every type of bash imaginable, from small teambuilding retreats to cocktail-fueled product launches to formal galas.
There’s no tapping to leap here, though; in Run-A-Whale, you hold the screen to make the whale dive.
When you let go and he breaks the surface, he soars (very) briefly into the air, before returning to the water with a splash.
Mostly, though, this one’s a gorgeous romp through beautiful landscapes, grabbing coins, occasionally being fired into the sky by a cannon, and regularly fending off giant crabs and octopodes. Instead, you get blank grids with words along two edges.
That's why we're here - telling you the games that you need to play because we've tried them out ourselves.We head through the new and bubbling lists of titles each week, have a look at what's good and let you know.We try to keep this list as fresh as possible, so if your favorite falls off the chart then it's not a bad game... So get ready to get clicking through our gallery...As ever, the aim in Run-A-Whale is survival – and that in itself isn’t simple.The game’s one failing is it sometimes makes it really tough to avoid hazards, which can include whale-stopping walls someone’s carelessly built beneath the waves.
Now and again, you’ll need to make a leap of logic to complete a task, and puzzles mostly involve picking things up and using them in the right place – hardly the height of innovation.