5 Games To Play In School That They Never Block

5 Games To Play In School That They Never Block

You used to play these games in school, and so did everyone you know.

Even though some games were blocked on the school's internet, these games were not (for most people) and we used it to our full advantage. Also, one of the pictures on this article will take you to the actual game itself, it is up to you to find it. Good Luck!

1. Poptropica

This game was always so fun but 99% of the time I would only play on spy island.


This is the source of misbehavior in schools because this game was so aggravating.

3. playretrogames

This entire website was never blocked so it was constantly being played on the computer.

4. CoolMath

Again, an entire gaming website that was never blocked and had what was honestly some really fun casual games.

5. The Impossible Quiz


If you are kids are in school and looking for some fun during the day, these websites are almost never blocked by the school's wifi. (Just don't get caught). I hope you enjoyed this article and if you did please feel free to follow myself and the Anderson Universtiy page and I will see you all next time, bye!

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25 Responses To Your Friend Who Doesn't Text Back

Omg thanks for responding so quickly...oh, wait.

We all have that friend. That friend we love to death, but if we are sure of anything in this world, it’s that they will not respond to your text because they suck at texting. That moment when you see “Read 1:04 p.m.” and you’re like “and???? Helloooooooo!”

These are 25 responses for that dear friend.

1. Lol thanks for tagging me in that FB post, now text me tf back.

2. OMG, wait you met Chris Hemsworth and he’s professing his love to you??!! No? Okay, then you can def text me back.

3. Hey I’m coming to help you since you obviously broke your thumbs and can’t respond.

4. Lolol thanks for responding. I’ll just continue the conversation with myself. That’s cool.

5. Good chat.

6. Yeah I wouldn’t know how to respond either, pizza topping selection is a thought-provoking process. Take your time. Meditate on it.

7. The classic: ^^^^^^^^^

8. I hope you’re writing me the 8th Harry Potter novel.

9. That was a yes or no question. This isn’t difficult. You wouldn’t do well with ‘Sophie’s Choice.’

10. Omg, did you pass out from the excitement of getting a text from me? Totally understandable. Text me when you regain consciousness, love.

11. Omg what a witty and clever response. Nothing. So philosophical.

12. The only excuse I’ll accept is if you’re eating guac and don’t want to get it on your phone. Because avocados are life.

13. I love it when you do that adorable thing when you don’t text me back for hours. So cute.

14. Okay I’ll answer for you. Yes, you’re going out tonight. Glad we had this convo.

15. In the time it has taken you to respond, dinosaurs could have retaken the earth.


17. The dramatic but also very valid response: That’s what happens when you don’t respond for 30 minutes. People die.

18. I apologize for asking if you were coming to watch Bachelor, clearly the decision has caused you serious reflection on your priorities. I’m sorry to have caused you this existential crisis.

19. Sorry I annoyed you with my friendship. But like plz respond…

20. Your response time is longer than Ross and Rachel’s entire relationship. 10 seasons. You couldn’t text me back for 10 seasons?!!

21. Wait. You’re responding too fast. I can’t keep up. Hang on. Don’t respond so quickly. Jeez.

22. A subtle but perfectly placed gif. What will you go with? The classic eye roll perhaps or maybe a “you suck.”

23. Did you fall off a cliff? Wait, you don’t exercise. Pause your Netflix and respond b*tch.

24. Omg I WON THE LOTTERY. *responds* Lol now you respond…

25. And my personal favorite and go to, Did you text me and then decide to THROW YOUR PHONE ACROSS THE OCEAN?! Lol swim fast, I need an answer.

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"Detroit: Become Human" Is Setting The Bar Higher For Video Games

Two-dimensional games are a thing of the past, and with the gaming industry bringing in millions in profit, it is only natural that developers increase their own standards.


The video game industry is constantly blowing up, pouring out new content for fans to enjoy and creating a large profit from it. Many online creators have a considerable income simply from recording their gameplay and posting on the internet, and as the industry grows in popularity, it is natural that progress ensues as a result. "Fortnite" continues to infiltrate modern culture as its developers donate millions of dollars for the purpose of tournaments, "GTA V" recently broke a record as the "fastest entertainment property to generate $1 billion," and the E3 convention has thrived upon providing a space where avid gamers can celebrate the beloved content.

Two weeks ago, Quantic Dream—a French video game developer—released its newest edition: "Detroit: Become Human." A choice-based story in which the player determines the route of the game through their quick decisions, the plot follows three main characters set in the near future in a world in which androids have been created to fulfill the basic tasks that humans have instructed them to complete.


The three main characters—Connor, Kara, and Markus—are all androids designed for their particular role. However, amidst the brewing civil war between androids and humans, the game brings up important topics that echo our history in a way that is intriguing. Many of these androids are mistreated and are developing emotions that are not part of their program, pushing the player to question relevant concepts such as the progress of technology, mistreatment among social classes, and even slavery.

Each of the three characters follows their individual storylines but often find themselves connected in a larger arc: how far will they go to become human?


There are several reasons that "Detroit: Become Human" has already become a major success for Quantic Dream. First, the futuristic world challenges the player to recognize the injustices in their world in a way that feels raw and realistic. The graphics continue to set the game apart, painting a vivid world that is multi-dimensional and an improvement from the recent video games, almost resembling a film in terms of looks. With exquisite details that have been created over the span of several years, the player has so much content to explore within the gripping action that keeps them on the edge of their seat.

Each of the cast of characters is intriguing in their own ways, and with the perfect balance of suspense, action, and characterization, Quantic Dream created a masterpiece that reflects much of what entertainment should be: a great story. The success it has gained thus far is well deserved, and as the industry continues to grow, games like "Detroit: Become Human" are setting standards even higher.

It is time that society recognizes that the gaming industry is a formidable force. With more people tuning into the "Friday Fortnite" tournament than "The Walking Dead", we are in an age where entertainment comes in many forms, and if we want to observe all of the ideas of the world, we need to remain open-minded to this change.

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