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What's that, Mr. Senate Minority Leader? Were you playing Bejeweled on your tablet during Santiago's verbal tirade? Madame Senator wouldn't like that.
Enrile played confidently, acting without the least bit of concern from the tongue-lashing coming his way. Ballsy. If we were in his position, we'd be peeing ourselves or rushing to the nearest exit.
But, seriously, why Bejeweled? Does he just want to tease Senator Santiago? Or, does he really like the game? In an interview, the 89-year-old Enrile said he plays it to exercise his aging mind, revealing he's at over seven million points and is in level 273. But that was August. He surely has a better score now.
Manong Johnny can play Bejeweled, no doubt. But we wager he'll have a much harder time with the following games:
For: Those who like speeding cars and have nice eye-hand coordination
Not for JPE: Sorry, Mr. Senator. Maybe if this game that involves quick reflexes was available back in your younger years, you might have completed it easily.
Get it: P87 on Google Play
For: Those with sharp eyes and have the patience to repeatedly scan through loads of boring photos in search of one thing: a darn cat:
Not for JPE: If you can get bored while a colorful character such as Miriam Defensor Santiago shouts FlipTop-worthy verbal bombs, then an uneventful game like Spot The Cat isn't for you.
Get it: Free on Google Play
For: Those who like endlessly hacking away at tons of grotesque baddies.
Not for JPE: Like Need For Speed, Infinity Blade is a virtual workout for the fingers as players slash their way through enemies and execute epic combos.
Get it: $6.99 (P306) on iTunes
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