I'm not sure you and Ipman know what poor really is. Have you visited rural Appalachia? Have you wandered the tenement homes of Baltimore? How about the swamps of Mississippi? Rural south Alabama?I also disagree with that. Like Ipman I'm from poor background
In any event, I've lost interest in this, so I'll mark you both as "Born a poor black child" (Steve Martin) and move on from here...
We've declared ourselves done with Colony Survival. Very fun game. It's in early access, and the dev only updates it once a year, but the update is always massive, so will probably be worth another playthrough next year. For me, the game is just right, but it may need to be rebalanced a bit for other players since it's probably a little on the easy side. I only played on "Normal", so maybe "Hard" would do the trick, but "Normal" was nice and relaxing.
Played a janky early access survival game called Rogue Frontiers. It's basically amateur hour in terms of polish, but I was having decent fun with it. I got completely lost; however. There aren't very good landmarks for finding your way around. Then I got killed by a wild boar because the combat is awful. Have you ever played a game where you had to aim extremely precisely just to pick up objects? Well, this is the same way for combat. It is really, really hard to run around, dodge and hit whatever is attacking you. And the game runs like a slideshow, which doesn't help. Anyway, I died and the game sent me back to the main menu, so I thought it was permadeath, but the developer said that was just a bug. I dunno. I kind of lost interest in the jankfest, but I may go back to it today.
In my continuous efforts to support every developer on the planet, I purchased Greats of the Gridiron, a game owned by probably a dozen people. I've gotten so far as to create a league, but ran into a bug. The developer gave me a work-around so I may give that a try today.