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    Senior Member pikaluva13 will become famous soon enough pikaluva13's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowlife1 View Post
    That one made my head hurt after only a few seconds!
    It's fun though!
    It's mostly about memorizing patterns though, so after a while of playing most people should be able to get decent with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pikaluva13 View Post
    It's fun though!
    It's mostly about memorizing patterns though, so after a while of playing most people should be able to get decent with it.
    While remembering patterns is crucial, there are other very important skills as well. Such as being able to control the triangle with precision (not going too far or not far enough), being able to pay attention to the "outside" to see what's coming and reacting fast. A neat little game.

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    I once started playing Geometry Wars 2 and didn't stop for about 8 hours. Reminded me of an old Atari ST game called Llamatron

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlashSoul View Post
    While remembering patterns is crucial, there are other very important skills as well. Such as being able to control the triangle with precision (not going too far or not far enough), being able to pay attention to the "outside" to see what's coming and reacting fast. A neat little game.
    Yeah. I love hitting the walls because I hold down the button for just a tiny amount too long or for too short of a time. :'(
    It's also fun deliberately hitting the wall edges that are "safe" to hit :3

    (Yes, we already had this discussion. No, I don't care that I'm repeating it :P)

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    I don't play anywhere near as much s I used to. I easy got 50+ hours per week in of games but these days I struggle to get more that 10.

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    well 14 years and i still like quake , the problem is imn really to old for this but im addicted, also im to old to play with the young men playing pro, quit? not just no but hell no!

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    Quake all the way and tribes ascend is worth playing.

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    Quake till death do us part.

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    Will do Quake and will get back to iRacing, as soon as I get decent hardware for this (kinda expensive). That's all 4 me.
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