Thread in 'Strategy' started by Ineluctable_Entropy, 13 Dec 2010.
IT'S VERY DISTRACTING WHEN I HAVE IMPORTANT THINGS TO ACCOMPLISH.
Aside from uninstalling.
try playing keyblox for the first time, the ragequit at misdrops =P
Yeah, until you say "No, I can do this. I know I can do this." and then blow hours on it.
Note: I have not actually played KeyBlox so I can't confirm the accuracy of the above statement.
yeah after a certain point when you get "kind of close" to being decent, then you've reached the point of return and the "typomino rage syndrome" starts to disappear.
I figured it would be more of the rage and the "There's no way I can stop after games this bad" sort of thing that would keep you going up until then, hahaha.
I mean, that's what got everyone addicted to TGM in the first place. It constantly tells you how much you suck.
You press up to rotate.
Cut off your hands
(video games are the most important things in life, wtf are u saying?)
If you cut one off, how do you plan to get the second?
some friend can help him
The fuck am I reading?
Anyway, I've noted something new: I seem to only be able to reach 500 when I'm pissed off (more or less).
Any of you ever experience something like this?
If I cut off your hands, it would keep me preoccupied for a while (and away from Tetris). I wonder how I could preserve them...
A FUCKING PLUS
(For you lazy assholes, he is referencing this:
<Zircean> amnesia you better watch out
<Zircean> kev-b is attempting to blitz you in TAP
<Vincent_Laurent> If he perform a Master M rank, I cut my two hands
<caffeine1> if you cut one off, how do you plan to get the second?
which happened in IRC a while back.)
lose your job then lose the will to play and eventually to live
then see the game you were most looking forward to coming out get cancelled
then see the community you were a part of go down the shitter
Start playing Animal Crossing
The question is how do you stop playing Tetris. One answer, as I discovered the hard way in December 2006, was Animal Crossing. All this actually happened.
But it doesn't work for everyone. For some die-hard players of Guideline games, the urge to stack blocks continues even in the utopia of AC.
Ahhh, the Imperial Crossing image returns.
You called me asshole!
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