beware1984 said: smuuuuuurf you! Ugh. Well played sir well played
swintpoof said: UGH! I just stared at it for a minute to look at it and then I got it. Touche my friend.
slizedew said: i like it, except all the maze paths should connect and there should only be an entrance and exit. not multiple openings like you have though.
Zombiepan said: I don't get the quote (but I'm not cool so it's ok), but design-wise I liked the dark green, as opposed to this more pixel-bush green.
Though The Game is very simple, it can be difficult to comprehend initially. A new player usually has to lose The Game once or twice to fully understand it.
1) When you think of The Game, you lose The Game.
2) When you lose The Game, you announce it to those around you.
The first thing a new player needs to know is that when someone loses The Game (i.e. when someone thinks about The Game), game play temporarily stops for that person and for those around that person (since he must announce his game-loss aloud). The Game then restarts on a person-by-person basis when each person stops thinking about The Game. The Game never actually ends permanently.
No One Wins!
No one can ever technically win The Game. It could be argued that when one is not losing The Game (i.e. when someone is not thinking about The Game), they are winning The Game, but it still holds true that no one can ever definitively win The Game. You probably still don't understand The Game and how to play, so consider the example below.
You have just learned the rules of The Game and how to play. Because you now know this, you are playing The Game, and will be playing The Game for the rest of your life. At this moment in time you are thinking about The Game, so you are losing The Game. Let's say you leave this site, start doing something else, and The Game leaves your mind. But then you start thinking about this site again and therefore you start thinking about The Game... that's a loss of The Game! Keep in mind that it doesn't matter what makes you think of The Game. Usually it is something completely random and unrelated to The Game that all of a sudden reminds you of The Game. This is what makes it so interesting and fun! If you have a game-loss story you'd like to share, do so in the stories section!
The Bottom Line
Any time you aren't thinking about The Game and then start thinking about The Game, you lose The Game. It's that simple.
Enjoy The Game!
OEBlaze said: I personally like the first one better. it's more difficult to see and that'll cause people to stop and examine it before exclaiming, "Smurf! I just lost the game!"
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