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Submitted by jaggernaut25 523d ago | opinion piece

The Zen of Super Hexagon

The Koalition writes: "To an acquaintance or a passerby, I appear to be a stone man made of flesh. These persons have never seen me in an emotional state, or even witnessed me smile—let alone grin. These same people have also never seen me play video games.

You see, I am actually an emotional man whose videogames serve as a conduit for his emotional expressions. Here’s a brief insight into my gaming mentality: the game designers are my opponent; their game is a challenge, and I accept their challenge. For every challenge that hinders me, I yell guttural obscenities; for every challenge I overcome, I triumphantly yell…and then pleasantly reflect on what a great time I had. But I mostly swear." (Android, Mobile, Super Hexagon)

Sako  +   523d ago
Super Hexagon rocks! Great read
Detoxx  +   522d ago
I've beaten (Over 60 seconds) the first 2 difficulty levels at the moment. It's an awesome game

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