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Top Ten Life Lessons I Learned From Playing Seconds of Madness May 31, 2006

Posted by Amanda in New Squeaks.
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If you haven't heard of the game, Seconds of Madness, check it out at http://ghost.aesthetic.ru/ It's worth the time spent screaming at your computer screen. Many of life's lessons can be learned from analyzing your mistakes. So without further ado, here they are…

Top Ten Life Lessons I Learned From Playing Seconds of Madness

10. The more time you spend practicing, the farther you'll get.
9. Sometimes you have to jump through a few hoops to get where you're going. Expect a few speed bumbs along the way.
8. The simplest moves are often the best.
7. Don't over anticipate. Things can look different up close.
6. Sometimes being distracted by others IS a good thing. We often get the farthest when we aren't trying.
5. It's not where you're going, it's how you get there.
4. Provide your own music, Life is kinda dull without it.
3. Take heart when you can, the opportunity is few and far between.
2. Hitting solid objects at high speeds is not a good thing.

And the number one thing I learned from playing Seconds of Madness:
All good journeys must come to an end.

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1. Xander - November 6, 2006

And here I thought I uselessly threw away half an hour of my life…


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