So I love gaming, what’s new? Yeah, I play multi-player games everyday and all, but I had always restricted myself for just a couple of hours a day. Today was just a little out of hand. I’ve picked up the Midtown Madness 2 craze and started playing it every night with a few guys from CHIP.in. If that weren’t enought, I now regularly practice playing MM2 by mouse (as suggested by Omkar). It’s quite a load of fun, and if you’d like to join us, just fire up Hamachi and give me a buzz on Y!M (supcoolz). I also went gaming today. Web Zone was completely filled up with school kids (today was the first day of school, and apparently, a half day) who play nothing other than cs_assault. Half an hour later, I was back to gaming with the regulars. Three complete hours and two calls from home later, I was on my way back home and getting drenched in the sudden mango showers. On a lighter gaming note, I’m also addicted to Type Racer, a Flash based game where you type out a given paragraph and your car moves to your typing speed. It’s addictive for sure. The most I managed to squeeze out was about 72 wpm, which is short of the ~80 wpm I used to type before an accident left two of my right fingers partly impaired. Go ahead, play Type Racer and see how much you score. Keep playing, you won’t get your best score in the first attempt. To round off the post, I’ve decided to end posts (other than reviews, news or such) with random quotes. Some of you may have read them, while some of you may not. Who cares, just enjoy them. Well, I’m off now. Have a friend who’s waiting to try and give me a hard time on Counter Strike.
“Men live in a fantasy world. I know this because I am one, and I actually receive my mail there.” – Scott Adams