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The Eyeballing Game

by Guy McCardle

October 22, 2011

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Donate Looking for a fun, geeky diversion today? Try the eyeballing game. The game presents you with a series of seven geometries that need to be adjusted a little bit to make them correct. Your job is to use your mouse to adjust the figure until it looks correct to your eye. You are timed while doing this and your score is calculated as the number of errors you have made after three attempts at correcting the figures. It is intuitive, fun, and doesn't take much time. When you are done it shows you how well you did against the last 10,000 people who played the game. My overall score was 9.59 in 93.85 seconds (not that stellar). How did you do?

by Guy McCardle

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