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Totally stuck on nihilism ;-)
What's up with casualism?
Does everyone else get some kind of "states of matter" file when they lose on narcissism?
On narcissism, it sets up a new e-mail to the game designer in the mail programme, telling him how great his work is ;)
Misread it as snarkisms.
This is actually really cool, and kind of educational (since each level is based on the philosophy it's named under.) I like the conservatism one because it's classic, but I also love the anthropomorphic one because it's challenging. The romanticism one is kind of interesting too because you get a different message each time you eat the "apple." I think nihilism is a blank empty page because if you read the definition of Nihilism, it's "extreme skepticism maintaining that nothing in the world has a real existence." Casualism is "the theory that all things exist or are controlled by chance," so that's what's up with that, and why you really can't win at it.
I don't think the point of the game is "winning" at anything, especially as you can't really win at basic snake games anyway. It's more of a high-score thing. The point here is the experience. (Yes, Anon @03:25, I know you were joking. It's just a general statement.)An interesting mix. Some of them made me laugh out loud, some I totally didn't get. The narcissism one would have been hilarious if the mailto request had gone through, but I was expecting something more like whenever the snake runs into itself, it gains points. Overall very creative though; I like how some of them seem normal at first, and you have to explore to find the change from normal snake.
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