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    Not sure if this belongs here... As not sure if this forum is for forum/post related games only. But here is a game anyway:

    http://www.sporcle.com/games/RobPro/1-100-click-me
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    god that's hard! I got to 40. Well 41 really but the time ran out just as I was clicking it.
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    47 that time. So difficult!!
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    69! Made my head hurt. No way I could do the whole lot!
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    Oofffttt thats hard. I got 36 but I'm on the iPad so I may try it later and update when I do it on my laptop.


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    Wow that's hard. I got 49. However I feel this could be addictive to do better..
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    Got 41!! Impossible for someone to reach 100 in 4 minutes
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    49, 62, 64, 73 (should have been 75 but I misclicked) - getting there.
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    I suck at this game. Can't get above 45. Arghghg!
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    60, harder than it looks!
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    55 but i know ill do it 2nd time
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    (Original post by 123formyabc)
    55 but i know ill do it 2nd time
    how will you? The numbers aren't in the same place when you restart the game you know.
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    58, infuriatingly difficult!
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    28. Difficult and addictive!
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    Did it! Damn, that was hard as hell. It's got a funny increasing return aspect to it - you find numbers at a much greater rate when you're closer to completion.

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    Good job on doing it! The highest i've seen is someone taking 183 attempts
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    Wow. 53, almost 54 but it stopped just as I clicked it.

    I'm going to get addicted. :mad:

    Edit: 2nd attempt 60/100.
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    (Original post by Chumbaniya)
    Did it! Damn, that was hard as hell. It's got a funny increasing return aspect to it - you find numbers at a much greater rate when you're closer to completion.
    Seriously, how did you do that?! Are you just really good at remembering where you've seen numbers before, or something? (Or good at hitting Ctrl+F ? )
    I've played it like 20 times and still can't even reach 50. Boo.
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    (Original post by roarosaurus)
    Seriously, how did you do that?! Are you just really good at remembering where you've seen numbers before, or something? (Or good at hitting Ctrl+F ? )
    I've played it like 20 times and still can't even reach 50. Boo.
    No cheating - I find the trick is not to look for each number in sequence - scan for all of the numbers beginning with the same digit and build a picture of the order they're in. That way, the longer it takes you to find the next number, the better you make up for it by having a map of the next few numbers. I don't know how feasible that is for most people as I have a very good pattern memory, but doing that I can consistently get above 60 even on really bad runs.
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    62. Getting better. It's still really hard though.

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