sprintask – countdown for launch

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Even though lot of things in this world are simple and perfect to their essence, we find most of the things out of place, imperfect or even can’t stand a chance kind. And we’re locked up in an endless search for that perfectionism (for which we only set the benchmark). Rarely some find it few blocks down the road, some find it in the next city, some find it in the moon and some never find it even after crossing the galaxy. Luckily some find it just under their hats (many people don’t wear hats nowadays, but you know what I mean…).
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My First Game – Plan Ready

I’ve always loved playing games. I can live without seeing anyone and doing nothing but just play games for hours (even days). I’ve read a lot of debates about whether playing games is good for mind or not. One argument against playing games is that they don’t improve any mental abilities, but people with good mental abilities play games. I would partially agree to this. The thing I don’t agree about this argument is about not improving mental abilities. Actually games serve as a training ground to sharpen our strategic skills (I like Age Of Empires much, so this point came out. But other games sharpen other skills). Continue reading “My First Game – Plan Ready”