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Arclite83486 karma

There's a documentary on this where so many people die from wing suit accidents, they were interviewing a guy about it and he does a jump for the documentary... And crashes and nearly dies.

It's one of if not THE most dangerous sport. Easy to make simple mistakes even as a pro, and one wipe out can end you.

EDIT: Yes it's the Jeb Corliss one. There are plenty of cuts of it on YouTube, I can't find the exact one I watched.

Arclite83229 karma

Yep! You completely lose perspective on what's a "reasonable reaction", because you (as the guy who made it) know every nuance, and after testing and debugging a million times it's burned into muscle memory.

Not that anyone can play it anymore because Flash, but I think I'm the only person to beat one of my college game projects because of that. I still can, but even for me it's a brutal grind now. When I made it I could run the whole thing on auto pilot. https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/287543

EDIT: My first "big/real" game is almost old enough to vote and you guys are playing it, you all are a wonderful bunch of people! Thanks for making my quarantine a lot brighter.

Arclite8381 karma

Did you eventually infiltrate them or was that the end of it?

Arclite8365 karma

My wife has this (the name has changed btw, it's now idiopathic intracranial hypertension I believe). So sorry you have to deal with it, it sucks.

Arclite8345 karma

2048 may be more solvable than Threes, but the barrier is already high enough for the average gamer to make it fun.

I get what they were trying to do with Threes, but it set the bar too high.

Plus yeah, free.