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Project: How to keep an idiot occupied
Project Started: 15th October, 2002 Last Update: 15th October, 2002
Project Owner: DeadmanDines Project Members:
Project Type: Puzzle Project Progress:

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You must have played a game like this at some point. You know the type - try and click a button, which is moving. Each time you click it it gets faster and faster. This version's a click attempt at it with a few nicer prettier features:

1)The button is encased in a circle, which means you can't lodge the button in the corner, since there aren't any, which makes it a LOT harder.
2)Certificates in .doc format which open when you achieve certain scores, allowing you to prove to friends and family that yes, you are an idiot.
3)An incredibly simple solution which very few people would think of trying.

I'm also planning a few additions, such as:
1)Saving your score automatically at ther end?
2)More certificates? (currently only 5)
3)A customisable display system which changes the colours of the window to the colours of your system. Just for aesthetics, y'know?
4)A few more little quirks here and there if you press different keys, etc.

This is intended to be the first of a number of different pointless games in production at the moment, and I'm already thinking of some humerous games to follow it.

I've already tested the beta versions with the people in my school (testers have been 16-17 years old) and they've actually liked it, LOL! No screenshots at the moment, it's just a 640x480 window with a 480x480 circle in the center and a small standard sized button which slips away from your mouse whenever you hover over it. The button never leaves the confines of the circle.

It'll be released very soon indeed, in a few days i presume.

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