Dear 100 Hour Board,
What life lessons can we learn from the game "snake"?
-High Score: 116
If you get wrapped up in yourself you'll lose your life.
Keep focusing on achieving goals instead of wandering around aimlessly.
Accomplishing your goals will help you grow.
The more accomplished you are, the harder it is to keep track of yourself, but the better you feel about yourself.
Sometimes you might feel like you're chasing after hopeless dreams and accomplishing nothing, but you're growing, even if you can't see it.
-guppy of doom
I spent a while playing Snake to distract myself from the unending monotony of my training class, but then I discovered this beautiful gem:
I don't know about life lessons, but there's a real sense of satisfaction every time you unlock a new character. It's addicting.
After pointlessly roaming around in circles for some time, we are ultimately doomed to die.
~Anathema thinks games like this are pointless, but doesn't actually think that life is
Don't eat yourself.
Success should always be followed by a new objective.