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 Post subject: The Line Rider. It's crazy fun!
PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2009 3:21 pm 
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You may not believe me until you'd start to play this game.
I'm sure some of you already know and heard about it but couldn't be bothered to give it a single click with your mouse. :P
I thought I've bypassed the age when I'd just crack out laughing for almost nothing constructive.
7 and 8 years old kids taught me that again down to the definition of the word, fun.

You'd search the internet what is the game and to know how to play it.
But, i think it is a good idea to just play it, first.
It is very challenging.
Or, it can be an instant blast :lol:
It depends on your personality...

I didn't write this to advertise the game.
I bought it here so, guys in the nzcgi community - including my friends here to enjoy the break between their work.

I'm sorry if you have already been playing the game for a long time. :(
This must has been old news.


This is it. http://linerider.com/

Or, you could download it. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YKQ1XCDD


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 Post subject: Re: The Line Rider. It's crazy fun!
PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 9:16 am 
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Wow... I wasted so many awesome minutes playing that!!! Hahahaha.

Thanks dude.

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