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Published: Friday, Feb. 7 2014 11:10 a.m. MST

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“It’s worrisome that we live in a world that would rocket an almost entirely mindless game like this to insane levels of popularity,” Tassi wrote. “Forget video games, what does that say about society as a whole? Have we reached a level of boredom bordering on dangerous if we’re spending our time en masse on something so pointless?”

-Well, that's exactly why I hardly ever play games now. I use them as a break from work to let my head slow-down. Games are for unwinding, not to waste time because you're bored.

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