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damn i need a life.
Words: 213Errors: 27Accuracy: 87% (I swear, sometimes it didn`t pick up my letter order)Correct words in a row: 34Score: 12221
No, that is a myth. It was designed so that the typewriter keys wouldn`t jam while typing quickly, not just to slow down typists. There were a lot of other layouts at the time and qwerty won out because it was the best at the time. With the advent of computers with keys that couldn`t jam other layouts such as Dvorak were better, but they do not actually increase typing speed THAT much.
Flash doesn`t accept multiple keys; if you hold down three keys at once (you usually do this when typing fast) then it won`t accept the new letter typed.
Sometimes the enemies pile up on each other; it`s not very easy to read anything when it`s behind another word.
The most annoying thing I had experienced was that when you typed a word, the word didn`t disappear immediately. Instead, it took a while to reach the enemy, which means that sometimes you would type the word twice, just to have the enemy die halfway while typing and your word is now worthless and the game counts it as an error.
It is perfectly fine, it clearly states that if you get confused to press enter and restart. It is tailored to people`s mistakes, and that is why you can cancel a word.
You are just supposed to look at a word and type it, not picking a different one halfway through.
If you decide to type SIT, and then when you type it wrong just try to type DIE, it isn`t going to work. The mistakes are on the human. The game would have to read minds to be better at typing recognition.
Really fun, though you`d think that Hard and Grandmaster would be much...err...harder.
It`s also a bad game in the meaning that in the start it`s boring and at the end, it`s almost impossible. So I won`t play it again, cause I don`t want to go through that boring bit again xD