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Learning to Type - The Fun Way 
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Joined: 01 Mar 2015 21:20
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Just throwing this out, it's late, I've had a few beers, but one of the big benefits to a game like Genesis is improving your typing skills without even knowing it. Needs more thought but getting the word out there in that type of mindset might help. There are likely unlimited options to explore but there might be something there.


02 Mar 2015 07:57
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Stomax wrote:
Just throwing this out, it's late, I've had a few beers, but one of the big benefits to a game like Genesis is improving your typing skills without even knowing it. Needs more thought but getting the word out there in that type of mindset might help. There are likely unlimited options to explore but there might be something there.


Yeah, good point. Both english learning and typing are good ways we could use to promote the game.


02 Mar 2015 15:22
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i know that typing is th most basic and avased skill you wiill need to lwarn for this game but when you need to ytpe something really fast

^this happens.....
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03 Mar 2015 02:20
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Drip wrote:
i know that typing is th most basic and avased skill you wiill need to lwarn for this game but when you need to ytpe something really fast

^this happens.....
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only for the first 3-5 years or so
later not so much ;p
when you reach +180signs/minute without error and without watching the strokes (obviously) you are good enough
I got there by playing Gen in dark (closed for the night) computer labs in early 2000ies - guess younger folks won't even realize why I wouldn't just play from home ;)


25 Mar 2015 09:10
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