I didn't realize that it was much of an achievement, but this congratulations is deeply appreciated! I'm actually going through a pretty rough breakup at the moment, so this massive storygame reading binge was a really nice escape for me. I hope to contribute a few of my own in the future.
You and several other authors have made the past few days a lot easier for me, Mizal, and this post feels like the icing on the cake. Thank you very much.
By the way, the rest of you completely suck.
Is that so? I figured a fair share of people would have it, but then again, I guess some people probably come here to write more than they read.
Anyways, from the looks of it, you have plenty of much prettier trophies anyways, so I'm sure there's room for you to do some scorning of your own. Thank you again for the congratulations, I'll do my best to be a proper contributor to the website in the future.
My jaw actually dropped when I saw this. Are you one of those magic people who can read, like, eight books a day? Or is ninety-nine percent of the human race just not operating at it's full potential? Either way, great job. I'm going to go back to aimlessly surfing the forums instead of being productive now if you don't mind.
taking into account the fact that she may have been lurking for awhile makes more sense. I sorta assumed that anyone who was lurking for a long time before creating an account would skip over the ones they'd already read, thus not hitting 100 percent, but I guess if she hadn't been on here for a long time, she might have forgotten the titles of the games she'd seen before, and clicked on them again.
I still like the idea that she's just a magic speed reader person better though.
It was more so a combination of just being a fast reader and insomnia. There's quite a few storygames here that take around between one and five minutes to finish (mostly ones with a rating below three). Many of the more time-consuming games I'd already beaten during my lurking days, such as the Walmart Game and Fairview Jurassic Park, so knowing the solutions definitely played a role.
Also, just to clear up any confusion now, I am a boy.