Make circles! While the world spins round and round all you have to do is just press the space bar when the spinning bar is at the right place to make a circle. At first it’s easy, the bar oscillates with a period of pi seconds (3.14 s^-1), giving you plenty of time to make your first circle.
But it won’t be easy for long! The difficulty increases every pi seconds: The speed of the bar increases by 3.14% (pi %) each time, until it reaches a frequency of 3.14 Hz (pi Hz). Once it reaches that frequency, the speed of the bar decreases again, until it reaches a period of pi seconds (3.14 s^-1).
It sounds complicated doesn’t it? If you try it out you’ll see it’s more addictive than complicated.
How many circles can you make? Maybe just 3.14? 31.41? 314.15? 3141.5?
How long can you play for? 3.14 seconds? 3.14 minutes (00:03:08.4)? 3.14 hours (03:08:24)? 3.14 days (75:21:36)? Weeks? Months? Years? Decades? I hope you’ll be around for at least a while.
What about the music? Oh, the music is great. The tempo is 3.14Hz (188.4 bpm)! No radius has better music. You can obviously turn the game’s music off if you like, but I wouldn’t recommend it. Ohh, and the sound effects. Get ready to hear an awesome robotic “pi” every time you hit the space bar!
There’s simply no way around it, this game is rotund. If only there was a way we could get the game’s rating to be exactly 3.14 stars out of 5. Now that would make it full circle.
Ok, I think that’s enough circle puns.
PS: Do you know how many words this description has? I’ll give you a minute or 3.14 minutes to figure it out while I’m out and around.
PPS: Did you get it? 314 words. Including these ones, of course.
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