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Having trouble procrastinating? Try Sinuous

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My life is a constant struggle to find more things to waste time on. I try to procrastinate, but the world just doesn't have enough distractions. Thankfully, not today.

I found this game Sinuous kept me away from anything resembling work for at least 60 minutes. I'm pretty proud of that.

The word sinuous, which is defined as light and supple or as having many curves, applies to this easy-to-pick-up HTML 5 game. Simply press the start button and begin moving your mouse. That'll cause your little dot to dodge and evade the oncoming swarm of red pixels. You certainly have to be lithe and supple to last for any length of time in this deceptively difficult game. 

I played it on my PC, but good news: It works on iPhone and Android as well.

Finally, we can all stop being productive.


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