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Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

Here's a little game for you:

http://www.globalspec.com/trebuchet/
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Cool 2340 on try one

Must obey the sheep dog
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2409

first lier is always a loser.

It's amazing how stupid some people can be.
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2409

first lier is always a loser.
2414 with wall obliteration!

Must obey the sheep dog
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

I like the wall obliteration.

Now I'm having trouble with the new-found addiction. I think I need to build a catapult in the back yard.


I wonder how far the neighbor's cat would fly????
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

3042. Obliterated the wall, hit the 250 target all 5 times and threw 622 with only 10 penalty points.

Still can't figure out how the high score is 999999.
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

2405 on first try and my girlfriend just called me an M.E. geek.
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

2435
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

2050 by guessing.
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

nerd herd at work would love this
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

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I like the wall obliteration.

Now I'm having trouble with the new-found addiction. I think I need to build a catapult in the back yard.


I wonder how far the neighbor's cat would fly????
Based on what I've learned, a counterweight 3 times the cats weight dropped from 100' could easily net 600-800 yards.
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It's amazing how stupid some people can be.
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

Another one

http://www.globalspec.com/BrainStrainer/

My high score on noviced is 46670
My high score on advanced is 26550
My high score on expert is 33465
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Re: Engineers, grab your pocket protectors...

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Another one

http://www.globalspec.com/BrainStrainer/

My high score on noviced is 46670
My high score on advanced is 26550
My high score on expert is 33465
Thank you for taking up my time. I couldn't even get the rocket to launch. I could get fire. It would lift a short distance. Then it would fall back to the ground.

Stupid Rocket.
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