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Re: OT Game

oK- TRIED it, got a score of 50.  this is a very counter-intuitive game 
for me, as I want to arrange the flowers so that they are in appealing 
configurationws- not in a straight line of all the same thing!


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Just caught pieces of a CNN item about computer games. Overall, the 
>>piece had to do with the testosterone level of most of the games and 
>>how few were written for woman. It was pointed out, of course, that 
>>most 18-to-30 year old women had better things to do than sit in front 
>>of computer and play with a joystick :)
>How about this game?  This is my latest distraction.  Up to 325 points!
>   http://www.addictinggames.com/bloomingardens.html
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