Was it just me or was it every kid in the backseat of her family’s van on a roadtrip that wished for a longer-lasting game of Rock-Paper Scissors? We’d play a couple rounds, figure each others’ strategies out, and then start to think about inventing more weapons. The best we could ever come up with was, like, a marker. It wrote on paper and rock but scissors cut it. Pathetic.
Then there’s this.
My head spins just looking at this thing. Turnip? School? Brain? The LAW!? How long would it take you to learn all these symbols, much less learn who they beat and then actually be able to think of one before three seconds runs out?
I must admit, I’m a little impressed.
If this makes your head hurt too much, check out the Rock-Paper-Scissors Flash Game where you can play the original up to 25 options.