But that would never be going in a circle, it would be a square. Or more likely, a rectangle.
@Meta Crisis Doctor, Fun fact for you. Where I am in Canada, a new school curriculum change will stop the use of the word rectangle and replace it with 'special square'.
@No Mans Sky, wtf? Why?
@Reydel, Not quite sure, they just started introducing it.
@No Mans Sky, my hypothesis: because rectangle sounds like dangling rectum?
@No Mans Sky, i cant wait for this game it will be up there with the last of us in my favorite games
@Meta Crisis Doctor, what if you made four 180 degree turns? Or four 15 degree turns?
@SchroedingerPussPuss, good point, but in my experience of playing this game, you make some pretty sharp turns that appear to be 90 degrees.
Sorry but isn't it a little late for temple run adds
@teentitan, Ads*, sorry. -.-
@teentitan, *posted by slowpoke* *not really*
@teentitan, actually I just restarted playing temple run 2 lol
Where you run a little bit more every time, so really, you will be running in a spiral.
My daughter played this. She asked the same thing. Blew my mind I didn't notice. She's 6.
Well, the game doesnt have evenly spaced turns, so it may be a small rectangular spiral and then make a right and a quick left and you're out of it.
If you look on your left on your first turn there's opening
Actually, you're not going in a circle. So there.
@Ted Mosby Suit Up, you're in a square
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Does anyone else remember the user Invalidchicken?
Unless you are following the adventure line.
I commented this on the otheer pic, but ill ask again :) can anyone tell me how to join the group chat on kik that was mentioned earlier?
You're not going in a circle if the turns are less than 45 degrees
@Lover of Waffles, but they're 90 degrees......
Yeah, you'll be going in squares
Or constant lefts, and then you wonder if you are trapped in a time rift