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#1 2015-Jun-12  04:42:22

Siverko
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Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Shiritori is a Japanese game where you take the last letter of the current word and think of a new word that begins with that letter.

So for example:

ApplE
ExisT
TacO...

But let's make the game harder.
In this version, you take the last TWO letters of the word and start a word with those letters.

So:

CaKE
KEyhoLE
LEgalizES
EScapED
EDifER
ERaSE
SEntieNT.

Since no English word starts with nt (other than the mathematical Nth), the game ends and we restart.

Let's begin.

Computer.


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#2 2015-Jun-12  04:47:57

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

errors


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#3 2015-Jun-12  04:55:03

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Game over.

New word: Error.


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#4 2015-Jun-12  04:59:10

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

ore

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#5 2015-Jun-12  05:01:25

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Read.


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#6 2015-Jun-12  05:15:51

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Add.


What's with the boats and ships lately

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#7 2015-Jun-12  05:20:13

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Game over.

New word: Man.


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#8 2015-Jun-12  05:24:36

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

anonymous

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#9 2015-Jun-12  05:31:27

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Use.


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#10 2015-Jun-12  05:33:38

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Seal


What's with the boats and ships lately

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#11 2015-Jun-12  05:35:34

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Alligator.


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#12 2015-Jun-12  05:36:52

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Or.

*trollface*


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#13 2015-Jun-12  06:02:58

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Oregon


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#14 2015-Jun-12  06:06:32

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

One.


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#15 2015-Jun-12  07:13:48

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Necromancy


What's with the boats and ships lately

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#16 2015-Jun-12  08:11:15

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Cyanide.


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#17 2015-Jun-12  08:13:48

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Destruction


play Pokemon: A Tale Between Worlds to win a free coffee mug

also there's it's currently-inactive predecessor, Pokemon: The Baleful Night which has just of an interesting story!
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#18 2015-Jun-12  08:19:32

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Ontology.


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#19 2015-Jun-12  08:20:48

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Desertion


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#20 2015-Jun-12  08:22:57

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Okay, that's not valid.

Start over with: Isolationist.


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#21 2015-Jun-12  08:42:26

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

start


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#22 2015-Jun-12  08:45:32

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

No words. Start over.

Finish.


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#23 2015-Jun-12  08:48:16

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

ship


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My serious RPG: Stop the Spambots!
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#24 2015-Jun-12  08:50:17

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Ipecac.

It's a type of cough syrup.

Last edited by Siverko (2015-Jun-12  08:50:53)


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#25 2015-Jun-12  08:51:02

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Re: Shiritori - A Game of Words.

Ace.


play Pokemon: A Tale Between Worlds to win a free coffee mug

also there's it's currently-inactive predecessor, Pokemon: The Baleful Night which has just of an interesting story!
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