How to Spend My Day Avoiding Walking Dead Spoilers

I don’t watch any TV at the moment it airs, instead DVRing until later when I can watch it on my own time with friends. As such, I find myself having to avoid all of my favorite geek news websites today, and Facebook, because any or all of them could reveal spoilers for last night’s episode of The Walking Dead. Who lives? Who dies? What happens at Terminus?! One of my favorite sites had spoilers for the fate of Shane on the front page for a week straight! So today is going to be a tough day!

Fortunately, I discovered this game 2048 last night, and it’s pretty neat!

You’ve got to swipe the numbers around the board, and any like numbers that bump into each other will combine and multiply. You’ve got to keep going until you can get some to multiply to the number ‘2048’. I have yet to succeed. But it’s a good way to spend my day avoiding Walking Dead spoilers!

Unless this is some kind of elaborate trap, and the spoilers will just start seeping through the game…and when I finally reach 2048, I’ll be rewarded with the spoilers of who died last night! No…no…they’re coming! They’re coming!!

You can play too by Clicking Here!


About Sean Ian Mills

Hello, this is Sean, the Henchman-4-Hire! By day I am a mild-mannered newspaper reporter in Central New York, and by the rest of the day I'm a pretty big geek when it comes to video games, comic books, movies, cartoons and more.

Posted on March 31, 2014, in This Wins the Internet, Video Games and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I’d suggest you take a look at this article. 2048 is a rip-off of another game called “Threes!”, and it is very sadly doing better than the original app.

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