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[Answered] Intro may cause Injury with Loud Headphones

Posted Mar 6, '13 at 4:04am

Macronencer

Macronencer

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Hello all ! I really enjoy playing flash games during breaks between working and I also enjoy introducing other people to this website. Armorgames really does have a wonderful selection of fun and free games.

There is a danger though, please warn first-time visitors to this site if they are using headphones. I just introduced my co-worker Steve to Armorgames and he was excited to play "Hordes and Lords". He wasn't expecting the loud Armorgames intro with the ringing swords though and this interrupted the workflow at our facility.

The loud intro hurt my ears from three feet away and poor Steve has been shouting ever since. That's not the worst part though, when Steve threw his headphones across the room they hit a console and somehow accidentally activated a facility-wide security lockdown. We both got fired and all my old co-workers are pissed because they can't play flash games at work anymore. True story.

 

Posted Mar 6, '13 at 7:23am

firedog12

firedog12

248 posts

Umm...okay? Maybe he should've turned down the volumes and he wouldn't have gotten fired. It's common sense to check if the volume is high or low in a quiet place.

 

Posted Mar 6, '13 at 8:30am

UnleashedUponMankind

UnleashedUponMankind

6,836 posts

Moderator

Really? So you say AG is (more or less) responsable for it... sorry, but all is his fault, if your friend is to lazy to check his settings...

 

Posted Mar 6, '13 at 10:26am

xeano321

xeano321

3,037 posts

Knight

He wasn't expecting the loud Armorgames intro with the ringing swords though and this interrupted the workflow at our facility.


Shouldn't you and Steve both be working rather then playing games?
 

Posted Mar 6, '13 at 1:22pm

Ferret

Ferret

7,110 posts

Administrator

Armor Games suggests the following solutions:

-Don't play Flash Games at work, or at least only at lunch.
-Practice utilizing your volume controls. Most modern keyboards have an easy way to toggle it up and down, but outside this you can use your operating system tool bar to control the sound of your machine.
-Don't fool around in a place that has a "Facility-wide security lockdown". We're not 100% sure you work in a facility where they are breeding zombies, but we're also not 100% sure you do not.

In summation, be careful out there undead scientists!

 

Posted Mar 6, '13 at 1:29pm

sourwhatup2

sourwhatup2

3,795 posts

Did you really create an account just to create a troll thread? Lol...

That's on another level of bordem.

 
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