use playtime in a sentence.
Indeed, I have some new ideas for playtime tonight.
Where did he equate survival with playtime?
I guess playtime really is over.
I remember when games got low scores if they didn't offer at least 40 hours of playtime in some fashion.
If it was intended to prefer the author's title, even "It's playtime - Light Table Playground released" is far better.
And let's not forget the user shared levels, available at -- extending the playtime immensely.
A non-artificial deadline is saying "If we want to win, we need to scare at least one goal in the next 90 minutes of playtime"
Who thought "It's Playtime" was a better title for this than "Light Table Playground released"?
Edit: Now "It's playtime - Light Table Playground released", after ibdknox altered the blog title.
It isn't really 25% of the game if measured by playtime..
I do not argue against the fact that multiplayer games have a longer potential playtime, however not all games have multiplayer so you just can't say that a $50 or $60 game will definitely have 100+ hours of entertainment value.
Equating in any way or to any degree a 4 year old boy knocking down a 4 year old girl's castle at playtime to rape is disgusting.
I don't think Steam would be totally reliable for playtime if it was applied to refunds.
To sum up:In games like WoW, you can win through sheer playtime and repetition.
I think the ops guy on the skype session had the right idea -- work remotely (with a decent chair and desk, and some monitors, and no one zip lining about, in a room which isn't an aircraft hangar), then visit the office for playtime or meetings.