Your longest game ever?

Discussion in 'StarCraft: Brood War' started by Ashigaru, Jun 8, 2005.

  1. Wing Zero

    Wing Zero lol just as planned

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    lotr games are pretty long if ppl dont leave.
    some ppl leave when there hero dies
    or get rushed
     
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    Ten minutes.

    Got bored. Threw away CD. Fired up War3.
     
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    Usually when a UMS game takes up too much time, I just leave unless it is extremely entertaining... so my longest game was one of the Melee games, and I think it was about 2~3 hours long gg :)
     
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    I have a replay of one of my friends on fastest taking on 7 comps... I think

    It took 5 hours.... I never watched the replay
     
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    That Dragonspell UMS I would play takes about a day to complete, but it's played at a good pace and stays pretty entertaining. There's a good amount of humor in there, too.

    Ha, I've played one of those. I was Zerg, my opponent was Protoss. He kept advancing with mass amounts of corsairs and reavers, but I kept destroying his advances when he made stupid mistakes. I lost the game, but it lasted at least a couple hours.

    I couldn't even count the number of quality 2-3+ hour melee games I've played. When I actively played Starcraft, I was an excellent player, but I was very unagressive; I'd spend my time conquering an entire map before I'd attack my opponents, so the games always tended to be long. That explains why I'd play on Bloodbath so much. It's the six-player free-for-alls on random, unknown Blizzard maps that tend to take a really long time.