• “To be, or not to be” from Hamlet
• “Tomorrow, and tomorrow” from Macbeth
• “All the world’s a stage” from As You Like It
• “Our revels now are ended” from The Tempest
• “But soft! What light through yonder window breaks?” from Romeo and Juliet
• “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet” from Romeo and Juliet
Confounded shuffles up the words, and it’s up to you to put them right. It shows them to you in order—you just have to remember briefly and touch the words in sequence. Which is not always as easy as it seems.
But if it does seem too easy for you, the words can appear all at once, so you have to work out the sequence yourself. Still, it’s simply a matter of thinking like Shakespeare. Or memorizing the poem beforehand. (Or, perhaps, reading along with a book, though that would make it easier than ever.)
There are other variations too: change the display speed, have the words appear beat by beat instead of a whole word at a time, even not shuffle the words at all. And if you sometimes just want to watch the words go by, you can do that too.
- 1.2 MB
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- Christopher Gross
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