Idle: Merger Collider
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Idle: Merger Collider
You’ve probably heard countless people, including me, talk about how important it is to unwind after a long day at work. What they don’t tell you is that the benefits of doing so can be even greater than you think. A recent study by Mercer found that employees who take regular time off are 80% more productive upon returning to work. This coincides with our own research of over a million workers and their social media accounts: Employees who use social media to share photos of their kids or pets while they’re at work are way less productive when they get back to work. They also spend up to an hour more night and day reliving the moment and fun from the day before. Recognizing this, many companies have implemented policies around taking personal leave that promote restful evenings and weekends—and even employee-led meetings in which everyone takes part. However, this still isn’t enough for many employees. They want more than just a policy; they want tools that make unwinding at work as enjoyable as falling asleep at home. Enter: Idle Merger Colliders.
When I say that one of my favorite pastimes is playing games, most people would cringe and say that’s ridiculous. After all, don’t games suck up time that could be spent doing something more productive? But at the same time, it’s probably not a bad thing. Because in the fast-paced world we live in now, everyone wants to get their hands on as much quality “me time” as possible. The problem is, there just aren’t very many activities out there that are enjoyable without consequence or stress. Enter: idle merger colliders! If you haven’t heard of them yet, what are they? A form of clicker game where you click on objects to merge with other objects of the same type until there are no more colliders left. Sounds simple enough — after all, who doesn’t love clicking things? — but these games have so much depth and strategy that they’re almost impossible to play alone.
So, you want to be a clicker? You might as well learn how to make the best out of your clicker career. Or at least that’s what I tell myself. Aspiring clickers will find this article helpful in understanding what a clicker is and the different types of clickers. The article below is not intended as an all-inclusive list of all things clicker, but rather guidance in helping you identify if you are a true clicker or should keep looking for another line of work.
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