Glitches are one of the most annoying things that can happen to you in a video game.
And nothing is more frustrating than having your experience ruined by someone who has figured out how to weaponize these anomalies against you.
But glitches aren’t just problems.
And over the years, they’ve provided programmers with invaluable lessons that have contributed to the building blocks of modern, competitive games.
Written by: Daniel Rosen (@Daniel_Rosen)
Edited by: Colten Gowan (@TheOnlyZoltan)
Produced by: Miles Hackett (Miles_Hackett)
Animations by: Christian Pearson (@chr_pearson)
Shot by: Matt Massey
Music used under license from Associated Production Music LLC (”APM”).
Sound effects courtesy: Sound Snap
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