*PLEASE SEE THE NOTE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST!*
As your supervisor and a college graduate, I do not condone excessive procrastination at the Circulation Desk. However, as a former college student myself, I totally understand the need to put away your studies and enjoy some mindless fun once in a while. :) Here is my latest find! (Also, I am very aware that you probably have seen this already -- I just thought I'd share anyways.)
Here's what Google Chrome has to say about my new favorite game, Entanglement:
To win this web game, you must create the longest line possible. The more segments your line has, the higher the score you can achieve.
Use the arrow keys or the mouse scroll-wheel to rotate your tile. Click with the mouse or press the spacebar to place your tile and watch your line grow.
Avoid walls and other players' lines, or your game will end. Once all players have placed as many tiles as they are able, the player with the most points wins!
If this sounds interesting to you, here's the link:
My highest score is 202 and longest path is 74; what about yours? If you find something that could keep you occupied for hours on end, go ahead and post about it!
Please remember that if you choose to play this game, or others, at the Circulation Desk, your priority is still serving library patrons! Ensure that you do not get too entangled (har har) with any task at the desk -- whether it is homework, a news website, or game -- that your dedication to customer service suffers. Thank you!