Finger Frenzy World
Finger Frenzy World Instructions
Press the letter key on your keyboard that correspond with the letter on the screen.
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Finger Frenzy World Walkthrough
Okay, I want to know what exactly makes Finger Frenzy World so addictive. It couldn't possibly be simpler. All you have to do is see how fast you can type the alphabet. Just in case you don't know your alphabet, the next letter is displayed conveniently on the little guy's computer screen. It couldn't be an easier concept, but this could easily be the most addictive online typing game I've come across. The reason for that is as simple as the game. You set the challenge yourself. The only object here is to beat your own previous high score. That can be a lot of fun to try to do - and once you get to a certain point, it can definitely be hard, if not impossible to do. This typing game can be absolutely maddening, but so much fun.
There are a few different ways you can play Finger Frenzy World I've been toying with since I first started the game. Set a specific time goal and try to meet it. Make it a little easy at first and slowly make it harder. My goal was five seconds and I reached it - eventually. I'm a particularly fast typer, so to challenge myself, I started with my fingers on the home row keys and didn't allow myself to look at the keyboard. Try typing the alphabet using only your right hand and get your score. Then try typing the alphabet using only your left hand. Compare the scores. As it turns out, after repeated testing, I type faster using my left hand even though I'm right handed. I learned something new and I had fun doing it.
If you want to get the best score you can get in Finger Frenzy World, work out a rhythm and stick with it. this will get you used to where the keys are and help you increase your speed. Although this might not be a typing game you go back to again and again, it's good to kill a little time and helps you improve your typing skills. If nothing else, you will know exactly how fast you can type the alphabet should you ever need that information... for something. You never know. Best to be prepared.