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Blind Man Plays bit.Trip Runner

Posted on Friday, April 15 @ 15:41:20 Eastern by
Terry Garrett, also known as MegaTgarrett on YouTube, is a completely blind man in his 20s, but that doesn't stop him from studying mechanical engineering at the University of Colorado, practicing karate, and defeating video games through sheer will and memorization. Here, he explains how he defeats the first few levels of bit.Trip Runner by listening to the music.


If you go through his YouTube channel, you can watch him play the first four levels of bit.Trip Runner with the monitor off and, even more impressive, how he defeats the PC classic Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus.
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