Lost The Game How Often do People on Twitter Lose The Game?
What is The Game?
You are now playing the game.
Whenever you think about the game, you lose the game.
Whenever you lose the game, you must announce it to everyone around you. Possibly, like the people on the left, on Twitter as well.
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Recent Tweets
The following people have recently lost the game on Twitter:
valerodri_78's profile image

β€œ@KianLawley: you lost the game”

By valerodri_78 on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 03:48:32 PM

karenzapataa_'s profile image

β€œ@KianLawley: you lost the game”

By karenzapataa_ on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 03:42:01 PM

HaroonRiaz's profile image

If the Indian batting collapses, and you still lose the game, then you are a really pathetic cricket team.

By HaroonRiaz on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 03:28:54 PM

_cedess's profile image

If it wasn't for me y'all would have lost the game .. And y'all didn't give me no credit ?

By _cedess on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 03:13:19 PM

yayo_ucantcme's profile image

I actually lost the game.

By yayo_ucantcme on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 08:13:08 AM

zudikaz's profile image

GG @Xbox You lost the game.

By zudikaz on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 04:04:02 AM

whoslucas's profile image

@WoodysGamertag Sony lost the game

By whoslucas on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 02:47:31 AM

lestroodle's profile image

I lost the game

By lestroodle on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 01:43:27 AM

EmilyRoman_101's profile image

I lost the game....πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

By EmilyRoman_101 on Tuesday 11th of June 2013 01:39:14 AM

yakumo_kobe's profile image

I lost the game

By yakumo_kobe on Monday 10th of June 2013 11:03:17 PM

About Lost The Game

Lost The Game searches Twitter for anyone losing the game. We check every 15 minutes using a variety of search terms, then record the number of matches to form the graph above. We started monitoring for matches on the 15th February, 2010, so graphs are available back to that date.

Lost The Game was created by Lee Stone as an excuse to play around with the Twitter API & Google Chart API and to try out some new ideas.
Future enhancements include being able to see data grouped in months and years. The code has been written in a generalised manner, so similar sites using other search terms can be created. Future developments here include the option to compare the number of results for different search terms against each other.
If you would like a search result comparator of your own, or would like to speak to Lee about him working on one of your own projects, please email him on Lee[at]lostthegame.net.