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Blind Abe's Exoddus player rocks Bit.Trip Runner as well


4:20 PM on 04.13.2011



Remember Terry Garrett, the blind gamer who can blaze through Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus via sound cues alone? Now he's back to make Bit.Trip Runner his bitch!

Watch above as Terry races through the first few levels of the PC version with the monitor off simply because he can. Afterward, hit the jump to catch a second video in which he details his method of play, this time with the monitor on for our lowly benefit.

There's not much to add about this guy that we haven't already said before. He's BEAST, 'nuff said.

[Thanks for the tip, Kaggen!]








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