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How To Play Online Flash Arcade Games Without The Boss Catching You

By Stephen McDermat

Online flash arcade games have been around for, what seems like, forever. Flash games were some of the first video games ever produced. They’re great fun and great time wasters as well. The trick, when you’re playing them at work, is to find a simple way to enjoy them without getting caught by your supervisor.

Most jobs are boring, there’s no news there. Especially ones that take place in the fluorescent dungeons that are offices. Human beings just were not meant for that type of environment. Many employees are forced to find their own form of survival methods just to make it through the day. Many choose online flash games.

First, it is important to acknowledge that slacking off at work does not mean you aren’t a productive employee. Nearly every job on in the country is fifty percent “acting busy”. Several workers get more than their fair share of work finished and still find themselves with quite a bit of time to fill.

The simplest method to get away with enjoying flash games in your cubicle without getting caught is by having a decoy project at the ready. If you hear your boss heading your way, simply switch your monitor from displaying the game to something that is more job friendly. A few good choices would be to switch to a boring graph or newsletter. Have your decoy screen all planned out in advance.

Using headphones while playing online games is another easy way to keep from getting caught. Online flash games are generally filled with sounds that, just because your worried about who will hear them, shouldn’t be missed out on. Playing the games with earphones on will ensure that your boss remains in the dark and that you will be able to enjoy the hilarious sound effects.

Keep watch for any signs that your boss is coming. Every once in a while, stand up in your cubicle and pretend to stretch. Doing this periodically will allow you to be sure that your boss isn’t going to catch you slacking off. It’s also good for your back.

Remember to stay sharp when it comes to enjoying online flash games at work. It’s also worth noting that you deserve this little break, you make sure your projects are turned in on time and you hardly ever have sick days. Plus, those games are keeping you sane, which is always good for your morale. It’s unlikely that you’ll get fired for playing around but it’s always good to have your boss think you’re a workaholic.

If you are an avid gamer you may be looking for free online games. You can play free online games all over the internet.

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McDermat, Stephen "How To Play Online Flash Arcade Games Without The Boss Catching You." How To Play Online Flash Arcade Games Without The Boss Catching You. 25 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 30 Jul 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/games/video-games/how-to-play-online-flash-arcade-games-without-the-boss-catching-you/>.

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McDermat, S (2010, July 25). How To Play Online Flash Arcade Games Without The Boss Catching You. Retrieved July 30, 2015, from http://uberarticles.com/games/video-games/how-to-play-online-flash-arcade-games-without-the-boss-catching-you/

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