The folks behind the world’s longest Hearthstone turn — the 45 hour one — are at it again. This time, they’re going for two ridiculous records at once.
Earlier this year, Victor Sandberg broke Missile Command‘s all-time world record — a mark that had stood since 1982 and was believed to be unassailable. This weekend, he shot for another goal most thought unreachable. In the end, it was.
The last two guys to try and beat the Q*Bert world record had to pull out due to fatigue, because they’d need to have played the game for over 70 hours to beat it.