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Performance pills for pro gamers


A German company has created a pill that allegedly enhances gamer, uh, performance. Eurogamer reports that Tomarni's FpsBrain, developed with help from the Free University Berlin, claims to "accelerate neural processes, heighten perception and improve reactions." A batch of 60 pills will cost you €19.90 ($29.27).

For chemistry folks the list of ingredients might mean something, but to us any "performance enhancing" that doesn't involve practice seems to point toward becoming an after-school special. The company states on its splash page that the product won't cause shaky hands and works within 60 minutes. There's also a 110% money-back guarantee, so if the pills don't work, you at least stand to make a profit.

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