You might be good at Candy Crush Saga or You Must Build a Boat. You might even be a grizzled veteran of the Bejeweled Blitz of 2010. But, as with almost everything else in life, except being soft and fleshy, a robot is better than you, me, and everyone else.
Dug up by Kotaku, the video above depicts a robot built by Junya Sakamoto, connected to his laptop, solving Puzzle & Dragons combinations at blistering speeds. A human would likely be able plan ahead more than this robot to make better combos, but the speed is something else.
It's just one more thing the robots won't use us for when they take over… playing iPhone games. That'll be followed by dancing, once they find out about The Robot.
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