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Heh, certainly not angry. The only games that make me mad are PvP games (Titanfall, Chivalry, etc.) and even then only if I'm doing horribly.

Usually, I'll quit when I get bored. Or crashed too many times.

At most I'll be frustrated, but usually these days I'm more like "meh"

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I don't feel angry. But I often do feel a bit frustrated. Most of my game sessions end in KSP crashing.

Docking. Docking that mammoth of a space station/transfer stage up in the orbital peaceful silence of space, then planning the next mission feels great... crashing not so much.

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Afterwards? Im not feeling at all. Im planning what Im gonna do when I get back to my computer next...

During on the other hand is something different. The joy of accomplishment infrequently, and the drive to achieve that far more frequently.

Satisfaction after performing part of a mission profile successfully. Frustration if I run out of memory (I feel like that really should not be a problem on a machine with 12 gigs of RAM. Yeah, I know, KSP can only access a stupidly low amount at a time because of memory addressing...), and crushing despair if I screw up through my own fault.

Smugness when showing my maths and calculations to non KSP playing friends, and commenting on how simple the maths is: "its not that hard, its only rocket science..."

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Guilty that I only meant to have an hour playing KSP, then spent the entire evening on it.

And then I spend the next day at work planning how to make yesterday's SSTO better during tonight's session.

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Sometimes i get nervous, when I'm pressed of time and my duna lander got down to fast

or my career save is to young to buildvbig ships.

most time I enjoy the game and and be happy about the giant leaps I can make in building up fuel Infrastructurs.

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I usually end up staying up way too late because I underestimate how long it takes to do things in KSP. "Oh, just a quick mission to Laythe, and then I'll head to bed." But I usually finish my KSP time feeling satisfaction and like I accomplished something. The only exceptions are when I kill Jeb somehow, and then I feel a deep sense of loss. But I play in hard mode without saving, so I'm usually pretty careful not to send Kerbals on any missions that are too terribly risky.

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Either pissed because I have "too many parts" and the lag caused a 5minute ascent to take 40 minutes and once I almost finish circulizing my orbit, it crashes. Or ecstatic and fasinated, since I usually learn how to do something new or do it better

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