They say most things are only good in moderation, although Diamond Rush is the first activity that can claim the title of an acceptable addiction. I'm all for killing two birds with one stone. I say that in order to say this; time is the one commodity not a single one of us can get more of. It matters not if you're Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, or even Warren Buffet. Time is a fixed variable. Diamond Rush defies the rule of time because it's not only fun, and interactive, but it also works the brain to follow patterns, to think quickly on your feet, with a time limit of only sixty seconds. While competing against the clock, I can't fight the feeling of anticipating the game to reset so I can take another crack at smoking my top score. Using colorful jewels with eccentric background music Diamond Rush truly captures the engagement of all players. Additionally, this game is not targeting a single age group or a subsidized generational stereotype. The real "WOW" factor is the fact that you're using your head while strategizing, and re-strategizing your battle with the clock. The best part is, you legitimately enjoy yourself!. Although at first glance Diamond Rush appears colorful and almost Casino-like, I feel the actual goal is to continue to get better, and better. This goal setting mentality that Diamond rush subconsciously provides is something that's so essential, and also transferable into real-life settings, or situations. By setting goals, standards, applying strategy, and focus to meet a deadline. Diamond Rush is not just a free computer game, it's actually transcended into an activity that applies real-life skills for one hundred percent of the human population!