Because the game plays with well-written code, and you're responding just with reflex and emotion.
Then came the moment when a reflex born of a lifetime with a badge caused him to check the door window at the end of the car.
The reflex is to say China is going to take us to the cleaners, right?
Tears were a reflex response of the lachrymal glands to these events.
That was her very first response—her reflex—even after all her worries, even after this guy had ruined her very difficult scene.
From reflex acts of the nervous system animals rise to sentient and volitional ones.
The young American had a passion for books which were the reflex of great minds.
The black who had shrieked hurled a spear, purely a reflex, perhaps—an action born of its habitual use.
Winfree saluted back, then growled at himself for the reflex.
Most people know something of what is meant by reflex action.
c.1500, "reflection of light," from verb reflex meaning "refract, deflect" (late 14c.), from Late Latin reflexus "a bending back," noun use of past participle of reflectere (see reflection). Meaning "involuntary nerve stimulation" first recorded 1877, from reflex action (1833).
reflex re·flex (rē'flěks')
An involuntary physiological response to a stimulus.
An unlearned or instinctive response to a stimulus.
Something, such as light or heat, that is reflected.
Being an involuntary action or response, such as a sneeze, blink, or hiccup.
Bent, turned, or thrown back; reflected.
To cause to undergo a reflex process.
An action or movement not controlled by conscious thought. A reflex may be anything from a hiccup to the involuntary response of a body part, such as the action that occurs in the knee-jerk reflex.