The really annoying unconscious twitching of the eyelid of either one or both eyes caused by heavy fatigue. It is not a painful condition, but the twitching does become very annoying over time. The only cure is regular deep sleep over a number of days. Called gamer's eye because so many gamers experience it after spending day after day sitting up until 2am playing Counter-Strike (or WOW, or some other game), then getting up at the usual time to attend work/school/college/etc.
Person 1: Man, I've been playing Counter-Strike for three days straight and now I've got the worst case of gamer's eye. Look closely, can you see my eyelid twitching?
Person 2: You are such a geek. You should switch to World of Warcraft; it kicks CS's ass!
Person 3: Dude, you know I can't play WOW; I'm heterosexual!
Playing an online game for long periods of time, most likely WOW or COD, and developing red spots on the eye. This condition doesn't hurt but stays for about a day.
Man I stayed up until 4 last night playing Modern Warfare 2, now I have gamer's eye.
A condition in which sitting close to your TV for long periods of time because of gaming causes your eyes to adjust to close up objects rendering the victim unable or partially unable to see at long distances, although it does make it easier to see detail in close objects it will cause the victim to require prescription glass or contacts to see detail far away.
Person#1: Dude check out that badass shirt!
Person#2: What is it?
Person#1: You can't see it?
Person#2: Gamer's eye.
When you play so many games, you see things others miss out on.
Gamer: Dude, look! An awesome game! (piled under some other games)
Nongamer: Where? Wow, you have developed a Gamer's Eye. Wait... why do I care if you found a cool game? Nerd.
Gamer: And proud! Stupid n00b.