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Review: NO TIME TO EX-  
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
6 years ago | (0)
I have too agree with most of the review, but the game isn't impossible with a touch pad. You'd probably have a very hard time if you're used to using a mouse, but if you've gotten good with a touch pad it isn't to much harder.
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
6 years ago | (3)
One person, but they were referred to me by my work experience teacher as part of a work experience placement. Aside from that (and likely future work experience placements) it is highly unlikely I'll meet someone IRL that I first met online.
Poll: Do you actually read the news posts that I write?  
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
6 years ago | (2)
I don't frequent the site, but every so often I check it and then will usually read up on the news stuff.
Review: A Fun New Take On Being Evil  
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
7 years ago | (0)
I have to disagree with your originality rating, as that's one of Nerdook's main strong point. One of the reasons game-play is hard to describe quickly is because there is nothing to compare it to.
I think it's also worth pointing out Nerdook makes a game every month and never re-uses ideas.

P.S. 36 violent to 10 non-violent? Barbarian.
Blog: Fig Coins and Keys  
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
7 years ago | (2)
Here's an idea. Have there be several ways to get figs.
Have "beg" give a random number of figs between 1 and 10, and only once per day. That's 5.5 on average each day, or about 2 weeks for 110 figs.
Have a bonus for a highly rated post (+1.5 or better after 10 ratings), say 10 figs, limited to once each week.
Have Game completion give figs, using the % complete and a "game factor". Make sure that If you beat the game again, you only gain the difference. For example, CBC might have a factor of 2, and then getting 80% would give 160 figs. If I beat it a second time and got 95%, I only gain 30 figs (190-160). You can only gain completion figs once per game. Longer games would have bigger Factors.
A vacation mode, where you can't gain the other ways, but gain 2 figs everyday. (for when you know you will lose internet access)
Have special in-game shops with special items and power-ups to be bought. Let people buy special powers and extra life an so on.
You could also let people spend figs to avoid infractions (Based on the infraction and how many the person has received) and make shorter posts. (1 fig per character to short).
With this set-up, People who don't want to pay are only delayed at most a week or so, and you can still make money.
Game: Alora Fane: Regression  
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
7 years ago | (8)
Actually, as interesting as this game seems, It's probably best if pseudo doesn't start another set of games, he has enough planned out already.
Blog: Progress Update!  
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
7 years ago | (3)
[citation needed]
When you insist other back-up their points, make sure you have backed up you own.
Remember 1 year of slow internet connection is $182 (Telus lite@www.teleus.com in the internet section under high speed), if you can't pay $5 for a game why are you paying that.
Blog: Progress Update!  
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
7 years ago | (4)
True and sad. However you might notice that 99% of pirated stuff is from big companies and such. Pirating stuff from big companies seems more reasonable because a large chuck of the cash goes to people who never did any work on the product. If people know that all of the money will go towards the guy who deserves it then the amount of piracy would likely drop. I don't know how much, but it would drop.

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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
7 years ago | (7)
Of the people who "Couldn't pay" how many are just saying that instead of "wouldn't pay" because they don't want to seem cheap or they haven't looked at;
1)Pre-paid credit cards,
2)Showing their parents how secure paypal is
3)Make your own paypal account as a one time thing and putting $1 into it from your bank account. (close the account when your finished).
Pseudo runs this site and has spent a lot of time working on the games he makes. Is it really to much to give him $1?
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Rating Orb jojolagger 13 SanguineMelancholic 24C 0F
7 years ago | (4)
1) I doubt that the ratio would be 1 to 10. A game with a play time of upwards of 25 hours for a few bucks is a great deal.
2) These would be the people who think pseudo is their game-making slave, Good riddance.
3) IF he includes that he's made then 2 year long project cost $1, I doubt to many will be able to use that.
4) Why go through all that trouble to steal a pay what you want game? The people who illegally download tend to choose bigger targets, like spore. If you do the research, as price goes up, the # of illegal downloads goes up. I'm saying no one would try to pirate, but doubt it would be a big problem.
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