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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 11/19/2008 3:36:04 AM   
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There has been a suggestion to call this game & start "CleverDevils3"

What is everyone's vote?


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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 11/19/2008 4:17:58 AM   
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I can go either way. This game had so many hiccups that it's hard to "count". However, I have never seen France played so masterfully as this. Granted, you got a lot of help. But, as far as I can tell, you made no significant mistakes. The same cannot be said of your enemies (myself included).

Excellent work!

I also want to applaud the Turkish play. If this game had continued, it would have been interesting to see if the Turks could outdistance France, even though France was getting a score 1 point off the maximum possible. Even as it is, it is clear that both of you well-deserve the title "winner" for this one.

Congratulations!

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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 11/30/2008 1:47:07 AM   
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So what was the decision?  Are we to see a CleverDevils3 AAR?



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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 12/1/2008 2:24:21 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: delatbabel

So what was the decision?  Are we to see a CleverDevils3 AAR?




CD2 has ended to my knowledge. Guy was the winner.

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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 12/1/2008 8:41:35 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: delatbabel

So what was the decision?  Are we to see a CleverDevils3 AAR?





I think the concensus for CD3 is to wait for 1.05 to be available (non-beta)
& then start with that as the minimum level.

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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 12/2/2008 9:52:52 PM   
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TWO winners: France and Turkey.

I'm OK with waiting, but how about allowing the in-between BETA version of 1.05? There's the version only official beta testers get (which I plan on using, once I get the paperwork done), plus the "almost released" beta versions that might come out. Then, there's full 1.05 released.

I would opt for waiting for the second beta level, not the full release. Does anybody know a reason not to? Also, does running multiple versions cause problems? I didn't see any in any of the attempts I tried.

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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 12/2/2008 10:06:45 PM   
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1. Personally, I only consider there to be one winner per game.
2. I'm out because I am done with this game.

EDIT: Plus, doesn't the version the beta testers get reveal info that is not available to others not using this version? That's enough reason for me not to play.

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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 12/3/2008 7:25:13 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: NeverMan

1. Personally, I only consider there to be one winner per game.
2. I'm out because I am done with this game.

EDIT: Plus, doesn't the version the beta testers get reveal info that is not available to others not using this version? That's enough reason for me not to play.


Personally I wouldn't use the beta-tester copy on a running game. I would be too
worried about messing up the datafile in some manner.

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RE: CleverDevils2 AAR - 12/4/2008 12:02:06 AM   
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Good point. Forget I said that.

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