Why the full game might crash at the election...

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Re: Why the full game might crash at the election...

Postby cary123 » Thu Apr 02, 2009 4:34 pm

I didnt dl it because your indie and not a big corp, you need the money. :)
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Re: Why the full game might crash at the election...

Postby lucky14 » Fri Jun 19, 2009 5:53 pm

To be honest, I try torrent's of games for only one reason. I want to know if the game is worth the money. If I don't like it after a few minutes of playing, I uninstall it and forget about it. If I like it, I will attempt to buy it (of course, I will quickly erase the torrent either way), but I am 15 without a source of income except my parents (a job...is not very likely during my junior year).

Normally demo's are enough for me to see how good the game is (World in Conflict was good).
Democracy 2 (which I am trying to encourage my parents to buy) is really good (from the demo atleast, along from these forums). You've done amazing work. I just wish the demo had a little more content...

Oh, and I haven't used a cracked version of your game. I wanted to, but I will rather wait to hope my parent's are interested.

BTW, is there going to be Democracy 3 or continued "Support" for this game (considering it seems to be at least 2 years old). Or are you just moving on from the "series"?
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Re: Why the full game might crash at the election...

Postby the anime » Sun Jun 21, 2009 10:40 am

cliffski wrote:If you are here to find out why the full copy of the game seems to crash during the election, the answer is here:

You almost certainly have a cracked 'pirate' copy of the game. The pirates ballsed up their crack, and this is a bug which is in the cracked (and very very out of date) copy of the game.
Quite why people expect a game that has been manually hex-edited by someone without access to the source code to be bug-free amazes me. But quite why people expect they can trust an exe from a warez site amazes me too.
Just sick of hearing people mention this in how the game is 'buggy'...
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Re: Why the full game might crash at the election...

Postby hippocoder » Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:53 pm

cliffski wrote:Your a thief who comes to the developers site to criticise him.
Frankly, fuck off.
Where were you on the day your parents were trying to teach you a sense of right and wrong? out car-jacking?

I'm amazed at the cheek of some idiots.



Hi cliff, rob here (fellow indie developer) I just wanted to say that you are a legend. On your own site you had the balls to eschew being politically correct on the Democracy sub forum and tell him to fuck off. I can't stop laughing. In fact I'm going to buy some of your games regardless if I like them or not... lol awesome, awesome.
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Re: Why the full game might crash at the election...

Postby cliffski » Wed Oct 19, 2011 8:24 am

Heh, thanks :D
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Re: Why the full game might crash at the election...

Postby evil66drizzt » Mon Oct 31, 2011 8:56 pm

I found the game Impulse and downloaded the demo. My friend came by and saw I had it and said, "You have it too?" I replied it was only a demo. He said it is a good game, and after playing the demo, which is enough to show me it is worth paying for, because the demo allowed me to do the first two years of the first election. I am going to buy the game now at full price, because of two reasons: 1) The demo itself alone showed it was worth purchasing, and 2) You are a respectable indie game maker with whom is worth investing for future developments!

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