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Symmetry wrote:Shannon Apple wrote:The site has over 250 maps and many of them have the exact same settings, so there are plenty for beginners to play. It's nice to see new concepts popping up as it adds a layer of difficulty for more advanced players. The game is constantly evolving and that's a positive thing.
I don't want to see the site evolve into a point where the top tier players and new members compete on entirely different sets of maps and settings. To me, that would mean a destruction of the sense of community here. I don't mind new ideas, not at all, but I would like to see the older ideas implemented in new and inventive ways more, and for new maps to evolve from simpler maps rather than to add more complexity to already complex newer maps.
The site evolves in different ways, and not all of them are positive. One of the less positive ways is that members of the community put less input into the mapmaking forums, for example, than they used to. There should be more threads like this if it helps involve the community in mapmaking.
IcePack wrote:That isn’t the Stalingrad map but ok...
Symmetry wrote:IcePack wrote:That isn’t the Stalingrad map but ok...
Robespierre__ wrote:Symmetry wrote:IcePack wrote:That isn’t the Stalingrad map but ok...
I appreciate your contribution and thoughtful post. It would feel better were you not freemium. I don't think $35 USD (or whatever it is) is too much to ask to be a member of this community. Shows you are here to help it last.
HitRed wrote:Anyone can have insight.
You don't have to be an author to have an opinion on a book. Be a chef to be a food critic. Or premium to discuss Elements. I agree this site is worth supporting and hopefully he will do so. If/when Elements goes Beta I will personally invite Sym. Maybe he might consider playing again.
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