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Posted: Nov 1 2004, 02:06 PM

Person Who Is Annoyed With Secrecy

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Yes, it's pretty strange for a real-time game. But nonetheless, I think it might work.


First, one player plays through one system, clearing it out however he/she prefers. When he/she is done, the player e-mails the next player the save file, to play the next system, and so on. If one player wants to go back a system, for whatever reason, it would depend on the particular game whether he/she could. The game could mandate that a player could only go back a system if it was agreed upon by all the other players, or just let players go back whenever they want, or something else entirely.

When the game is over, the score will be posted in a high score thread by whoever started the game. If the game ends prematurely, whatever the las player is should self-destruct and post the score, as if the game had ended normally.

Any further rules can be specified in the particular game, and any game's player can decide to withdraw or change any of the rules listed above, if they so choose.

One Thing Not To Do

No .tdb editing. Or, if you do edit, do not  post your score.
~ From Rules thread ~


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