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    Re: Game Rules and Gaming etiquette

    Postby JaxTeller » Thu Jul 28, 2016 2:31 am

    how can i report a player? i beat this guy a thousand times, appears to me that i won when the game is over, but when i click on my character appears that i NEVER won a battle against another player...
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    Re: Game Rules and Gaming etiquette

    Postby SpenceKwon » Thu Jul 28, 2016 3:12 am

    hi there
    Sounds like the games were set to "friendly" status in which they will not show up on your games played won/lost stats if that's what I think you mean.


    What triggers the "Friendly games Condition"?- I'm glad you asked :)

    1. player A manually selects checkbox whilst creating game rules.
    2. player A or B are in "chrono tiger" mode - therefore games are locked to friendly.
    3. player A and player B are playing from the same ip/network address.
    4. player A or B has 0 points in championship mode (not applicable to this situation)
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    Re: Game Rules and Gaming etiquette

    Postby JaxTeller » Thu Jul 28, 2016 3:43 am

    thank you! sorry for my stupidity xD
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    [Rule] [Suggestion] Same Loop

    Postby jc3833 » Sat Oct 15, 2016 2:32 pm

    The wall of a given square on the board is equal to the number facing the wall on the opposite side of the board, while this cannot be used to take a card that is on the opposite side of the board directly, it can be used to trigger a same using a square directly above, and across the board to the right of the placed card.
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