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It is impossible to register to this game since the switch to the dedicated server, the validation page just refreshes. 6 of our group is already registered, but we cannot (and will not) start a game without the seventh member. If it is a browser issue, IExplorer, Firefox and Chrome are displaying this error.
Hope this will get resolved soon, I'm eager to play with my friends.
On these forum threads, I have been offensive, to say the least. As an excuse, I would say it was because I have political differences with people that offend me....but, as suggested, that is just an excuse.
Hi, I have a few friends who are trying to join, but when they register, they do not get a confirmation email. They have been trying over the past 72 hours and still no change. Does anyone know when WebDip will have its servers fully set up? Thanks
Well given that the original thread slid into the depth I figured I'd start a new thread, and try and give a little life back to what I think was a promising idea: Essentially a high class live game club
My Rotary Club is hosting a young Japanese student who is interested in International Politics. I would like to have contacts in Japan that speak Japanese that can follow up with him on the game. Please contact me direct off the thread as I do not get here that often. EdiBirsan AT astound DOT net
stop talking about this ongoing game. cheating accusations should not be made on the forum. the mods will deal with it. posting on the forum does not expedite the process. in fact, it probably only slows it down since now the mods have to deal with the mess arising from these threads.
the majority suffers because of one player(bad loser)
i play two games where one country doesnt want to stop the pause because they are losing and thats a fact one of them i know personally and he told me that so one bad loser ruins the game to the other 6 i think the unpause must be majority like 60 percent or so