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Posted by joeyconnelly at Jul 22, 2003 5:01:01 AM
Good job Dev Team!
Hi!

I just wanted to drop a note and say that I've really been enjoying Puzzle Pirates over the last few days. I'm really impressed with the uniqueness of this title, and I'd like to commend the Dev Team for attempting to do something different in the stale MMOG market.

We'll be keeping an eye on Pirates' development and we wish you the best of luck!

Sincerely,
Joey Connelly
Owner/Editor-in-Chief
www.TheJadedGamer.net

Posted by shockedfrog at Jul 22, 2003 7:52:09 AM
Re: Good job Dev Team!
agreed. if the price is right, this may be the first ever online game i bother actually subscribing to without trying to get friends to pay for me :)

Posted by Cleaver at Jul 22, 2003 6:40:02 PM
Thanks!
Thanks Joey (the header on your site got a good laugh out of everyone in the office), and thanks shockedfrog. We're really glad yer all enjoying the game... for a long time, as we laboured in obscurity, we weren't really sure if it'd work, whether anyone would 'get it'... well, things are looking hopeful!

Posted by garf at Jul 22, 2003 10:39:45 PM
Re: Good job Dev Team!
arr.. this might be a good place to state how (pleasantly) surprised i am how well everything seems to be going.

when i first logged into the game, my first impression was "lookin neat, i probably could like this, but how could they ever attract customers when the average gamer is all about graphics and technology?"

now, after about a month of puzzle pirates, im hooked and glad to see that the game is perceived so well so far. whereever ive read news or (p)reviews, the testers praise puzzle pirates originality and the courage to try a totally new concept thats unlike every other mmog seen before. and i have te say me agrees!
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- Randal

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Posted by joeyconnelly at Jul 22, 2003 11:58:16 PM
Re: Good job Dev Team!
 
Thanks Joey (the header on your site got a good laugh out of everyone in the office),

Hehe. I'm glad ya'll like it. Arrr....




 
when i first logged into the game, my first impression was "lookin neat, i probably could like this, but how could they ever attract customers when the average gamer is all about graphics and technology?"

It's true that most gamers are too hung up on eye candy, but as titles like Ultima Online (which was a GREAT game before EA bought it out) have proven, there's still a BIG market out there for games that use traditional 2D graphics and which feature game play that's a little deeper than camping a spot for hours on end.

I'm glad that Three Rings decided to take advantage of that often neglected market when initially designing their game.

Posted by crowsdiamond at Jul 23, 2003 3:21:03 AM
Re: Good job Dev Team!
Aye, to all of the above... I be hooked as well, and will sacrifice a nail job every month ta pay fer this fine game. Beats the HECK outta paying for Big Money, or Diamond Mine, or whatnot... and then getting bored with playing it after a cple of weeks. (I have NEVER spent money on those games.... just wanted to before reality hit me lol) This game is so absolutely incredible that me teenage son be upset cause he be away and can't play! Keep it goin guys!!
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~Faile
Once Captain of the Mighty PPA
Once Captain of the Falcon's Fury
Now Unretired and ready to KILL!!

Just point me to what you want dead, an' I'll kill it. Or die trying!


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