Hahaha. This really is an interesting giveaway, to say the least. I'm a big fan of trading, which makes the giveaway intriguing. It will be very interesting to see what the outcome will be. I would enter mainly because of the giveaway game itself, but the games selected for the giveaway aren't (for the most part) my cup of tea, plus I just won a different giveaway and therefor don't need anything else right now, so I won't be entering. I am however going to follow this thread with interest, I hope there will be some open discussion, maybe even news too about how the game is progressing. Some might think the premise is evil, but I think a game is a game: may the most deviant and the smartest triumph.
edit: Fuuuuu...the more I think about the game, the more I want to enter. Just because the game seems like a possible playground for a ton of fun. Crap...
Just to make sure: does this: "You can PM me and ask if a particular code part is valid. I will simply give a yes or no. " <-mean that questions are asked in a form such as "Person X told me "this part of the code is a part of Deus Ex complete code, is this true?" or "Person X gave me this part of the code, is this a part of an actual game code (any game code) or did he just make up letters?"
If the validations don't mean giving out, what game the code part is for, then it would be interesting (and random) and then I guess I could enter after all. Maybe just to see, if I can get at least one game and test my skills. wpegg, based on this, do you think I'm legit to enter? Like I said, there really isn't anything I _really_ want in the game list, the fact that might make me disqualified to enter. I'd be in mainly because of the nature of the game itself.
One more edit: The reason I asked about the validation process, is that I want to know what actions I'd be able to do before immediately being condemned as a scammer in the game. I whole-heartedly think that players should use only legitimate code parts in their trades and not make up their own "code parts" using random letters, but I also do not think that the players should be able to determine a certain player mischievous, by simply asking wpegg if the person in question is lying. I think a scenario, where a person X is openly trading a Robin Hood part genuinely thinking it's a Thief 1 part, would be hilarious.
...or even trading a Robin Hood part 2 thinking it's Robin Hood part 1.
When the game codes are redeemed by a player, is the full, now useless code revealed to all players?
Post edited March 24, 2012 by DProject