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Jag har två kompisar som söker lägenhet från Januari. Kommer du åt det här eventet?

https://www.facebook.com/events/352962604886482/

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Inspired by http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=63809 (vimeo: http://vimeo.com/101814775)

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Aww. I guess let me know when you're open in the UK.

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I don't really think answer #2 is aimed at lurkers, but rather people who contribute edits for their own gain rather than to be helpful.

No need to get upset, move along.

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It's a joke. The recently released dungeon keeper is a ridiculously pay-or-wait game. See the escapist article on the same: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/editorials/rev...

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The Swedish Pirate Party definitely campaigns heavily on those issues, and less on "sharing culture". It took a few years for them to get through that phase.

I guess the UK Pirate Party is in need of more members who care about these issues?

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According to Tim Rogers[1] in-app purchases are already being regulated in Japan. As far as I understand it there must be a finite number of purchases, leading to a "maximum spend" per title, which can be shown in-store.

Not sure how this ties in with that, but it seems several companies are also self-regulating by imposing a spending-limit based on the customers age[2].

[1] https://twitter.com/108/status/292004594555449345

[2] http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/169254/report_social_gami...

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Complete gacha is forbidden. Not the max number of purchases. The spending limits for minors are self regulated. Also see this doc from gree what complete gacha is: https://docs.developer.gree.net/zh/assets/file/doc/en/Exampl...

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We did something similar and actually ended up finding a confusing hotspot. Turned out to be a ledge where people could clip through a fence and fall to their deaths.

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That's not to imply it wasn't helpful. Just that once we knocked out all of the low-hanging fruit the map turned into an indication of where people played. Remaining crashes weren't related to location or content.

The first pass actually had a nice grid pattern on the map that was where ambient audio emitters happened to overlap. Something about the transition between two ambients emitters was falling over.

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I usually recommend supergenpass to friends for this particular reason.

Some prefer stuff like keepass that let's them store everything - i'm happier to rely on an algorithm.

Key point is to make using different passwords in different places really simple, so that people do it.

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It seems like a Wii U -like device would be a great match for Windows 8. Or just a desktop-tablet combo, working together seamlessly.

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