posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 01:05 AM
reply to post by bubbles22
Bubbles I like you. It was nice in chat with you. I think this game is hard for most of us who do not run numbers codes and look at source codes, that
seemed a bit much for me too. The clues are vague and no one really tells you if the leads you offer are good. Well there are a few who do. I noticed
your contributions to the game and pointed out that I saw them. I think people take these games way too seriously. It does become tedious after a
while because we are expected to look at source codes. There must be people sending U2U messages while working on this.
The game is a narrative, and the narrative has taken a back seat to source code hunting. That takes any fun out of what is supposed to be a narrative
game and the people who are finding the code sources don't talk about the narrative of the game. Why were we even given a narrative if it is about
code sources? There are so many references to other things in pop culture but we have to ignore them because they are not in the html. I played this
evening because today I was so bored looking at code sources.It seems as though the clues are put there every few hours when we get close to solving
it.Anyway, I understand your frustration with this game. I think it is strange that people will say "No, that's not a good clue" and then find the
clue, like they already knew what it was. That is not sharing information. There should have been no prize, I think. Some of us were playing for fun
but some people do think this is their playground and we can't play in their sandbox.