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Posted: Jun 1st 2009 6:06PM (Unverified) said

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i live that even kids can find glitches! love it!

Posted: Jun 1st 2009 6:28PM TheJackman said

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I am just happy they not banning the kids that do this.... Same Fusionfall need more Dexter and Deedee ;)

Posted: Jun 1st 2009 6:58PM (Unverified) said

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Same thing is happening in Free Realms. But the forums move (delete?) the pictures and threads soon after they are posted. Shame, because it is kind of neat seeing "behind the scenes", as it were. Hopefully nobody is banned, as they aren't doing anything illegal other than finding ways to climb/jump outside the game world. And climbing up the mountains and finding hidden areas/tokens is actually part of the Adventurer job anyway! Don't blame the users if the devs don't test the game for such things, as any decent quality assurance people should easily catch these things before release.


Posted: Jun 2nd 2009 12:05AM drunkenpandaren said

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Remember that one guy in your guild who'd be all "Hey guys /who me!" and you do it only to find out that he's in Old Ironforge or on the top of Mount Hyjal? Or maybe showing a friend the staircase that lead to nowhere and just ended out in the Loch, the dancing troll village and beta Outlands. Those were good times.

Posted: Jun 2nd 2009 11:04AM (Unverified) said

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hopefully game designers take a cue from this. encouraging players to do things they enjoy (exploration and achievement) are good things! when MMO worlds grow to the scale that over 50% of the environment is procedurally-generated (or 100% in the case of the Love MMO) this exploration/screenshotting will be a fun pastime for many players.

Posted: Jun 2nd 2009 11:17AM Brendan Drain said

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Agreed. The reason MMOs are successful is because they give players something they want. If players demonstrate a need to explore and get into places they shouldn't be, why not make that a part of the game? I know I would play an MMO centred around exploration, I'm sure there are other people that would too.
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Posted: Jun 2nd 2009 9:48PM (Unverified) said

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Wow.... in a few years time, it won't be teenagers creating viruses and hacking into peoples credit cards.... it would be 10 year old kids doing it!

What a age I live in......

Then again Fusionfall could of just built a diffrent server to hold all theses testings if they wanted to keep it so secret.

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