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« on: December 07, 2008, 05:36:03 am »

Guidelines For Forum Games

1. In Making A Thread(Game) - Make Sure It Isn't Already Done

Simply put, this means, if you want to make a game where you say a word and someone has to put the first thing that comes to mind, you will see one already made called Word Association. So to ease up on multiple threads, just post in the game that is already made.

2. In Making A Thread(Game) - Make Sure The Game Can Be Workable

This means, make sure your game can be played by multiple players.

           Good Example: Confessional

           Bad Example: Food Fight

3. Keep Game Play Clean and Friendly.
This one is obvious. When playing a game, keep it as friendly as possible. If someone makes a comment that you don't agree with or that seems overly mean to you in someway, then let one of the staff know.

4.Please Do Not Multi - Post

What this guideline means is simple. If you post a response in a thread, or make a new game and no one has yet answered, do not go and respond to yourself. Give the people a chance to see it and then go from there. If you need to respond to yourself, please use the Modify Button, in the top right hand corner of your message. It is not only a great tool for yourself but it also helps out the staff in cleaning up after it.

Thank you in advance and as always, have fun and happy Simming

eta .. when the games get up to 1000 replies, they will be pruned!

Post count is turned off in this section, that way people won't get upset when threads are pruned and their count goes down
« Last Edit: December 16, 2008, 02:56:37 pm by Ali » Logged

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