OS X Share a good game

Dirtyharry50

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May 17, 2012
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Hmm, spread love through their world by killing an enemy army. If only war could always be so sweet and all about love.

Anyway, a 10 dollar game with in-app purchases that are not explained or detailed on the Mac App Store page is an instant no for me, even when given the base game for free. There's exceptions to every rule of course and for me that would include expansion and DLC content for a AAA or very highly regarded Indie games perhaps. I won't even consider it for iOS ports or games like them.

Nice of you to offer though but it strikes me a little odd that on release day you create an account to give away codes to a game with in-app purchases. I mean, it is still a nice thing to do and all but are you really a happy beta tester and player of the game that simply came here and made an account to share the joy or are you a developer doing a little thinly veiled marketing for it here? Honestly, my guess would lean toward the latter particularly where it is obvious from the store description and post here that English is a second language in both cases. There is of course absolutely nothing wrong with that in and of itself but tied together with the other clues here perhaps you can understand my perception of this post and offer?
 

beeennn

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Jun 9, 2015
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Hmm, spread love through their world by killing an enemy army. If only war could always be so sweet and all about love.

Anyway, a 10 dollar game with in-app purchases that are not explained or detailed on the Mac App Store page is an instant no for me, even when given the base game for free. There's exceptions to every rule of course and for me that would include expansion and DLC content for a AAA or very highly regarded Indie games perhaps. I won't even consider it for iOS ports or games like them.

Nice of you to offer though but it strikes me a little odd that on release day you create an account to give away codes to a game with in-app purchases. I mean, it is still a nice thing to do and all but are you really a happy beta tester and player of the game that simply came here and made an account to share the joy or are you a developer doing a little thinly veiled marketing for it here? Honestly, my guess would lean toward the latter particularly where it is obvious from the store description and post here that English is a second language in both cases. There is of course absolutely nothing wrong with that in and of itself but tied together with the other clues here perhaps you can understand my perception of this post and offer?
I totally understand what you said. For me, I just wanna earn some free diamonds for my acc. I like strategy game. I like boombeach, but it can't play on my Mac.
 

beeennn

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Jun 9, 2015
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No problem. I like those kind of games but realized it must be for iOS. I still checked Mac App Store to see if for both but no listing of it there.
It has been freed in limited time. Search 'War of Beach' on Mac AppStore, you'll find it.
 
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