Notpron2?

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1€/month for Notpron2? (read first post below first)

Yes.
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49%
Too much...
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6%
I would, just the payment procedure is too difficult (or so...).
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25%
Wouldn't pay for it, never!
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21%
 
Total votes: 160

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aic2276
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Post by aic2276 » 06-11-2005 05:02

Come on people, start voting if you're having fun with it.
@DavidM - are you testing the waters because you've already got a lot more ideas, or will this be a level every 2 - 3 week thing?

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Kamerolifant
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Post by Kamerolifant » 06-11-2005 11:10

Sorry, I say no - because you tend not to keep your promises.

I paid for your book (which should contain ALL answers of ALL levels) - and you never completed it. I received the version up to -18, and you never updated it.

If I pay an euro / month - what guarantees that you'll keep updating it? I don't care about the money, but if I pay for something (ie. I'm looking forward to a new notpron) and after 2 weeks you'll stop updating - it's a waste.

Sorry, you're not getting my money until you keep your promises...

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Post by 12.Nitro » 06-11-2005 22:35

I voted yes, but I'd still be concerned about cheaters. The accounts wouldn't solve all problems...

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Post by Shenmue » 06-11-2005 23:04

If I ever solve notpron 1 I will pay it. It's not like it is expensive.

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Post by meep98324 » 06-11-2005 23:40

I wouldn't worry about cheaters. If the people are dedicated enough to notpron to pay for it, they wouldn't look for spoilers in the first place.

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Post by 12.Nitro » 06-11-2005 23:45

Unfortunately, that's not what other online games have been telling us.

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Post by xoALLYox » 07-11-2005 01:22

i don't know how much that's worth in american money...That might get confusing with different currency and stuff.. i'll go check how much thtat is in US money

edit: 1 euro equals about $1.18 in american money...that's pretty cheap
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Post by meep98324 » 07-11-2005 01:25

It's about $1.20, unless our economy continues to crumble...

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Post by frkyjenn » 07-11-2005 01:27

*chuckles*

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Post by xoALLYox » 07-11-2005 01:46

:lol: the site i went to said 1.18, but whatever, its probably an old site or something that was made before we un-crumbled :D

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aic2276
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Post by aic2276 » 07-11-2005 02:29

It changes daily. Right now it's at 1.19.

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Post by meep98324 » 07-11-2005 03:10

I see, so if David ends up making the riddle, you just pay for it when the exchange rate is at its best. :p

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JM
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Post by JM » 07-11-2005 17:52

Sigh...
Still financially dependent...

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Post by xoALLYox » 08-11-2005 00:10

meep98324 wrote: I see, so if David ends up making the riddle, you just pay for it when the exchange rate is at its best. :p


:lol: Yes, I'll keep an eye on that unsettled exchange rate....:eek:

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Post by SideshowErk » 08-11-2005 21:40

I voted no.. and then I realised, hey, I WOULD pay, as soon as I'm finished with all the free notpron-thingies! :) And as long as the payment method takes less thinking than putting on socks with a dislocated shoulder!

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