Major changes to notpron and its ending

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Caine the Cat
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Re: Major changes to notpron and its ending

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Dang... Just saw this post today and I have to say that despite being grateful for the experience I'm still upset that it's over.

My friend introduced me to Notpron earlier this year and we tried to solve it together. We made it all the way to Kappa and despite our best efforts, it kept us held for months. It really sucks that we made it so so close to the end just working together, and now we won't have the pleasure of making it to the true end. Even after the announcement was made I was still too swept up in trying to solve it before I could even notice.

It was a fun few months getting to know and love this puzzle. Don't know if we'll have the drive to finish what's left now that there's no longer any real reason to do so, but it was great while it lasted. Congrats on all the years of success and great job to all of the tremendous people who made Notpron what it was.
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Re: Major changes to notpron and its ending

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Caine the Cat wrote: 03-12-2020 19:22 Dang... Just saw this post today and I have to say that despite being grateful for the experience I'm still upset that it's over.

My friend introduced me to Notpron earlier this year and we tried to solve it together. We made it all the way to Kappa and despite our best efforts, it kept us held for months. It really sucks that we made it so so close to the end just working together, and now we won't have the pleasure of making it to the true end. Even after the announcement was made I was still too swept up in trying to solve it before I could even notice.

It was a fun few months getting to know and love this puzzle. Don't know if we'll have the drive to finish what's left now that there's no longer any real reason to do so, but it was great while it lasted. Congrats on all the years of success and great job to all of the tremendous people who made Notpron what it was.
When you solve Lambda, you still officially finish! The only difference is there is no certificate, you can still leave your moral :)
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Re: Major changes to notpron and its ending

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<3

I'm sad that I now will never get the certificate, but I'm thankful to have the chance to still solve the other remaining levels. Thank you all for your great work!
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Re: Major changes to notpron and its ending

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All good things must come to an end. Still, with that being said, I'm pretty sad about this. For the past four years, I have played Notpron on and off, hoping to one day reach the end. Since high school, it's been my goal to get the certificate. I was super excited about level Nu, which looked to be a remote viewing level. Knowing that I'll never get to do that level now or get the certificate is a bit sad, though I understand the reasons behind it. I think I just need some time to process things.

Thank you for the game and the years of frustration, satisfaction, and knowledge it has brought me. I'll still try my best to get to the end, even if it takes another four years to do so :wink:
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