Frauduland nature of the game

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Frauduland nature of the game Status: Please read our response

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Fix the computer programme;
Where does it say that when you commence war against a computer controlled country that it cannot be defeated! Several times I have reduced the war index of a computer controlled country to 2.8. Destroying everything, cities, weapons, etc. There has been nothing left to destroy and yet the index remains on 2.8. Another glitch with the program is the non compliance with selling goods to your own corporations. The system just freezes. Fix the problems or financially compensate victims of this fraudulent system. Extracting finances from enterprises and corporations is nigh on impossible. Investment capital is simply non refundable contrary to any express notices.

18 gamers voted for the proposal.
23 gamers voted against the proposal.

The proposal has been REJECTED.

W3Creative reaction:

We are now also reacting to some rejected proposals. This one is outrageous.
Wars against C3 countries are won all the time. Many such wars are conducted every day and won easily.
If you can?t win, you probably do not know how. This is exactly why you need to win wars against C3 countries to move to higher game levels.

Game levels are now based on what you are able to do and we have many players who reached the highest war levels.

As to selling goods to your corporations: it is used every day many times and nothing freezes.
There are probably many errors in the game, but if this is one, it was never reported to us.

The last sentence is unclear.

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