TDC is full of cocks who sign up with multiple new accounts just to vote on their own game, so what needs to be added is a filter that stops anyone who hasn't been here for more than, say, a week, or has less than a certain number of points, from entering the poll. Probably won't stop it completely but I bet it'd help.
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9th April, 2005 at 6:31:59 PM -
please note that the last time there was cheating, it was to stop the ridiculously stupid idea of circy's to put the same game, different version in the running yet again. The reason? "It deserves a second chance." Apparently even games that succeeded in their FIRST chance still get seccond ones! You learn something new everyday.
yea, but u could still create all those extra accounts a week before u submit your game . Cheating is for losers that can't win anyway. Winning for real is much more satisfying than cheating and winning
Me too has a problem, Because when I get my game as an option to be voted, I just curious to know how many votes I got, But I can't vote for my game... I have to wait one week until I could discover!
What happens anyway if I vote my own game? Do I get an angry message or something? Do I get executed? Does cops knock on my door telling me I have to be in jail? Does voting my game is actually a secret button for getting a cherry flavored pie with choclate cream on top?
I just want to know what actually happen if I try to vote my on game for the Game Of The Week competition.
I also suggest you to make the result visable to the people that has a game of the week nomination or at least make a view results for people who don't want to vote, because I'm afraid of God and I'm basically afraid of anyone here and don't want to be blaimed for doing these horrible mistakes. Also, make alittle candy jar at the front of the page so visitor could chew something while they surf the site.