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Other board games / Re: [The game] Review
« Last post by Avensis D. on 16/04/19, 09:55pm »
Thank you so much ! Without you I will never have understood the rules of this game!
Other board games / Re: Recommended games
« Last post by Avensis D. on 16/04/19, 09:05pm »
There are a lot of interesting games in this site. Thank you for sharing.
I've done this a few times, where I changed my mind on what I was going to play for my turn and accidentally had more cards selected than needed. (ie: need two gold to collect gold, I had an additional card still selected) and when I picked up the gold it discarded all three cards even though I only needed two.  It would be great if there was a validation procedure to check if there are more cards selected than actually needed.

Yes it is my own fault for having them selected, but it would never happen on a physical version of the game. Online however, it is easy to miss something that was selected and not deselected.

Tutorial, training, online play / Re: Forfeit Option
« Last post by Blackshift on 16/04/19, 02:05pm »
+1 (or rather +10) to the request above.
Seriously, why are we locked in a game once it starts ?

Currently I'm kind of into Keltis Card, and sometimes the start of the game is sooo bad that honestly, all I want to do is say "ok gg, I concede". I know, I know, sometimes if you suffer through a horrible start, you may still end up doing very well. I've won at least once with no wishing stones. But that does not mean I want to suffer through it.

@Jeremy : perhaps you don't want people "forfeiting on you", but what if your opponent is no longer having fun ? Sure, there's your fun lost as well. And I think the board game etiquette IRL is generally to finish games (although it would depend on the particular situation). But there should be the option to "propose to end the game". So that it's bilateral. If both players agree, they can stop.

I'd like to point out that I play >90% of my games against bots. I don't know the stats on the website, but it should certainly be possible to unilaterally stop a game against a bot.

Tutorial, training, online play / Re: Forfeit Option
« Last post by Alex B. on 11/04/19, 11:30pm »
Agreed on the casual option.  Perhaps something like the "training with bots" function, which does not affect one's score.
I was preparing to play against the computer. When I saw that the bot had too low of a score to help me in my quest, I back-paged. This didn't register as a loss, but it did use up my food. Why is that?
Tutorial, training, online play / Re: Forfeit Option
« Last post by Haplo on 11/04/19, 10:56pm »
Happy for your support, Jeremy. I understand that it may be ideal to have people follow through with games until the natural end, but I honestly wouldn't mind having people forfeit early as long as I got the win and the score increase. Especially because this is a competitive platform. I would also like to see an option on Happy Meeple for casual play in which scores do not change. Then people who just want to play a game all the way through for fun only can do so.
Circle The Wagons / Re: Problem with Game Opening
« Last post by Avensis D. on 11/04/19, 09:37pm »
Hi, I noticed this problem too, I hope they will solve it.

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Happy Meeple community / Re: Disturbing message
« Last post by Soomin H. on 10/04/19, 07:49pm »
I thought this was going to be a creepypasta (scary internet story) XD;;;

I'm sorry this happened to you~ Sometimes there are problems with loading screens and reloading might have confused the server, thus prompting this message~ I don't have the authority to change it, but I'm sorry it upset you. Thanks for posting and hopefully the site owner will be able to change it to something else~ ^.^
Happy Meeple community / Disturbing message
« Last post by Marlene H. on 10/04/19, 07:15pm »
I just had an unpleasant experience.  I logged in through the regular log in (not the facebook - don't have facebook).  After about a minute, maybe more, the page had not finished loading.  So I refreshed the page.

This, now, fully loaded the page.  Ok, so now all is good.  I began to decide which game to choose.  Suddenly, another page replaced the the main menu.  It read:


This page was stopped when you opened Happy Meeple in another window.
Please don't open multiple windows!
Happy Meeple login page "

This was disturbing on two counts.
1. I no longer had a window in which to play.
2. I was being scolded for something I didn't do. 

The angry, and falsely accusatory tone of this message is really unpleasant.  I think you could at least remove the exclamation mark at the end of Please don't open multiple windows!.  But a complete rewording of the message, so that it does not immediately presume "guilt", would be much better.

Thank you for your time and your understanding.
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