I got the email at the end, and wish to give out my points, but there's nothing that shows up in the empire screen like it typically does in Normal Anonymity games. Nothing past the "give player money"...
I have played with people that have been fantastic players at the game, regardless if we were allies or not, and I would like to invite them to join in future games.
Being able to have a sort of buddies list would be super.
However now one is simply in the game with two stars left and is feeding the other with all their science and banking funds. Does someone really have time to play a game which they're completely out just to hand over funds to the other in a 4/24? I'm confused.
Also, in a different note has the AI been completely adjusted? In the same game the AI was completely overpowered and trading between themselves at a crazy rate, creating patches of unenterable zones that are just to hard to attempt to take over, their weapons were nearly double all of the other non-npcs, and never saw anything like it.
In my very first game there were three of eight accounts i highly suspect of being played by a single player. Well, one of those won but i made second place, and personally i consider that a victory :-)
It seems to happen less often in premium games, so that might be a route to consider.
I posted this on reddit, but not sure if the devs check that, maybe you guys can give feedback here a little better.
I think it should be optional to allow other users to join and take the place of AI. Basically when someone leaves the person closest has a huge advantage to take over everything that person was playing, and most often ruins play-ability for the rest of the players.
If you're involved in a really tight game and someone leaves it's huge waste almost to continue it... All the games I've played so far, the winner was the person closest to the afk and could quickly absorb the player..
With the option for a new player to join in it would make things still interesting for everyone else and not leave a gaping hole.
Obviously the exploit would be someone from the same game to join and hook yourself up, so in that case simply disallow the same IP address.
Sad to say, I think the only real solution is a decent AI. It will never match a human (unless Jay can get government funding for a Deep Blue style supercomputer) but it should still make humans fear it.
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