Feedback Request: Dream Match Tennis Online v0.94 Beta

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Bimboosoft, Oct 20, 2005.

  1. DMTLover

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    Would it be possible for the pro version to have a online tournament? As in people signing up and then the draw can be posted on the website so each registered player knows who to play against. Unless you guys have more sophisticated ways. It would definitely add a extra dimension to the game.
    Is it possible to have other pay methods as well. I don't have a creditcard and I was wondering if something like Paypal is suitable too?
     
  2. Bimboosoft

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    The tournament mode might be added in the future version.

    We accept PayPal, but it is available via email only.

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  3. sabzi88

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    having problems

    hey bimboosoft, wondering wat to do cos it wont let me login to the online lobby anymore and im a registered user. apparentyl my friend thkns its because it thinks im already logged in. i think so 2 because it happnd to my friend aswell.
     
  4. DMTLover

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    Just wanted to know when the pro version will come out approximately.
    Can you give us a bit more detail about what to expect? And are you guys in the process of finding a big publisher? Because it's a great game and there aren't enough people around.
     
  5. mray

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    Great update Bimboosoft!
    DMTLOVER..I'm online now if you want a game!!!
     
  6. Bimboosoft

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    The release date of Pro version is uncertain, since we don't have a deadline and regard quality as important.
    It may be 2 to 6 months.

    We found a publisher, however it's a German local version of DMT.
    We are not searching for a publisher of Pro version yet.

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  7. sabzi88

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    martin

    martin! howz it goin. i sent u that money in a chek. nick sed u got it! would really appreciate it if u replied bak asap! let me knw if u want a game aswell!
     
  8. sabzi88

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    hey dmt

    are their gonna b any updates??? pro version? new players. plz can u giv us sumthing?!
     
  9. zipply

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    Open Letter to all the people who ask my registr code

    Eight times online now I've been asked for my registration code by other players, so they "can play with a different character." Please heed me when I say:

    Shut Up. Shut the Hell Up. Shut the &*#@! up and play,
    or go the $%*@ away.

    Stop asking others for registration codes.

    Go buy one, or another one. Stop your petty thievery.

    Again:

    SHUT UP AND DON'T ASK OTHER PLAYERS FOR REGISTRATION CODES.

    For everybody else, this post obviously doesn't apply to you.
     
  10. mray

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    Glad to see you haven't relented and given it out.

    I've been asked the same thing, and I tell them to buy the game. After all the effort that has been, and is still being put into the game by the developer, it's the least people can do.

    Bimboosoft are probably making nothing out of it anyway, so they certainly don't deserve to be robbed as well!!
     

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