Your account must be at least a month old and have 50 posts to request a freebie here. The onus is shared between the giver (not to give) and the requester (not to ask).
Mr E wrote: »
Shoot, Gilberto. Open to suggestions.
Nolars wrote: »
100 post minimum posts to stop new users just coming for the codes.
o1s1n wrote: »
1000 post minimum to be honest...:pac:
Dravokivich wrote: »
There was one lad who took the piss a fair few weeks back asking everyone for loads of things.
Lamposts wrote: »
hehehe. I'm hardly going to play 51 games now am I?
McSasquatch wrote: »
I can understand people not wanting to have their codes snapped up by lurkers, but if someone is excluded because of arbitrary criteria, they're not as likely to offer up their own codes here, are they?
AlmightyCushion wrote: »
I like the "first to quote this post gets it" idea someone threw out above. Stops you getting inundated with PMs and stops it getting snapped up by people who don't even use the site.
McSasquatch wrote: »
Yeah, it makes sense. In fact, first person to quote this post can have my spare copy of Frozen Synapse. N.B. would prefer you only take it if you are familiar with the game and want to play it, rather than you just being a freebie whore :pac:
ionapaul wrote: »
I'll take it if you still have it - want to see what all the fuss is about.
Potential-Monke wrote: »
- Freeze out for someone who got a code for 1 week, ie: cannot ask for another code for a week if you have just got one/QUOTE]
I really like that idea (I would have fallen foul of it myself but its still a great idea). Not only does it stop code-trawling by those just swooping in and back out after getting what they wanted but it forces those looking for a code to ask themselves if the game is really something they will play as they risk shutting themselves out from something they may want later on and I think I can speak for most when I say game hoarders who don't actually play the damn games piss me right off.
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