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Dear Game Developers

Postby dreamwarrior254 » Sun Jan 24, 2016 5:48 pm

When are you going to do something to save this game? No expansions since 2014. Vague hints dropped but no definite posts about the next release date. We have showed you loyalty for over 6 years now. When will you do the same and give us something to keep playing for?
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby Norse Maiden » Sun Jan 24, 2016 7:01 pm

There are so many that want to see Dream World thrive and grow. Dedicated players who have spent hours and resources making this game feel like home. Please consider new expansions and updates. We may be fewer in number than we once were but our love and dedication to Dream World is strong. Help us keep Dream World alive. Thank you. Sincerely NorseMaiden. Dedicated player from the very beginning.
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby jamie7121 » Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:56 pm

Some of the players who have left the game would return for new expansions/updates and particularly uncapping level/stats. Its not rocket Science, its simple. At the very least post us your intentions for the Game so that we know where we stand!
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby SlimShady22 » Sun Jan 24, 2016 10:30 pm

Dear Developers,
If you install more updates and revamp this game, you just might restore this beloved game to it's former glory. Don't just give stuff to the max leveler's, bring more stuff to the mid-level players too! I stopped playing this game a few years ago because it got boring, I started up recently and it got boring again. I have made SO many friends around the world by playing this game, if we were to meet in real-life, we would probably greet each other like we're family, because we ARE family. This game means a huge deal to a lot of players...it's a release, it's a break from real-life, it's a breath of fresh (not so much anymore) air, and it's one of the few games that is worth playing because it's so unique and cool. Make this game great again.

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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby admin » Mon Feb 01, 2016 6:52 am

Yes, we are aware we have not had a chance to add a new expansion/update to the game for a while. However, keep in mind the game has been running indeed for 6+ years, which double the life expectancy of most browser games on average, and we had over dozen expansions over these years. Also, unlike large publishers that shutdowns their old game and forces players into their new games, we will keep the game running as long as there is a player base that can sustain the server, and will continue to plan and run all events as before. This doesn't mean there will be no more new updates in the future, it just means we do not have the resource to plan and create new expansions, yet. There are many great suggestions we would like to consider for further improving the game when we can (financially) justify of freeing the development resources to do so, ranging from item crafting to adding more features to towns.

We will increase the level cap once we have 30 players on this server reach the top level (106), so more players can reach the top for once. In the meantime, we will increase the item enhance hard cap from 1000 to 1200 so the capped players still have something to work on. Stat uncapping will not happen unfortunately as it breaks the game balance.
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby juansoka » Mon Feb 01, 2016 10:53 am

the thing is some players want more food before they finish their plate - some want more attribute but i only see a handful of players with max attributes some wants new places to explore but few are at max lv - it makes no sense to go backwards in this game and make new content for lower levels.
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby dreamwarrior254 » Mon Feb 01, 2016 3:17 pm

Thank you for increasing the cap on our gear. It is appreciated. Now for the possibility of invading the Alien Homeworld suggestion made years ago...
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby Bovolt » Sat Feb 13, 2016 4:23 pm

admin wrote:Yes, we are aware we have not had a chance to add a new expansion/update to the game for a while. However, keep in mind the game has been running indeed for 6+ years, which double the life expectancy of most browser games on average, and we had over dozen expansions over these years. Also, unlike large publishers that shutdowns their old game and forces players into their new games, we will keep the game running as long as there is a player base that can sustain the server, and will continue to plan and run all events as before. This doesn't mean there will be no more new updates in the future, it just means we do not have the resource to plan and create new expansions, yet. There are many great suggestions we would like to consider for further improving the game when we can (financially) justify of freeing the development resources to do so, ranging from item crafting to adding more features to towns.

We will increase the level cap once we have 30 players on this server reach the top level (106), so more players can reach the top for once. In the meantime, we will increase the item enhance hard cap from 1000 to 1200 so the capped players still have something to work on. Stat uncapping will not happen unfortunately as it breaks the game balance.


I fully appreciate the fact that you're keeping the game going after all these years.

Kind of a catch 22 with the financial situation. You'll get more players if you make new content, but you won't make content unless you get more financially contributing players.
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby Maria » Sat Feb 13, 2016 7:17 pm

Thanks for the temp update - its helped to get a few high level players re-enthused, and knowing there may be more on the way for all players in future is great
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Re: Dear Game Developers

Postby Arctica » Thu Mar 17, 2016 3:36 pm

admin wrote:Yes, we are aware we have not had a chance to add a new expansion/update to the game for a while. However, keep in mind the game has been running indeed for 6+ years, which double the life expectancy of most browser games on average, and we had over dozen expansions over these years. Also, unlike large publishers that shutdowns their old game and forces players into their new games, we will keep the game running as long as there is a player base that can sustain the server, and will continue to plan and run all events as before. This doesn't mean there will be no more new updates in the future, it just means we do not have the resource to plan and create new expansions, yet. There are many great suggestions we would like to consider for further improving the game when we can (financially) justify of freeing the development resources to do so, ranging from item crafting to adding more features to towns.

We will increase the level cap once we have 30 players on this server reach the top level (106), so more players can reach the top for once. In the meantime, we will increase the item enhance hard cap from 1000 to 1200 so the capped players still have something to work on. Stat uncapping will not happen unfortunately as it breaks the game balance.


Double the average life expectancy...... seriously I can name 2 web browser games which yes are like Dream World you can pay to play or play for free which have been going on now for over a decade, and both still add new stuff every year well one does, the other which has even a smaller player base then Dream World maybe about 70 active people if that and the devs there update the game every 3 months.

The level cap increase will only keep those at level 106 happy for a very short amount of time seeing it takes less exp from level 100+ then it did to get to level 100, make the levels hard to get to not easier.
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