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  1. MR CHILLED

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    A game for parents with little ones. Might even be educational :lol:

    The Rabbids invade space, and in true Rabbids-style, turn your spaceship upside down! Using blocks of code, you need to give them instructions to clear up the mess they have created. This free educational game is aimed for players from the age of 7 and upwards.

    https://register.ubisoft.com/rabbids-coding/en-AU
     
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    Yep, got it for my boy who's just started to learn scratch coding.
     
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    even though it is for kids i still got it to add to my pile of shame hehe
     
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    What does it matter to you? Does it inconvenience you?

    Please read the thread, already discussed. Whilst there maybe draft up your compliant send it to me and I'll file it in my filing cabinet on the floor :D
     
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  8. Pinkeh

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    We can learn coding!
     
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    and then go work for Chris Roberts?
     
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    Put it this way: in economic terms, the flooding the conversation with links to unattainable deals, and with indiegala links, has a severe depreciating effect on the value of the thread as a whole

    So my question is: what value do you see in posting deals which are not available? Is it a case of "I said it first on a forum full of strangers on the internet"? Or is it something else? I mean, I imagine most people are not clicking the links and then adding dates to their calendars so they can come back in seven days, so what really is the point?
     
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    Incorrect. Fully obtainable.

    In your opinion. Why? For what reason does it devalue the thread? In what way does it inconvenience you? Move past it. Add me to ignore then you have the thread exactly back to the way it was.

    What is the point in posting all these steampowered links? It's severely devaluing the forum :lol:

    Again, incorrect, fully available.

    A small percentage are in "7 days or similar". Have you done a survey of the membership as to what people use and what they dont? So again, how does this inconvenience you? Or are you just bandwagoning/sheeple-ing with the couple of haters/trolls?

    I really just have nfi what you are going on about to be quite honest.
     
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    Its because of Mr Chilled that I revisit this thread. Every post my not be perfect but for me its a great source of information and I value his input. Keep up the good work.
     
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    yeah ive never had an issue with the way Chilled posts in this thread.
     
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    Just ignore the troll mate
     
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    How could you be mad about free stuff
     
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    I appreciate all updates to this thread otherwise it will go the way of the dodo.
     
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    Your time & efforts to keep this thread alive is highly appreciated. Please continue..
     
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    You know what?

    I'm going to go right ahead and retract my above comments.

    Chilled, I apologise for my words, chief. I took a tiny piece of my frustrations and sleep deprivation and stress from the last nine months out on you in this thread, and I was outta line.

    I've even grabbed some of this indiegala links, so I'm not really sure what part of my brain that came from.
     
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