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#1 Re: Game Discussion » Back after 8 months of inactivity » 2018-08-23 23:34:49

guardtown. I used to be active here in december. I was in the celebration.

#7 Re: Game Discussion » Why's Everybody Edits down? » 2017-12-27 20:29:19

EE is still down for me, even with perfect loader ):

#8 Re: Game Business » Everybody Edits's Short-Term Plan » 2017-12-27 06:42:53

kaj93 wrote:

We all know EE is dead. We just don't want to acknowledge it. You might bring it back, but to do that, you will need to make a HTML5 port (No Unity). And a release on Android and iOS.

mr. wisey wise guy is here to be negative again and wisen us and to say that we all believe that ee is dead

#9 Re: Game Business » Everybody Edits's Short-Term Plan » 2017-12-27 05:32:23

I hope lrussel stays. He's a cool guy to have around.
Also, we will be having 2 new campaigns in the span of a little bit over a week? yay

#10 Re: Game Discussion » It's time, to let this good old Flash game rest. » 2017-12-27 04:49:15

skullz17 wrote:
guardtown wrote:
skullz17 wrote:
guardtown wrote:
jkdrip wrote:

Without a community with which to play other people's levels and share your own, what is EE?

I'm saying that EE with only the neutral community (the people who just play levels and never really talk) is a great game. Drama is never, ever good for a game's success.

How do you measure success? Because EE's numbers are terrible. And numbers don't lie.

by success i meant not completely crashing. it's obvious that this game is pretty much broken at this point, like a heavily cracked piece of glass. But if we have all this drama stop, the glass won't break into a million shards.

How can you call a heavily cracked piece of glass a great game? It's objectively bad. And drama is not the reason that the game is bad. The game being bad is the reason for drama.

The game, in it's current state, is a heavily cracked piece of glass.
And how in the world, without the community, is everybody edits by itself bad?

#11 Re: Game Discussion » It's time, to let this good old Flash game rest. » 2017-12-27 01:17:49

skullz17 wrote:
guardtown wrote:
jkdrip wrote:
guardtown wrote:

No.
A lot of you guys are judging the game based on the community and the past. Everybody edits without drama is a great game.

Without a community with which to play other people's levels and share your own, what is EE?

I'm saying that EE with only the neutral community (the people who just play levels and never really talk) is a great game. Drama is never, ever good for a game's success.

How do you measure success? Because EE's numbers are terrible. And numbers don't lie.

by success i meant not completely crashing. it's obvious that this game is pretty much broken at this point, like a heavily cracked piece of glass. But if we have all this drama stop, the glass won't break into a million shards.

#12 Re: Game Discussion » It's time, to let this good old Flash game rest. » 2017-12-27 01:07:28

jkdrip wrote:
guardtown wrote:

No.
A lot of you guys are judging the game based on the community and the past. Everybody edits without drama is a great game.

Without a community with which to play other people's levels and share your own, what is EE?

I'm saying that EE with only the neutral community (the people who just play levels and never really talk) is a great game. Drama is never, ever good for a game's success.

#13 Re: Game Discussion » It's time, to let this good old Flash game rest. » 2017-12-27 00:57:43

No.
A lot of you guys are judging the game based on the community and the past. Everybody edits without drama is a great game.

#14 Re: Game Discussion » Why is Everybody Edits dead? Discussion Topic, Proofs, Artifacts » 2017-12-26 19:07:24

I'm staying. I just joined, and I have giant fun. Sure, a lot of veterans and pros are starting to leave, but that leaves noobs. I imagine the game will then go through this horror phase, where hook jumps are way more common, there is 350% more luck, and invisible blocks are the new basic brick.
But, after that nightmarish era, there will be a low amount of levels. The levels will be of decent quality, as there are no idiots that place invisible blocks/hook jumps, but there are no veterans to make great levels. The noobs will have left, and all that is left of the playerbase is just people like me, who like the game too much to leave the game, despite how bad it has gotten.
Over years, the game loses popularity. Soon enough, it dies and there are around 10 people that still play. The game is dead at this point, there is no point in updating it.

#15 Re: Game Discussion » When did this become commonplace » 2017-12-26 18:57:56

N1KF wrote:
guardtown wrote:

I think all forms of sharing your religious beliefs deserve to be censored.

Woah, what's happening to this forum? This forum barely cared about religion at all and now people are openly calling for censorship of opinions. I'm kind of surprised at all of this.

All controversial opinions by definition create conflict. Should we censor all controversial opinions? No, that would be silly! The world is better off when we have people of all sorts of odd beliefs.
Oh, sorry if you misunderstood me, I meant to say that sharing religious beliefs in general should be censored. Sorry if I sounded a bit harsh to you. Yes, the world is better off with people that have weird beliefs, it's what innovation is. However, if someone shares their idea, it could cause conflict. I don't mean to say sharing your beliefs to other people is abuse, I think that the world is better off without sharing beliefs. Whether the world is better off with people who share, or people who don't share, is such a dilemma.

If everybody just keeps to themselves, no conflict will happen. For example, AK712's world spreads it's beliefs, and you know what conflict that has caused (this thread). That's why me, and so many other people are angry towards AK712, he broke the peace.

Why are you blaming AK712? AK712's world did not cause this topic—the people posting here did. People who read this topic will either stubbornly stick to their own opinions as always, or reconsider and become wiser. I know that responding to this topic has given me joy since I've been given the chance to think out and express my opinions.
And why is this thread here? Someone got upset over AK712's world, and made a post about this. That post caused conflict. Sure, you could say it was the poster's fault, but he was just trying to spread the news, even if it was news that shouldn't spread. People have opinions that they stick to because they think it's right, be it a bad or good opinion. You don't automatically become wiser when you reconsider. Does anyone become wiser by reconsidering their opinion on ISIS?

I can't speak for everybody, but I think the community in general is better off with this topic.
I wouldn't say so. This isn't a discuss/debate forum, it's a forum for EE (which is also not a debate/discussion game), so both of these sites should have no religious content on it, unless it's in the off-topic section in the forums.

He isn't referencing to AK712's world, he's referencing to some of the replies on this thread.

Oh, okay. That makes sense.

#16 Re: Game Discussion » When did this become commonplace » 2017-12-26 01:14:59

N1KF wrote:

I thought I was really pro-censorship for this community, but I guess I have some competition. Let's take a look at RavaTroll's post:

RavaTroll wrote:

Teaching kids religions is wrong as they do not have the ability to understand it - some adults don't have that ability as well you might add.

Modern morality is based on religion in many ways, and young children can't fully understand morality. Every single good parent has told their child what's right and what's wrong. And if children resist, the parents push it because deep inside, they know that obeying your parents is what's right. You can't avoid religious morals.

Let's assume for a moment that no deities exist. What exactly, is the problem with believing in something that doesn't exist? There is nothing wrong with believing in something that doesn't exist. He never said that.The only effects of religious belief are on the believer. Yes, but if the believer tries to spread their beliefs, conflict will be created.If these effects are positive, is there anything wrong with that? I'm still waiting for somebody to explain here why Christianity in particular should be censored. Who said only christianity should be censored? I think all forms of sharing your religious beliefs deserve to be censored. If everybody just keeps to themselves, no conflict will happen. For example, AK712's world spreads it's beliefs, and you know what conflict that has caused (this thread). That's why me, and so many other people are angry towards AK712, he broke the peace.


Simply put, abusing people's inability to form an opinion based on an actual intellectual and spiritual reasoning is wrong and is, well, abuse.

Where exactly do these users do this? I'm familiar with AK712's world, which doesn't seem to fall under your description, so I'm assuming it's the other. I can't run the game on this computer so I would appreciate an explanation.
He isn't referencing to AK712's world, he's referencing to some of the replies on this thread.

And abuse should not be allowed in any game.

You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

You could say he's abusing abuse.

#17 Re: Game Discussion » When did this become commonplace » 2017-12-25 21:51:55

RavaTroll wrote:

Teaching kids religions is wrong as they do not have the ability to understand it - some adults don't have that ability as well you might add.
Simply put, abusing people's inability to form an opinion based on an actual intellectual and spiritual reasoning is wrong and is, well, abuse.
And abuse should not be allowed in any game.

well said, well said...

#18 Re: Game Discussion » Why are the Advent Calendar levels so hard » 2017-12-25 21:32:38

LukeM wrote:
guardtown wrote:

FroZone puzzle is hard because it is very easy to slip up and lose all your progress. New players shouldn't have to deal with Thin dot tricks.

The hard bit is working out what to do though, once you know it doesnt take long to get back to where you were

You're correct, but for players who have bad reflexes, it can get really frustrating to do the level; and when you get frustrated, you perform worse.

#19 Re: Game Discussion » Why are the Advent Calendar levels so hard » 2017-12-25 21:21:47

FroZone puzzle is hard because it is very easy to slip up and lose all your progress. New players shouldn't have to deal with Thin dot tricks.

#20 Re: Questions and Answers » Game wont load » 2017-12-22 16:49:01

It just started working (: im going to lock this thread now

#21 Re: Questions and Answers » Game wont load » 2017-12-21 00:23:32

"You could try PMing showpath on the forums"
Yes, and he told me to pm him on kongregate.
"Have you tried entering the game's Kongregate iframe via inspect?"
what??? i dont know how to do that

#22 Questions and Answers » Game wont load » 2017-12-21 00:17:04

guardtown
Replies: 8

Everybody edits (on kongregate) isn't loading for me, and I can't use the offical website because I haven't transferred and the private messaging feature on kongregate isn't working for me so I can't message showpath to transfer my account to over there. This has to do with the game itself and not my flash player because both of the sites use flash and everybody edits.com works fine, while the other doesn't.
What happens is that after the upgrade to Kongplus message, a white rectangle appears for a split second and then it's black.
Please, reply quick. I have a ~40 day streak and I fear I may lose it. ):<

#23 Questions and Answers » How do I use my kongregate acc for the official website? » 2017-11-15 07:30:59

guardtown
Replies: 6

The adds on kongregate are really annoying, and the website for EE seems nicer. How do I put my kongregate EE account in to the EE website?

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