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I know that I'll miss reading posts from "the happy three-some" aka "E-P-C" or what their secret name might be...
Maybe it would be nice to have a subscription for the occasional puzzler that prefers certain types of puzzles... (like Jigsaws...)?Or a discounted one where you can just pick two more from the four daily subscription only puzzles...?
Maybe this is an idea to think about: two puzzles per account are free every day, and the puzzler picks which two he/she wants to do. This way gareth could figure out people's preferences.
P.S. The puzzles have appeared, but I am still not allowed to play them!!
I wanted to disagree with you only if your regret was based on your age. That's why I asked.There is a famous quote similar to this: If the world ended tomorrow, I'd still play a puzzle today.
That's why a regret not to renew your subscription didn't make sense to me.
Gladly, Gareth offered what I thought, but didn't dare to ask.Instead, I thought about asking to crowd-funding a subscription for you... But that is not necessary anymore. Thank you, Gareth!
First off, I am not angling for a free subscription - just wanted to let Elisabeth she is not alone. I too canceled after having subscribed for many years. the difference is I play just a few on line (Hitori, Hanjii) but prefer to print out and solve with my pencil and eraser (for redo's). My preferred puzzles are infrequent, and the others that I play have accumulated over time.
I wdon't mind paying for just the handful I do play, so at the moment I am playing with the puzzle packs. Between those and the free dailys I have been fine - but I when I run out of puzzle packs I will be back, even if just to build back my supply for printing out.
Elizabeth, I don't know how old you are - I am in my mid-seventies and have enjoyed following your comments over time.
I'd like to buy a Hitori set, preferable big numbers (I don't like those 8x8 very much)
I'm in my 90s lori!!
But there also could be different sets with different sizes. So you can pick which ones you like...
There is a set of 16x16 sudokus that about 10 people went through to the end - the counter of the daily rotation for this size is not at 100 yet, if I remember correctly... and there is a set. Why not for Hitoris with a daily counter >1000 ? Trying to push here.... ;-)...and I don't like these 16-Sudokus, because the letters "spread all over" the keyboard, I like to use the num block. And with the s between a and d and e, I accidentally saved and disqualified myself for the left column...
...and I'd like to see what a 12x12 toroidal would look like... (christmas or birthday wish)
btw, what happened to the 8x8 skyscrapers? And kropkis seem to be out, too
The new player will auto-save both your position and solve history continuously, so you won't need to press any buttons to do so. It's a different world to 2005, when the current player code was written! Or if you're offline, it will store it locally and then sync your play history when you next go online. (All able to be disabled in the settings if desired)
And I have a post-it to upload the missing puzzle types, such as Kropki, so this will be done really soon, I promise. :)
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