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Comments on Profile Post by Azka Fauzan Firdaus

  1. nGord
    nGord
    You should submit this question as a forum post! I recommend starting a new thread in #General so that we can all chime in!
    Jun 17, 2017
  2. nGord
    nGord
    Short answer is no, no there are no "rules," but we do follow some community guidelines such as 1. Do not rate until you have completed the level in the designer's intended way. If you have not, better to leave a comment. Also, if you can't finish it, then mentioning the problem is infinitely better than an inaccurate rating that may be because of a personal issue or some other factor beyond the creator's control.
    Jun 17, 2017
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  3. nGord
    nGord
    2. You want the rating to have some meaning as a form of feedback to both the designer and other players. That is to say that 2.a. The rating should be a measure of quality of the level against the creator's other levels so that he/she can improve and 2.a. A measure of quality against other creators' levels so that this creator can understand what the audience wants. Bottom line, they can't all be fours and fives.
    Jun 17, 2017
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  4. Azka Fauzan Firdaus
    Azka Fauzan Firdaus
    Thank you so much
    Jun 17, 2017
    nGord likes this.