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Downtime in two weeks

There is another bit of scheduled downtime for some electrical work on
Wednesday, March 25. It is planned for 7:30-10:30 PST. I believe the
offset to GMT will still be 7 hours then, which means the downtime will
be 14:30-17:30 GMT. However, if you know that to be wrong, please let
me know.

(Tue, 03/10/2009 - 19:38  |  0 comments)

Downtime schedule change

We're moving the downtime ahead: instead of Friday, we will be down this Thursday, March 12. The downtime is at the same time, i.e. between 19-22 hours GMT.

(Tue, 03/10/2009 - 04:02  |  0 comments)

Scheduled downtime

We will be down this Friday, March 13, between 19-22 hours GMT. Please note that in the US, time offsets have recently changed due to Daylight Savings Time.

(Mon, 03/09/2009 - 20:39  |  0 comments)

Update Rolled Back

The new update has been rolled back due to a bug. The update will be in the developer preview for the next few days so players may test it out in case there are any more bugs. Once we are confident that there are no bugs, we will release the update publicly again.

(Mon, 03/09/2009 - 00:38  |  0 comments)

Update to Intro Puzzles

We've just posted an update with a new system of events for the intro puzzles. Now the game can respond based on your score, or how far you are from the correct solution, or what actions you take. Currently these events are only used in the intro puzzles, not the science puzzle competitions.

Also, you can now turn off the background music independently of sound effects! This option is in Menu > General Options.

(Sat, 03/07/2009 - 17:51  |  7 comments)
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