A little Intermezzo
Greetings to all my Persistent Visitors!
As the motto for this chapter, I was only reminded of the lines of the Creedence Clearwater Revival Band from the song Fortunate Son: "It ain't me, it ain't me, I ain't no fortunate one, no".
It was a long time since I last updated the site. It was not by much that the continuation of this blog - webpage ended up in the drawer among my other unrealized ideas. When the developers of Market Glory introduced the new set of rules, then I realized, that everything I had described so far had become completely useless, meaningless. All of this when I was just holding 3/4 of the English version of the next chapter. When it's too hard to take time for this! Since the site started a lot of things have changed around me. I started teaching math as a private tutor, and I achieved much more spectacular success than in any game. My film work has also became frequented. And I made a couple of websites for my environment (you will find these among the "Partners"). Changing the rules has completely discouraged me not only from blogging, but even from Market Glory itself. Sometimes when I decided to log in the game, I saw that I'm not alone, who feels cheated. In the place of the once-enthusiastic, bustling player society, only devastated desolation was received.
Then suddenly the coronavirus hysteria struck. Yes, you can stoned me calmly, but I think it's an artificially generated hysteria, which has been used as a disguise for the recent global economic crisis. Pandemic restrictions have overthrown all known rules in life too. Although I wasn't one of the dreaded masked sheep, my life has also changed significantly. It could seen that virtual, on-line "life" would carry much more weight than anyone would consider healthy. Well, and of course I had a lot of time again...
I was thinking a lot, should I start anything with this page and if so, what. Then I decided I will continue. Because I still didn’t give up on making any amount of money by playing somehow. Although this has not been success in the last one and half year. On the other hand, I think my experience can help anyone avoid the dead ends I ran into.
So a couple of weeks ago I finished planting the previous chapter in English. Along with the current update, the site has also been given a new, mobile-friendly look. In the sequel, I’m going to write about quite a few mobile games I’ve tried recently. I also plan to make some larger game descriptions of economic simulators such as the Corporate Master. And I try to put aside my resentments to see if I can figure out the right tactics for Master Glory as well.
At the same time, I want my site to be much more interactive. So I hereby ask all readers to write to firstname.lastname@example.org on the following topics:
1. Any game which you managed to withdraw money without depositing.
2. Negative experiences, scams.
3. I am also waiting for e-mails from current and former Market Glory players, perhaps you do not find the current situation so frustrating.
4. And of course I still count on comments and criticisms about my website.
I am confident that together we can find more efficiently the games, where there is not only a promise, but some the tangible money!
In the meantime, perseverance for everyone!
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Thanks to Noémi Edelényi for her enthusiastic help in creating the English version of the full site. :)
A little Intermezzo