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Discussion in 'Help' started by kyloe, Jan 6, 2019.

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  1. kyloe

    kyloe Forum Master

    Will there ever be a Banwave again for seafight? Game is overrun by botters.

    Why are any posts asking about actions being taken to prevent cheating snubbed and deleted?
     
  2. TEX~BULL

    TEX~BULL Board Administrator Team Seafight

    feel free to contact support concerning this issue. We on the forum have no information on when as to when or how they do this. We to not snub anything on the forum. When you ask here we pass it along but understand we are not privy to what the developers plan on doing or are doing until they do it, so to continually ask us does no good, and we close the threads so they do not become a place for allegations against other players. I hope you understand the position we are put in every time a player comes to us asking these type questions. Our hands are tied.

    Tex
     
  3. kittystomper2

    kittystomper2 Forum Expert

    Tex is right and there is nothing being said in this forum that hasn't been said before. This has been a problem for many many years and will never get fixed so you have three choices; 1. keep playing without complaining, 2. Sink every ship that is on auto and cap them while your at it. 3. Leave

    Just saying...
     
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  4. KIBIRA$

    KIBIRA$ Forum-Apprentice

    Our hands are tied. lol TEX-BULL great answer :D
     
  5. TEX~BULL

    TEX~BULL Board Administrator Team Seafight

    As the OP has not responded recently I will close

    ~Closed~
     
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