Telamoont Oct 28, 2013 @ 10:49am
Issues with reward raptr codes.
Where do I submit it? Cannot find anywhere!
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Fel (banned) Oct 28, 2013 @ 11:56am 
Do you see thee "+ add game" at the bottom left of your steam client?

From there "Activate a steam product", next a bunch of time, and you'll have a box to input your code.

Please note that my steam is not in english, so the wording might be slightly off.
Telamoont Oct 28, 2013 @ 7:22pm 
Yeah mate, thank you for help!
MelaneeofGOME  [developer] Oct 31, 2013 @ 1:37pm 
Once again Fel comes through with some great help. Thanks Fel!

Melanee - Newest GOME Community Manager
Telamoont Oct 31, 2013 @ 3:00pm 
The game is great. I love it. Just need raise the players base and add more heroes!
Fel (banned) Oct 31, 2013 @ 4:55pm 
The only way to "raise the player base" is to fix all the problems this game has.

If anything, the sale that happened not long ago has proven just that, the new people just left after just a couple of days.

When this game is properly playable with the PC's most used controls (keyboard+mouse) and respects PC gaming standards (key binding, config done ingame, not in an ini file like in the 90s...), it will have a ecent chance to get quite a lot of players.

As it stands, playing with a mouse is a chore, aiming is not implemented properly, UI not giving proper feedback, and overall gameplay not well ported for the mouse.


I really hope that they put some devs onto this game and make it what it should be, so that we can buy and enjoy a good moba with lord of the rings as characters.


Also, RAPTR needs to go away from the steam installer. RAPTR shows that there are many people that don't own the game and earned the DLCs, and it didn't make them buy the game, they just come here and copy/paste the code for who wants it, making people that actually paid for it angry in the process too (80-90€ for the full package is a lot of money, when most of it is basically given away for free less than 3 month later...)


Oh, and we need a community manager that actually does its job at managing the community (answering questions, pointing to answers and fixes, making the community alive), and not just post patch notes. Hopefully Melanee will be better at it.
Telamoont Nov 1, 2013 @ 12:08pm 
Agree with you fellow Fel. Its important to offer options to players adapt with a better way to play. In my case, for example, I tend to prefer gamepad in such kind of game because I have ALS and its good to move fingers, its like a therapy at same time.

I would love not need select a skill with a button and also need "confirm" it with another...For me it is slow and make me lose a important fraction of time in some combats.
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