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I never got to play Pixel Nations or Project Terra. Terra was broken all to hell and had no one playing when I discovered nation sims last year. As for Pixel Nations, I stayed away because I heard the game admin cheats and stuff. I finally went to check it out a month ago but the website keeps saying its down to a total recoding.

From what I hear Terra is dead and will never be fixed, which I cant figure out as it SEEMS awesome. Does anyone know how long Pixel Nations has been down for or have they given their players an estimate as to when it MIGHT be back online?

Im trying to find other games like P&W to play while I wait for things to happen in P&W. Im playing The Bloc, is only ok. Also CyberNations which I just quit cause it seemed so boring. Also playing Nations 2.0 which is pretty fun. I never really got into Nation States or Ars Requiem.

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They both had terrible admins, that's what happened.


Probably because all the more intelligent admins realize they can make a lot more on other things for a lot higher profit, without the stress, rather then work on some lame text game. 

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Pixel Nations



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In all seriousness though, all games including this one have their pros and cons. But, some of them work and look differently, such as NationStates. NationStates has you choose policies to pass, and it's more of an executive decision sim than anything else. Comparing NS to PW or (That terrible game that is totally irrelevant and I shouldn't be bringing it up anyways) is like comparing apples to oranges.

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The alliances/guilds/factions etc. to join are probably more important than the actual game itself in text-based games. Although some games are better at opening themselves up to player-generated content than others.

That aside, I miss Lunar Wars. Which just goes to show what a terrible thing nostalgia is, because it was really really broken.

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