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Posted Mar 8, '11 at 11:16am

R3SU1T0FR3V0LUT10N

R3SU1T0FR3V0LUT10N

26 posts

Gamers, Adventures, Shooters, Strategy makers, read.
Armor Games will be perfect with the following added:

- Avatars for members
- A new message system for members
- And for visitors to comment in forums

Ex. Miniclip. Look at their avatar system. They can customize and pimp out their avatar & background. I know the makers of Armor Games can do this, but something they can do is give a member more control over their Control Panel / User page. They could upload their own image-ages by using some type of website cropper and they could also upload an image for the background. (Age appropriate, of coarse)

 

Posted Mar 8, '11 at 1:23pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,694 posts

Knight

- Avatars for members

This has been discussed many times before. It's all up to Dan, the creator of the site. He has to hire the people to make new Armatars.

We've also discussed about uploading our own avatars as our picture, by that I mean picture we've drawn ourselves. I don't know if we'll be able to do it from the internet because of the copyright laws.

- A new message system for members

It's been discussed.
On AG3 they will implement a private messaging system.

- And for visitors to comment in forums

What exactly do you mean by this?
For people without accounts to posts in the forums? That would just be horrible. Imagine all the trolls/flamers we would have on this site if that was allowed. You need an account so that the Moderators/Administrators can keep track of you on this site. If you're bad then you get warned, keep it up then you get banned.

Ex. Miniclip. Look at their avatar system. They can customize and pimp out their avatar & background. I know the makers of Armor Games can do this

As said before, Dan handles all of this Armatar/Avatar business, so it's best to just leave a very detailed and well written comment about this on his profile page.

 

Posted Mar 8, '11 at 2:10pm

jroyster22

jroyster22

657 posts

Administrator

Most of your ideas have already been discussed or currently in the process of being implemented on to AG3

 

Posted Mar 9, '11 at 1:41pm

cormyn

cormyn

2,863 posts

Knight

We won't let anonymous visitors post in the forums or anywhere else on the site. For starters, it makes moderation much more difficult. Secondly, it's a benefit to becoming a member -- that you can communicate with other members.

 

Posted Mar 19, '11 at 11:48am

NiChOlAs92

NiChOlAs92

1 post

On ps3, avatars come with games- i.e. you play a game and it gives you a few avatars based on the game. It may be good to do something like that upon completing a game or accomplishing something on a game.

 

Posted Mar 19, '11 at 2:48pm

ArmorL3gend

ArmorL3gend

170 posts

On ps3, avatars come with games- i.e. you play a game and it gives you a few avatars based on the game. It may be good to do something like that upon completing a game or accomplishing something on a game.

Are you talking about the achievments they give on games?

Achievments is going to be put on AG3.

 

Posted Mar 21, '11 at 5:08pm

Ghgt99

Ghgt99

1,441 posts

This has been discussed many times before. It's all up to Dan, the creator of the site. He has to hire the people to make new Armatars.

In AG3, you will be allowed to upload custom armatars as long as they are appropriate, and you have enough karma points.

 

Posted Mar 21, '11 at 7:36pm

exicoasterpath

exicoasterpath

265 posts

I want to know if anyone could give me a link to his profile. I've never heard of him. I wonder what armatar he has.

 

Posted Mar 21, '11 at 7:38pm

exicoasterpath

exicoasterpath

265 posts

Oh yeah, what are karma points? Is it something in AG3? AG3 hasn't even been released yet. Don't give it away, because only people who have access to AG3 beta can see that.

 

Posted Mar 21, '11 at 7:40pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,694 posts

Knight

@exitcoasterpath:
No.
People have seen it because they read around the site before asking questions.
This stickied thread discusses it.