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COMMUNITY BEWARE OF ONLINE STALKING I had a terrible social experience here that went beyond any acceptable game play. 1. My initial courteous messages to other players resulted in heavily abusive language. Thinking this was trolling I responded in kind as best able. The result was far worse than I would have imagined... 2. A player began stalking behavior - messaging me in-game using my exact words on this forum post. 3. Then I was threatened physically in-game and immediately started receiving a bunch of calls from some phone server while the threats came in. I was unable to speak with anyone nor return the calls when I tried. 4. I quit the game and the calls stopped. You have at least one really sicko player out there, who is willing to break the law to intimidate players in a free entertainment app. I'm done - I don't need to go through terroristic behavior and legal processes over a game. Yes, I am afraid to list the suspected players' names. Anyone who can find my iphone number to use against me is both capable and willing to step outside of the law and any ethical practice. BE CAREFUL WHO YOU SAY WHAT TO!
Here is a simple mock up of my vision for two way communication. I drew it during my concert music class yesterday. First time I've used colored pencils in a while. Anyway, it would be pretty simple, you would just see a display of messages against that blue hexagon background, and scroll up and down like you would a long web page or a Facebook chat. I think having the newest stuff at the bottom makes the most sense when looking at an individual chat. Since now all your messages with one player would be in the same place, or the screen that shows all your messages, you would only see the latest message from each individual. I'm not sure how you would show messages of yours that haven't been answered yet, but I guess that's another mock up for another day. Give me any feedback you have, and enjoy! https://www.dropbox.com/s/quhn30gwz39bcln/image.jpeg