However, it may well be the case that the in-game dynamics and the response of the developers to cheating in their games varies, and that the phonemenon plays itself out differently from game to game.It may be that “War Commander”, which is the case study here, is a unique case; and it may be that strategy MMO’s might have different dynamics than other games (and if so, please let us know in the comments section).
Then click the “Actions” button in the upper right and select “Delete Messages.” You can now delete all.
Or, select specific parts of the conversation to delete by clicking the check box next to each entry and clicking the “Delete Selected” button.
If you don’t see the sidebar, just click Chat in the bottom right corner of your screen, which shows the same list of friends you’ll find in your sidebar.” To chat with any friend in the new sidebar, click on their name and the chat window opens up.
You’ll know when a friend is available to chat depending on the icon next to their name: Even if friends aren’t available to chat, you can still send them a message and they can read it later.
The new Messages product is fully integrated with your email, chat and texting (if you use it).
So, let’s say you have a chat with a friend and then wish to delete that conversation.
What is clear, however, is that cheating is so rampant that ‘legitimate’ players, in order to remain competitive – or simply to stay in the game – have to either engage in it or at least devise ways to deal with it, such as investing time and energy in detecting and reporting cheaters, and in some cases spending thousands of dollars trying to fight hackers off.
And while you would think that a cheat-filled playing field might spell the death of a game, with gamers deserting it in droves, this does not seem to be the case.
(A few friends and I are finding that the relevancy of the friends in this display is not that accurate!
) I rarely use the Facebook chat feature, so I thought perhaps the select list of friends was ones I email most often, but it’s not.
An avid Facebook gamer, my friend has spent an average of 8 hours per day for more than two years playing “War Commander”, and other Facebook games.