Freeverse Launches New GameSmith Server
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Well-known game developer and publisher Freeverse Software has launched a new version of their GameSmith server. GameSmith is Freeverse's own online gaming service where players can head out against each other in many of Freeverse's popular titles. The new server adds ranking support for two new games and addresses an issue that made it possible to gain ranks when playing alone against computer opponents:
A new version of the GameSmith Server has been made live. Users do not need to modify anything on their machines to use the new server.If you want to read the full news update, follow the link below.
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The major change to this server revision is to squash the "bot bashing" bug which allowed users to abuse single-player bot games to raise their ranks. On the new servers, games will only be ranked if there are two or more human players, and in a team game, only if there is at least one human on each team.
The new server also fixes ranking for 3D Crazy Eights (to be released soon) and adds support for 3D Gin Rummy.
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