So, you might now notice that we've exchanged the talk page for the more updated message walls. There are reasons behind this that you should know:
The main problem with the old talk page is the new users tend to forget to sign their messages, even with that huge notice if they forget to do so that says "It appears you forgot to sign your message." We're assuming good faith that they're not familiar with the wiki stuff yet but still, it makes the recipient confused if the sender doesn't identify themselves and not leave the date stamp of when it was posted. Not everyone knows you could view who sent it via the history page so switching to message wall is a solution.
As you know, messages on the talk page are sorted from oldest to newest, sin…
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If you don't know, today's (provided you live in a time zone where it's currently Feb 23) my 17th birthday.
SO YEAAAAAAHH!!1 LET'S CELEBRATE IT NOW!
If you don't mind, can someone leave me a happy birthday message on my talk page?
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Since my screenshot uploading activity peaked in 2013, and this year marks the 5th anniversary of them, I decided I should make a blog that compiles all of them.
Note that this only lists screenshots that are related to the wiki and/or Wikia, or pretty much anything that makes me feel like I wanna go back to 2013.
Looks like I can't seem to keep up with all the update stuff so I'm just gonna compile everything sorted by date.
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This is some kinda shorter statement about that thread, but there are some things that I have to say here.
So recently we've just launched the switch to bring staff-based management into this wiki. The reason for this is that in recent years, the wiki's user quality has deteriorated significantly, and a change is required to solve this.
We decided that it's necessary to bring staff-based management system here due to its tested-and-tried effectiveness in the past. Let me tell you that prior to 2013 we didn't have this fancy voting thing and everything was fine. No drama, no BS.
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This was actually part of a test page but whatever. I'll leave it here. These are some interesting discoveries (or maybe not?) that I've found in "The Making of PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies" presentation hosted on Slideshare
- It appears that the sprites for the final version of the
plants, zombies and areas can be traced all the way back to version
0.92 released in Halloween 2007 (10 years ago, 1.5 years prior to
the game's release). This is proven by looking at slide 61 and 65.
- The lawn mower, however, was changed in version 0.93, as the screenshot for the Ice Level at slide 72 shows the final lawn mower sprite.
- Some of the ideas for the scrapped Ice Level have made its way
to PvZ2 (Zombie Yeti throwing snowballs, Hunter Zombie anyone?)
- Also, i…
- It appears that the sprites for the final version of the plants, zombies and areas can be traced all the way back to version 0.92 released in Halloween 2007 (10 years ago, 1.5 years prior to the game's release). This is proven by looking at slide 61 and 65.