In my opinion the more the game goes on the more it dies. it's kind of sad since it seems like only a few people at flowplay care about keeping it alive. This game was my everything when I was 10 and I wish others could experience that.
Savabagel wrote:I don't think so. There are a lot more active users than we think, most of them just don't come out of their condos or use public chat very much.
I think Flowplay is so focused on trying to move these platforms that there just isn't much time to create new items, etc. I think a lot of the community interraction has gone away, as far as the company goes and with that I've seen a lot of people leave too. Because we're not receiving this communication, people are beginning to speculate the future of OurWorld. I think with given time, we'll find out. The game surely isn't dead, but it's not booming either; I firmly do believe that's due to lack of innovation and communication between the players and the company. Most of us have spent over 10 years on the game, and I don't think we'd like to necessarily see it shut down. Heck, I'm pretty sure a good portion of us would volunteer time into it if that meant we got to make it a better game.