Access to retired trainers
cyberdjinn posted on Jan 02, 2016 6:51:55 AM - Report post
Perhaps I am not observant enough, however I didn't know about this site change until today when it had already happened. As it turns out, I felt like playing Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri and went looking (as I do) for the trainer ... I remember there was one, I used it previously (but since deleted it).
I completely understand the need to stop supporting old titles that aren't being updated, however if sites like Good Old Games (gog.com) teach us anything - it's that there is still a hankering for the old games.
So my question to the gods of Cheat Happens is this: is there no way to have the old (last released) trainer available on the game page with a big "support for this game has now retired" at the top of the page? Since the games aren't being updated either, the trainer is likely still good.
I like to play Alpha Centauri non-seriously, so the trainer is part of my play style. I regret that I didn't think to look before the site change, however this is just an example of the larger picture.
Thank you for your time.
cyberdjinn posted on Jan 02, 2016 7:07:56 AM - Report post
Playing the game (sans trainer) got me thinking that I might have been wrong about a trainer existing ... sorry about that.
PWizard posted on Jan 02, 2016 7:12:22 AM - Report post
We never made a trainer for that game and it is not retired. You can request a trainer from the game page.
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cyberdjinn posted on Jan 07, 2016 3:14:18 PM - Report post
Thank you for the reply. I should have read and thought more carefully before posting originally. I see now that what I was asking for (in the general request I made) already happens. My faulty memory is to blame for my error regarding a SM:AC trainer.
Thank you for the excellent work you do on this site.
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