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Old 06-03-2010
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Hi everyone,
Thank you for helping us test out our first game, "Campaign of 1863".

First off what are we doing here?
We are going to be taking some time to
smooth out the rough edges of "C63".

What do we expect from you?
Poke and prod and just generally try and break the game. We tried to think of everything, but hey, we're just a 3 person team so its highly likely that something got missed. Please help us find whats broken, whats confusing, what you like and what you don't like.

1. Each "page" of the game has a Feedback button on it. When you press it a new tab or browser window will open. In that new tab/window will be a form asking you a few questions about the game page where you pressed the button (each game page has a different questionnaire). Please fill out the "Feedback" form for each game page.

2. When you find a bug, please report it to us using the form found on this page.

3. If you have a question or there is anything we can help you with please feel free to email us at admin@campaign63.com, jeffu@campaign63.com, kate@campaign63.com

What are the requirements?
  1. Screen resolution 1024x768 or greater
  2. Internet access (duh you're reading this after all)
  3. Browser
  4. Flash Player
Thanks again everyone!
Now go have a tasty beverage on us (oh wait we don't have any money).
Jeff and Kate
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Old 01-16-2018
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In January, a Baltimore police officer planted drug evidence before activating his body camera and "finding" the probable cause he and his buddies needed to make a bust, according to the city's Office of the Public Defender. Images of the cop placing a soup can full of white capsules on the ground were captured in the 30-second buffer of the camera and then preserved after the device was officially turned on. Now prosecutors are reviewing 100 other cases in which the same trio of officers may have been up to similar shenanigans.

Most news reports are treating the incident as a peek at problems in troubled Baltimore's police department. They need to look a little further afield.
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