I have been playing the coding escape adventures as they came out in the past and have really been enjoying it. Therefore, I was a bit shocked, to learn that it won’t be available for private use from now on. I’d like to ask: why? I don’t have a company but I would still be willing to pay of course.
Also I feel like this decision has been a bit unfair to the beta testers who have been trying out the first adventures and hopfully provided some useful feedback.
I hope, you reconsider excluding a wide range of people and maybe create a way for private individuals to play with their friends too.
Hi @codeItLikeItsHot !
I don’t know if my reply can help you as you want, but maybe are you wrong ?
→ look at this Codin’EscapeGame page : Coding Escape …
You can create there your private party with friends, based on the 3 (at now) available Escape Games .
=> Isn’t sufficient for you to begin getting new pleasures again waiting for this one, or others, EscapeGames ?
As @_CG_Thibaud said in this post Finding Sherlock: Coding Escape community event on July 7 - #11 by _CG_Thibaud, in reply to @ItsAFeature :
=> So i think patience and waiting may give you answers … maybe good at right … or later !
Don’t hesitate to do as me : feel free to get pleasure with so fun other puzzles and coding
Isn’t it ? bye
While we’re building a single subscription pricing for companies (should be around 10$/month/user), it won’t prevent a group of friends from getting it and getting access to new Coding Escape missions.
I understand cost can be an impediment though. I hear the frustration but I’d hardly call this decision unfair.
Hi, thank you for your reply. From the wording of the announcement, I assumed that the new subscription model was really for companies only and that you could not purchase it as a private person. I am perfectly fine with paying a couple of bucks for access to the missions and a couple of hours of fun with some friends, so I’ll be doing exactly that. Can I then just sign up through the company form?
It’s not available yet (even for companies).