1.0 congratulatory thread

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Post by Nothsa »

It's been fantastic watching this come together. Talented programmers, artists, musicians, campaign/story developers - Wesnoth is a really special example of how open source can accomplish great things. Thanks to Dave and all the others who have worked hard to create this game!
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Post by Neoriceisgood »

Poop, I wish I -had- made a new title picture for it; so that I could act even more vain about being so important to this project ;(
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Post by defsy »

Congratulations :!:

And many thanks for all the work everybody put into it. @)-`-,---

... and you know what? Apart from frozen-bubble, Battle for Wesnoth has been the only game that ever made me come back and play some more even after the first few weeks :D
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Post by Hieronymus »

Congratulations! Well done everyone, and especially Dave! :D

Thanks for making such a great game...
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Post by ekolis »

Congratulations, Wesnoth developers, on a job well done! :D :D :D
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Post by DemonSax »

Considering the large number of OSS games that get started but never really get off the ground, I think it's a major testament to the vision, teamwork, coordination, and commitment of everyone involved that you've made it this far. Thank you for a truly great strategy game.
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Post by Rhuvaen »

Congratulations!! I'm just updating my system to BfW 1.0 - feels good (even if I noticed two days late :oops:)

I guess that makes Wesnoth a Libra, which means it's one of the better balanced strategy games out there :wink: :!: :lol:
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Post by muxec »

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!:
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Post by stormoog »

:D
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Post by Arcanum »

Although this is my first post, I have been playing the game and lurking in these forums off and on for about a year.

I was hesitant at first to try a turned based strategy game as I didn't think the genre would appeal to me. Not only was I pleasantly surprised at being wrong about that, I was also impressed with Wesnoth itself. The game proved to be a polished, professional, well rounded product with excellent gameplay and story.

So, without making this sound like too much of a review, congratulations to the entire Wesnoth team on reaching that most elusive of goals in many OSS projects: a version 1.0! And thank you for providing all of us with such a wonderful game.
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Post by Oreb »

Finally, after weeks of saying it will be coming soon, it finally come and soon enough.

Time to redo all the campaigns
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Post by Logan »

Congrats!

BTW, love the new logo and frontend screen :D
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Post by Elvish_Pillager »

Why is this thread only three pages long?!?
It's all fun and games until someone loses a lawsuit. Oh, and by the way, sending me private messages won't work. :/ If you must contact me, there's an e-mail address listed on the website in my profile.
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Post by ivanovic »

Elvish Pillager wrote:Why is this thread only three pages long?!?
That question is easy to answer: Everyone is playing at the moment, noone has time to post to the forum... ;)
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