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Implementing the “earn resource every N seconds” mechanism common to F2P games
In many free-to-play games, play will be rate limited in some manner by a resource that you naturally earn on a timed interval, but can opt to increase artificially through buy-ins. A current example ...
May 23 '13 at 18:57
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