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General discussions about the 1st version of Tennis Elbow Manager

Postby scolvin » 25 Aug 2007, 22:42

Serena_Fan wrote:I would like a retire button in a match and when training have a retiore button, because my player gets injured way tooooo much so I would like a early retirement.


That's what I was talking about ;)
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Postby Rob4590 » 26 Aug 2007, 00:37

scolvin wrote:1st: Is there a possibility of changing your doubles partner once you choose one. In 1st season I chose Dawid Olejniczak and played with him for the rest of career. Couldnt find a option to choose someone else.

2st: Could be there a possibility for users to have a option to make their players retire, either before match(to save energy before further, more important tournament) or during the match(I know it's silly because pretending fake injury isnt fair but maybe...)

3st: I'd love to have something looking like "Playing Activity" (round by round) like there is at atptennis.com but I know it's too big request :P

Apart from this all I want to say that I very enjoy and appreciate your game and thanks you for it. Really cool.


To change your doubles partner, go into the schedule screen. Look down at the bottom left corner - you will see it tells you your current doubles partner. Click on the words "doubles partner" and you will then be taken to a selection of possible future partners. This list changes as your ranking improves, so you can eventually get to play with the top stars!


The retiring option IMHO doesnt need to be in - you can save energy in the match screen anyway, by doing the -10 / 20 % energy selection.


Playing activity - well you can sort of do it - in the players profile, you can click on the individual tournaments that he was in over the last year, and see who he played in the draw.



And if your players are getting injured too much - then you need to use the "Rest" training some more!
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Postby manutoo » 27 Aug 2007, 09:21

2- retire :

I think it would be very unfair-play, and in real life, there are some penalties for doing that. And as Rob pointed out, the energy saving mode should be enough...

3- I may add it someday
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Postby Guest » 28 Aug 2007, 21:05

Hello, this may have been mentioned before (sorry, I haven't read the whole thread), but I would appreciate if there were at least three Futures tournaments each week, one for each one major region (America, Europe, Asia, possibly Africa), so the beginning players won't have to pay big money in order to get to the event.

I will probably come up with more ideas later...
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Postby manutoo » 29 Aug 2007, 06:48

Hello,

unfortunately, 1000 players isn't enough to fill anymore tournament.
But you can go to play to 2 Futures in a row (example : France F1 and France F2, or France F3 and France F4) to cut down on travel prices.
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Postby Rob4590 » 29 Aug 2007, 10:36

Anonymous wrote:Hello, this may have been mentioned before (sorry, I haven't read the whole thread), but I would appreciate if there were at least three Futures tournaments each week, one for each one major region (America, Europe, Asia, possibly Africa), so the beginning players won't have to pay big money in order to get to the event.

I will probably come up with more ideas later...



The money doesn't really matter - you can go as far into debt as you like (as far as I have seen). All that being in debt does is to stop you hiring extra trainers and makes you only travel on economy planes and stay in 1* hotels. No big deal, as after about 6-8 months of game time, your player should start to dominate the futures events anyway, which will then start turning you a profit.
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Postby Serena_Fan » 29 Aug 2007, 23:03

I would like a early retirement button. I would like to end my career earlier because my person has serious knee injuries and is very accomplished.
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Postby manutoo » 04 Sep 2007, 10:37

Serena_Fan, you should do just a few of tournaments during the last years of your end of career, and use a lot the XP boost...
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