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Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account - A community 10 years later #2

daniele-salvagni opened this issue Jul 23, 2018 · 4 comments
Open - A community 10 years later #2

daniele-salvagni opened this issue Jul 23, 2018 · 4 comments


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@daniele-salvagni daniele-salvagni commented Jul 23, 2018

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@vezdebest vezdebest commented Jul 24, 2018

I was vezdebest in this special community and i am proud of being part of this magical forum called Unfair Gamers. I invite all old members that didn't already joined the whatsapp group to hurry up and contact us. We're still here and we're stronger than ever, surely stronger than InForge stinky community.

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@Dr0p3r Dr0p3r commented Jul 24, 2018

I was Dr0p3r, 16 in the ranking 🤣
I created cheats and bots for the metin2 private servers, tool for hacking and more.. We found the founder of Unfair-Gamers after years of research.
UG > InForge, remember!

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@tille tille commented Jun 4, 2019

I was tille, another user of the community
I recall pretty brilliant solutions made for the guys of the community, I was 15 years old so it was kind of hard for me to contribute enough as I wanted to, but I used to read the codes trying to learn as much as I can.
I really would like to be part of the whatsapp group and meet you guys, if you think is possible let me know how to be added into the group.

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@MarcoLagalla MarcoLagalla commented Jan 20, 2020

I was active on the forum with the username Zyrel, starting as a simple user and then being part of the staff.
I found today this article and it was really a dive into the past; I was only 14 when I found the forum and it gave me the opportunity to passionate with coding and software development in general.

What made us so different was that in those years sharing knowledge was not so frequent and the few that known how to create cheats and mods were very reluctant to teach to others. In UG everything was free and everyone contributed as it was in his possibility.

Thank you for the experience and good luck to all!

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