NationStates Jolt Archive

Playing at school

01-07-2007, 20:03
I've read the info about how the system checks to make sure you dont create multiple accounts, and I was wondering if it is not a good idea to play at school. (on my free time, of course :) )
01-07-2007, 20:46
The only restriction to playing from school involves shared computers and UN nations.

You and your friends can have multiple nations with no problems. We've never restricted players to just one nation, as long as only one was in the UN. However, when you each have the legal limit of one UN, but you play them on a shared set of computers, you start to look like cheaters to us. As long as you NEVER log on to your UN nations from school, you won't trigger our cheater alarms.

Does that help?
02-07-2007, 03:33
Yeah i guess it does explain what I already assumed. Which is a bummer. Quick Question Still. Would it have the same effect if we were using different computers on the same school-wide network? I do have free time a lot, and would like to be able to login at school, is there any way to not be banned from the site if other kids are playing as well?