Yep, but people do like to customize the games. So in my games like golf and
monopoly I wrote separate programs for people to use to create the text slash
data files so that they were not just editing a simple text file. And then if
you make those files binary rather than simple text files they are not easily
editable by the end user. Of course you also loose the ease of editing and
reading that data for the game's use. It is just another part of producing and
distributing games where you need to make a decision on what is the best
compromise that you and the end user can live with.
The high cost of living hasn't affected its popularity.
Chardon Ohio USA
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