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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net Discontinued
    Good luck DarkAkuma December 25 2013 at 4 33 AM DarkAkuma said To early Z Net I has been out for almost 2 years now How much longer should I wait to see a increase in the average user count over what I saw in the very first month I ve seen the complaint of lack of diversity of the games users play before but the claimed list of games being played is always different It s just perspective The real issue that makes it seem that way is the low population Without more users you just see the same people day to day and understandably people like to play only certain games People do switch between games but not always several times a day And I ll still maintain one of the huge problems is with the way users act towards the games being played Logging in seeing the game list deducing no one wants to play anything I m interested in and quit All in the span of a few seconds Completely unwilling to host a room and wait for someone to play the games they want Modern consoles certainly are contributing to the decline in emulation on the PC in my opinion Same with mobile It s such a shame too as neither can offer the kind of quality experiences as real computers can There actually is a Z Net facebook page But its sole purpose is just to have link pointing to the real website I refuse to do anything more with it as I don t care for facebook Its pointless stupid and contributes to people being lazy It s like a website that s trying to replace the real internet for no good reason The Z Net facebook page was just made to provide a search engine boost to the real website Search engine rankings are based off how many links exist on the internet to your website page Which is why despite all of my work on spreading the word on ZNI existing as I ve always said its the users who need to step up and really make things happen All they need to do it get links out there on websites forums video descriptions etc It realy would make a world of difference Honestly I m not as bummed now about the failure of ZNI I m more bummed about the lack of interest in Z Net 3 It really could have been just what was needed But its hard for me to remain interested in working on something that seems like no one cares about December 25 2013 at 6 04 PM ThunderChief said HI Dark Akuma I ve only recently started getting into Z Net I I m a developer fresh out of college and a little overburdened by work But a buddy and I have been working out a few kinks to do a youtube channel of let s play videos We re on opposite coast and using

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/12/z-net-discontinued.html?showComment=1390681715948 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net Discontinued
    Good luck DarkAkuma December 25 2013 at 4 33 AM DarkAkuma said To early Z Net I has been out for almost 2 years now How much longer should I wait to see a increase in the average user count over what I saw in the very first month I ve seen the complaint of lack of diversity of the games users play before but the claimed list of games being played is always different It s just perspective The real issue that makes it seem that way is the low population Without more users you just see the same people day to day and understandably people like to play only certain games People do switch between games but not always several times a day And I ll still maintain one of the huge problems is with the way users act towards the games being played Logging in seeing the game list deducing no one wants to play anything I m interested in and quit All in the span of a few seconds Completely unwilling to host a room and wait for someone to play the games they want Modern consoles certainly are contributing to the decline in emulation on the PC in my opinion Same with mobile It s such a shame too as neither can offer the kind of quality experiences as real computers can There actually is a Z Net facebook page But its sole purpose is just to have link pointing to the real website I refuse to do anything more with it as I don t care for facebook Its pointless stupid and contributes to people being lazy It s like a website that s trying to replace the real internet for no good reason The Z Net facebook page was just made to provide a search engine boost to the real website Search engine rankings are based off how many links exist on the internet to your website page Which is why despite all of my work on spreading the word on ZNI existing as I ve always said its the users who need to step up and really make things happen All they need to do it get links out there on websites forums video descriptions etc It realy would make a world of difference Honestly I m not as bummed now about the failure of ZNI I m more bummed about the lack of interest in Z Net 3 It really could have been just what was needed But its hard for me to remain interested in working on something that seems like no one cares about December 25 2013 at 6 04 PM ThunderChief said HI Dark Akuma I ve only recently started getting into Z Net I I m a developer fresh out of college and a little overburdened by work But a buddy and I have been working out a few kinks to do a youtube channel of let s play videos We re on opposite coast and using

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/12/z-net-discontinued.html?showComment=1390797267940 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net Discontinued
    Good luck DarkAkuma December 25 2013 at 4 33 AM DarkAkuma said To early Z Net I has been out for almost 2 years now How much longer should I wait to see a increase in the average user count over what I saw in the very first month I ve seen the complaint of lack of diversity of the games users play before but the claimed list of games being played is always different It s just perspective The real issue that makes it seem that way is the low population Without more users you just see the same people day to day and understandably people like to play only certain games People do switch between games but not always several times a day And I ll still maintain one of the huge problems is with the way users act towards the games being played Logging in seeing the game list deducing no one wants to play anything I m interested in and quit All in the span of a few seconds Completely unwilling to host a room and wait for someone to play the games they want Modern consoles certainly are contributing to the decline in emulation on the PC in my opinion Same with mobile It s such a shame too as neither can offer the kind of quality experiences as real computers can There actually is a Z Net facebook page But its sole purpose is just to have link pointing to the real website I refuse to do anything more with it as I don t care for facebook Its pointless stupid and contributes to people being lazy It s like a website that s trying to replace the real internet for no good reason The Z Net facebook page was just made to provide a search engine boost to the real website Search engine rankings are based off how many links exist on the internet to your website page Which is why despite all of my work on spreading the word on ZNI existing as I ve always said its the users who need to step up and really make things happen All they need to do it get links out there on websites forums video descriptions etc It realy would make a world of difference Honestly I m not as bummed now about the failure of ZNI I m more bummed about the lack of interest in Z Net 3 It really could have been just what was needed But its hard for me to remain interested in working on something that seems like no one cares about December 25 2013 at 6 04 PM ThunderChief said HI Dark Akuma I ve only recently started getting into Z Net I I m a developer fresh out of college and a little overburdened by work But a buddy and I have been working out a few kinks to do a youtube channel of let s play videos We re on opposite coast and using

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/12/z-net-discontinued.html?showComment=1393212278828 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net Discontinued
    Good luck DarkAkuma December 25 2013 at 4 33 AM DarkAkuma said To early Z Net I has been out for almost 2 years now How much longer should I wait to see a increase in the average user count over what I saw in the very first month I ve seen the complaint of lack of diversity of the games users play before but the claimed list of games being played is always different It s just perspective The real issue that makes it seem that way is the low population Without more users you just see the same people day to day and understandably people like to play only certain games People do switch between games but not always several times a day And I ll still maintain one of the huge problems is with the way users act towards the games being played Logging in seeing the game list deducing no one wants to play anything I m interested in and quit All in the span of a few seconds Completely unwilling to host a room and wait for someone to play the games they want Modern consoles certainly are contributing to the decline in emulation on the PC in my opinion Same with mobile It s such a shame too as neither can offer the kind of quality experiences as real computers can There actually is a Z Net facebook page But its sole purpose is just to have link pointing to the real website I refuse to do anything more with it as I don t care for facebook Its pointless stupid and contributes to people being lazy It s like a website that s trying to replace the real internet for no good reason The Z Net facebook page was just made to provide a search engine boost to the real website Search engine rankings are based off how many links exist on the internet to your website page Which is why despite all of my work on spreading the word on ZNI existing as I ve always said its the users who need to step up and really make things happen All they need to do it get links out there on websites forums video descriptions etc It realy would make a world of difference Honestly I m not as bummed now about the failure of ZNI I m more bummed about the lack of interest in Z Net 3 It really could have been just what was needed But its hard for me to remain interested in working on something that seems like no one cares about December 25 2013 at 6 04 PM ThunderChief said HI Dark Akuma I ve only recently started getting into Z Net I I m a developer fresh out of college and a little overburdened by work But a buddy and I have been working out a few kinks to do a youtube channel of let s play videos We re on opposite coast and using

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/12/z-net-discontinued.html?showComment=1393843576984 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net Discontinued
    Good luck DarkAkuma December 25 2013 at 4 33 AM DarkAkuma said To early Z Net I has been out for almost 2 years now How much longer should I wait to see a increase in the average user count over what I saw in the very first month I ve seen the complaint of lack of diversity of the games users play before but the claimed list of games being played is always different It s just perspective The real issue that makes it seem that way is the low population Without more users you just see the same people day to day and understandably people like to play only certain games People do switch between games but not always several times a day And I ll still maintain one of the huge problems is with the way users act towards the games being played Logging in seeing the game list deducing no one wants to play anything I m interested in and quit All in the span of a few seconds Completely unwilling to host a room and wait for someone to play the games they want Modern consoles certainly are contributing to the decline in emulation on the PC in my opinion Same with mobile It s such a shame too as neither can offer the kind of quality experiences as real computers can There actually is a Z Net facebook page But its sole purpose is just to have link pointing to the real website I refuse to do anything more with it as I don t care for facebook Its pointless stupid and contributes to people being lazy It s like a website that s trying to replace the real internet for no good reason The Z Net facebook page was just made to provide a search engine boost to the real website Search engine rankings are based off how many links exist on the internet to your website page Which is why despite all of my work on spreading the word on ZNI existing as I ve always said its the users who need to step up and really make things happen All they need to do it get links out there on websites forums video descriptions etc It realy would make a world of difference Honestly I m not as bummed now about the failure of ZNI I m more bummed about the lack of interest in Z Net 3 It really could have been just what was needed But its hard for me to remain interested in working on something that seems like no one cares about December 25 2013 at 6 04 PM ThunderChief said HI Dark Akuma I ve only recently started getting into Z Net I I m a developer fresh out of college and a little overburdened by work But a buddy and I have been working out a few kinks to do a youtube channel of let s play videos We re on opposite coast and using

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/12/z-net-discontinued.html?showComment=1394710141808 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net Discontinued
    Good luck DarkAkuma December 25 2013 at 4 33 AM DarkAkuma said To early Z Net I has been out for almost 2 years now How much longer should I wait to see a increase in the average user count over what I saw in the very first month I ve seen the complaint of lack of diversity of the games users play before but the claimed list of games being played is always different It s just perspective The real issue that makes it seem that way is the low population Without more users you just see the same people day to day and understandably people like to play only certain games People do switch between games but not always several times a day And I ll still maintain one of the huge problems is with the way users act towards the games being played Logging in seeing the game list deducing no one wants to play anything I m interested in and quit All in the span of a few seconds Completely unwilling to host a room and wait for someone to play the games they want Modern consoles certainly are contributing to the decline in emulation on the PC in my opinion Same with mobile It s such a shame too as neither can offer the kind of quality experiences as real computers can There actually is a Z Net facebook page But its sole purpose is just to have link pointing to the real website I refuse to do anything more with it as I don t care for facebook Its pointless stupid and contributes to people being lazy It s like a website that s trying to replace the real internet for no good reason The Z Net facebook page was just made to provide a search engine boost to the real website Search engine rankings are based off how many links exist on the internet to your website page Which is why despite all of my work on spreading the word on ZNI existing as I ve always said its the users who need to step up and really make things happen All they need to do it get links out there on websites forums video descriptions etc It realy would make a world of difference Honestly I m not as bummed now about the failure of ZNI I m more bummed about the lack of interest in Z Net 3 It really could have been just what was needed But its hard for me to remain interested in working on something that seems like no one cares about December 25 2013 at 6 04 PM ThunderChief said HI Dark Akuma I ve only recently started getting into Z Net I I m a developer fresh out of college and a little overburdened by work But a buddy and I have been working out a few kinks to do a youtube channel of let s play videos We re on opposite coast and using

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/12/z-net-discontinued.html?showComment=1401253427117 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net Discontinued
    Good luck DarkAkuma December 25 2013 at 4 33 AM DarkAkuma said To early Z Net I has been out for almost 2 years now How much longer should I wait to see a increase in the average user count over what I saw in the very first month I ve seen the complaint of lack of diversity of the games users play before but the claimed list of games being played is always different It s just perspective The real issue that makes it seem that way is the low population Without more users you just see the same people day to day and understandably people like to play only certain games People do switch between games but not always several times a day And I ll still maintain one of the huge problems is with the way users act towards the games being played Logging in seeing the game list deducing no one wants to play anything I m interested in and quit All in the span of a few seconds Completely unwilling to host a room and wait for someone to play the games they want Modern consoles certainly are contributing to the decline in emulation on the PC in my opinion Same with mobile It s such a shame too as neither can offer the kind of quality experiences as real computers can There actually is a Z Net facebook page But its sole purpose is just to have link pointing to the real website I refuse to do anything more with it as I don t care for facebook Its pointless stupid and contributes to people being lazy It s like a website that s trying to replace the real internet for no good reason The Z Net facebook page was just made to provide a search engine boost to the real website Search engine rankings are based off how many links exist on the internet to your website page Which is why despite all of my work on spreading the word on ZNI existing as I ve always said its the users who need to step up and really make things happen All they need to do it get links out there on websites forums video descriptions etc It realy would make a world of difference Honestly I m not as bummed now about the failure of ZNI I m more bummed about the lack of interest in Z Net 3 It really could have been just what was needed But its hard for me to remain interested in working on something that seems like no one cares about December 25 2013 at 6 04 PM ThunderChief said HI Dark Akuma I ve only recently started getting into Z Net I I m a developer fresh out of college and a little overburdened by work But a buddy and I have been working out a few kinks to do a youtube channel of let s play videos We re on opposite coast and using

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/12/z-net-discontinued.html?showComment=1425525724898 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: November 2013
    games like you Quick and Easy Start playing games within minutes after a simple setup What Emulator do you want Z Net 3 to support first Wednesday November 20 2013 There can be only one Well at least to start off with Yes Z Net 3 will support an unlimited number of emulators and other programs games So why am I talking about only supporting one That s because I ve decided that during development and initial testing it would be more beneficial to remain focused And when moving into a public beta phase it wouldn t be wise to have all the users split among different emulators I will still be working on first party addons to support other emulators as well But mainly just to understand commonality between many different emulators and keep Z Net 3 designed well for supporting so many Doing so will help ensure future addons whether made by me or whoever will work more seamlessly with the project Now with that all said we have a new question What will that one emulator be ZSNES may seem obvious But why remain so narrow minded As nice as ZSNES has been for Z Net and

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013_11_01_archive.html?widgetType=BlogArchive&widgetId=BlogArchive1&action=toggle&dir=close&toggle=YEARLY-1357027200000&toggleopen=MONTHLY-1383289200000 (2016-04-30)
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