bigmf;4874197 said:Get back to work!Sincerely,Bachi's Boss
bigmf;4874200 said:Seriously though, I don't think we're going to make it.
Traycer;4874346 said:Dumb question, but how do I know that the system knows I'm participating? I played a bunch of 80s songs last night, but I'm not showing up on the contributors list, nor in the list of scores. Is there a dashboard page somewhere that lists all my goal contributions so far?
SirDavidTLynch;4874355 said:On one hand, I can be blamed for a few million attempts at getting gold stars on "Sing". On the other hand, repeated attempts at "Shout" and "Cult of Personality" may have made up for that.
Thisnameislame;4874363 said:If repeats count I say everyone needs to spend the next 3 hours playing Thank You Boys.
metalkorn;4874347 said:no i don't think there is. sometime you see your face sometimes you see your score. At least this is my experience.
Traycer;4874368 said:Naw, get "Charlene (I'm Right Behind You)" by the Stephen and the Colberts. It's a free download, the song is only about 80 seconds long, and if you can't get gold stars every time, there's something wrong with you. I can start a new song cycle every 105 seconds. Assuming gold stars count as 6 stars towards the community goal, that means 204 stars per hour, or 612 stars in 3 hours. All we need is fifty of us to do this to make the goal. And then we'll all go mad having played the same song a hundred times in a row. :eek:
metalkorn;4874352 said:Just so you guys know, it seems there might be some confusion but you can get the community goal even if you don't contribute any stars to the final goal.
Thisnameislame;4874375 said:For the record I'm pretty sure Thank You Boys is 15 seconds shorter than Charlene, so for anyone that has it (which would pretty much only happen if you got the whole album), it's a better option. But it's a moot point if repeats don't count.
BachiG;4874466 said:Not gonna happen. Oh well, it was a good first go. HMX will need to lower their expectations if we're ever gonna get one of these community goals.