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Earthquake & Tsunami in Japan - Sending out our sympathy

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  • Jeffrozat
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    Earthquake Tsunami in Japan Sending out our sympathy

    We will be sending out a email today so be on the lookout and please click to remain on our email list.
    Thanks

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  • bip
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    There was again an Earthquake in the NorthEast of Japan, 125 km away from Fukushima! It was 7,1 Richter scale hard.
    I could cry!

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  • GrannyPeggy
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    Originally posted by 2 Tails View Post
    My girlfriend is from Japan, around the Sendai area, so me and her send my sympathy. You have my word. If I ever play Oblivion again, I'll name my (new) Khajiit after her.
    2 Tails I am so sorry! My heart goes out to both of you, and all of her friends and relatives. Kitty hugs to everyone. (Obviously, slugs are not needed in this case!)

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  • 2 Tails
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    My girlfriend is from Japan, around the Sendai area, so me and her send my sympathy. You have my word. If I ever play Oblivion again, I'll name my (new) Khajiit after her.

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  • bip
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    Yes, EscapeGirl. I got tears, when I read the last mail, when I read the newspaper and so on. And I have none of those problems, they have. Their culture is so different from mine and I have all respect for them.

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  • EscapeGirl
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    Thank you again for this newest update. I'm glad they are okay and I continue to send my thoughts out to the people of Japan.

    @Granny Peggy.....Yes, I agree. The way the Japanese have handled such a tragedy is a great lesson to be learned for the rest of us. No looting, no major upticks in violence, etc. Amazing calm. I commend them.

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  • Mistery
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    UPDATE:

    I've received another reply from aryu san (sorry, don't know exactly which game creator that is )

    Hello. Mistery

    Everybody of GamersHood Forums.
    It worries about we and Japan.
    We wish to express our gratitude for the done thing.

    Thank you in place of people who receive damage by the earthquake and the tsunami.


    Manpower doesn't suffice for the stricken area.
    Support from the foreign country is very welcome.

    It is very cold in the temperature in the stricken area and the temperature is 3℃.
    Because crude oil is insufficient, it is not possible to warm a room. The car cannot also run.


    There was no tsunami in the region where I lived.
    The earthquake was about four in the seismic intensity in my region.
    It is away from my house to the nuclear plant at 250km.

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  • Mistery
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    I haven't received any further replies, but I was happy to spot new games from those who haven't answered
    I also hope to either get news from the rest, or to see a new game released.

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  • SueJ999
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    What a wonderful thing to hear from our game-makers! Just hope we hear from the rest and all are well.

    Thank you!

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  • Yvonne
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    It is good to read that our Japanese creators are fine.
    Thanks for making this thread and for the updates

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  • GrannyPeggy
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    I am so overwhelmed with the horrific tragedies which struck with so little warning. A comforting thought is that the Japanese are intelligent, resourceful, and civilized. You noticed there was no looting? I hope all our cyber friends survived and will be among us again soon. The loss of our gaming pleasure is a tiny problem compared to theirs. I've sent money to the Red Cross. It's the least I could do. Thanks to the mods for contacting our friends for us.
    Last edited by GrannyPeggy; 03-19-2011, 16:44:41.

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  • Mistery
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    Thank you for the summary bip!

    I've received a reply from Raika Games:

    Dear Mistery,

    Thank you for sending email, and appreciate your concern.
    First of all, let me apologize for the reply being so late.
    We, Raika Games, are located in the small island of Okinawa,
    south most islands of Japan, so we were not affected at all by the
    earthquake and the tsunami,
    but we are providing whatever we can to the people who were affected by it.

    Again, thank you for your concern, and hope that you visit our site to
    play variety of games that we offer.


    Sincerely,
    Raika
    Raika Games administrator
    And also a quick reply from Twinkle:
    I am energetic.
    My house was safe.
    Thank you for worry.
    The Japanese works hard.

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  • bip
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    Thank you, mistery!
    It's good, that half of them you wrote are fine.
    Now we care for
    58 Works
    Aztec
    Episodes & Melody
    Eyezmaze
    Gam.eBB
    Minoto
    Raika Games
    Strawberry Cafè
    Twinkle

    Some of them are my favorites game authors! May be, they have now more important things to.

    And I want remember Mistery's words:
    Can't find contact info of:
    Info WEB
    Sakura
    HILGREED
    http://detarou.web.fc2.com/
    Orange Biscuit

    Can't contact UsawanHouse because the Captcha is in Kanji
    No one here who can help?

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  • Mistery
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    Just got a reply from Neutral:
    Dear Mistery,

    Sorry for this late reply and my poor English.

    Thank you for your concern and kind message.
    My family and I are being fine, near Tokyo.

    But the quake and tsunami had caused tremendous damage and suffering
    to East North Japan.
    Now many people are making every possible effort to cope with the difficulties.

    We really appreciate your warm encouragement and all international support.
    Thank you.

    Mya

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  • Purp
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    Thanks, EG, Mistery, and bip, for all this. I'm praying for Japan.
    Last edited by Purp; 03-17-2011, 04:07:15.

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