Commenting on Mousebreaker.com?

We've now added Facebook comments below the majority of the games on the site, so it's easy to let us know what you think, shout out your scores and chat with other Mousebreakers. All you need is a Facebook account and to be logged in.

We pre-moderate the comments, because with over 800 games on the site, and more being added every week, we can't keep track of everything.

If you follow these 6 simple rules, your comments should show up pretty quickly though. If you don't, your comments won't ever: simple.

1) Don't act like a jerk

So someone says something that you don't agree with. It's the internet, it happens - there's no need to get aggressive. Banter, debate and gentle teasing are all fine, but keep it friendly, yeah?

2) Don't pick on others

So someone says something that you don't agree with. It's the internet, it happens - there's no need to get aggressive. Banter, debate and gentle teasing are all fine, but keep it friendly, yeah?

3) Don't be racist, sexist, homophobic or swear like Gordon Ramsey really letting go.

If you're racist, sexist or homophobic in a comment, it just won't get published, full stop. If you keep doing it, you'll be banned from commenting.

As for swearing, we're all adults here, and we'd be lying if we said we hadn't ever sworn over a flash game before, but just don't go overboard, okay?

4) Don't post spam

Spam comes in loads of different forms, and none of them are welcome. No chain letters, random series of characters or links to other sites unless it's 100% relevant.

If you keep this up, the chances are we'll ban you, because in our experience, spammers aren't interested in joining the community.

5) Don't link to illegal content or adult websites

Don't post illegal stuff for obvious reasons, and leave all pornographic links at the door.

6) We like feedback, but keep it constructive

We want to make Mousebreaker as brilliant as it can be, so feedback, game ideas and other stuff to help out is welcome.

We also like to know what you think of our games, but keep it constructive. Our game designers are gamers too, and they will read what you write about their hard work, so remember rule 1: "Don't act like a jerk".

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