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Thanks for proving once again that you are out of touch will the audience that you claim to serve.

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The changes will most likely allow AARP to present more flashing ads. It's sad that someone decided to change something that one looks forward to. At least I'll be saving money by no longer supporting AARP.

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I am very disappointed in the games that will be eliminated.  I have been playing them for a long time and LOVE some of them (Cressent  Solitaire especially).  I am in my 70's and I truly believe these games help keep my mind and memory sharp.

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from what I've seen so far new games (arcade) seem to be dumbed down version of old.  Folks out there have opinions?

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All of my games are expiring: Mahjongg Dimensions New, Mahjongg Dim,ensions, Daily Crossword and Crossword Easy. I have Windowsn XP on my PC and no other devices. Will I be able to play these games in WebGL and how do I get that program? I'm a senior citizen and like these games to keep my mind sharp.

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I understand the need for change at times.

 

The "new" version of Addiction Solitaire I will not be able to play anymore...

the blinking cards irritates my eyes. Is it a feature the user can turn off?

 

Hoping,

Jan  Bartolotta

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I am a senior who cannot afford the most modern of electronics.  This cat game helps me to relieve stress, thus alleviating my pain.  Please do not make the changes you have posted here

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Please don't remove the Mahjongg Toy Chest game. It's my absolute favorite game! Also, please don't make it difficult for those of us seniors, who aren't all that tech-savvy, to switch to something new. My son gets tired of me calling to ask him to come over to "fix" something I don't understand or know how to do on the computer. Thanking you in advance.

 

Denise

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The least you folks could do is to let us play the games that will be "expiriing soon" UNTIL they actually expire.

I took a look at what you think is similar to "Tumble Tiles" and it is so visually hideous that I don't even want to play!

I'm stuck on level 125 of Tumble Tiles and would like to finish the game before the expiration date. At least honor that much.

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Can you send the Cologuard ad with it?  

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