Moving from .com to .co.uk

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    • Moving from .com to .co.uk

      Hello,

      I started mission chief just over a year ago and played on an off on .com. When they released .co.uk,I already maybe 15-20 Fire Stations so decided that I should stay on .com. I now have 34 Fire Stations and 4 Ambulance Stations in London but I wan't to move to the 999 version. Is there anyway to to drag my data from 911 to the 999 version of the game?

      Any help anyone can give me would be amazing!

      Kind regards,
      Callum Hopkins

      Commissioner for Fire & Emergency Planning - Health & Safety Manager
      London Fire Brigade
      National Dispatch Grid
    • Charlieaa wrote:

      Can they not just ask for our UK account details and then give us our earned credits on the US version plus our coins? That would literally take a few minutes and we can place all our stations and vehicles etc.
      I was hoping this, I've lost alot of coins & time on my old UK account on the US Servers, not quite sure what the reasoning behind not transferring stuff over is.
      U.S Emergency Services Logistics Lieutenant
      [b]Covering London, England & Surrounding Areas in UK version
      Covering Los Angeles, California & Surrounding Areas in U.S Version
      24th on US Leaderboard 280+ million credits earned
    • You made the decision to play Mission Chief US. Even if you built stations in the UK, nobody forced you to play Mission Chief US. It is an entirely different game you can't use properly to built UK Stations anyway as the apparatus is totally different. That you all want alms now is ridiculous really.
      Imagine how many players built stations in the US, Canada or wherever on Leitstellenspiel. None of them are yelling for compensation. Start over. And don't make such a big issue from it.
      •Gott zur Ehr' dem nächsten zur Wehr•
    • WhiskyTangoFoxtrot wrote:

      You made the decision to play Mission Chief US. Even if you built stations in the UK, nobody forced you to play Mission Chief US. It is an entirely different game you can't use properly to built UK Stations anyway as the apparatus is totally different. That you all want alms now is ridiculous really.
      Imagine how many players built stations in the US, Canada or wherever on Leitstellenspiel. None of them are yelling for compensation. Start over. And don't make such a big issue from it.
      Okay, since you're new here, let me educate you a little bit.

      Missionchief US wasn't the "US" version of the game, it was the ENGLISH version of Leitstellenspiel. Spending 2 years building up an account then having a new development team come along and open a server specifically for a country & losing progress/money for the past 2 years is quite frankly annoying.

      You'd be the first to complain if this happened to you.
      U.S Emergency Services Logistics Lieutenant
      [b]Covering London, England & Surrounding Areas in UK version
      Covering Los Angeles, California & Surrounding Areas in U.S Version
      24th on US Leaderboard 280+ million credits earned
    • WhiskyTangoFoxtrot wrote:

      You made the decision to play Mission Chief US. Even if you built stations in the UK, nobody forced you to play Mission Chief US. It is an entirely different game you can't use properly to built UK Stations anyway as the apparatus is totally different. That you all want alms now is ridiculous really.
      Imagine how many players built stations in the US, Canada or wherever on Leitstellenspiel. None of them are yelling for compensation. Start over. And don't make such a big issue from it.
      As Wizz said.


      The US version was the version many players on the UK version played before the new devs took over the game.


      Back in the olden days of MC there were 3 version, a DE, NL and the US version and since many players in the UK and US dont speak DE/NL necessarily we all started on the US version. I started on the US version but only earnt around 30 million where as now on the UK version I would say I have one of the biggest setups in the game. The new devs brought all these new versions that no one knew about to the world and many players have transitioned to the new UK one but many established players just want to stay on the US version.
      United Kingdom Combined Emergency Services

      Founder

      Come check us out on MC-UK

      missionchief.co.uk/alliances/17
    • Sorry, but what would you like to have happened?

      Of course it was annoying when they brought out the UK version, but we would never have seen any updates like what we have recently, e.g. the medical update, in the .com game, as that is centred and always has been around the US style of units etc.

      I for one was very annoyed when I Realised how I would have to start over completely, but at the end of the day, the .co.uk game is 10 times better than .com from a UK perspective.
      Kieran / 999 First Responders

      > Event Co-ordination Team




      Covering London and Suffolk
    • Kieran wrote:

      Sorry, but what would you like to have happened?

      Of course it was annoying when they brought out the UK version, but we would never have seen any updates like what we have recently, e.g. the medical update, in the .com game, as that is centred and always has been around the US style of units etc.

      I for one was very annoyed when I Realised how I would have to start over completely, but at the end of the day, the .co.uk game is 10 times better than .com from a UK perspective.
      It's not the fact we have to start over again, it's the money we've spent on an account that is useless now since we can play on a more realistic server. Compensation in regards to the amount of credits we've bought would've been cool.
      U.S Emergency Services Logistics Lieutenant
      [b]Covering London, England & Surrounding Areas in UK version
      Covering Los Angeles, California & Surrounding Areas in U.S Version
      24th on US Leaderboard 280+ million credits earned
    • Wizz wrote:

      WhiskyTangoFoxtrot wrote:

      You made the decision to play Mission Chief US. Even if you built stations in the UK, nobody forced you to play Mission Chief US. It is an entirely different game you can't use properly to built UK Stations anyway as the apparatus is totally different. That you all want alms now is ridiculous really.
      Imagine how many players built stations in the US, Canada or wherever on Leitstellenspiel. None of them are yelling for compensation. Start over. And don't make such a big issue from it.
      Okay, since you're new here, let me educate you a little bit.
      Missionchief US wasn't the "US" version of the game, it was the ENGLISH version of Leitstellenspiel. Spending 2 years building up an account then having a new development team come along and open a server specifically for a country & losing progress/money for the past 2 years is quite frankly annoying.

      You'd be the first to complain if this happened to you.
      New on ths Forum, playing Leitstellenspiel since it exists actually^^
      •Gott zur Ehr' dem nächsten zur Wehr•
    • WhiskyTangoFoxtrot wrote:

      Wizz wrote:

      WhiskyTangoFoxtrot wrote:

      You made the decision to play Mission Chief US. Even if you built stations in the UK, nobody forced you to play Mission Chief US. It is an entirely different game you can't use properly to built UK Stations anyway as the apparatus is totally different. That you all want alms now is ridiculous really.
      Imagine how many players built stations in the US, Canada or wherever on Leitstellenspiel. None of them are yelling for compensation. Start over. And don't make such a big issue from it.
      Okay, since you're new here, let me educate you a little bit.Missionchief US wasn't the "US" version of the game, it was the ENGLISH version of Leitstellenspiel. Spending 2 years building up an account then having a new development team come along and open a server specifically for a country & losing progress/money for the past 2 years is quite frankly annoying.

      You'd be the first to complain if this happened to you.
      New on ths Forum, playing Leitstellenspiel since it exists actually^^
      Cool, then you should of known the answer to your own question.
      U.S Emergency Services Logistics Lieutenant
      [b]Covering London, England & Surrounding Areas in UK version
      Covering Los Angeles, California & Surrounding Areas in U.S Version
      24th on US Leaderboard 280+ million credits earned
    • It is ridiculous to think that you should get a transfer or reimbursement for coins or credits that you have spent in a different version of the game. You have already spent it - it buys you entertainment and you have already collected, you don't get to spend it twice.

      If you have been paying to go to a gym on the other side of your town/city and the same company opens a gym near your house you don't say well how about a $500 credit for the $500 that I have spent at your other gym do you?

      At best you could request any remaining unspent value at the old gym be transferred to the new one close by but @TACRfan has already mentioned that may be considered by the developers - that is if you have unspent coins that you paid real money for in a different version.
      It's not realistic or fair to expect any more than that.
      Australia Emergency Management - Admin
      Missionchief AU
      Missionchief US