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Adding new Scrambles – Tips and Policy
Summary
Tips for adding new scrambles. And the policy.
 
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Tips for adding new Scrambles

New Scramble Policy

Policy Articles

 

Tips for adding new Scrambles

A set contains scrambles on one topic. For example: Dow 30, Advertising Slogans, French Cuisine, etc.

In choosing a topic, think what would be enjoyable to many iPhone/iPodtouch/iPad owners (as this game is right now available only on Apple devices). You should avoid overly specific/specialized topics as well as overly simplistic sets.

Clever/interesting/useful sets will be marked ’Featured Sets’.

If you like to create a set, first do a search on sets to see if anything like that already exists. You may want to play those similar sets first and then prepare your set differently from those sets that already exist.

Add 5 to 10 scrambles for your set. Preferably 10. 5 is minimum; but 10 really makes a good set. With less than 10, the administrators might try to add some additional scrambles (taking additional time for the approval). So, 10 is the best.

Go from Easy to Hard scrambles. Preferably, start with 3 easy, followed by 4 scrambles with medium difficulty, and finally end with 3 hard scrambles.

Only scrambleZest Full Version owners can add scrambles. So, after creating your username, login from scrambleZest Full Version (from your iPhone or iPodtouch or iPad or other device). You must have logged in from scrambleZest Full Version at least once to add scrambles.

It might take a little while to check the scrambles and approve. So, please be patient.

New Scramble Policy

Following is the policy for adding new scrambles to the scrambleZest server database. Please read this in conjunction with the tips above.

1. Sets/Scrambles are moderated. The submitted sets maybe edited, modified, rearranged, or changed in some other way.

2. All the scrambles in scrambleZest are written in English. Your scrambles can be about any interesting and useful topic, but must be in English.

3. All topics are encouraged, except adult (i.e. suggestive in a wrong way)/vulgar/profane, discriminatory, derogatory, and other bad content. Content that appears to be marketing may not be accepted. The scrambleZest administrators reserve the right to not accept a scramble/set for any reason. You must create these sets/scrambles on your own (or must have the permission from those who created them).

4. When submitted, sets/scrambles become the property of infiniteZest.com. They may be used or not used or modified or deleted on any device or system or app or software with or without attribution for any length of time and anywhere at the sole discretion of the administrators of scrambleZest/infiniteZest.com. There shall be no limitations on how the submitted sets/scrambles are used by the infiniteZest.com/scrambleZest.com administrators. Once submitted, these sets/scrambles cannot be deleted/edited by the user. There is no compensation (monetary or otherwise) of any kind for the creation/submission of sets/scrambles.

5. This policy maybe modified in future. Please look here for any future modifications to this policy.

6. Please refer to the links below regarding policy and terms of use related to scrambleZest.

Policy Articles

ScrambleZest Game Terms of Use

Adding New Scrambles - Tips and Policy

ScrambleZest Comment Policy

ScrambleZest User Account Policy

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