The Forgotten Server 0.2.12 and 0.3.7-preview released!

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From The Forgotten Server development blog:
After almost three years of development, we, The Forgotten Server developers are ready to present a preview release of the long awaited 0.3.7. It's not the gold release of 0.3.7 because we want it to be tested by the community first. Although it has been tested a lot by our premium users for the past years, it wasn't enough to provide a flawless release, mostly because a large amount of the premium users have stuck with older revisions which we no longer support. Besides that, we have also released The Forgotten Server 0.2.12 that comes with a lot of improvements. Both releases are for protocol 9.46 and include the new market system.

The releases are compiled with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, which means that you will need the Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable Package to run them. You will also need new DLL files (we've released OpenTibia DLL Pack v2.0 for that). Usually we only provide 32-bit Windows binaries, but this time there are also 64-bit binaries because a lot of users run 64-bit operating systems now and it is almost essential for an OpenTibia server to be able to allocate more than 2GB memory without crashing.

The release thread for 0.2.12: http://otland.net/f18/9-46-forgotten...spirit-155313/
The release thread for 0.3.7-preview: http://otland.net/f18/9-46-forgotten...damson-155314/
 

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Happy first april :3
 

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the 0.3.7, which tibia v. is it?
 

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>[9.46] The Forgotten Server v0.3.7-preview (Crying Damson)
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Although it has been tested a lot by our premium users for the past years, it wasn't enough to provide a flawless release, mostly because a large amount of the premium users have stuck with older revisions which we no longer support.
Tell me about it :-/
Great releases nonetheless!

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