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I believe this one deserves a post in this thread.

I have published the this past weekend. This one contains only 14 species right now and I already have a list of suggestions I have collected up to this point. For those who are familiar with the freshwater version, this version will also evolve rapidly. If you are into saltwater fish keeping, you might be interested in trying it out.

Thanks!
 
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yhbae, I moved this thread into the Saltwater section of the forum.
Our salty members will be more apt to see it here.
Good luck with it
 

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Once you get some more species I'm sure I'll check it out (;
 
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Lucy said:
yhbae, I moved this thread into the Saltwater section of the forum.
Our salty members will be more apt to see it here.
Good luck with it
Thanks much! ;D

e_watson09 said:
Once you get some more species I'm sure I'll check it out (;
What are the missing species?
 

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lol You have an account on this forum too yhbae!

I can't wait to see more species in the Saltwater version! Its coming along GREAT so far. (Although I think the water change amounts are high for saltwater).
 

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I'm not sure you just said it only has a few species. Plus I need to figure out what I even have in my tank haha my mom kinda abandon it and I just took it over.
 

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Nice.

The only thing that wouldn't really work is the filter. Since most people uses a skimmer in a sump with sometimes addition of refugims.
 
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EmmanuelJB said:
lol You have an account on this forum too yhbae!

I can't wait to see more species in the Saltwater version! Its coming along GREAT so far. (Although I think the water change amounts are high for saltwater).
Hi there!

I received same WC feedback before... Looking into it! ;D

e_watson09 said:
I'm not sure you just said it only has a few species. Plus I need to figure out what I even have in my tank haha my mom kinda abandon it and I just took it over.
Let me know if you get to find out what those species are!

ATP said:
Nice.

The only thing that wouldn't really work is the filter. Since most people uses a skimmer in a sump with sometimes addition of refugims.
Yeah something needs to be done about those filters, which is a copycat from freshwater version...

Any suggestions?
 
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A friendly request from the moderators.

Because of the risk of creating another massive thread such as the freshwater version, please use the links provided on thesite to make suggestions for this tool.

Thank you
 
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Lucy said:
A friendly request from the moderators.

Because of the risk of creating another massive thread such as the freshwater version, please use the links provided on thesite to make suggestions for this tool.

Thank you
Works for me.

I have already provided the link to the appropriate forum sections inthe saltwater version's main page. Please follow those for any new species request.

Thanks!
 
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