Question from thunder_71

Asked: 6 years ago

I don't have an internet connection?

I bought this game because everyone said I don't have to have internet. My PC at home does not have a connection, so now the game doesn't work. Is there a way I can get it to work?

Top Voted Answer

From: RetroBros 6 years ago

The Game only requires the internet for activation. But if you are going to continue using spore, I'd very much advise having an internet connection due to these advantages:
*You'll see content made by users auto-matically, and won't have to download them off Spore's Website.
*You can subscribe/make sporecasts.
*You can upload your own content.
*Have Achievements.
*Patches, which add new contents, fix bugs and makes gameplay smoother and more balanced.
*You could even get your creation featured on their site.

I really do recommend getting an internet connection at your house. It'll make your gaming experience with many things a whole lot better and also will let you playing Valve's games. Which are some of the best ever made. (Half-Life 2, best rated PC game of all time).

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Internet connection is required ONE time, for activation. After that there is no need. Try hooking it up just once for the game then unhook it if you don't want it. Sorry, no internet=no play. But on the bright side after the first time you don't need the internet anymore.

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go to a store that has those stupid like AOL discs that give u like 1000 hrs free.

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One thing you might want to look into, many of the internet providers (AOL, NetZero, etc) will give you 1 month free when you sign up. You'll need to provide info, like CreditCard, etc... but then simply go on, activate your game, then call the ISP and tell them you no longer want service.

Poof, no cost for internet, and your game works.

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Go to a friends house or even an any area with a connection then register.

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