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  1. Hi Potato fans Do you have an old computer running Wurm? Retrograde's comment about 'playing on Potatoes' in tonight's WurmOnlineOfficial twitch stream got me to thinking - How many of us are currently playing on 'potatoes' - old computers with old graphics cards, or maybe just computers that have to be on low graphics settings due to overheating or other problems... ...or maybe you prefer the performance or visibility on low graphics settings? It's snow joke, really I remember the first laptop I used to play Wurm had to use the minimum graphics settings, it was just too old. The screen was so bad that in winter with the low-detail snow textures, I really could not tell the difference between round cobblestones and rough cobblestones, in fact I thought they were interchangeable - I thought 'round' and 'rough' were a typo and meant the same thing. As I could see no visible difference between the two, I just used whatever materials were to hand, and when my courtyard was complete, it all looked fine and uniform ...until I got a new laptop and of course realised that it looked like a dog's dinner. I would love to hear your anecdotes, and see your screenies. Here's your chance to show us what a potato can do! Muse