900 Bans Landed in Temtem, Crema Games Remains Confident

Crema Games "no appeal" policy no more.

If you haven’t had the chance to be introduced to Temtem, it’s the static Pokemon GO video game on PC. You do not need to settle on a trip due to activities, as you can do everything from your PC. But, the rest of the mechanics are pretty much known, and in similarity to Pokemon GO, it’s how the game works. Temtem has reached quite a milestone over the past, and the ban-hammer started arriving sooner than everyone had thought of.

But, some of the players felt too accommodate to start cheating, so the Developer Crema Games had to take additional steps and ensure a cheating-free video game.

After the bans, Crema Games reassured that all of them are legit. Even after the review and confirmation that not a single one of the bans is fishy, the developer has given the banned players a chance to recover their account. By writing an email to the support team at Crema Games with a Ban Appeal subject and ingame ID or username, players can get their account retrieved.

At first, Crema Games wasn’t ecstatic about reviewing the bans but has given users another chance to retrieve their lost accounts. Temtem is undoubtedly one of this year’s exploding titles, as a decent amount of users across the globe have started playing it. Most of the PoGo players that do not want physical activities have found a new home.

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