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jsherk
Posted: Saturday, April 14, 2012 12:50:36 PM
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Hi

I am trying to translate the following two statements from English to Korean.
Are they translated correctly? Do they make sense?

"Everything unlocked"
모든것은 이미 잠금이 해제

"No advertisements"
아무런 광고도

Thank you
FlowerDew
Posted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 12:42:07 AM
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Hi,
Both sounds quite awkward. But it is difficult to suggest alternatives because we don't know the context. Can you give a little bit of context here?
Cheers
jsherk
Posted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 1:32:03 AM
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Hi

The context would be in a game for iPhone and Android phones...
- all levels and all characters in the game are unlocked
- there are no popup ads or banner ads in the game

Thanks
FlowerDew
Posted: Thursday, April 19, 2012 7:17:31 AM
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jsherk wrote:

- all levels and all characters in the game are unlocked
- there are no popup ads or banner ads in the game



"Everything unlocked"
"No advertisements"

I am not in the field of either gaming or IT. I have never played a game on the iphone or a smartphone either. So I think there might be others who are familiar with jargons or terminology in this specific genre. However, given that I am the only person who started to respond to your query, I feel something like commitment.

The context you gave (quoted above) is however still somewhat unclear to me....Are those phrases used as 1) commands or 2) what appears after certain buttons are tapped (i.e., after an execution of commands) or 3) kinds of warnings, or 4) anything else?

If you want me to give a go, you should clarify the situation further. Otherwise what is provided in Korean may not mean what it is meant to mean in the situation where these are used. So I strongly suggest consulting somebody who is proficient in gaming/IT language in both Korean and English and who you can explain to the details of what you want to do although I'm happy to help.

Cheers




FlowerDew
Posted: Thursday, April 19, 2012 7:17:32 AM
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jsherk wrote:

- all levels and all characters in the game are unlocked
- there are no popup ads or banner ads in the game



"Everything unlocked"
"No advertisements"

I am not in the field of either gaming or IT. I have never played a game on the iphone or a smartphone either. So I think there might be others who are familiar with jargons or terminology in this specific genre. However, given that I am the only person who started to respond to your query, I feel something like commitment.

The context you gave (quoted above) is however still somewhat unclear to me....Are those phrases used as 1) commands or 2) what appears after certain buttons are tapped (i.e., after an execution of commands) or 3) kinds of warnings, or 4) anything else?

If you want me to give a go, you should clarify the situation further. Otherwise what is provided in Korean may not mean what it is meant to mean in the situation where these are used. So I strongly suggest consulting somebody who is proficient in gaming/IT language in both Korean and English and who you can explain to the details of what you want to do although I'm happy to help.

Cheers




jsherk
Posted: Thursday, April 19, 2012 11:21:44 AM
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Ok, thanks for helping!

The context is in the game description which is explaining features on why you should download and play this game. So it is just a list of FEATURES in point form.

Install today, and get all these great features:
- No advertisements.
- Everything unlocked.
- Universal for both iPhone and iPad.
- High quality 3D graphics for Retina displays and iPad.
- 2 player mode with Game Center integration.
- Play as 3 different characters.
- New maze every time!


Hope that explains it better.

Thanks
FlowerDew
Posted: Friday, April 20, 2012 6:02:50 PM
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Jsherk,
I posted my response as a PM. Pls check your inbox. Cheers
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