Frequently Asked Questions. Inspired on Jeff's original Autopond FAQ.
Short answer: nothing.
Because in the original Palm version it could't; the cards that other people have will change after you meet them. Goal cards never change, so those are what Autopond keeps track of.
You spell it "Autopond". The "p" is not capitalized.
In the original Game, the cards had meaning to them; figuring that out was part of the fun. I wasn't smart enough to figure it out; in the web version, the cards have no meaning to them. Some cards will appear more often than others.
Those are your goal cards, held by the other player.
250 points for each goal card you have. 1 point for each person you know. Then, 10 points for every person you know of who has one of your cards as their goal. So, if 5 people out there want "adobe", and you have adobe, that's 50 points.
No more than any other app can spread them. Some people have referred to Autopond as a "viral app"; by that, they mean that Autopond is designed to encourage users to voluntarily spread Autopond to other users. But Autopond contains no harmful code (that I know of).
Actually, that isn't cheating. All the rules of this game are hard-coded into the app itself. The only way to cheat is to hack the code.
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