Erm, yes. I know. However, I'm saying there are edge cases or scenarios even your tests don't anticipate, especially in complex code like games.yeah, that's why we test.
Of couse adding to the automated tests after after a code change should be standard practice. However, these are gameplay tests and they have to be carried in the 'Old Fashioned' way asking the question of is the game playing as expected (Yes / No).yeah and that's why we automate all these tests and often run many of them transparently with every single code change, multiple times a day. it's trivial, really.
And ending on an implied insult, well according to Dictionary.com there is no such thing as professionality, but if you're worried about their lack of professionism, go right aheadbut sorry for the interruption, you were busy trying to excuse lack of professionality with some emotive discourse about black computer magic and the olde glory days ... go ahead.