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Jezzem

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« Reply #40 on: 11-03-2017 15:48 »

So is anybody actually playing this game regularly?  I've been doing it, and it's had its rewarding moments.  Judging by the comments on the subreddit for the game, I'm way behind, but I don't care.

I'm playing it regularly. I agree it has its rewarding moments but, much like most other mobile games, I wish there were more actual gameplay and less trying to get me to pay money to progress.

Top of the page I think the link to my old TOTPD gif is broken these days!
Scrappylive

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #41 on: 11-03-2017 23:37 »

I've been playing regularly, too. And posting on the subreddit. Really, the only way to stay on pace and not fall behind is to actively read the subreddit so you know all of the ways to advance as fast as possible without having to pay money to progress (which just reeks of bad game design).

The current Halloween event has been absolutely horrible. I had never rage quit before, until I played this game. Weeks of bombless runs on those event missions (because they don't give us enough bombs to do the missions properly, so that we can pay money to progress) made me rage quit towards the end of week 3 of the event. But, like a true addict fan, I came back within a couple days.

I'm just waiting for this event to be over so I can get back to progressing in the main storyline. I can only hope it's a good, long while before they throw another month-long event at us.
canned eggs

Space Pope
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« Reply #42 on: 11-14-2017 21:21 »

I read the sub every once in a while, but I hadn't been for a bit, so I didn't even know the Slurm thing was such a short event.  Well, at least I've made some progress on the main storylines.
Scrappylive

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #43 on: 11-16-2017 12:14 »

One thing I've learned from the sub is that most games of this genre run by TinyCo start off with weekly events at the beginning of the game, and then increasingly have more and more monthly events as things get settled. Eventually, every event is a monthly event.

Halloween was the game's second month-long event (after the Omicronian invasion which was probably in August). There has been no official confirmation yet, but everyone in the sub is assuming that a month-long Xmas event will start at the end of November, and that the featured character to defeat and collect at the end of the event will be Robot Santa (similar to Lrr for the Omicronian Invasion and Robot Devil for Halloween).
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