I uhh I don't know what just happened... apparently i got the second fastest dig.... on my third dig down, all of a sudden the screen just panned down, my timer ran out and things spun and it said i won... yay?
how is the gravitational force of the earth so strong that it can pull giant bullet-like snowballs from barely hitting a far away planet back to Earth. Furthermore they destroy the far away planets but not earth as they land back on the planet... Still fun though =P
I hate when games make you go to other sites. Also the game was way to boring, with the story rather bland and nearly non-existant. the only changes from the first are to magic, which the game actively encorages you not to use. Plus the fact that it askes you to chose a hero and you only have 1 choice... The game seems incomplete, HIGHLY repetitive, and just plain boring.
@1w1n i believe he understands that, but those that are in the classic shop said that they were limited time only when out, i don't remember the summer items saying that they were limited time, so taking them out and putting them in classic without any warning is kinda bad, especially if someone was taking their time because they though that they didnt have to worry about it dissapearing
back to not being able to play this really good game for a week or two, damn college website blocker (although it says its blocked due to games/cartoon violence, kongregate and addicting games and others are not blocked =/)
just found out that i can actually play this game while at home, but probably i cant play the game at the dorms due to them having the ninjakiwi website blocked. so getting the days in a row bonuses is gonna be really difficult for me =/
i really wish i was able to play this with my account but it "couldn't connect to your account or we've lost the connection to your account" although i can still play as guest, i can not save anything. and i cant go to the website cause my college blocks it
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