I love this game series, but what the heck is up with the description? Plural "player's" was bad enough, but then... "a really inmersive environment thought the stimulation of their imagination"? What does that even mean? Since this is such a "thrillig" episode, I can hardly wait for the "awnsers" that surely lie hidden in the "dangerous scum."
I can't seem to add any friends. I logged in under a second account and invited myself to play several times, but the requests never appear. Both accounts have reached the Overworld--why can't I add them in game?
SWUM IS CORRECT. For all those saying "They misspell swam," the game says, "It's swum a long way." The "it's" is the contraction of "it has," so what it's really saying is "It has swum a long way." This is correct! He swims, he swam, he has swum. If I see one more comment complaining about "swum" I'm going to punch someone. *angry English major*
I agree with other commenters asking for more realistic quests. The mental math is simply impossible, and it's incredibly difficult to make a profit at the other games. I do think that the fish market and the bank work beautifully, and I like how the home upgrades now add to the money generated by the fastbar, but some tweaking needs to be done to make this a great game. For now, 3/5
The Twenty-One quests are a huge pain. The quest description says "17 or better," but it wouldn't count it when I cashed out with 20. That should have fulfilled ALL the quests that have "or better" in the description. Trying to cash out at exactly a given number completely defeats the purpose of the game.