I wish the windowed mode would be fixed. It doesn't fit the actual window when returning from fullscreen. Buttons & name cut off, only way to get them back into view is to either reload or go back to fullscreen. Frustrating, especially to people who want to chat with their Kong friends while waiting for energy to recharge.
The new system doesn't show the player ANY details on stored furniture. This is why I liked the warehouse. If you stored some upgraded racks because you wanted more resource bins in your limited space, you could check on which would get you the most energy return with each sale. I seriously miss this. Please, please bring back this functionality.
I would appreciate a "Lock All" button & hotkey for the Dartling Monkeys when the Dartling Ammo Dump is selected. It's a natural extension of how they all focus on the same point when in mouse mode. If you agree, rate this up!
Text is too small, and there's no way to change it. Using Windows Magnifier to play a game is not an ideal solution. Add that to lack of visual appeal and originality, and this game is a lesson in how to annoy gamers.
Initial Thoughts: The only-one-ad-per-product rule is a bit ridiculous. This isn't how advertising works in the real world, and it isn't how it should work in the game. Just figure out and implement a formula of diminishing returns (2nd concurrent ad is only 90% effective, 3rd is 80%, and so on), and have done with it.
Capping the clicks? REALLY?! Use of an auto-clicker was the only thing that made playing the light side close to enjoyable. Now, instead of days worth of work to get an upgrade, it's going to take weeks, or even months, which seriously handicaps the light side and throws the factions off-balance. How about just not letting people who exceed a certain clicking speed not be eligible for high score ranking instead?
I made the mistake of thinking about how one would modify a cow to produce milk at a speed equal to several dozen fire hydrants wide open. Basically, you'd have to cross-breed them with Babe, the blue ox. Either that, or...very bad things.
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