I haven't played in more than a year. My savefile was eaten by a virus, my backup savefile's on a thumbdrive the cat lost for me. And then I get that dratted "Anniversary Stuffs!" message that drags me back in! I've even started a NEW game, without all the pre-Explosion loot and all the time I put in already! What is WRONG with me?!
((...and where'd the cat hide that thumbdrive...))
You rerolled my ancients with this update. I had Morgulis all ready to summon, now he's wandered off. Might want to do something about that when updating ancients in the future; I know I can build up more souls for the rerolls, but it's annoying.
I'm enjoying this as much as I've enjoyed the previous entries in the series. Unfortunately, for some reason, my cat does not like the "Yay!" at the end of each level and keeps responding with "Grrr..." So I must mute. Silly cat.
Just to counter all the negatives here, I do find this a fun game. As the first in the series, I don't have any complaints about cookie cutter games - it IS the cookie cutter. It was fun playing when I had the time to devote to attempting an endurance badge, and the only reason I stopped is because my computer ate my save.
People, stop complaining that the dice are rigged. They aren't. Gaby even posted the source code and explained in a blog post how the CPU players work. You can find the links at the Kong wiki Zilch page. If you play long enough you'll see for yourselves that it's possible to get some of those wonderful rolls - it's just the luck of the draw.
Now that's weird. I played this right after it came to Kong and had no problem with mouse lag. Played it again a while later and no problem with mouse lag. Played it on my seven year old laptop and only a little mouse lag. Tried to play again today, and dang...The game's barely running. It started right after the intro finished and froze up twice as I was standing in front of the hideout. Whatever the problem is it's making the Firefox plugin container work overtime.
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