Buy the weapon like they say, get rid of the little windows by doing what they tell you and killing that wave, then open up the weapon/upgrades screen and just hit reset all then redistribute to the weapons you want. +1 if you hated wasting upgrade points on the guns you don't want.
I reposted this edited so it makes more sense and so you don't make the mistake of resetting your stuff before the wave's over because you can only reset all once per level it seems and it'd suck if you reset your skills to get rid of it but end up having to keep it.
@ub1que I don't know if this works for later on with the useless armor-deteriorating gun, but it worked with the Zeus weapon. Buy the weapon like they say, get rid of the little windows by doing what they tell you, then open up the weapon/upgrades screen and just hit reset all then redistribute to the weapons you want. +1 if you hated wasting upgrade points on the guns you don't want
Don't see anybody else mentioning it but I thought I would. For some reason, it always says I have negative survivors available for work but usually I can assign a few more to a task before I'm actually out of available helpers. Great game 5/5 and thanks for all the updates.
Great game, but somehow, I ended up at one of the garages with -1% damage and the cost to repair was -6. I couldn't hit the repair button anyway, but still, I think that needs to be addressed/fixed. Haven't had such a good game on here in a while, 5/5.
I noticed that everyday, plenty of employees will get stuck at my elevator, even though I have other elevators, they keep using that one and it ends up so that nobody can use it because everybody's trying to use it. Fix that please, other than that though it's a great game.
Even better than the original 2! Word to the wise though, don't buy the purple seeds. They seem to be worse than the yellow seeds. They don't improve your skills like in the other two and they raise your energy by 3 and it costs $15. To get 3 levels out of the yellow seeds it's only $6. Unless I'm missing something about the purple seeds. Anyway, great game.
Good game, but sometimes the spacing makes it impossible. If I get a down almost right after two ups that required double-jumps, I can't make it. It is possible I'm just not that awesome, but that seems to be my only pitfall. Other than that though, great game.
The game itself isn't half-bad but the controls are annoying. For one, he barely, if at all, moves left or right if you're also going forward or backwards. And second of all the controls shouldn't be oriented on which way he's facing, w should make him go up, a should make him go left, s should make him go down, and d should make him go right (same goes for the arrow keys obviously).
I was going to give this game 5 stars from the beginning just because it's such an awesome game. However, after playing it for a bit longer, I discovered something that made me want to give it more than just 5 stars: a reference to an old song/tv show. I don't know which you were going for, but the bar is definitely where people go to see their troubles are all the same and where everybody knows your name. Great game!
I don't know how clear it is to others, but I'm putting this here for anyone who didn't notice this until it happened and it was too late. When your character dies, they don't just start back from the beginning, they die permanently. I'm sure many people knew this, however I had to learn this the hard way.
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