Tips to progress: For the first several hours, reincarnate early and often. Beat the first boss and reincarnate. Invest your ryos in to attack power. Repeat this until you are around 500% attack power. Then you can probably topple the second boss before reincarnating. Repeat until you are at around 1000% attack power.
After this, start investing points in to defense. After you defeat the third boss, you can allow the game to idle for a bit. You`ll start earning tyos over time. You can now farm several hundred ryos per day, even with the window closed.
I liked it a lot, but didn't feel rewarded for... anything. It was much too slow in making money, and what I made didn't always make sense to what i was doing.
Most of these types of games use an achievements system to add variety and increase cash-flow. *cough*
I started a half orc barbarian, and a gnome bard at the same time. Two extremes of character builds. After about 48 hours, the gnome bard could probably take on 10 of my half orcs at the same time. The gnome has 100 mil gold and the orc is literallly broke. That's what charisma does.
There is a glitch with the pilot achievement. I got every level of it on my second run, when I beat level 2. I also have a lot of trouble getting my car to start moving at the beginning of a level. It will wobble back and forth, but accelerating takes about 30 seconds to 'kick in'.
I have everything upgraded to max, and I am at the point where my only quest is to upgrade my plot size for the second time. However, the second upgrade is still locked. There's nothing else to do, though. I refreshed, still not working.
When my burger reached the end, instead of doing anything it just slowly drifted ever upward and onward until the screen was just black. I waited 5 mins, but nothing else happened. I understand there is some sort of screen that signifies the ending? Then I have hit a bug.
Americans go to someone else's country, blow stuff up, and kill people, but they sure get offended if someone makes the slightest implication that the people of those countries have the right to defend themselves.
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