Huh. I've only recently started this game, but I think I love the dev (figuratively). This is the first idle game I've found where if you aren't paying full attention and you have more than x1 upgrade on and you click a building like any other it'll give you the max if you don't have the full amount. However, it'll then display how much to get to that next tier and set the number needed to how much it'll take to get to whatever the upgrade number you have. In my case, it's twenty-five. This is brilliant. I don't want to have to sit there and go back to clicking one a bunch of times. Thank you for actually taking the time to think about us, the players. You're brilliant.
Why? Why has computers gone from 8 to 16? I made so much money from that and now it's more timeblocks than sports. I used that one to get all the money I need while having a ton of free time for hobbies.
Also, for those struggling for diamonds and have already done the free diamond likes and video watch, check out the packs you can buy. Specifically the 750k pack! Trust me when I say you want to "buy" this. XD
What I would like to see is a way to buy more than one upgrade for a unit at a time. Whether with shift and Ctrl buttons or by clicking on a thing that can increase the amount you can buy. Also, when doing this, it's always a good idea to show how many upgrades you can buy if you can't reach the full amount of it. Like if I have the buy one hundred up and it shows me that with how much "money" I have I can only buy 65 of them. Something like that.
This game is kind of brilliant. I progressed through the entire game, wondering why I had so much gear and no monsters. Then I saw someone else talking about it in chat and they had monsters. I chose a new game and realized what had happened: Right from the start the dev gives you the option to fight monsters or have a more zen playthrough. Choose war if you want monsters. Choose contemplation if you want it zen. Less experience and chances at money and items if you go with contemplation, but fun all the same. I've gotta say just that option alone made this game high up on my list. Though, I would say that it would be nice if, when you hovered over an option it would tell you this, or if you clicked on one it would pop up with a warning box, saying something like "This option will cause monsters to appear throughout the game. Are you sure?"
You know, just because someone has an opinion on a certain subject, like bust size, doesn't mean you need to downvote the heck out of him. One persons opinion is no worse than another. At least I had kept it classy.
Well, new update seems to have broken the battles somewhat. Now my creatures go in the wrong slots. Because I don't have a water slot filled, even though I put them in their element spots, my metal goes into water and my leaf goes into metal. This is not only frustrating as I keep forgetting that I have to get different elements for dukebot, but also because it makes my team stronger since they aren't in their proper elements.
@ittlecas It's actually "Town level" not "Town hall level." My brain had the same confused reaction. After seeing "Town hall level" it told me that the next line had to also say "Town hall level" even though it's "Town level."
I can't see myself ever enjoying this game. It's an idle game with very little idling, online or offline. On top of that you have to click every single time to get the money AND there's an energy system. Then, if you actually get further along in your chosen profession you get to hire employees to help you out. And that'd be awesome since it might mean I can finally actually idle. Except that the "workers" you "hire" are you whining at your friends until they play the game and hire on. This practically screams "Pay for stuff!" and there's nothing worth even purchasing. What a completely pointless game. When it comes out I'm giving it one star for sure.
Good concept, but too easy. I never got hung up more than a few seconds on any puzzle. Longest was a couple of minutes as the strange way of moving things around was not cooperating with me on that particular puzzle. Needs something else. A different way of doing the puzzles rather than just swiveling everything around a central spot. Maybe the immovable spot could be swiveled as well, and you have to find out exactly where everything has to go, including that. Or we can't see the outline of the puzzle and have to just move it around until everything seems to fit into place and you make it. It just needs something more.
If you go out of your way to hit the Quit Level button it should allow you to reset the entire level and not keep the checkpoint. I don't mind the checkpoint if I die, but if I want to start from the beginning I'd rather not have to go all the way to the end to get to the portal.
It was fun, but way too short. It didn't take me long to get to the end and beat the boss. I didn't even have to get all the upgrades. Would be great if it was longer. Maybe more than one boss. Stages. And some passive upgrades, like coin collect.
It's very strange. I suddenly got a huge influx of angels on Earth. I was going very slowly with my game progression and suddenly I'm at quadrillions. Showed me as having the same amount of angel investors before for a while, then suddenly I had ten billion after buying something. This happened sometime after the moon stopped giving me offline progress. It's almost like it's trying to recognize the game I had previous. Of course, if it is, it's still short as I had way more than that before you guys restarted the game entirely to add the moon, so I have no idea what's going on.
When clicking on the achievements to see what I've unlocked or will unlock it will only show me up to lemonade 5,250. It will not show past that on anything, so I don't know what I've unlocked or what I can unlock. Really sucky since I want to see where the newspaper will lead me after a certain point.