This might be helpful to some people. I used first option, my save wasn't wiped and offline bug was corrected. For your own safety do an export though. http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser's-Cache
I think we need a mass buy button for the upgrades / managers. It should start buying from the cheapest until the most expensive as long until it reaches the point where you cannot buy the next. Likewise for the angel updates. Also same button for the stores.
Also, it would be nice to have a buttor that would increase the shops to the next achievement. IE if you have 1 shop, it would display the cost up to 25 and if you had 129 shops it would display the cost up to 200.
I am sure that someone must have suggested it, but shouldn't you rebalance the pricing on high level shops based on the expected return? It is not rational to buy newspapers against oil rigs, but you only do it to get the double speed. Maybe a rebalance that would be "almost" even, with a little bias (say 1-2%) towards the oil rigs must seem more reasonable. I hope that makes sense
A few tips for the impossible badge. The hardest part is getting the 6 worlds without deaths. 1-3 and 6 should be easy to do. The hard ones are 4 and 5. Try to clear the whole map the first 15~ times before you start reseting on the 1st death. This way you will get to know the whole map! If you manage to do this, then 95% you will get the badge. Try to do this first since most of medals and some trophies will come naturally. Trophies : Get 1-8 , before you attempt to get the advanced mode lvl 10, otherwise it bugs. Medals : You can get different medals for advanced worlds. Try 1-4 worlds if needed to reach 50. Good luck. Game rated 1/5.
92+118+84 . I think the challenge mode is the easiest. The combo I did best was WASD (green) , UP/DOWN (blue) and Q/E (yellow). Alternatively, instead of blue or yellow the SHIFT (purple) is also an easy choice. Good luck.
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