Pretty good idea game. Haven't ran into any bugs or anything that make it less enjoyable. I see a lot of people complain about 'pay to win', but none of the things you can purchase can't already just be earned. Everything you pay for purely for convince and time saving. Level system is pretty balanced, item scarcity is pretty decent, and the general leveling curve is easy to follow. Oh also, the game literally tells you everything you need to know. Just look in the tutorial book.
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It's hard to see the beautiful graphics of the game when you are constantly struggling to get rid of equipment. You can just get rid of all of the equipment with a button but I look at each stats and try to choose the best one which is quite difficult, each time I think I got the supplies down it will fill right back up so I can't just sit back and do something else.
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Had it at 4 stars in beginning of game, but soon after it became purely pay-to-win. I don't mind grinding, since that is part of the idea in an idle game. However, once skin characters hit level 10, just getting character stat resets you have to pay with real money. Once you've completed the first 100 floors, you will need to pay for everything, including access to quests! Love the art and the concept, but this game is literred with pay-to-win. Skipping to other idlers with fairer gameplay.
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