Ultimate Arrogance-wants your money This app is pointless and tries to get you to pay to get to do anything. It's beyond arrogant of such a lame celebrity to think anyone cares enough about him to want to play and pay to do so.
Waste of time This game used to be fun. The makers have become disgustingly greedy and have made it incredibly hard to get by without spending real money. For example, most books cost gold coins and these are needed for most decent jobs in the game. Trust me. The game has gone down hill. Do not install. Do not play. Do not give in to the developers over the top greed. Don't get me wrong. I don't mind spending money on a game that is fun when it is worth it but not when it is almost forced upon you.
Great Fun!!! :-) Very funny and great fun to get the jobs...it was a little confusing when I started but then it was cool!
The Best, Highly Enjoyable. I honestly absolutely love this game. I've played the hell out of it on my wife's iPad for the past 8 months and as soon as I bought myself an Android tablet, I downloaded it again straight away. It's a good time killer, with a light and humorous aesthetic, funny voiceovers, and fun vibe altogether. Its seen me through numerous occasions where I had a few minutes to kill, and wound up playing an hour or more. Highly recommended!
Pure Greed Has to be the greediest 'free game' I've ever stumbled across. I miss the day when you could pay a sensible amount to buy a game that you could do whatever you want with and not have to keep ploughing ridiculously extortionate amounts of money in just to be able to play. This game pushes the boundaries of what's legally acceptable to restrict in game without purchases and does not care in the slightest about what's morally acceptable.
Good fun but Needs to be less expensive w/gold coins demand. Needs more interaction options etc apart from that fun but could be better.
* New jobs and tasks
* Improved server connection to download new shop items
* Game size reduced to 36mb
Platypus are odd. But what if we pushed them a little further? Mutations, baby.