Freemium done right This is hands down one of the most ridiculous games I've played. The concept is hilarious, the graphics are great, the controls are smooth. The best part, however, is the freemium model. It's not pay-to-play; you can actually play the game without shelling out huge amounts of cash (or any, really) as long as you're diligent and just play the game. The original Wind-Up Knight is the only other game I've played with this freemium model. Much respect for the devs and marketing team on this point. Awesome game!
Great game except one thing This game is so much fun to play, especially if you have a couple minutes to waste. Gems and cons are both easy to get, the achievements range from simple to challenging and can easily be bypassed with a couple of, again, easily obtained gems, there aren't an excessive amount of ads, just one every now and then, and the game is addicting and entertaining. The only problem I've found is that every time I open the game, the first time I play the boulder won't control, but every time other than that it works.
Best time killer or long haul game Im an avid droid gamer. I've played hundreds and very rarely rate 5. One of the only games you dont have to pay to advance in the game. The tasks are just hard enough to keep you entertained. And best of all.... You get to destroy everything!
I actually love this game, or i did when it was compatible with my phone. For whatever reason, the game will only register the fact that your tilting on certain devices. It worked when I owned a Samsung Galaxy s2. But it does not work with a Nexus 2 tablet, Samsung Galaxy prevail lite smartphone, nor an HTC Desire 626 smart phone. I don't know if the issue is with the compatibility, but I have never had any trouble with other apps on any of these devices. If the market of the game could make the game more compatible or more sensitive so that it works on my devices,I will gladly reinstall it and give it the 5 star rating it deserves.
Really fun It's an incredibly fun game. My only issue is that some of the challenges are things that require you to use items that are mostly acquired through spending money. I understand they need to make money, and they should. I've even spent some on this game already. But requiring it too progress is a bit shady. But that will always be an issue with freemium games I suppose.
This game would be a lot more fun if I didn't have to click through tons of ads to play again. Most galling is that the button after I'm forced to view an ad says "No Thank You", not "No". Why should I thank them for forcing me to view an ad for another game that I don't want? Here's an idea: three buttons instead of two. "Yes", "No Thank You", and "Go F*** Yourself", where the second and third button dismiss the add. See how many people click the third button instead of the second.
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