Geared to take your money Huge money scheme. After five levels it asks you to rate. After that, the ads start, one every two levels, therefore every two minutes. Timer too quick and with only ten tiles very little hope of winning without paying, even after leveling. Letter Quest is a MUCH better option...
Good game, but... I was totally enjoying the game and thinking this is something I could get into, so I was like let's purchase the extra chest. I had credit through Google play and it worked. Suffice to money and confirmed, however, once done the chat was not available to me and my credit from Google play was gone. Not to happy.
Wow. Have you guys ever thought of maybe turning off your data?? All I ever see is bad reviews of awesome games because of "ads". It's sad. If you actually liked games, you would've tried turning your data off to just play without an Internet connection to feed you ads. Update when necessary, but otherwise keep offline. I love games. Hate ads. You don't see me bitching about it.
Great game! A bit pushy on in game purchases Reminds me of bookworm which what I was totally looking for only that it's a bit too dependent on in app purchases. Maybe a little balancing so that we can still play without paying if we're patient?
Too many ads You should able to play more than one or two levels before an unstoppable 30 second ad plays. You barely play for two minutes before ads are unbearable. Uninstalling now.
Great premise, terrible execution. I love the premise of this game, but unfortunately the ads that you can't skip after every single level that last 30 seconds or more kind of kill the flow. If this game was set up more like Letter Quest and didn't have a life system I would be totally down for paying to rid of them. The other gigantic flaw is the games insistence on posting to your facebook.