I just wish the text for the King of All Cosmos's appearances were filtered to be consistent with your progress in the game. For example, I've already passed Stage 50, but the King still reminds me He'll give me a Star Token when I reach 50. Another example, I haven't reached 500 yet so I don't yet have the option to give my Katamari to the King to turn it into a star, but that tip is probably the one I see the most.
I think it's pretty good, I got a lot of enjoyment out of it, and trying to keep ahead of my younger sister's Katamari stage level was fun. But I'm sad to say that I can't really continue playing, because I got a new phone, and from what it seems I can't transfer my data.. I don't find it worth it to try and get hours of progress back. I hope this feature will be added eventually. Maybe I'm just missing something?
This game is very addictive, easy to collect gold, cousin leveling is a bit tedious but well worth it. Collecting candy could be easier... permanent cousins need to be easier attainable. Hate having to reach level 600 with prince to exchange my katamari for such a little amount of stars for so much work.. good game though. Keeps me entertained for hours
Captures the spirit of the Katamari games beautifully! My only gripe is the lack of music choices, there's only four or five songs to pick from, and they're all fairly short. I'd love to see some of the tracks from the older Katamari games make an appearance ("Everlasting Love" from We Love Katamari is my favorite, if Namco is reading this and feeling generous!)
When I found out there was a Katamari Damacy app game I freaked. They were one of my favorite games growing up. The game brings back the classic adorable cast of characters mixed with some new ones for a tap-tastic little game. The music is both nostalgic and new and everything about this game is adorable and fun, just like the old ones. (If you're reading this Namco I'd love a remade Katamari Damacy for the Playstation 4 or even the switch or whatever you want I just want another Katamari for a console). My only complaint is the game can be laggy sometimes, where it doesn't load the music or the cousins or the Katamari itself. Otherwise fantastic game guys. I love it.
Am I missing something? I was excited to see a Katamari game for android, but you're literally just tapping. Tap anywhere on the screen repeatedly to make the katamari roll and...that's it. Visually it's nice, and the music seems alright, but in terms of gameplay I can't imagine anything more boring.
General bugfixes and improvements.
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