A good time waster but overpriced for what it is. No real challenge either, just get bigger numbers than previous playthrough. Micro management of items is annoying. Single clicking every item for every upgrade is annoying. No real sense of accomplishment, just busy work.
Adorable, rewarding, make it cute or strategic, you'll be fine either way. Play how you want and fall in love with a silly little town and adventurers with individual stats and a quirky newspaper company. Everything is cute and funny and I absolutely love it.
It's very repetitive and there isn't any challenge to the game. If you leave your people alone, they will happily survive without your help. This isn't worth the $4.99
The game has a cursor in the middle of the screen that can take precedence over taps and swipes; for instance, it could grab the current dungeon in progress and interpret all taps as you tapping on the dungeon. I also noticed that the game is scaled to tablet size, including the size of the taps. Yes, the game uses regions of the touchscreen to detect taps and swipes, not Android's built-in handlers!
You've done it again. Another simple yet ever evolving little pixel addiction. Just as game dev story, this is clearly a must have in my devices from now on.
This is a tough game to write a review for. It's a surprisingly fun game with an absolutely terrible interface. When there is a list of items you have to very carefully touch the scroll bar and drag instead of scrolling like a normal touch screen application does. The buttons are very finicky and have to be pressed just the right length of time. Sometimes when unselecting a character and pressing elsewhere on the screen, the previously selected character is chosen. It's hard to tell when any item is selected as there is inconsistent use of highlighting when a widget is touched. Tabs cannot be swiped in between, they have to very carefully be touched. I am guessing that this is a straight port of a flash game and it demonstrates why lazy programming is so bad. And yet, the game is surprisingly fun and I have spent several hours of time playing it already.