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I love Futurama; it looks fun to play like potentially...like you can get Neil degrease Tyson Stephan hawking and amazing characters like Flexo. But I don't have any of them! I was so close to flexo I just needed one more thing literally and it wasn't past the due date you just took it down like the robot one I was getting into! It's so frustrating, the point of a tap game is to have fun, I'm not saying make it baby easy but the little missions to unlock some characters are excoriating.. the point of the game is to have fun and enjoy having a little futurama town, like the simpsons, which is playable so well that you don't mind waiting for things becuase there not so long and you love the characters like I do this game. I love this show. I'm at level 40 all I do is try to level up becuz I'm so spirit broken on even trying hard to get characters, I'm trying to relax n play not be stressed out in a game like real life. I know you guys work hard for this game and even care to make this game for people( of course also for benefits fo money) I really like how the dialogues are true to the characters, I feel like there should be more variety of things to place but the flowers look pretty and the scroll that you slide up into space is really cool and creative. Thanks if you read:)
When I first started playing this game it sent a congratulations message on being one of the first 50 players to download. I’ve played it for a long time now, watched it develop since the beginning. I wouldn’t still have it if it wasn’t enjoyable. If you’re a Futurama lover like I am, then you’ll see all the references from character sayings, to details on the buildings. There are clever limited time objectives that help keep the game more interesting. That way you’re not just leveling up characters and buying more buildings. This game requires your time and patience. If you have neither of those things, I don’t suggest it. To level up characters you not only have to have career chips, but a lot of money. The chips are over priced, considering you already had to win them to have them in the first place. Buildings that cost over 20k don’t even give you 100 cash for an eight hour time period. So if the money in this game was more reasonable, I suggest not paying thousands to level up a character one level, it would be perfect! It has a great concept, and I play this game a lot. Considering you need money to advance to get almost anything, it shouldn’t be as difficult to acquire. I recommend this game to anyone who enjoys this type of game, there’s an interesting twist that mixes it up from the usual gameplay.
Futurama is one of my favorite tv shows. I’ve seen every episode and has some of my favorite tv characters of all time but you would think that this game would give you all the main characters early on like The Simpsons: Tapped Out or Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff right? Wrong. Some of the main characters like Leela, Dr. Zoidberg, Hermes, etc. you have to wait until your way farther into the game and if you don’t spend money on the game then the game goes extremely slow. Instead you get Scruffy who was only a recurring character before most of the major ones. The only major characters you get early on in the game are Fry, Dr. Farnsworth, Bender, and Amy and that’s it. Also this game has limited building space which normally I wouldn’t complain; Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff had limited building space, but it’s actually nearly impossible to lay roads because unlike tapped out or quest for stuff where you lay roads by dragging your finger therefore you can place roads anywhere and the roads will fit, in this game you have to place roads as individual blocks that are exactly the same size and a lot of times the road won’t fit. The spaces you unlock are also much smaller, sometimes so small you can only fit one building in the space before needing to spend money unlocking more space. It just gets really annoying when you can’t place buildings or road anywhere without it looking silly
Come for the nostalgia, but it has one of the most unforgiving gameplay mechanisms I've seen even for a game of this type. This game absolutely deserves one star, but just because I'm giving it one star doesn't mean Futurama fans shouldn't try this game. It's free, and you get the voices. But as a game, it is just anti-fun. There's a drop rate based on RNG, so you can't play according to your schedule because something may not drop. You can't plan out how to get drops. Right now, there is the October 2017 Hell on Earth event, and there are space missions where you have to sit there and grind about 10 battles. In each battle, you make your characters fight monsters at 1 damage per hit for an over 200hp enemy, and it takes 8-18 minutes to complete a battle. And you just have to be there just to make sure your phone doesn't turn off so the battle is successful. There's no gameplay, you just have to be awake, and bored. What's worse is that if you spend money on premium currency, you can supposedly bypass some of this hassle by getting more bombs that can kill these enemies, but even then, the management of the bombs is so hard, due to the learning curve and a bomb capacity, that even the paying customers probably have a difficult time progressing on this event. So, this is just a game that isn't fun, and paying money isn't going to make the game more fun. But, the nicest thing is trying to get some of favorite characters, if you are ever so lucky!
How can you get lower on a freeium game? Well this one takes the cake. I play a few freeium games and this has won. Not only do you have to get chips to level up your player, you also have to spend you Nixon bucks along with it. That means you don't make it very far in any storyline or side quests unless you drop major dollars. Buildings don't put out very much money and you can probably make it through three maybe four times on a planet to get a character maybe a few levels (one level,if you're lucky, after lvl 20). I've played all of the side quests and don't make it anywhere because I don't have the character requirements ever. And it's a waste to get extra character because you have to spend all your hard earned Nixon bucks and chips to upgrade for those quests and then they are never used again later down the road. Go figure. I love Futurama but this game is just bull from the beginning. And so begins a new chapter with the new update. Not only did they incorporate a promotion for characters AND an arena battle but they did it during the Christmas event. So that means you have to spend real money on more gas to go and try and get promotion items and try and fight in the arena and complete the Christmas event. If you are new to the game, just walk away now. You can spend months on this game and not make it far at all. Just for your sake, don't waste your time. It's not worth it.
Developed by Jam City, Inc..
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is ranking in Games & Simulation & Adventure
Last update was at Aug 10, 2021and the current version is 1.6.6.
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Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow have a 6 596a user reviews.