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I usually open up and play this app several times a day. It’s the sort of game that uses energy to play. Although you also can plant and sell crops and goods. (They cost game money, but not gems nor energy) On days that I’m too busy, I don’t have to worry about collecting items. The goods do not go bad or expire. The longer you play, the more energy you can store. Plus there are opportunities to earn trophies for events that give you extra energy. Game play could be frustrating until you understand the options on where to spend your energy. There is a main story line, the trial race story line, several events, plus a home location. You also have to know what resources you need to have on hand to produce goods that are needed often. For example fire. My advice is to not worry about the trial race or events until you figure out the game play. Realize that you will most likely have to play this game often for short periods of time. I have ADHD, so this works out great for me. Lots of options, so I don’t get bored repeating tasks. And I can spend 5 minutes and be done until I remember to open my app again. I have never purchased gems to play. There are videos to watch if you want extra energy or rewards. However you can always skip adds.
So I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this game!!! I do have some suggestions though. I feel that it needs to be a little easier ti get energy and emeralds and things of that sort. I say this because the energy bar only goes to 54 and if you have nothing to add to it and you have to clear something it takes all of your energy in one tap. This makes me want to delete the game because I would love to play it for more than 8 seconds! I also feel that when building or needing extra supplies and you have to buy from the merchant... well i feel that it NEVER gives me enough time to complete and I end up waisting product that I could have used on something else. I have also found it very aggravating that the special quests also take ALL of your energy! I again would love to play longer!!! All in all this game is great and fun. I do feel that y’all could make it more fun by reducing the energy cost it takes to clear things. I also feel that y’all could give us more energy and boosts. The merchant should stay longer or the products we make need to be less and lastly, I feel that it would be more beneficial if we could get emeralds and ruby’s easier WITHOUT spending real money!!! Thank you for letting me write this review and thank you for taking the time to read it. Like I said earlier, I do love this game, However, I do feel that it could be a lot more user friendly so I could play longer.
I’ve never played the PC version or whatever came out prior to the iPad version, but it is a fun game to play. The first 5 Levels go by pretty quick and give you the basics of playing the game. The game slows down a bit until about level 10-15 as you build up and locate the items you need to produce needed coins and energy, but hang in there, it’s worth the wait. I’m at about level 18 currently and you can play for a longer length of time without running out of energy so fast. As a fan of FarmVille type of games I have found this to have a similar feel with some nice twists. I look forward to the ability to play with others as it is only a one player game for now. The game is regularly updated and special events are incorporated also. The summer faire event has been fun and I almost have it completed. You can play without having to spend real money on gems, but to excel the gameplay extra gems would help obviously. I haven’t spent money on the game but I personally don’t mind spending $5-$10 here and there to support the developers. It’s obvious a lot of work went into this game so don’t be so quick to judge if you find it getting frustrating earlier in the game. I do think the help section could be much more elaborate in explaining the challenges often faced in the game, but at least there is something to help you along your exploration. Enjoy!
This game is really fun. Just like other games that are similar, you get 1 energy every 1.5 mins, you have a farm, animals, build buildings and can essentially cook and create things from the ground up. There is a map you get to go to different areas. Only thing with this is you can’t go back to those locations once you leave which is kinda dumb imo. That’s a lot of RSS missed out on in the beginning if you don’t know this. The level climb is really slow as well and the energy you get per level makes the game, at times, unfun to play since it takes days to clear just a little patch of trees. You have the option to use gems which can be bought with real money or slowly earned through leveling and some events/jobs but honestly it’s not worth it if you need items that can be bought only with gems which are a lot. At level 16 you only have 52 every you can use without add ones such as food, candy from animals and the sweets shop mini game that has like a 4-5 hour cool down which only gives between 0-45ish energy. So when it costs 65 energy to chop down one tree, you can see the concern that a lot of these reviews are talking about. The game is fun and the story is cute but this isn’t a full time game. More of a, I’m sitting on hold for 10min and want something to do while I wait” game. Get the energy consumption under control a bit more and I think the ratings would sky rocket.
I played this game and really began to love it but it is designed to cause extreme frustration unless you spend money on Gems. I play lotta games and most of them are designed to get you to buy energy to move the game along but the games are still reasonably playable not this one. This one is the most extremely blatantly designed to make you spend money on gems, which get used up pretty fast and you’re back at needing more gems. It is either buy gems or play the game at a snail’s pace. It takes all the fun out of the game. The energy that you can earn naturally is much less than you need to clear a tiny section of very large area. I really regret the money I spent on this. Since It was like extortion. Want to move the game along? Then you better buy more gems. So as much as I loved the game… I could not afford to play it anymore. The developers response indicates that I am not using my time wisely but I did all the things that they suggested. It’s amazing how many reviews mention exactly the same thing about the expense but It is ignored. As so many other reviewer‘s have said, I have no problem supporting a game by making purchases but within reason. It makes me wonder how many of the five star reviews are really valid. This game will never have really loyal customers, unless money is no object for them. I guess they prefer quantity over quality. Game loyalty must mean nothing.
Developed by VIZOR APPS CORP..
Klondike Adventures is ranking in Games & Simulation & Adventure
Last update was at Jan 16, 2020and the current version is 1.55.
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Klondike Adventures have a 34 154a user reviews.
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