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I saw this from the Tiny Tower game, and I love it! As it just came out, there are obviously a few things missing. The first would be converting bux to coins just like in Tiny Tower. It comes in very handy in Tiny Tower, and I’d love for it to be added here. The second is video offers. It’s pretty self explanatory, but I don’t want the only way to get bux to be buying it and the small missions every so often. The third would be all the people that do things, like the Real Estate Agents and construction workers, being in the lobby instead of the bottom of the screen. It bothers me when I’m trying to tap the menu or elevator button and I press that instead. The last thing from the top of my head are the levels that residents have for each type of job. In Tiny Tower, they have different jobs that they are better in, and I think it would fit here as well. Other than those things, the game is good!
I have never written a review but I am hoping Nimblebit and LEGO read these reviews and improve the game . My grandson introduced me to the original Tiny Tower . At first I could not believe I was playing this game . But as I continued to play I was hooked . I do think the LEGO tower is even better ! Hello who doesn’t love legos . I would recommend one important change . In the original Tiny Tower chat room I have heard numerous people say they will not play because you are charging for days not a one time purchase to enjoy the benefits such as automated elevator and access to all rooftop, lobbies etc. Most people I played with paid the one time Fee and thought it was reasonable. I realize this is a money making business but please go to the one time fee for the extra club benefits. I think you will find more people will join. There are a few difference in the two games . I’m not going to go into the other minor improvements that could be made because others gave mentioned it and this was the most important difference I saw that I did not like or agree with . Having said all that I’m a fan. I can’t stop playing ! I love this LEGO Tower. I highly recommend it to people of all ages . Oops I have to mention the new mail feature . I love this . I love that you can see who is sending you gifts such as LEGO pieces . In the past towers you might not catch who was kind enough to share things with you . Again awesome clean fun game for all ages !
This is a pretty good tiny tower game though not as good as fallout shelter. Ok so the good... nice design and great customization options . If you get the membership you can alter a lot more like your background and some of your levels can be themed as well as the roof, and you can choose what new businesses come in. I think it’s worth it but a bit pricey. If you like mixing and matching LEGO pieces and trading with friends I can see that as a collecting mini game that would be fun. The bad. First off there are little things you can do to pass the time like find pizzas and lost pets and all kinds of random things hidden in your levels but it’s repetitive fast. You still need to do it to get bux but this is not a game you can spend any real time on. It’s a game that’s best if you just want to check in every few hours. Also I wish it was a little more interactive. I wish I could choose my menu at the sweet shop or cafe or sushi place etc... it just needs more interaction for me. All in all a nice game to have, but not really a time waster
I’ve been a fan of these games since TT first came out. I played the heck out of the first one, and I was very sad when Tiny Death Star got removed (please, Disney, bring it back), and I was so giddy when I saw this. It’s pretty much perfect, and the stuff it is lacking shouldn’t be too much trouble to add, I’d hope. Like I think it’d be better if the camera didn’t zoom out when using the elevator in zoomed-in mode, and I’d love to be able to scroll down below the tower to see Easter eggs like in previous games. Also please add the chart showing how many of each type of floor you have, so it’s easy to decide what to add next. It seems like the only problem with this game is that it’s not quite as in depth as the previous installments. Overall, I like it a lot, and I’d love to see those few changes if possible. Anyways, thanks again, Nimblebit for the awesome game. It truly makes the kid in me happy again.
I’m a little obsessed with this game. It is so much fun, it’s unbelievable. The only thing I wish the devs would consider is this. I spend $3 to 5 days of being in the LEGO Club. During that time, I chose a different background. All backgrounds are free when you’re in the LEGO club, but hey, you just spent real money, so that’s fair. After, when my 5 days had gone, I switched back to the default just to play around. To go back to the one I had gotten, it would be another $5,500 LEGO bux. Since I spent real money, I think it would be nice if I could at least keep the one I ended my club membership with, I mean obviously not all of them, but at least that one would be nice. Guessing the same goes for the elevator, but I’m too afraid to switch and lose my Colorful elevator now that I have to wait until payday again for another 5 day membership.
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