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Overall I found myself enjoying the time I spent playing this app. The levels start out really easy, but gradually become a little more challenging later on. This gives the game a very nice difficulty curve that never spikes up at random. I also like how the Rainbow Powers grow and change as you upgrade the two characters available. This keeps the upgrades from becoming too stale and gives the player something to strive for. However, I do have to agree that putting a pay wall between the player and the other characters is a little bit much. So here's what I recommend: Allow the player to play a demo version of the locked characters within their specific levels. This way the player isn't barred from the rest of the game, but you can still sell the characters for $2.99. Alternatively, you could create 6 new characters and shift the price tag onto them, thus freeing up the main characters and giving the player full access to the game, while still having a way to make money from the game. I hope you - Budge Games - will take my recommendations into consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.
I got this game for my 6 year old who loves My Little Pony. She loves the game; however, with only one map she is completely done with the game with a pack (we purchased the rest of the ponies) fully powered up ponies. Now, there is nothing left to do but to completely reset the game. (Who wants to do that?!) The ending of the game was disappointing as well. Also, I think the game should have more purposes in collecting the coins. Once you have fully “Powered Up” your pony’s, the coins have no purpose. I will say she is very proud of herself for completing a game for the first time and that is nice to see.
This game is amazing. I don't understand why people keep complaining about having to buy other ponies. Buying the ponies also comes with the option to remove ads. The app needs to make money to continue to develop content. I bought all the ponies. I have lots of fun, it was worth it. My only complaint is that I wish at the end we didn't have to start all over. I wish I could just replay levels. When I restart, I have to power up my ponies all over again. Plus I like to play the more challenging levels at the end the best. Oh well. Still a great game, in which I highly recommend playing.
I have never written. Review but I agree with the review from a year ago. To only have two players and require the other ponies to get passed certain levels there should be a way to play those levels with out purchasing or have someone to purchase the game and have access to all the ponies and charge for upgrades. Other wise I would have given a 5. As it sits right now I have moved on from all available levels and can not move forward unless I 1. Reset the game or 2. Buy more ponies. Even if I could go back into levels I have already passed would be a good alternative to not having to buy the ponies until I’m ready to spend more money on the game. So maybe open up the other levels so you go back in and re-run them
Ok, I understand this is a game aimed to entertain small children but I was bored and the preview made it look fun. It’s basically “Robot Unicorn Attack” for toddlers. However, that’s not why I’m giving it a 3 out of 5. I’m doing that because of being given the ultimatum of making a purchase if I wish to finish the game. Out of the Mane 6, you’re given the choice between Twilight and Fluttershy as playable characters. Some levels require specific ponies and you may not continue without them, nor can you unlock any of them without spending a few bucks. Went as far as I could get, which only took a few hours and now I’m deleting it since I’ve completed it as much as I can.
Developed by Budge Studios.
My Little Pony Rainbow Runners is ranking in Entertainment & Education
Last update was at Jul 31, 2019and the current version is 1.4.
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My Little Pony Rainbow Runners have a 4 134a user reviews.
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