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A good 10 minutes of play will land you 11 ads at best, 20+ at worst, I got back to back ads more than 10 levels in a row, there is also a incredibly common bug/glitch where the level will not load no matter what you do, resetting your level progress doesn’t nothing, returning to main menu does nothing, even resetting the app itself doesn’t nothing to fix it... I’m only giving it a 2/5 because I like the psychics behind the rope itself, it actual looks like a rope, not some phantom line following me that has no care for speed/direction. But the ads, oh god, THE ADS, it’s pure scum, some characters can only be unlocked by watching a certain amount of ads, but the point from watching the ad is RANDOMLY assigned to a character, which al require multiple points, the “rewards” at the end of a level are anything else, most of the time it’s just “watch ad for a point towards one of the ad exclusive characters” then it might be “watch ad to spend your “energy” (it’s the in-game currency) to unlock a character you could unlock by NOT watching the ad” and if you skip that ad, you get an ad anyway, making the skip button useless... you get no warning to these forced ads, and they appear so often it’s likely you will spend more time watching ads than playing the game, since the levels are all so simple and even start repeating (I had a repeat of Level 1 as my Level 14...)
Firstly, I like the idea of having to figure out how to navigate around the poles with a limited quantity of rope... but there is no indication of how much you have. Adding that would be a nice addition and maybe even limiting your amount more could create a more in depth puzzler where your routing actually matters. Next up. THERE IS NO SOUND. Not even a simple fanfare after completing a level. You get no joy out of completing a “supposedly” difficult puzzle but are instead rudely interrupted by an add that is way too loud because you opened the game full volume expecting some sort of tune to play along with. Its not only eerie that there is no sound, but makes the game even less interesting and therefore, makes people less likely to put up with the barrage of adds. Next, the rope physics are bad. I completed a few levels just because the rope jiggled just right turning that into a solid line would make it more challenging. And finally, there just isn't enough levels here to make this a fully fledged game. I’d like to see more. Maybe even a level selector. But until these issues are dealt with. I wont be even slightly tempted to spend a dime on it or for that matter, play it.
This game needs some work to be done, there have been times in which my level wouldn’t load, or the wrapped box that you would see at the corner of the map would show you what you’re getting. I don’t know if that’s part of the game build because I have only been playing this game for 10 minutes. The controls definitely need to be upgraded, it’s pretty poor in my opinion, there are times where the little guy wouldn’t even follow the direction I was going, and would sometimes be difficult to make him go anywhere because he’s either too far, or it’ll just be hard to maneuver him when trying to wrap around something. This game definitely has a lot of potential, but it doesn’t take away from the fact of the amount of work that needs to be done with multiple things residing in the game itself. Plus, too many ads and it’s apparently glitchy offline on purpose so it can make you get online in order to fix it, also another tactic to get more ads in.
I like the concept of this game. It could be a somewhat of a time killer when you are bored, but this game has HUGE problems that hold it back from actually being good. First, I’ve been blazing though these levels and got up to 115 and still had no challenge. There is no concept of difficulty in this game it is really just poor level design. Second, the levels keep repeating themselves. Third, the ads... there are so many ads in the game is ridiculous! I even bought the $2.99 to remove the ads and I still get ads every now and then, but I should see any ads unless I click on the voluntary ads. Fourth, he reaction time of the character seems to be very slow. There as been many times I loop my finger around an arch and yet, my character is just somewhere else. Finally, the lack of anything other content is this game is what makes people play it for a short while and forget about it.
I don’t understand why a simple game like this requires your personal information. This game requires you to “consent” to giving up personal info to play the game and does not allow you to play this game unless you comply. On top of this it’s just another greedy company focused on making as much money off of one game instead of putting in the work and making many consistent games and implementing a reasonable number of ads. This company is a greedy disgrace and I’m glad to delete this game. To the developer: You are not special you literally made a game that a third grader with a minimal coding background could duplicate. Do not expect to make a fortune from ads on sub-par, half assed work. You are a greedy person who doesn’t give a shred of care to your audience. I hope you enjoy taking advantage of people who like your product cause that’s exactly what you’re doing.
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