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Five stars to one star. It was fine until they decided to cripple the app by REDUCING the ability to play 3 games a day per user to 1 a day per user. Why? Why not just make it so subscribers can play unlimited and the free users can just do 3 games per user as you have had before? Even LUMOSITY allows unlimited play for subscribers and 3 a day for free users, and Lumosity is as monetised as it gets. Your announcement made it seem like going subscription-based is some kind of great achievement. A bait-and-switch is not a great achievement. The moment I’m restricted to one game a day per user, I’m uninstalling. I thought this was a fun game, but now it just leaves a bad taste in my mouth. What a disappointment! Your game could have been distinguished above all the other “children’s learning games” on the App Store, but I guess it’ll just be another one of those to be played for a few weeks and uninstalled.
Why did you update it? Now you gotta pay for all access :(
Developed by 株式会社花まるラボ.
Think!Think! : Puzzle for kids is ranking in Education & Puzzle & Family & Games
Last update was at Jan 15, 2020and the current version is 3.17.6.
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Think!Think! : Puzzle for kids have a 105a user reviews.
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