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Five star game. Absolutely. I’m a grandmother who de-stresses at night by playing this game and love every minute of it. Waiting in doctors office? Play the game. Waiting for friend to arrive? Play the game. You can succeed and progress in this game without putting up $$ as in other games. Patience, practice and saving your daily bonuses will allow you to finally pass a difficult level. I’ve been through all the candy crush games and many more, and still play those at times, but this game has been my constant for about 3 years now. My only critique would be for a change in the Champion League. This is the league you play in once you’ve passed all the levels while waiting for an update with new levels to play. It’s frustrating to always be starting over every time I enter this league. I wouldn’t think it would be that hard for the game to know where you left off so you can start where you progressed. It makes me not want to play until there is a new update because I will be playing the same levels over and over again. :/ Please consider this for your devoted players!! Otherwise, best. Game. Ever.
Toon Blast and Toy Blast are fun games, good versions of the match game genre, which are satisfying and a great way to kill some time or distract. Winning is only half due to skill - although you must think, strategize, and recognize patterns to progress at all: game “luck” is also needed to win about half the games. Of course the game is rigged... this type all are. But the egregious failing is that after a run of easy or challenging but eventually surmountable levels, the game “rules” are suspended at a specific level clearly in order make a level nearly impossible without purchasing aides. Clearly the games are not meant to be “fair,” but sometimes they are insulting .... just trying to wear you down ... and that’s where I stop for a while ... no fun. Today I played my last game, for this reason and others. Had enough. Toon Blast has the additional irritation that that it flips the position of the buttons to “spend” game coin compared to the sister game Toy Blast - with no chance to correct yourself - for 5 more steps - so that it is easy to select the button by mistake. The only reason for this inconsistency is to trick players meanly. Enjoy the game but don’t say we didn’t warn you. When you are tempted to get mad, just remember their goal is to make money... play or don’t ... BTW, all my progress (iphone, up to date game) is saved without Facebook, so delete and reinstall when you want to try again.
Loved the game, even spent money on it until I came up short & had to go thru financial statements to find out its been double, triple & quadrupling my charges for months. Top it off, Apple won’t refund my money bc it was past the 30 day policy! It’s a large amount enough to make me fall behind on my bills & cause damage to my life. Couldn’t pay rent & am now HOMELESS! FR!! Now, I don’t spend money & it takes 20+ times to pass a level. Champions league, teams, all that stuff they have is fake. The only way to play & feel like it’s challenging but still fun is to spend money. Charging people to play a game comes with the territory these days BUT overcharging me for things I did NOT buy or receive & NOT refunding that money is FRAUD! Apple & Peak Games lost a great customer & a loyal fan. I won’t spend any money on it anymore & I sure as H$LL won’t trust Apple with my banking information ever again. Let alone store all my credit & bank cards on one of their devices since they don’t stand behind their products & refuse to admit errors in their systems. P.S. After attempting to post this review multiple times it’s still not posted. They also bumped up the times it takes to pass a level to 50+ lives. No joke. I’ll be sure to consult an attorney now & sue them both for the problems they caused me. Homeless & harassed by a multi billion dollar corporation should make them look like scum on the news. I will tell y story to every media outlet out there.
This game is designed by the “luck of the draw” in a sense. Whenever you start a level, it’s a random chance whether that set is programmed to possibly beat the level or not at all. Sometimes, I get stuck on a level and have to play it over and over until I get a “winning level.” This knowledge makes it a bit annoying. It’s not that any of the levels you go through get harder. They are all about the same level of hardness. “Leveling up” just means your collecting more games you’ve passed through not your ability to achieve harder levels. Sometimes I can pass 6 or 7 levels all in a row without loosing a life and sometimes I get stuck on one for 6 or 7 tries. It’s all really just about luck. Also, it gets monotonous after awhile because the added obstinate they put in there are reused just with a different appearance. I think there could be a lot more work done to improve this game. More ideas. More variation throughout the levels. And also, making the levels harder down the road. Although, it is a good way to kill time when I need to. If I’m just sitting there for 15 or 20 min and have nothing to do and I wanna do something mindless this is my go to. Also, a great little way to avoid talking to someone you don’t want to talk to.
I will admit that this is a fun and addictive game; however, Peak has obviously tweaked the game, to where it becomes extremely expensive to play, on a regular basis. If you look at online walk-through’s of the various levels, you will immediately notice that they have reduced the number of moves-per-level; making it extremely difficult to completely many of the levels, without the aid of bonus “tools” or extra turns; all of which require you to purchase expensive packages of these items. I frequently find myself in a position, where I am just one or two moves away from competing a level; when I run out of turns. Another pet peeve; is the fact that weekly “team tours “ have prizes that are equally divided up between those who contribute substantially to the win, as well as those who merely play a single level, to qualify for participation, and do nothing else. If someone scores close to 300 points in a tournament; they should be awarded a greater percentage of the prize; than the loafers; who complete a single level, then quit. Prizes do t need to be based pulley upon percentages of points contributed; but there should be a declining scale, based upon what an individual actually contributes.
Developed by the Peak Games,
Toon Blast has 1 637 357 user reviews.
Toon Blast has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Toon Blast (4735) was released on Jan 13, 2020.
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