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So it's not a bad game but there are some problems. Not with the programming or anything but the algorithms used to calculate the direction of the rockets. As you get further into the game you start to get fewer and fewer moves to the point where you need to be extremely lucky or buy stuff. It consistently asks if you want to buy coins I don't really mind that that much but if you don't like that then this game isn't for you. Now about the rockets, you combine five or more blocks of a certain color you get a rocket is says "random" but I have been counting the rockets and put together a graph real quick of the rockets. Depending on the level and the nature of the objective you may desperately need a vertical rocket but nine out of ten of them are going to be horizontal if you need a horizontal you get a vertical. If your down to your last few moves and you have the opportunity to get a rocket and win the level if it is a certain direction, 14 out of 15 times it's going to be the opposite direction. I found that the math in the app used to determine direction purposely gives you the opposite direction to push you into buying more coins, which can become extremely frustrating when you reach higher levels and it takes you three or four days to beat one level. Other then this if you looking for a casual gaming experience this game isn't bad (I downloaded to play at work when times are slow). This game isn't bad though
Toy Blast and Toon Blast are fun games, good versions of the match game genre, which are satisfying and a great way to kill some time or distract from a turbulent plane ride or other nervy time. 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... no fun. After 1x, I learned never to purchase but to wait for a turn in “luck.” But there have been a few times where 100 attempts later, I finally get to progress to next level. Today I played my last game for this reason. Had enough. 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.
Why should we waste any of our hard earned money on these dumb stupid games when in fact we own NOTHING. Yet you just extort and exploit this crap. Words With friends I have played for years even paid for the AD FREE VERSION guess what now that has ads and half the time the link won’t flippin work. Like really they won’t give coins for winning a game but 1 coin a day and if Words with friends watch video link work you get 3 coin plus what they call ink color which changes the color of your letters. Oh and on WWF you can’t go through a board without having to exchange letters because you get duplicate letters. My last game my letters no lie were BBNNQNY. Like this game toy blast is just as bad. And where are the toy blast? Seems like a Candy Crush Saga game but square. You have similar game platform which in itself is just boring and out dated. Worst games or those stupid bakery, restaurant, home decorating, garden or landscape and those awful mystery games where you find objects in a picture. You want to create a game create a good crime game where you are a cop and you actually find the clues and solve murders.. or you can choose to be the bad guy and see how long you can hide from your friends. I waste enough money on these games. Far too much.
This game used to be awesome!!! I have been playing this game for a few years now, and recently they have changed a few things that make this game a go to when you really have nothing to do. They used to offer three chest that had 2hr free play 2nd chest was 4hr free play and last was 24hr free play which was awesome and yes would take awhile to get to but worth it. Now they just offer one chest 10 steps away every 3 days. Now while in the lower levels okay not that bad but as you get higher sometime it’s impossible to get to that chest and when you go through the 5 lives given and still haven’t bet that 1 level you get frustrated and we all have lives so that might be the only time I get to play that day. I found that I played more when it was the other way. Then there’s the thing where the closer you get to the legends arena the further they move it. When on a really hard level I’ll spin the wheel each day get my tool and play my free play and that’s it to build up a tool army to finally beat that crappy level. The further you get the harder it gets and not being thrown any bones doesn’t make it as fun as it used to be. 😢
Toy Blast ranks at the top of my list of predatory games. The higher your level, the more predatory the game becomes. What I have found to be most egregious is how blatantly obvious it has become that the game is about screw you. On most levels above 500, you can easily predict how the game play will change to either eliminate your boosters, exhaust your lives or leave you with one more square to clear if you hadn’t run out of moves. Often, after that last move before you must spend to continue, the square can be seen to need only one move to clear, yet you purchase 5 meaning you lose 4. There is nothing positive here for kids. Hopefully parents keep an eye on their kids’ spending because the game is designed to encourage spending with abandon, or be labeled a failure by those little creepy characters, the blonde girl who cries so much in particular. I could give a flip about the purchases, the exploitation of the players is just wrong and is what leaves me to call it quits. Like Candy Crush, which I didn’t believe could be out done from a predatory standpoint, Toy Blast takes the prize. Another mindless but enjoyable game bringing hundreds of millions of dollars to PEAK, every year. Yes, hundreds of millions. Look it up, you’ll be as horrified as I. Jeffrey Miller San Francisco, CA
Developed by the Peak Games,
Toy Blast has 698 865 user reviews.
Toy Blast has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Toy Blast (6861) was released on Jan 20, 2020.
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It’s Toy Blast time! The ultimate matching puzzle game played by millions of users every day!
Match the cubes of the same color and combine boosters for
huge explosions to blast your way through thousands of levels!
Fun is at the tip of your fingers, with the most fascinating puzzles you will ever solve!
There are countless possibilities, and your talent in solving puzzles will be key in mastering Toy Blast.
Experience the greatest adventures through infinite episodes in the most colorful lands of the Toy World.
● Unique and simple gameplay - just tap the matching cubes
● +3000 puzzles, easy and fun to play but challenging to master
● Fun events every day: Star Tournament, Crown Rush, Level-Up Challenge
● Star Chest - open and win amazing rewards as you progress through levels
● Legends Arena, where you can compete with the best players
● Daily prizes from the spin wheel
● Dozens of adorable characters and toys to keep you company on your adventure
● Numerous boosters and powerful combos to help you solve puzzles
● Leaderboards to compete with your friends and players all over the world
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