jaythecanadian wrote: »
Before the Yearbook Box came with the mini event....I was at 500 something and now I'm at 750.65%
chrisdirai146 wrote: »
Not sure why so many people are bragging about clearing the mystery box. There was ALOT of terrible junk in there that has no value what so ever. Just because its 'All you can eat' doesnt mean you should have some of everything...
wembleykid1 wrote: »
So, after spending around $500m on KEM harvesting for the past 4 weeks, I've finished collecting everything available for the Yearbook, moving from 650% multiplier to 1124.90%, adding 50+ characters (now about 350 in total) and countless new buildings. Down to 18 tasks to complete (was up to around 95 at one point) and still have $430m and 2000+ doughnuts. Freemium player only, have never spent a cent on the game. There are still a fair few characters I'm missing, hopefully a new Yearbook in the pipeline.
10AAA10 wrote: »
The tsto user cannot afford a $ 5-10 purchase (residents of low-income countries are not counted). It is financially difficult for him. A person does not want to get an education and a new job, he does not try to change his life. He is already comfortable, as he is in his comfort zone. At the same time, the player regularly enters the game and farms donuts. ****? It may be better to switch from the game to something more useful. I do not urge to spend money on the game, this game is conditionally free. How can you spend time playing when you have no money. It may be better to earn real money, not virtual donuts.
10AAA10 wrote: »
People spend money on watching movies in the cinema and on viewing pictures in the museum. Neither films and pictures belong to them. So why can you spend money on them, and spending money on a game is considered a bad form.
weirdalturtle wrote: »
Any news on the Yearbook's end date? Should I go panic buy the last things and be donut poor? Or just wait patiently until I earn the donuts needed?
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