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Is TSTO dead?

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  • Sure seems done to me.

    Something big is coming

    Yeah, the Easter event at last.
  • Sure seems done to me.

    Something big is coming

    Yeah, the Easter event at last.

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    Nuking is always the answer
  • H E double hockey sticks it ain't dead. I'm about to get in my town and do some designing now!
  • It was a good run..

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  • Ashes to ashes....
  • Jonalinn
    1766 posts Member
    Honestly speaking, it's pretty much dead for me. Too many crashes, not enough content and repetitive events just aren't holding my interest :/
    You got a great looking town~168sean... Checked out your town, WOW! ~daved
  • It's Interesting seeing the reaction of everyone in this thread as time goes on. Just assume for a minute that EA wanted to gauge the reaction to an end of game announcement. They slowed down events, gave us easy access to land and old items. Then they went silent.
    The forum started with anticipation of something big and new. Then boredom led to posts angry and indignant about nothing new. St Patrick's ignored. More old stuff released. Easter ignored. Indigent posts became concerned posts. Concern drifted to apathy. Now people post that they are done with the game, rarely play, and care little. This is making it easy to say so long.
    What we need is for EA to see that there is a substantial base of people who want this game to continue, and there will be massive negative feelings towards EA if they pull the plug. I for one have max cash, max land, and still want to play, to be able to design and do events, however structured. This community is part of the game to me.
    I have started a new thread about this. Please consider it.
    Unsolicited friends requests are all denied.Please PM me.
  • Jonalinn
    1766 posts Member
    @Willy9292 But even if they gave us new content, how are you able to play a game that is so unstable? Crashes upon loading, crashes upon visiting neighbors, crashes upon doing daily tasks, etc. I've been playing since the beginning so I'm very invested. But if you can't get the game to perform, how would any new events or content help?
    You got a great looking town~168sean... Checked out your town, WOW! ~daved
  • Willy9292 wrote: »
    It's Interesting seeing the reaction of everyone in this thread as time goes on. Just assume for a minute that EA wanted to gauge the reaction to an end of game announcement. They slowed down events, gave us easy access to land and old items. Then they went silent.
    The forum started with anticipation of something big and new. Then boredom led to posts angry and indignant about nothing new. St Patrick's ignored. More old stuff released. Easter ignored. Indigent posts became concerned posts. Concern drifted to apathy. Now people post that they are done with the game, rarely play, and care little. This is making it easy to say so long.
    What we need is for EA to see that there is a substantial base of people who want this game to continue, and there will be massive negative feelings towards EA if they pull the plug. I for one have max cash, max land, and still want to play, to be able to design and do events, however structured. This community is part of the game to me.
    I have started a new thread about this. Please consider it.

    We don't know Easter has been ignored yet. There's still a chance they're just late.
  • Happy Orthodox Easter everyone!
  • Willy9292 wrote: »
    It's Interesting seeing the reaction of everyone in this thread as time goes on. Just assume for a minute that EA wanted to gauge the reaction to an end of game announcement. They slowed down events, gave us easy access to land and old items. Then they went silent.
    The forum started with anticipation of something big and new. Then boredom led to posts angry and indignant about nothing new. St Patrick's ignored. More old stuff released. Easter ignored. Indigent posts became concerned posts. Concern drifted to apathy. Now people post that they are done with the game, rarely play, and care little. This is making it easy to say so long.
    What we need is for EA to see that there is a substantial base of people who want this game to continue, and there will be massive negative feelings towards EA if they pull the plug. I for one have max cash, max land, and still want to play, to be able to design and do events, however structured. This community is part of the game to me.
    I have started a new thread about this. Please consider it.

    We don't know Easter has been ignored yet. There's still a chance they're just late.

    Will you ever give up on Easter ?
    Nuking is always the answer
  • Jonalinn wrote: »
    @Willy9292 But even if they gave us new content, how are you able to play a game that is so unstable? Crashes upon loading, crashes upon visiting neighbors, crashes upon doing daily tasks, etc. I've been playing since the beginning so I'm very invested. But if you can't get the game to perform, how would any new events or content help?

    Optimistically, that's what they are up to. The performance of the game with a large town is so bad on my devices that I'm about to give up on it for that reason alone. Adding more content and land will only make it worse. They probably don't have the resources to do optimizations and run major events at the same time, so here's to hoping that they're taking this time to improve the performance and redo the inventory system to be more workable.
  • Castiel19x wrote: »
    Willy9292 wrote: »
    It's Interesting seeing the reaction of everyone in this thread as time goes on. Just assume for a minute that EA wanted to gauge the reaction to an end of game announcement. They slowed down events, gave us easy access to land and old items. Then they went silent.
    The forum started with anticipation of something big and new. Then boredom led to posts angry and indignant about nothing new. St Patrick's ignored. More old stuff released. Easter ignored. Indigent posts became concerned posts. Concern drifted to apathy. Now people post that they are done with the game, rarely play, and care little. This is making it easy to say so long.
    What we need is for EA to see that there is a substantial base of people who want this game to continue, and there will be massive negative feelings towards EA if they pull the plug. I for one have max cash, max land, and still want to play, to be able to design and do events, however structured. This community is part of the game to me.
    I have started a new thread about this. Please consider it.

    We don't know Easter has been ignored yet. There's still a chance they're just late.

    Will you ever give up on Easter ?

    Never. Not until EA reveal the next event.
  • That's the spirit!
  • bluntcard
    3595 posts Member
    My game isn't crashing. Sorry you all are having issues.
    Make Nightmare Pile like Zombie Sandwich. All kids trick or treat at once.
  • Problems logging in today.

    Any body else got an issue?

    The donut only spins for a short while doesn't even say synchronising then the whole app closes.

    ???
  • Problems logging in today.

    Any body else got an issue?

    The donut only spins for a short while doesn't even say synchronising then the whole app closes.

    ???
    Problems logging in today.

    Any body else got an issue?

    The donut only spins for a short while doesn't even say synchronising then the whole app closes.

    ???

    I have to force close the app. Turn on airplane mode for 5 seconds, then start the app. That works until I come out of the app, or it crashes and then I have to do the process again.
  • Nothing at all working for me today it is just a few donut spins then black screen for 1s and then back to home screen.

    The same if I try mobile or Wii.
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