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Updates That Should Be Considered

Agree with all. You might want to write a little less on your future threads mind. On first glance, I thought that this was way too much to read through. Remember us forum members have very short concentration spans so bullet points are always best :)

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  • zuzupj
    1452 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    Agreed peruhomer. I didn't read it.
  • peruhomer
    1325 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    zuzupj wrote:
    Agreed peruhomer. I didn't read it.

    And some of us simply can't read :wink:

    Sorry, Zuzupj, only joking. You know you really should add me, especially after I have gone on such a charm offensive. I'm a nice guy really. Honest.
  • OrganikKOTD
    63 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    i bought donuts and i regret it. my game crashes so much now that i get literally have just been opening to put characters on 24hr or 12 hr tasks and just doing that the ganme will crash 5+ times
  • HeyMumandDad
    108 posts
    edited January 2013
    Good ideas. Most already discussed though. Maybe a bit shorter next time? But still good ideas.
  • pompommini
    77 posts
    edited January 2013
    I agree with you 100% on all of these!
  • vvinzent
    173 posts
    edited January 2013
    doh1991 : it's really bad that EA allows you to cancel the action of speeding through donuts only to still have you lose your donuts. It makes no sense, if you cancel an action then you CANCELED an ACTION! Why penalize us from gaming?

    i agree with all the complaints except the above ? they really charged you even if you cancel it ? i don't think so since i've been try to fast some process and cancel it they give you back the donuts, or i'm just hallucinating ?
  • Ransom1337
    74 posts
    edited January 2013
    doh1991 wrote:
    -Possible Transition: If it is possible, EA should consider letting players have the option to take the game offline. I'm sure a lot of players (especially the student body) wish that they can take their game with them on the road so that they can keep building and collecting as they carry on with their daily lives. But since that's not the case, some players are limited to the game. Living in New York, I'm always on the move. I tend to only play whenever I'm home because I work after school and time is hard to come by. However, if the game was offline I would be able to bust down a couple extra minutes a day which would really feel like a gaming addiction. Similar to Pokemon and the Takachi Pets. (I'm from the 90's Lol)

    There is already the capability to play the game on the go. I always play on my walk to and from work every day, using my iPhone :)

    With regards to the cost of donuts: EA are going to charge whatever people are willing to pay. There are loads of geeks (myself included) willing to fork out £69.99 for the boatload of donuts, and so of course they are going to charge that.
  • HeyMumandDad
    108 posts
    edited January 2013
    Ransom1337 wrote:
    doh1991 wrote:
    -Possible Transition: If it is possible, EA should consider letting players have the option to take the game offline. I'm sure a lot of players (especially the student body) wish that they can take their game with them on the road so that they can keep building and collecting as they carry on with their daily lives. But since that's not the case, some players are limited to the game. Living in New York, I'm always on the move. I tend to only play whenever I'm home because I work after school and time is hard to come by. However, if the game was offline I would be able to bust down a couple extra minutes a day which would really feel like a gaming addiction. Similar to Pokemon and the Takachi Pets. (I'm from the 90's Lol)

    There is already the capability to play the game on the go. I always play on my walk to and from work every day, using my iPhone :)

    With regards to the cost of donuts: EA are going to charge whatever people are willing to pay. There are loads of geeks (myself included) willing to fork out £69.99 for the boatload of donuts, and so of course they are going to charge that.

    Boatloads are $109.99 in Australia. A triple digit number makes it seem too much
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