Senior Citizens sign in!!

 
missbethann
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by missbethann on Oct 14, 17 7:43 PM
snowmanvt wrote:Missbeth: SMAL?


Sir Match A Lot (it's my "go to" game)

Miss BethAnn

 
fishfinder246
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by fishfinder246 on Oct 15, 17 4:03 AM
Haven't been on much, but wanted to add my best wishes to our much loved Jules for a speedy recovery!

Fish

 

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[Post New]by OOo_jules_oOO on Oct 15, 17 4:34 AM
Hi everyone. Thanks so much for all your love, appreciate it. I am fine. Was just out of action for a while. But all is well. Its lovely to know you are all so nice and supportive. Probably more of a pain timewise as I had said I would re do the suggestions thread, then just couldn't sit for ages on here, only really got on, made the odd post and went off again. Hanging out now for Santa Fe. Am so bored with everything else. Bring it on. Monsterville has been really good though and the graphics are terrific, even better I think than the Halloween event city from last year. Does anyone else have any event city in their passport prior to that one? I can't remember if I missed any at all.

 
keitht53
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by keitht53 on Oct 15, 17 5:07 AM
missbethann, the PC version doesn't get any of the Event Cities or any of the other specials such as the Everest Challenge.

 
lordkalvan
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by lordkalvan on Oct 15, 17 5:36 AM
Halloween 2016 (Transylvania) was the first event city, which can be verified in the Event City thread linked from the city directory.

And yes, the graphics this year are nicer than Transylvania had.

 

Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by OOo_jules_oOO on Oct 15, 17 6:01 AM
Thanks lordkalvan, yes, thats right, Transylvania, I had forgotten what it was called. I didn't think of looking up the announcements or directory. Good, at least I didn't miss any. Didn't thnk I had but wasn't sure. I liked the summer camp graphics too, with the campfire, that was well done. And the Stonehenge in the midsummer one.

 
lordkalvan
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by lordkalvan on Oct 15, 17 6:22 AM
I played in each of the event cities but gave up quickly on some of them, so I don't have all the stamps. Shrug....

 

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[Post New]by Arlysv on Oct 15, 17 9:04 AM
Hi, my first time on, i’m 74 so think I qualify! I’m stuck in Seoul so used my vouchers to go to Netherlands, my roots! I have so many of those, i’ll Simply fly around the world instead of that old boat! I’ve loved reading your remarks and easy spots. Anymore besides New York 47 and San Francisco 28?

 
lawaters
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by lawaters on Oct 15, 17 10:13 AM
I agree with lordkalvan - I play the event cities, but don't always finish them. Weirdly, they are more difficult than regular cities on my devices. Even the intern levels are hard. Some levels are easy, but most are not. I was able to get through Summer Camp and Monsterville. Completing all Intern levels doesn't reward much and I end up buying resources. They cost more coins than I earn. But it's a nice diversion from regular cities.

 

Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by OOo_jules_oOO on Oct 15, 17 4:02 PM
Welcome Arlysv. As you are in Seoul, the best level for you to be aware of at that stage is Rome 87. You can play that one over hundreds of times, its easy, it gets all 3 coloured resources, and you can use them to buy green gems for any city in order to save having to buy them on helping hands, or if a 10 level mission prize is just green gems, it saves you having to complete the required levels to get them. It saves a heap of coins so you can use them to spend on boosts etc or simply save them up. There is another thread called 'Best levels to replay for resources in each city'. have a read through that one, its invaluable. And hang in there, when you finish Seoul, you are over the absolute worst of the cities, from there on, it does improve a lot, and after Amsterdam, it improves even more, but the real hard slog is nearly over after Seoul.

Edited on 10/15/2017 at 4:04:11 PM PST


 
GamingGrampa
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[Post New]by GamingGrampa on Oct 18, 17 9:33 PM
Hey Jules, just wanted to pop in here and clarify part of your comment, based on my research the "Valley of Death" runs from New Orleans through Havana, once in Rio it drops back to the difficulty level of London, Rome and Berlin. It seems to hold that until Amsterdam when as you said it becomes much easier.

 
keitht53
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by keitht53 on Oct 19, 17 3:02 AM
From my experience 'Event Cities' vary greatly in their level of difficulty. I've just completed Monsterville with no real problems, but gave up on one of the other recent 'Event Cities' before I'd even completed at Intern level because it was requiring the use of far too many boosts.

 
GamingGrampa
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by GamingGrampa on Oct 19, 17 4:25 AM
I totally agree Keith, Route 66 was a piece of cake but Summer Camp was downright brutal! Monsterville hasn't given me much trouble and I'm just sliding along while I ship tons of resources in Shanghai!

 

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[Post New]by OOo_jules_oOO on Oct 19, 17 4:43 AM
Grampa, I have to admit, I didn't find all of those cities between NO and Havana to be as bad on the whole as some people find them but many levels in them were simply dreadful and seemingly impossible, by far, the worst of all the cities in the entire game were NO, Barcelona, Shanghai, LA and Seoul, but I generally found all the others after that were roughly ok and got through in normal sort of time which on average was about 3 weeks (then) of playing and that was with just 3 lives at that time. I was not impressed to find that the number of levels in NY was increased to 150, I saw that as the developers getting too cocky for themselves and that was the same sentiment I had seeing those horrible hard levels too. I think it was in LA, that they got too cocky as well as I think from memory that was one of the first where having to do all 3 tiers of every single level in the last 20 levels just to get the 10 item missions happened, which was really painful. They thought they were too clever for words chucking ridiculous challenges at us like that. All of the cities after Havana to Amsterdam I found on average to be ok and thereafter, relatively easy as they are now. I had no help from forums or anyone at that time as I had not discovered this wonderful resource here, wish I had. However, every single city in the entire game has hard and easy levels, its just that those 'horrendous' ones had a far greater number of them and of those, many seemed simply impossible and ridiculously hard. Its no wonder people got that far only to just give up, as they still do now. But the developers don't seem to think they did it wrong, yet we all see it for what it is and that is just too hard. I don't understand why you would make some levels almost impossible to do and therefore, drive away your potential paying customers. Business does not work like this. I see that as the same sort of thing as running a business, say a shop, and being rude to customers and driving them away. Thank goodness the cities have got much better but if all the levels were too easy, it would not be fun or challenging. But there are limits for some people.

 
Gummynut
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by Gummynut on Oct 19, 17 5:13 AM
FYI on a previous topic. Daily deal after 30 days of playing was 3 lightning bolts for me.

 
GamingGrampa
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[Post New]by GamingGrampa on Oct 19, 17 5:14 AM
Jules, the majority of my research was based on going back over the city help threads and the shear volume of complaints about those cities going back to 2014 when the game started, and yes I've had a busy summer with that research! My better half says I'm a little O.C.D. that way at times. My biggest gripe with those cities has been the totally ridiculous amounts of resources they require to build a monument, I mean 5.1 million blue hats for a monument? At least by Rio they seem to have gotten the message on that! That one was very well thought out. And that whole bit about forcing us to complete all three tiers on the ten blocks is just adding insult to injury!

 
snowmanvt
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by snowmanvt on Oct 19, 17 7:37 AM
Santa Fe is open, Abu Dhabi next. But, you have to reload every city AGAIN to ship resources. What are they thinking?

Edited on 10/19/2017 at 7:46:49 AM PST


 
Trav3lbird
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by Trav3lbird on Oct 19, 17 10:52 AM
No Santa Fe here yet

 
lordkalvan
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Re:Senior Citizens sign in!!

[Post New]by lordkalvan on Oct 19, 17 3:50 PM
Santa Fe just showed up for iPad in App Store updates. Downloading now.

"Just" as in I've been obsessively checking updates at least every hour and it wasn't there on the last check.

 

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[Post New]by OOo_jules_oOO on Oct 19, 17 4:17 PM
Downloading Santa Fe as I speak, will check it all later and do the individual cities, i hope they don't take many hours like they did the last two updates. Its so frustrating.

 
 
 
 
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