- Fixed several possible crashes.
- Improved iOS 13 support.
Ratings and Reviews
Out of all the pseudo Cards Against Humanity apps, Evil Apples is by far the best. And unlike most other apps available on the App Store the Microtransactions are barely even noticeable. Having played Evil Apples for a couple of years now I can say without a doubt that I haven’t once felt like I need to spend money to keep up with the players who do. And since you get a free piece of Cake(which is what they call their premium currency) every 4 hours and if you so choose you can get an additional Cake by watching an ad as many times as you want as well as the 3 pieces you get from each game you win you can get enough Cake to buy additional decks pretty quickly. The only thing about Evil Apples that I don’t like is how you can’t add random players to games with friends. If the devs would make it to where you can add a couple of randos to your games with friends then I’d have given the full 5 stars. Other than that it’s a great game.
In need of some revision, but still fun
I’ve been enjoying this app for two days now, and I’ve seen two major issues with it. The first issue I’d address would be the fact that only one of the game modes, that being classic mode, is played by people online. There is little to no traffic in the other two game modes, and therefore there’s essentially only one type of game that anyone can play. I’d recommend adding more incentive to the other two game modes, such as larger reward pools for winning and perhaps even participation. The second issue I’d like to address is the online drop rate of players. I’ve only been able to finish a game averaging maybe 1 in 8 or 9 attempts. People will realize they’re losing and will drop out of the game. If you get to below 3 people then the game automatically closes out. This wouldn’t be to much of an issue, if we didn’t lose our in game premium currency. I hope that this is addressed in some way, whether it be a refund of our premium currency when a game is dropped, or a premium currency deduction from players who quit games. I realize that this has been a mostly negative plug at your product, but I would like to see it survive through these issues, and to do that they must be addressed. For people considering this app, I’ll say this: It’s fun with friends, and if you can find a group online that won’t quit on you, then you could easily spend an hour or two enjoying what this app has to offer.
Developer Response ,
Hi there- Recently, we have added BOTS to jump in and take the place of dropped players when the count becomes less than 3 and the game cannot continue. Hopefully, this has bridged the gap in the issue of not being able to complete games. With regard to the other modes being more difficult to play due to not enough players, I like the suggestion of making the other modes more enticing. We will discuss this with the Evil team at the next brainstorming session. We appreciate your feedback. Feel free to contact us directly anytime at email@example.com to share ideas. We love hearing from the players. Thank you for the support. May the force be with you
Good game but a major issue
So I love this game. It’s fun to play every now and then, but the amount of cheaters on here is tremendous. There’s is no measure used to prevent in game boosting. Multiple times, I’ve been in games with people who are together, but both in the same online game. So what they can do is pick each other’s answers and one of them will almost always win the match because they always have at least one point a round. This is being highly exploited and I’m disappointed because when this does occur, I lose my in game currency and there’s no way I can get it back or leave. I’m guessing not everyone is quick or smart enough to catch it but it’s usually fairly obvious if you know what to look for. Basically if two people always pick each other’s answers, there’s a good chance it’s happening and to confirm your doubts, both people in the lobby usually have identical, if not near similar joining times since they started playing evil apples. I would like something to be put into place so that I can either get my in game currency back when this does occur, or somehow ban people next to each other from playing in the same lobby. I’d guess about 20% of players use this method to boost wins and coins, and it’s highly unfair to players who just want to jump in a quick game and play. I would really like an update doing something about this. Thank you for your time and keep on updating the game, I love it for the most part
Developer Response ,
Hi there- We do have a method for reporting these cheaters so we can restrict their account accordingly. When you come across another player who is cheating or being abusive, you can tap on their avatar photo and you will be promoted with an option to Report. By selecting this option, you can either send an abuse report that will be followed up by one of our Evil minions OR you can select MUTE to silence annoying players you don't care to interact with. We do not allow hate speech, bullying, nudity, threats or cheating by use of the chats or wildcards. Please report any players you feel are violating these guidelines and we will investigate further. Let us know if you have any additional questions by contacting us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org May the force be with you
- Evil Studios Limited
- 181.8 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 17+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2013 Evil Studios Limited
- In-App Purchases
- +300 Cake $4.99
- +50 Cake $1.99
- +2,000 Cake $9.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.