– Improved stability of the app
Ratings and Reviews
Fun time killer
Reviews talking about how you can’t progress are inaccurate. I didn’t spend a dime and made it to the level 3 of the business track. You have to play at the casino or do stocks to progress, plain and simple. The later stages get very tedious as you have to have large chunks of money to progress through the businesses. Like a lot of $$$. If I hadn’t gotten lucky twice and went all-in on “0” at the casino and won the $400,000 jackpot it would have taken ages to progress as you need several $100k each time you buy a business and you usually have to upgrade your car.
I eventually got bored, bought the max house, food, and family and just went all in at the casino until I went bankrupt. From there you get kicked out of your house, loose your job and family and have to restart. A month later, my character hung him self.
Decent game for killing some time.
Can’t win without using real money
I see all these other great reviews and wonder if I even got the same game? It’s not even possible to move further in the game without using real money. This game is a scam that draws you in and makes you need to pay to continue. I thought I was doing something wrong but no matter what eventually it comes to a point where the income is less then what your expenses are. Simple solution for the user would be to drop some expenses or increase income. But it just can’t happen. If you drop expenses you lose your job and have to completely restart the game because you will then run out of money. And you can’t increase your income without increasing expenses. The concept for this game had me really excited but the execution of the game was horrible. I think the biggest problem I had overall was not even how the game wasn’t possible to win without paying money, but the fact that if you do pay money it costs $8 (real money) to increase skill in stocks. $4 (real money) to buy a car that the character can only use until a certain point. And a lot more high rates with terrible returns. It’s a major scam ran by the company. They have a wonderful concept though so I hope they fix the game.
Much like the other low reviews, I will note that the game seems designed to push you to spend real money because of the unrealistic setup. Th main character is ambitious to the point of pushing the player into getting the most expensive option they can, often pushing the monthly expenses beyond the income level. The only real way to earn enough money to reach the highest levels is to play the stock markets or in the casino, both of which are essentially luck based unless you spend real money to increase the invisible “skill” associated with each.
But what I really found that I loathed is that once the main character hits 60 his health tanks in unrealistic amounts each month. As in you lose 40-50 health each month from 60 on. Which is not realistic - people do not suddenly become decrepit upon reaching seniority. The only way to fix this is to get a 5k coin surgery each month, but if you’re in the casino or the stock exchange a window will pop up complaining about being a living corpse and can result in lost bets.
The idea of this game is very fun, but it seems like a get rich quick scheme for the developers more than an actual idle strategy game. I do not recommend downloading it.
- Heatherglade Ltd
- 304.7 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling
- © 2019 Heatherglade Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- 10K coins $0.99
- Life Elixir – 5 hours $9.99
- Life Elixir – 30 min $1.99
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