Think you can toss a newspaper like the legendary Warren Buffett? Test your paper-flinging skills as you make your way from the streets of Omaha, Nebraska, all the way to Cupertino, California. Avoid vehicles and birds as you deliver papers to buildings near and far. Will anyone collect enough Warren Bucks to dethrone the Paper Wizard? Probably not.
Two distinct worlds of Omaha and Cupertino.
Multiple stages within each world that increase in difficulty.
Unique obstacles in each stage that add to the difficulty.
Haptic feedback to make the game more real.
Adding extra magic here and there.
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the app that made Buffett RICH
I played this game and now completely understand the principals of Berkshire Hathaway. Bridging the gap between mundane investment theory and an addictive mobile app, Buffett has created a new experience of online learning. I now understand how Berkshire was founded, the greatest success and failures of their holdings, and how the company is positioning themselves for the future.
Already today, I have seen massive increases in my personal portfolio. The man is a true oracle. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to get rich!!!
very limited fun
It is cute once, kinda. There are only two levels so you can only play for a few minutes and the number of points you can get is very limited. The targets never change so the maps get boring quickly. The points awarded are always the same, no matter how close to the bull’s-eye you hit, or even off to the side. The sound effects of coins jingling crashingly when you hit a target is just plain weird; it sounds just like the windows breaking on a miss in Paperboy. The leaderboard is fake so you can’t compete with other people and Warren Buffett is in the top spot with a perfect score, so you can never be the best on your own phone. I guess that’s appropriate since you’re never going to be as rich as Warren Buffett either.
Cool, Cheesy Fun
I totally get the point of the game: a tribute to one of the greatest investors of all time, and done as a one-off just for fun. It’s a cheesy game but who cares? I enjoy this little time killer once in awhile, like when I’m taking a quick break at work... and my 9yo son likes it too when were out somewhere and have to wait in line for something.
I hope Apple leaves this game here for some time to come... and it would be nice to bring back a “newer” version of their Texas Hold’em game.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.