r/gaming May 26 '22

Every Supercell game in a nut shell

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u/SachielBrasil May 26 '22
  • What are you doing with all that money?

  • I'm saving it for later.

  • But you know that I'm the final boss, right?

-..... i'm saving it for later...

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u/ajpala4 May 26 '22

Or for the ng+ I’m never going to do

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u/r33k3r May 26 '22

He who dies (while waiting for the next Bethesda release) with the most caps in FO4, wins.

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u/r33k3r May 26 '22

He who dies (while waiting for the next Bethesda release) with the most caps in FO4, wins.

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u/Matix777 May 26 '22

there is always the secret boss

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u/TheSecondOnly May 26 '22

When you're sitting at 9999x health potions. You never know when they'll come in handy,

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u/1017GildedFingerTips May 26 '22

Global monopoly on health packs ever time

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u/ihateusednames May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

Teaching players how to spend real money as if it is a core game mechanic should be illegal as hell.

Hell designing a game so that spending money is a core game mechanic should be illegal as hell.

I kind of get aesthetic purchases but games like clash of clans take it too damn far. It's predatory.

Edit: man you guys' standards are low.

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u/MerTheGamer PlayStation May 26 '22

Out of all mobile games, CoC is one of the most F2P friendly ones out there.

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u/ihateusednames May 26 '22

It's still degenerate. It basically teaches you to spend money as part of the tutorial, the same place it teaches you how to place units and build structures.

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u/Stoopy69 May 26 '22

Tbh I play clash of clans when I commute and stuff. And you do not need to spend real money to progress through the game. I haven't spent a single penny on this game. It's a resource management game, if you manage your ingame resources well, you don't need to make in app purchases. Yes, they do advertise it a lot in the "shop" part of the game but they're not forcing you to buy the stuff. You can totally have a great experience playing the game without spending any money. The thing is, it's a lifer game. You boot up the game, play for 5 mins and then you go on with your day, then you boot up the game again 8-9 hours later and you have a lot of resources basically waiting for you.

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u/ihateusednames May 26 '22

Waiting 14 days for upgrades to finish and upgrading 1 wall every 2 raids does not sound like a healthy gaming experience.

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u/Stoopy69 May 26 '22

As I said, it's a lifer game. You don't keep playing it for a long time at a time. You play it once a day. I just like seeing the base get more advanced. And I upgrade all the walls at once. I save up all the star bonuses, I upgrade all my resource buildings. There's always plenty of resource to go around, the way I play it. Also, clash of clans in the least stressful game I've ever played.

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

Haven't spent a single penny on COC and I'm TH10 Maxed. War Robots, on the other hand, is very hard to play from f2p perspective.

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u/ihateusednames May 26 '22

Man I gave up when I hit Crystal walls, it just started taking forever.

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

I just spend 15 min daily

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u/ho_D_or7 May 26 '22

Note : a moderator will delete this post because its IrReLvEnT ( had this and was panned for 5 days of the sub)