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Offline BB_Jeza

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« Reply #15 on: Oct 29, 2014, 12:00 AM »
                Quote Originally Posted by SCSUXBADLY                 View Post              
Well said sir!
 You have my deep respect.
 SC doesn't. And for stealing money (which the diamond de-valuation really is) I will troll them until I finish venting. I don't know how long that will be tho
I recognise you're angry and there are a lot of others in the community who feel the same way. When you stop venting, my suggestion is be polite and try and contact SuperCell directly, but make sure that it is addressed to the correct department, I would also suggest use your real name and address, if done by mail.
 I have provided a post with their contact details in the thread Supercell's publically listed contact details (dont take it out on unpaid volunteers)
 Or you might want to start lobbying for greater consumer protection in your country "Is SuperCell addiction a SuperPrison"
 Oh and if you do decide to post to either of these threads, I would really appreciate it if you have something to say, say it without any offensive language please.

Offline BB_Nightshades

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« Reply #16 on: Oct 29, 2014, 12:00 AM »
                Quote Originally Posted by Steko                 View Post              
That takes more coding, art assets and introduces bugs.  Simply changing the loot and design of the current 20 level setup is the easiest thing to do as it's just database entries.
Of course it does - more levels requires more work.
 But instead of creating additional assets, Supercell's "work" was to add overpowered statues and Shock Launchers to Dr. Terror, while concocting a way to reduce available Resources in the game, making it essentially impossible to make certain high level upgrades without Diamonds.. because, y'know, they dropped the invasion rate by a ridiculous degree.
 Which essentially means we'd need to buy our upgrades - something they said we'd never have to do.