Originally Posted by efp1
I just bought the 10 dollar pack (7.99 euros). I don't think I'll be spending more on this game. Who knows, maybe in a week or so I'll change my mind
I finally got my award for being in the top 10! I'll never make 1st place though, so I won't aim for that.
Gotta get that award myself - it isn't going to be easy to make it to the top 10!
Originally Posted by kdaddy
Wow you did? btw, it was fun playing with you the other day, you are great buddy
invite me for actions when you feel like.. I am gonna do some New year story write up for my sister's journal, maybe i should include Eliminate
story to make it more popular
Thanks, its always fun playing with you, you're really tough!
Originally Posted by Fleabag323
How is that a good thing? Spending 30 dollars for "not too long"? I would say that spending $30 on games by gameloft like Gangstar ($6.99), Asphalt 5 ($6.99), MC:S ($4.99), Blades of Fury ($4.99), and Shrek Kart ($4.99), for one dollar less than the energy pack is a better deal. Which do you want? Tons of high quality games in different genres with tons of play time, or a few hours of energized Eliminate where you earn a few thousand credits?
I would choose the games. But that's just me. I'm a complete cheapo.
I'm fine with the free content of Eliminate. Asphalt 5 and TouchPets pass the time in between charges.
(And having a life where I'm not *always* sitting at the computer
Anyways, which should I get once I have enough credits? Antimatter gun (500 credits) or Rocket Launcher (450)?
Well it's good because I'll get way more than 30 dollars of amusement out of being able to level up for the amount of time that 30 dollars of power cells buys.
Different people assign different value to their leisure time activities. I'm in a good enough position in life that I can afford to spend 30 dollars on a game that I like. I've spent more than before that on games that are not nearly as great as Eliminate without even blinking an eye. For whatever reason, the iPhone has become a platform that people are unwilling to pay prices that would be considered perfectly reasonable on any other system, and as a result, many (in fact most) games lack the type of polish, quality, and feature sets that you find on consoles where developers can spend enough money on development to deliver a superior product.
Ngmoco has managed to create one of the best and most polished games on the iPhone, and they're giving it away completely for free to those who are unwilling or unable to pay for the optional energy packs. I am willing and able to pay for them, and I believe that hard work and a quality product deserves compensation, so I will pay
As for the weapons, I'm not really a fan of either of them. Give me the classic assault rifle any day