this app works, but it won't stop asking for reviews. 1 star.
Players are balking at a $10 investment on something that may suck, particularly when people are telling us it sucks.
Nobody wants pay as you go, that is bullshit.
It's not a pay as you go game though. It's a one time fee for the complete game. I know it's hard to fathom. I've become so jaded by the modern microtransaction model of games that i didn't understand what Nintendo was selling me when the buy screen first showed up. I thought their proposition was i would pay $10 for each boss level or something.
After a while, i realized that this was actually just an old fashioned free demo. Since i've actually bemoaned the death of the free demo (all modern games are either micropayment dependent or prepurchase), i suddenly felt obliged to purchase it. Also, i spent way more on Rogue One. Since i found myself entertained by replaying the levels for all the special coins, and felt that in doing so i was actually experiencing solid mario gameplay, i bought it. I quite like the game.
My head says... that's a violation of privacy expectations.
The question i grapple with is was a crime committed? generally a tweet can at best be really insulting. This seems like a deliberate physical attack intended to inflict harm. in the case of insulting someone from the safety of anonymity, that's not grounds for unmasking someone. if it's actually a physical attack, people commit all kinds of crimes with ski masks on. society up to this point has felt ok with violating their privacy expectations.
Oh geez that seems like a horrible idea. Seems better to get rid of daylight savings and deal with the fact that light is different at different times of the year.
People deal with it in the arctic circle. I suppose if polar bears are coming into town, the fact that it's darker at 3pm than it was 3 months ago is the least of your concerns.
The power to destroy a planet is insignificant when compared to the power of the Force. - Darth Vader