iPad im getting the toybot demo even tho i have the full version. . lol.

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  1. wilson

    wilson Well-Known Member

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    i dun care what ppl say i love that game and since it just came out im all over it
     
  2. arn

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    The demo version has a different level. New puzzles.

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  3. BATTLE BORN

    BATTLE BORN Well-Known Member

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    #3 BATTLE BORN, Sep 8, 2008
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    Nice! gotta love those guys

    Edit: I played through it on my lunch break. another fine installment from our favorite little bot
     
  4. different

    different Well-Known Member

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    That's a very neat way of giving value to a demo version of an app. I love the way that the first level appears, but the route you take in the main game is blocked off and you have to go down instead of to your right.

    Another good idea is to unlock bonus content if you have a previous save of another game (like some Playstation games). For example, if you downloaded all the Toy Bot Diaries episodes (and the free version), you could have a bonus set of levels in the last one.

    I don't know how possible this is with the SDK, however.
     
  5. iTravel

    iTravel New Member

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    How much longer is the $3.99 game compared to the free version? I've heard lots of disappointment with the length of the full version.
     
  6. BATTLE BORN

    BATTLE BORN Well-Known Member

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    I don't know exactly how long it is, It's been a minute since I've ran all the way through it. but in my humble opinion I think it's a real deal at 4 bucks. It's got some good replay value too.

    also, just like a console game; this is the type of game where you can start playing other stuff when you're done, but then come back to it again later and it's just as enjoyable.

    how many times have some of you gone back to play your favorite mario games?

    I can't really say the same for critter crunch. though it is a very fun, addictive game, once it got too hard for me, I RARELY turned it back on.
     

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