iPad Sally's Salon

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  1. gospel9

    gospel9 Well-Known Member

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    You have to try this game on the iphone.
    On sale for 4.99 right now and it is certainly a lot more polished than the Diner Dash port.

    No tiny sprites to make your eyes squint.



    Highly recommend it.
    I think this game will top the charts if it stays at this price.
     
  2. VeganTnT

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    Another thing to note is that RealArcade is actually saying on the app store page for Sally's Salon that if you aren't completely satisfied that they will give you a FREE RealArcade PC game from their site.

    I like that they are willing to stand by their product like that
     
  3. That's excellent. Now that's customer service.
     
  4. Oliver

    Oliver Well-Known Member

    Great deal, if they would also give me the PC to play them on. Or do they have Mac games? :)
     
  5. VeganTnT

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    They are referring to your Personal Computer rather than the operating system. They have games for both os x and windows

    http://www.realarcade.com/
     
  6. chiccoiphone

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    ragazzi questo gioco è molto bello...ho giocato per un ora alla versione di prova per pc...volevo chiedere se per iphone è la stessa identica cosa...grazie e viva il forum:D
     
  7. Everydaynormalguy

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    Couldn't have said it better myself :cool:
     
  8. daniglue

    daniglue Well-Known Member

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    Ma che cazzo commenti in italiano su TouchArcade?
    Sei spastico?

    By the way...this game looks so gay :)
     
  9. Armbruster

    Armbruster Well-Known Member


    Translated (thanks to Italian AP Class):


    Boy this game looks fun! I played it on the PC for an hour, but wonder if it's exactly the same for the iPhone? Thanks, and long live this forum!
     
  10. chiccoiphone

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    lo spastico sei te...io commento come voglio anche perche nn so perfettamente l inglese....
     
  11. Everydaynormalguy

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    No need for translators here, sir. This is Le Touche Arcade after all: everyone speaks italian here.
     
  12. NotYou

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    Perché la gente a mantenere cercando di parlare italiano qui?
     
  13. Everydaynormalguy

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    What the hell? I've been playing Mario Bros to much...*shakes head*
     
  14. Armbruster

    Armbruster Well-Known Member

    Actually, it's Galleria di tocco.

    And at NotYou: I don't know why they're speaking Italian here. It's getting on my nerves. Ironically, I might major in Italian, lol.
     
  15. daniglue

    daniglue Well-Known Member

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    Typical Americans :)
    When someone start talking NOT English, you lose yourself.
    It's so funny to see you abroad buying crap food at supermarket just because you don't know how to order your meal at the restaurants.
     
  16. Everydaynormalguy

    Everydaynormalguy Well-Known Member

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    Wha? Typical [where ever the hell ur from], can't even put a simple sentence together...
     
  17. Armbruster

    Armbruster Well-Known Member

    He's saying we buy food at supermarkets because we don't know how to order food at a resturaunt. Jesus Christ, do you Italians eat out EVERY NIGHT?
     
  18. daniglue

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    :)

    Typical, yes.
    What are you replying to, if you didn't get the meaning of my message?
    Maybe my English is broken, but at least I could survive all over the world.

    My shop is full of American zombies on summer.
    They come in and try to communicate with their gestures language, untill I don't tell them "sorry? you can try to speak English. I think I can understand..."

    After that, they stop shaking and feel so lost.
    "Oh my gosh!!! You can understand me! I'm safe!"

    But...when I say YOU, I don't mean You, but YOU. :)
    Most of you, not you.

    You should invent another word for YOU and You.
     
  19. Everydaynormalguy

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    He/She's bringing shame to his/her mafia-controlled village...How do we not know how to order food at a restaurant: "i'll take a number 5 with jalapenos and no onions, oh and i'd like curly fries too" Simple...
     
  20. daniglue

    daniglue Well-Known Member

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    No, I eat out once a month or less.
    I just mean that we don't feel lost if someone don't speak Italian abroad.
    But I'm not saying Italians are good. Dutch are the same, French and German too...

    Americans who come to my shop don't buy anything unless I don't talk to them in English.

    I'm not saying you're like that, but...for my point of view... it's typical
     

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