There are a lot of kindly, ungreedy devs who've been forced to put out lovingly-designed, fully-formed games for free but with ads lately, as adverts are their best bet at getting anything back. But then there are sneaky folks like me who play them with ad-blockers installed and effectively get a premium experience for nothing. I'm not necessarily TRYING to get one over on a dev of a great game, but it seems that the option to voluntarily watch an ad to gain extra gold, lives or characters rarely works for anyone with an ad-blocker (though not always for some reason- sometimes on some games the ad will come up). Otherwise I'd definitely click it a bunch of times (not that I ever watch the adverts themselves. Coffee or snack break opportunity). The thing is I absolutely hate the idea of not being in control of what commercial white noise I'm subjected to. My ipad would be unusable without an ad-blocker, and I'm not going to sacrifice control of what I watch for anyone. I'm not sure how many players do use ad-blockers, but if they are a problem I guess a dev's best bet at convincing them to turn them off, if only temporarily, are those watch an ad for free currency enticements. Anyway, just wondering where everyone else stood on the matter.