Definition of a turn

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  • @ablheath

    I thought each time you began a new game with someone, it counted as a “turn”. There have been a lot of changes lately though & I haven’t been paying attention. In the old days, when you’re doing a turn challenge & you win the game, it wouldn’t count as a new turn if you immediately started a new game with that person. You would have to scroll down to that persons name, slide your finger on their name to the left & hit rematch. Then it would count as a new game. I just now noticed that you can’t get any info on those players anymore. Etermax, what’s the reasoning behind that?

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  • Dante Golio

    Noticed this a while back too. It’s like a penalty for success. You do not get a Missions “turn” credit in both scenarios mentioned by Mike.

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  • @ablheath

    Well, shoot! I’ve already completed my turn mission this time. Guess I should pay a little more attention next time

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  • Mike

    It’s been 4 months so I thought I’d bring this topic up again. If I win a game, I don’t get credit for a turn in the Classic games Mission. Then, if I start a new game and get 3 crowns so that they stop my turn, I again don’t get credit for a turn. This is just wrong.

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  • etermax

    Hello Mike and Audrey! We appreciate you posting about your concerns here! Mike, bear in mind, your turn will start from the moment you answer a question, until you miss one. This means, you will have the opportnity to answer correctly in order to obtain the different game characters until you make a mistake, which is when, the turn will go to your opponent. In the scenario you are quoting, when you are starting a match and you are only allowed to get three characters, even though you have not missed a question, this limit has been applied in order to provide the opponent the chance to obtain characters as well, this is, when you are the person starting the match, and have indeed obtained said number of characters. Please note, this is in order to provide the opponent the chance to play and also provide the player that started the match, the chance to obtain points, coins, etc by playing the game. We are very sorry for all inconveniences this may have caused you. We hope the information provided on this comment is helpful to you. We wish you have a great day and stay safe!!

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  • Mike

    Etermax, I appreciate you taking the time to tell me all those things I already know. You acknowledged that a “turn” is defined as a missed question. My point is that definition doesn’t count legitimate turns that should be counted. I understand that you’re not going to change but it’s still wrong.

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  • etermax

    Hello Mike! Thank you so much for your feedback, a turn is defined as you having the chance to answer as many question as possible and earn as many characters, until you indeed, miss a question. Nevertheless, we understand your input on this matter. We are reporting all feedback comments to our Developers team for them to take into account for future game updates. Our users opinions are very important to us, in order to continue improving the game. We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences. We wish you have a wonderful day, Mike. Stay safe!

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  • Casey Davila

    Count me in on turn confusion. So it’s my turn on a classic game. I end up getting questions correct which result in two crowns. I’m incorrect on the next question. I check my mission and was not credited with any turns. What is a definitive definition of “turn” as it applies to Missions?

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