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  • Mike

    “Regulates this industry”? This is an app that you choose to use. I don’t know about you but I’ve been playing every day for 5 years and I’m at level 587. I have spent a total of $3 (for the ad-free version) on this game. While I wish the Daily Game was random (it isn’t), the developers can do whatever they want to and I’m free to play or not play. They owe me nothing but I enjoy the game and play because I want to. There are many things that I wish were different or better (My Triviathon Missions don’t work and I won’t upgrade because I don’t want the new interface), I thank Etermax for the only game I play. So much complaining and negativity on this forum...

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  • Dante Golio

    You said it, Mike. Biting the hand that feeds you. TC has been a rewarding hobby for 5 years and costs virtually nothing for many of us. Sure, you get dealt blows (removal of favorite features, annoying interface changes), but still play for the fun and knowledge. Also, I don’t believe Etermax should be cursed for trying to earn money. They’re not producing and managing our beloved game out of altruism but want to earn a living and be successful. If they didn’t generate revenue daily, bye-bye TC altogether.

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  • Steven Lever

    Mike, Dante. The game is fun but the issue is one of honesty. When you play a game or sport with someone, you don't want them to cheat.

    If game developers are allowed to hide bias in games of apparent randomness then this is unethical. It costs them nothing to match appearance with actual probability.

    I have tested the randomness of the "Lost Your Turn" spinwheel and reported results to Etermax who have said they will investigate. I like TC and want to help make it better. I don't begrudge them earning potential and have made some in-app purchases myself.

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  • Abacus61

    Agreed. It’s all about honesty. The probability of winning each prize is a simple fact they refuse to share with us, while maintaining the perception that the odds are fair. I’m just interested in whether the probability of getting the ticks is literally zero or one in ten thousand. If zero, that is indeed dishonest.

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  • Dante Golio

    Hi Steven. It’s remarkable to read your comment today as I, in fact, hit the 3 ✅ just this morning! Last time winning the big prize was around 2 months ago. Each day, I hit the same box (top right corner). Pick a box and stick with it to remove any drama about which to choose.

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  • Abacus61

    Your prize is predetermined before you hit a box. If you did indeed get the ticks, the probability must be programmed at 0.0000001 rather than 0.0000000. Hardly cause for excitement.

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  • R Eric Fields

    I agree with Abacus, I chose the same box for about 4 months straight then the first time I switch to a different box guess what happened?

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