But more? NO!

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  • etermax

    Hi Mitch! Thank you for reaching out to us. We understand your concern, but bear in mind that the Feeling Lucky Wheel is not an ad, but a new feature offered by the game, and it allows you to get lots of interesting prizes. Regardless, we will take your comment into account for future updates. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Have a great day!

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  • Bundy

    Amen!

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  • Victoria Tarrani

    It may not be designed to be an Ad, but the wheel asks for money, delays the game play, and is very annoying because it comes up after every single turn. Honestly, if it was an option rather than a screen we are forced to see, it would not be considered an ad. But it is mandatory to complete a turn. 

    I play ad free versions of games because I pay for the games. I don’t pay to see ads, even by the company who designed the game I’m playing. 

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  • Ginger Hunt

    I feel the same way! I paid for ad free then every time I take a turn there's an ad I HAVE to respond to, to move on. Bad enough there's ALWAYS A PIG ON MY SCREEN-ANOTHER AD TI BIY SOMETHING! Definition of an ad-media to encourage the purchase of something. I still love my Trivia Crack but not these. Why don't we have the option to remove the pig anymore? Seems like we had it for a day. 😉

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  • Mitch Garvis

    Well said! That pig is another way to show the Etermax people are just pigs too.

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  • Kathy Brown

    Baloney! The "Feeling Lucky Wheel" IS an ad--Etermax's own personal ad--it is designed to make money for YOU is it not? I pay to play the ad-free version. The very fact that you're insulting everyone's intelligence by trying to spoonfeed us horse sh-t but calling it "ice cream" is beyond irritating. It is forced upon us. It is selling something--that is the very definition of an ad. Sorry--but we don't like this new feature--especially those of us who PAY for an ad free experience.

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  • Victoria Tarrani

    Amen, Kathy Brown! I wholeheartedly agree.  And now we get the additional ad for their special limited time offer promotion as we open the game.

    i bought ad free when Trivia Crack first started. And this is awful now.  

     

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  • Mitch Garvis

    While I agree with all of you, I think we might be going a bit far. With that said, if they were to include it as one of the several pop-ups that appear when we start the game it would be one thing... every single turn is a real pain.

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  • etermax

    Hello guys, thank you so much for your comments. We appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts with us. Our users´opinions are very important to us, as they help us to improve the application. We will make sure to take your comments into account for upcoming updates. We sincerely apologize for all inconveniences this may have caused you. Have a wonderful day!

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