Thomas O Connell
posted this on November 18, 2012 21:06
Slow the game down. I don't have a problem waiting on tickets, but when you play the game its almost instantaneous.
quiero que pongan mas baratos sobre renovar el estadio sale bien caro
It is too fast. Would be neat if the game could let you know a situation exists that fits the cards you have selected and give you a choice as to whether you want to play a card or not. I can keep up as it is, but just barely.
I think the game is too fast. If I try to select one of my game changers while the score is posting from inning to inning, if I don't time it absolutely right it doesn't take effect until two innings away. (Ex: I'm the away team, I'm leading by two runs in the fourth inning. If I want to use a defensive card - no one scores for 3 innings - by the time I see if I am still ahead at the end of the inning it's too late to play a card otherwise if I do my card takes effect in the sixth, instead of the fifth. Then what usually happens is I score zero in the fifth and the other team scores three, then my card holds that score until the end.) Also watching the score to see when to play a game changer makes it more difficult to click on vendor bubbles. I think if the game were a little slower it would help to resolve this issue.
There is no way the game moves to fast if anything it moves to slow.... It should be over before you get to the 5th inning... wow you people want to sit there and watch the game play out and see the players catch the ball and throw it into play and make outs at bases????? The quicker the game played out the quicker you can get to the next game you want to play and the quicker you can get to your next season of play... which means more rewards and more money and more history being made all the time;
yes. the ballgame plays too fast. half the time the game is half over before whack a mole begins. there should be some pregame, where vendors work outside in plaza's if you have them. and once the stands are filled, slow the ballgame down a bit as well. 25 min of waiting to play 1 game for 45 seconds is not scaled all that well.
I agree, Thomas. You hit it right on the nose.
Dshouston - You've hit right out of the park, because that is what I was talking about. I finally get to a level where I can start building my concrete stadium and I have to wait 24 hrs for certain pieces to become built. Okay not a problem, I'm fairly patient - besides, I'm excited to see the new digs. Tickets come in, the concession stands are filled to max capacity, players contracts are renewed, hmmm - which team should I play next, set the gate ticket for fans and its over. Actually it took longer to write this out than to have the actual simulation of the game to play itself out. I enjoy building the stadium, but I'm at the point where I spend more time filling the concession stands, renewing contracts, than spending a quite moment enjoying my team play. All I'm asking is to slow the simulation down so we can enjoy this.
Mike, complaints about game speed have nothing to do with getting tickets; that's an entirely separate matter.
Thomas, I believe the game is way too fast, too. You just don't have time to enjoy all the cute graphics. It takes away from game enjoyment for it to run by so fast. Besides the pleasure factor, In addition, the game itself rushes by so fast that it might be the 3rd inning before the concessions load so you can start to sell snacks. I very rarely get 7 clicks in on vendors bfore the game skids to a halt.
game speed is fine ,its not like you dont have a chance to get tickets during the game anyway .(or after it ) you're getting 12 tickets an hour plus any you get during the games you play . That of course is not counting away games vs friends which costs you nothing and earns you 1 or 2 tickets depending on if you win or lose .If you play smart you can own a complete MLB stadium in 1 week
Support Ticket System by Zendesk