bluewolf said:I do know a LOT of people are posting negative reviews of the game on the stores after the change. But then, the people who don't like something are usually the more vocal ones.
We know the playerbase is at best holding steady, at worst slowly dropping. My snapshots of revenue of late show no increase there, but I am using a site which is possibly not capturing all the data. However, I think it feels right to say the game's just stable at the moment at best.
Bad said:I think people doing comments here belong to 2 parties: one that actually dont (sic) want any change and others who want to see the game improving .Why are the firsts disliking changes? Because mostly they are f2p players or heavily influenced by them and any change that is not giving more resources or allowing to play the game totally free is a not welcomed change. So they need to blackmail, do bombing review, silence the arguing ones.The second party will be glad with new changes, new challenges, but will remain silent because is not pleasant to be battling with the aparently (sic) majority of the first party. Surely they didnt (sic) stop to think that they are heavily perjudiced (sic) by the others when the feedback is severed into childish vendettas trying to cause the game the most harm posible (sic) and actually not gaining any of their claims in all those years.Personally I would invite the first party to switch to other game more fitting of their skills, they could switch to candy crush. In there they wouldnt (sic) have to worry about resources, about fast 5* releases or about tricky powers.
If you look at the criteria to be met to "bring back" old Steam UI a few years ago, they were either:1) they could code more efficiently2) the playerbase for Steam increased by a certain number.I believe the reasoning for tablet should be similar, but I'm leaning towards point 1: more efficient coding.
Rhipf said:My take on your comment is that you are actually the one that is exhibiting signs of being highly prejudiced again F2P players in general and any player that criticizes the game.
I'm using a 18:9 screen and I don't see it affecting my gameplay. It looks like nitpicking to me.
I'm also a bit puzzled by them specifically making it bad on iOS devices, since, last I was aware, iOS customers spend a lot more money than Android customers in the normal run of things. Perhaps that's not true of MPQ. It's not as if I have the stats available to check
Visually impaired users are considered an exception, unless majority of the players are visually impaired as well. The point is, whenever there is change, some subset of players are going to get affected. Find me a game developer working on IP game that can satisfy every single player whenever they make major changes and I'll eat my word.
@Bad Perhaps you are the type to feed on instigating arguments and like to incite negative emotions in some. If that is the case, please ignore this post.Otherwise, you may want to consider avoiding speech like your last paragraph in the post where you were quoting bluewolf. While I have no interest in censoring you and it is possible you are truly trying to be constructive, it comes off as being a bit elitist and insulting to others. This takes away from constructive conversations on the topic.Also, typo on prejudiced there.