We have made it super easy to cancel TrapAdventure 2 -Hardest Retro Game subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "HIROYOSHI OSHIBA" (the developer) uses to bill you.
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This game is the sequel to the "TrapAdventure". MFi game controller supported. ---------------- Caution!! This may be the most hardest, irritating, frustrating game EVER. If you tend to exasperate often, I recommend you not play this game. It will literally drive you insane. I PROMISE. As written above, this game is VERY STRESSFUL. You may get so irritated and frustrated that you throw your phone out the window. I can't take any responsibilities for the displeasure this game may cause. Even after reading this you are still eager to play the game, then go ahead. Good luck.
Ok only just got the game today and i absolutly love it im not even close to winning but when i was on one of the levels i saw something strange the block ball game i was on that level playing as normal when all of a sudden a big digital 22:00 pops up on my screen i was super weirded out about it so i tried looking it up and nothing came up i did find about the secret levels in this game though surprisingly my baby sister found the one in the first game BABY sister anyway i suppose that could be some kind of feature on my phone i dont know about and one of my family members activated it accident or on purpose but i dont know what it means has anyone else gotten this is this a part of the game plz reply im weirded out
By Fernando TTA's iPod
I find a lot of people are unhappy with the game for 2 reasons. 1) The difficulty and 2) lack of lives in free mode. The second is solved by giving this guy a dollar. I think the game well worth it, as I love this game. This game constantly subverts your expectations and is hilarious and challenging to play. I can’t tell you the last time a game made me really determined to beat it AND made me laugh the whole time though. It’s certainly been a very long time since an iOS games has done that for me. As for 1) the difficulty: while cruel on the surface, this game is amazingly consistent to the point where once a once a level is passed for the first time, it’s quite easy to get through them. It’s challenging, charming and I think really deserves a solid play through.
By jj joe yote
The game is meat to be annoying, and what better way to do so rather then to place ads at every corner. If you die, there’s an ad. If you want to play normal mode, there’s an ad. The ads are just part of the experience. Anyone who is willing to take the time out of their day write a one star review and call trap adventure a bad game because of the ads should have just turned off WiFi. Also, if your complaint is that there’s not enough to do, try to beat the game with full zoom, and if you don’t know what this means, then you most likely didn't beat the game. If you don’t like any challenge, why did you get the game in the first place!
I understand why people may think this is a cash grab, but it really isn’t. It’s just like the olden days of the App Store where you could buy a game for a buck and then you own it completely. The version you download is basically a free trial. Just spend $1 once and you get the full game. The developers should make that fact a bit more clear in the “option to buy” screen. First time I saw the buy option I through you needed to spend a dollar per play through, which wasn’t the case. This is a great game for only $1!
Has anyone been to an arcade? They charge you $.50 to $1 every time you play. You can play this game an infinite amount of times for a $1. Can you imagine if your boss asked you to do a job for free? These developers made a great game and majority of people don’t think they should make any money off it. You can turn ads off, it just means you’ll accumulate points slower. It’s a great game that even once you beat it, you’ll constantly try to lower your time. By the lack of videos of people actually beating the game it seems that no one plays it consistently enough to have their time recorded.
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