Our teaser trailer is now online! I’ve updated the first post to include it. Check it out and let us know your thoughts.
We’ve also submitted the app to Apple to review. It should be live soon!
59 Go Native! changes have been completed and are now “in review”!
We’ve dug through the comments on the App Store, the comments left on our Facebook fan page, and the comments submitted by us via email. After sorting through it we’ve come up with a huge number of updates which greatly increase the fun to be had in our app.
The biggest and most important changes are...
No More Waiting!
Each round has had more than 30% of the wait cut out. Remember when you saw ‘Round Start’? Well, that’s been banished from the game.
Every game starts faster! We know you’re busy, and you just want to play now. There’s almost 50% less waiting for a game to start.
Less synchronizing. Actually, no more synchronizing. It’s all done while the rest of the game is happening, you shouldn’t see that forbidden word in our game ever again.
Bots leave the game as players join. When there’s 8 people in a game, there is no chance a Bot can beat you.
Bots join the game when players leave. There is no more chance for a game to end because of a lack of remaining players.
We’ve added Retina graphics to the game for those of you who have the right device. When you load up the 2x version on the iPad, it will load the high res graphics as well.
There are 25% more questions then when we first released and there is a hidden mini-game.
The only bug we had reported has been savagely squashed. Us Loopycubians have a thing against bugs - especially in our games.
There are even more updates planned for the next version in a few weeks. Making the % wins leaderboard more meaningful, adding special events and making the game easier to share with your friends are all planned updates. Stay in the loop - our Facebook fans and Twitter followers will be the first to know the details about these.
Sorry for the late reply - got delinquent in my forum checking.
The game to me is an interesting social experiment. It's surprising what people choose with the questions I wrote. Many of them I thought 'everyone's going to answer C' and in the end, no one but me did.
If you were on the fence about Go Native! before, now we're hosting a hockey event that you can win $50 in itunes gift cards!
Beginning today and ending January 31st we’re hosting a hockey event. Hockey fans can play the game by answering a variety of fun cultural hockey questions, with interesting topics like how to spice up the game. There are over a hundred opinionated hockey questions in the game for you and fellow forum members to have fun with.
At the end of the contest - the player with the most points and the player with the highest percentage of wins in our hockey event will each win a $25 iTunes gift certificate and be announced on Facebook and on these forums for all to see. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to claim the glory!
For those of you who are not interested in playing in this event, Go Native! Free will allow you to play using only the general questions.
Has computer generated special effects improved or ruined today’s movies? People today have differing opinions on that, on one hand the extra eye candy is amazing but on the other hand it detracts from what a talented actor/actress can bring to the movie. What is your opinion?
If you’re curious to know what others think, or want to voice your opinion on this question and over 100 others about movies and the movie industry you should check out Go Native! It’s an iPhone game that asks your opinion about almost everything. Be the first to reach the beautiful Princess Mango by picking the answer you think most other players will also choose. Leave the rest of the pack behind by avoiding traps, outguessing your opponents and collecting the most coconuts along the way.
Beginning March 21st and ending April 22nd we’re hosting our movie event. At the end of the event, the 4 players who have earned the most points in games that have 8 or more players in them will each win a $25 Amazon gift certificate. The winners will be announced on our Facebook page and on these forums for all to see.
There is also a general question game in Go Native!, so when the movie event is over you can still give your opinions about anything and everything. If you’re not interested in the movie event you can pick up the free version of Go Native! here:
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