Re: Animal Jam!
Posted: Wed Nov 25, 2015 10:25 am
I've never played it. I've heard a lot about it from the younger members on Wolf-Home but thats about it.
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I agree. To add onto that, my mind expanded into more complicated games. Aside from that, Animal Jam didn't have very much information on animals to offer anymore. It was all about the fight to the top--getting the most rare items and membership.CakeWolfy wrote:Got bored of Animal Jam a while ago. I doesn't really have much to offer if you don't have friends or a membership.
Yeah, Animal Jam focused on three things: rares, memberships, and diamonds....most of the items qualifying under these three things requiring that you pay real money.Tsuri wrote:I agree. To add onto that, my mind expanded into more complicated games. Aside from that, Animal Jam didn't have very much information on animals to offer anymore. It was all about the fight to the top--getting the most rare items and membership.CakeWolfy wrote:Got bored of Animal Jam a while ago. I doesn't really have much to offer if you don't have friends or a membership.
Yeah, they don't seem to realize that, which is not wise. I was kinda wary of Animal Jam when I saw "Free to Play" and then started seeing Membership gift cards in WalMart, I began to realize the "Free to Play" actually is secret game language for "Oh, it's free to sign up all right, but you won't be able to do much unless you pay us your life savings".RabidLynx wrote:I first heard of Animal Jam a while ago and it seemed really interesting, but then I learned that it was just another Club Penguin what with all the "members only" stuff and that was a big nope for me.
Seriously, when are these types of games going to realize that pay to play mechanics are a huge turn off to many people? Especially in kids games, where kids can't pay themselves, and their parents probably aren't going to pay for every little thing their kid does in a game on the internet. It's just wrong, and it's going to make people leave your game. I'm glad Flight Rising hasn't gone that route, and I hope it never does, because it's about the only internet game site I've found that isn't pay to play.
okay rant over you kids enjoy your animal jam
Absolutely agreed. WQ is far more realistic, and doesn't cost you your life savings to play for years on end.Kamaal wrote:I agree with what CakeWolfie said, it's irritating paying a membership to play a game, which in my opinion is not that great. WQ is far better and much more realistic, but I guess Animal Jam is referring to a younger audience.
I totally agree, buying a membership is totally a rip off, I know regret buying a 3 month membership, but it ran out, so I don't have to worry about it anymore...Tsuri wrote:I remember getting membership for one month one time... My siblings and I were so excited because membership felt like it was only for the rich people... looking back at it, the cost and the time spent was a good ripoff. Animaljam is like it's own form of social media now with its own trends and expectations of what is cool and uncool, based off the last time I logged on.