iOS - iTunes:
- GBP: £5.00
- USD: $6.99
- EUR: 5,99 €
The Beta is iOS only for as far as I know.Kamnet wrote: Well, I see why I was never picked for the beta.
Not sure when or how often they plan to update though. But since they promised Android too I guess they will be fixing that sometime soon-ish?Just tried to download for Android, and apparently a Samsung Galaxy S3 isn't good enough to run it. It also isn't compatible with Nook Color tablets running CyanogenMod.
IMHO it is is worth it, but you be the judge if it is worth your $7.It's also $7. I'm not sure it's worth it at that price.
Is there not a link to the minimum specs on your end of the store?Sapphire united wrote: So, ur saying that I have to use my dads S4 to play it? Lol if I would have known at the phone store. O well im emulating it anyway.
Then you came back here, double posted and are still wondering why you get in so many unpleasant encounters with the mods ...I bitched about it on their twitter page.
May I ask a few things that I'm interested in?jonty-comp wrote:It is working perfectly fine on my Transformer Pad, which has a Tegra 3 T30L.
Well, that just about dashes all hope for my newly acquired phone (2.3.5). Will still try to buy it and play it on whichever emulator that was mentioned before on my computer, if it's legal, when I get back tomorrow.kamnet wrote:The only minimum requirement I saw listed was Android 4.0, which both my devices run. But, yeah, the iPhone Killer gets no love.
If you have not, may I suggest starting with the tutorials instead?LocoRoller wrote: It works fine on the iPad as far as I can tell. I'm going to start on Boulder Breakers so I can get used to this new interface...
Pause the game and in the menu that opens in the bottom right corner:EDIT: I still can't figure out how to quit/save
Building a station that is 22 tiles long is not a problem to construct and a train that is way longer neither.LocoMH wrote: 2. How about limits in general, are they still given or raised or no limits at all? (On a screenshot, it seemed that stations could be bigger than before)
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