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It's a pity that the Google Play achievements are not activated in this game. It's kind of hack because in the android game description inside Google Play you read that there are 12 achievements but then none of these can be activated in the game. Developers should work on implementing these achievements which would create the android game more enjoyable.
Amazing game, but method too short. I love the atmosphere and art style. Most of the puzzles were really simple to figure out, cleared the android game in about an hour. Was worth the 99 cents I for it, but definitely don't think it's worth the asking price, considering how short it is. Maybe you could consider ad-support for this or your next game?
Glitchy & Short Overall a very aestheticly pleasing and amazing quality game. Had some issues with glitches where I couldnt on an item and had to fully uninstall and reinstall the application (losing all progress). It only happened once though. The other reason for dissapointment was how short it was. I know the squad is beautiful little but it barely took me a day to finish. Still fun though.
Weird but worth every penny! Looked interesting and weird at first so I thought hey let's test it. Turns out to be one of the best android games I've downloaded on my Galaxy S7 Edge, and I haven't even finished the game! Amazing job guys. Ps. Any tips on the best method to beat the part when under water and the group of a million worms come after you??
This android game is great. Reminds me of Murasaki Baby on the Vita mixed with a cartoon Limbo. I don't often play mobile android games and this is the first time I've bothered reviewing one but I felt like I should leave a comment. Fun old school adventure gameplay, very cool artwork and designs and a brilliantly eerie soundtrack. I haven't completed it yet but I think I'm close to the end, the developers deserve every bit of success and I hope they obtain it.
After installing, this application was flagged as using the malware "wgin" to display ads, which a lot of anti-malware classes as a danger level of "HIGH". Full disclosure: I have not opened the application or played the android game so I can't comment on the video test itself, but I don't think this kind of malware should be acceptable in a application and should not be supported (hence the one star rating). If the malware is removed I'd be satisfied to begin the app, play the android game and adjust my rating. Please help developers who value your data and privacy security.
Unbelievable game. I love all the small easter eggs (Bender's head in the water level, Finn's hat on the clothesline) Could have been a bit longer, or even a bit more horrifying. There were a few instances where I'd have to restart the android game to obtain it to work correctly, but all in all, its well worth the price.
These shears are AMAZING! I love that they have an angled handle, which makes cutting long fabric easier, not to mention that they slice through fabric like butter! It comes with a little protective cap so that you can shop them among other accessories. They are comfortable to keep in your hands and are sharp. I highly recommend these!
I do treework for a living and I use these mainly to roll, drag and flip huge rounds. I am a huge fan of Fiscar products and have not been dissapointed with really need two of these to obtain the most use out of them. Also the point needs to be sharpened, which is beautiful easily done with a file. With one of these you can easily drag a huge long round and brush as well and I guess with some effort you could pick up some little rounds(hardly worth the effort).With two of these you can easily roll huge rounds even when they are odd shaped. The addition of the second hookaroon will give you much more control when rolling or dragging huge rounds and will support to flip them as well. Two of these also helps with dragging, loading and unloading brush. Just remember not to place too much stress on the hooks as these are not full tang and although the handles are rather powerful I would not possibility breaking them by putting an abnormal amount of weight on them as they are moderately ese have chop hours off of my jobs as well as saving my back and knees. No more hours of brutal, grueling, backbreaking labor trying to roll odd shaped rounds.Every tree worker should have at least one set of these.
Physics, people. PHYSICS!This tool is LIGHT...really light. To obtain amazing into the wood, you need to swing this tool faster. A traditional wood handled hookeroon is FAR heavier and usually has enough mass to penetrate by (almost) just falling into the wood. So the energy you save swinging a heavier tool SLOWER is now spent constantly lifting a massive tool. You have to decide if that's an e handle is so long on the Fiskars that you can obtain quick tool acceleration by swinging it correctly...from the end of the handle. This is simple to do because its so light and the blade is thin. Its designed to and is perfect for MOVING/DRAGGING/PULLING wood around. Not so much for picking wood sections up. Why? Because the blade design makes it more difficult to remove from the wood compared to a traditional conical point (which can release easier).This Fiskars tool (and their axes for that matter) can latest without any maintenance whatsoever. Their handles never loosen or rot, never need sanding or re-finishing/oiling, and they are darn near indestructible. You can overstrike until the cows come home and you won't break the W, I also have the 12" ver of this hookeroon and THAT ONE is beautiful much useless BECAUSE it's so light. The short handle doesn't let much force from a swing to penetrate the wood.
I originally got this to support pickup smaller logs 6” diameter. Had mixed results since the log didn’t have enough weight to let the hint to drive in. It was just easier to bend down and pick them e hookaroon truly shines with larger logs. I was able to stab 12-18” rounds and pick up one handed effortlessly. Simple to move from ground level into my truck bed. When unloading I was able to stand at the tailgate and pull the logs toward me saving time yet lieve it or not. The little hook was able to lift up these huge logs weighing 40-60lbs to a tailgate. Invaluable and saved my back!
Fiskars scores another win!I am the caretaker for a huge old house with an old pre-EPA woodstove, we burn about 6 cords of wood a year for heat. I am already a huge fan of Fiskars, having six or seven of their outdoor tools in my save money, I scrounge all of the wood required for heat, meaing I go on Craigslist, search trees people wish removed, drop them if needed, chop them into rounds and haul them home on a trailer.I'm not getting any younger, and my back seems to take the brunt of the strain from all that wood cutting, hauling, splitting and stacking. I read about the hookaroon on my favorite firewood forum (firewood hoarders) and decided to give it a try.I've gotten a few amazing sessions of use in, and the XA22 is a keeper!My most latest firewood scrounge is a large maple tree, with most of the rounds being larger than 20" diameter. To move them before meant I had to crouch down and push, but now with the XA22 I can just stand and pull, easily steering the rounds as needed, or flipping them end over end without any strain. This created my splitting session so much easier, I think I really got more wood split with the gas splitter, just becuase I didn't have to crouch and stand over and over getting the rounds to splitter deck. (I use a ramp instead of lifting them)The next night I stacked the splits, this is where the hookaroon really shines! Instead of having to stoop and stand, or work bent over at the waist, I didn't have to bend over much at all. Instead I hooked each split and lifted it with the XA22, using my other hand to grab the spits and stack me of the splits were not simple to sink the hook into, but even those were no huge as I could easily obtain the hook under one end of the split and pull it up to vertical, 16-18 inches above the ground is an simple reach with my other sterday I was cutting a creature tree trunk up, with the diameter of almost three feet. As I chop each round off of the trunk, I could hook it with the XA22 and roll it out of the way.Each of these rounds was 400 pounds or more, and the XA22 moved them without any problems.I will never chop or move wood again without a hookaroon, in fact I may a second one to support move the huge rounds around even easier.I'm already a fan of the Fiskars X27 splitting axe, preferring it over an other wood splitting tool as it is easier on my arms and joints than any other hand splitting tool out there. The XA22 uses the same hollow plastic handle as the X27, meaning it is super light, and doesn't transmit the shock of hitting the wood. Some people see this as a downside because it takes a fast flick of the wrist to sink the point into the nce I never used another type of hookaroon, I don't have any comparision to one with a solid wood handle and massive steel head. Some people prefer all that weight, as they can use gravity to sink the point into the wood. If you prefer more weight for your hookaroon, it is simple to add some plates of steel and a bolt through the hole in the head of the skars sells the XA22 with plastic sheath that has a toggle to remove it and a built in carrying/hanging handle on top, very related to the one their axes and hachets come r the and warrenty I don't think you could do any better.
As with all Fiskars tools it has quality materials and perfect design. I have been cutting firewood for 30 years and this is a valuable tool but I have gone without one this long. My bad. It does save a lot of bending over to pick up and moving around firewood rounds but for someone like myself with a already poor back it's still work lifting those rounds. I had used a garden hoe to move rounds from the front of the truck to the tailgate and it worked fine but the hookaroon will do the same thing except better. Maybe if I had this tool years ago my back wouldn't be in the sad shape it is today. There is a slight learning curve on how to release the hookaroon once you stick it in the log to pick it up or move it. Watch your toes because the logs can drop off while moving or carring. Also be careful yanking it out of a log so when it does come loose it doesn't hit you in the face. It sure doesn't need to be sharpened and while I was trying to pick a log round off of my handtruck I missed and hit the handtruck putting a hole right in the steel side rail. No damages what so ever to the hookaroon or the tip. Still sharp as it needs to be. I can see how a person could really be damage if not careful. I will never be without a hookaroon again.
Anyone who uses a chainsaw needs one of these. Used to dread cleanup after cutting, this tool allows you to lift and handle little to 4-5' logs without bending over. I can unload a pickup bed full of 6-8" logs standing flat footed on the ground, just reach in and pull them out.I looked at the wood handle, nicer head ones like Husqvarna. But they are much heavier. This thing is so light, and unlike an axe you are not trying to sink it deeply, just enough to snag e angle of the hooked point keeps the log on while carrying it, then when you are ready to drop it you just tilt the handle a bit and the wood will unhook unless you stuck it really hard.
Why would I need to use that tool? It was the first question I asked when I saw the Hookaroon. I had just purchased and used the Fiskars Maul and was so happy I decided to test another Fiskars product. I read the reviews and though, "I'll give it a try." It was well spent.I used the Hookaroon to wrangle rounds around the yard and into the wheelbarrow - so much easier than lifting with my back. You can use it to pull, push and - if you hook into the end, "crank" the n't bend over to grab the next round to split - use the Hookaroon.When one of the splits goes shooting off behind the pile, the Hookaroon is a much easier method to obtain it back than walking and bending or using the axe or maul to drag it e to hookaroon to round up all those splits on the ground and lift them into the pile.I was amazed how much bending over I did not have to do with the Hookaroon. Not bending and lifting all day created for a much more comfortable evening and next morning.I am addicted to Fiskars tools.
Every seamstress needs not simply pinking shears but micro-serrated shears for delicate fabrics. Can’t go wrong with the brand “Ginger”. These shears are hard to find. Though expensive, will latest a lifetime if used correctly, Was recommended in a class I took of couture bridal wear alterations.