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What a promising game to play .. I like the game system but not the laggy stuff on the game.. I would love to see this game more complex more intense zombies are good not too much over powered.. please put a customized placing on the buttons for more mobility.. about the steak mode put some melee weapons for that ...guns and ammo are limited after the 5th person is rescue mission.. I can't get enough ammo to finished up the remaining zombie.. I'm looking forward for more updates . Thank you.
💪Good job and nice game developer, I really enjoy of playing it and lot of time I spend to play this, but I have suggestion for this game because you know I really love😊💕 survival game especially it comes to be offline, for me can you make it a real open world......I mean the character can move to place to place like traveling to other place and also just add gears and pistol guns and improve also the control anks
I don't wanna give bad review and rate for this game. This game is still on development and can be better than this.I think developer need to add some features like player and control customization , need to upgrade smoother ed to add more guns and there is a bug while you go to upstairs.
This game is [email protected]#$%! show yellow screen when I play the game and it's lag it's very trash this game just wasting my data and pls fix it and I will give you five star and I will say this game is awesome fix it right now . I'm sorry for that but please fix it
And again, what is the purpose of this app except taking up room on your device? Boring, old and out dated info. Give us the what and when. Such as Free Call Filter. End of March my foot unless you are an iPhone user! What is up with that! Guess we will take our cheap androids and sit quietly in the corner. uninstalling! Let me know if and when this app tells us something new.
I'd rather be able to purchase digital magazines for less than the paper copy; especially if I'm purchasing digital copies of back issues! The pricing is inconsistent as well. Some issues are £1.99, some are £2.99, and most are £4.99. Also, since these are digital, why aren't PDF files made available for those who own a digital copy? That way they can be read and/or used anywhere? I think I'll search for the pattern designers and ask if I can purchase the patterns directly from them instead.
This magazine is so hard to find in the States. The only place I'm able to find it is in Barnes and Noble, and sometimes they don't have it. This mag has THE best crochet ideas for people under the age of 100!! ;-) I am so happy for this app so now I can enjoy the magazine with a subscription so I don't miss an issue. This app is specifically for people who want the subscription and pay for it through Google Play, instead of going through the editors website. Now if only I can figure out how to look at the magazine on my laptop?
keeps crashing everytime i try to use it. ( i have paid for my magazines subscription on this, cant read them because it keeps crashing and then to download again) perhaps you should also do a pdf download version on adobe. so we get to keep a copy on our PCs,tablets,phones etc. that way-even if it crashes, westill get to follow the pattern. infuriating to work on pattern, have it crash after minutes, lose your place, wait for it to re-download BEFORE you can carry on making. sort it or refund my money. Pls
I bought this book wanting to know more about the evolution, process and mechanics of contemporary song writing. I got that and tons more. A very engaging read about the music industry. This is an excellent introduction to anyone who wants to enter the field and understand the level of persistence, directed energy and caffeine needed to make it.
Informative,well-doented work! A must read for musicologists as well as young artists seriously working to carve out a career in music today.(My only criticism is that the alleged quote from Hunter S. Thompson is apocryphal. But many make that mistake.)Ruggedly independent rock musicians can and will continue reinventing pop music, despite monopoly of "The Song Machine." It's cyclical. Note this young unsigned band's video: a visceral barrage against the "Hit Factory":
I enjoyed learning about how pop tunes are constructed for the mega stars (and soon to be stars). The author explains how endless combinations of hooks and bridges are toyed with by multiple talented people to construct songs. The industry if full of risk and randomness, and the formula's are constantly changing. I leaned a lot from this y of the artists in this book appeal to the mass market. I enjoy listening to the mega stars on movie soundtracks and on Youtube, but I am not their audience. N'Sync, Britney, Rihanna (fascinating story), and Jay Z songs, are fun to listen to with friends, dance to at weddings, and chant along with during loud basketball games. This is not the music that gets my undivided attention. Mega Pop Stars's attract a huge audience, and I give them credit for their ere are certain bands who I can listen to over and over, year after year. Arcade Fire, Of Monsters and Men, BabyMetal, Bring Me the Horizon, Sigur Ros, early Bowie and Queen, Pink Floyd, and Radiohead, come to mind. These bands are my day to day soundtrack. I love songs that age well over time. I hope John does a follow up book on the alternative music business. He is an excellent writer.
Great insight into the current music making machine. Scary how controlled and orchestrated the music scene has grown over the years. The boy bands, the girls bands, kpop, Clarkston, Rihanna its all in here. Who really is writting the hits you love to hear? Why do you love to hear them? I feel like a laboratory rat being fed against my d book, bought the audio version to listen to in the car while traveling, instead of the machine of the airwaves.
I really enjoyed reading this book. It's a fascinating look at how modern pop (and some rock) music is made. While it sometimes strikes a somewhat cynical note by talking about how everything is done to a 'formula', its speaking the truth, and I found that part a little sad. However, it's also a real page turner, and you get some fascinating information about how the like of Britney, Katy Perry, and Rhianna put together their music.If you are interested in modern music, I really recommend this.
Superbly written and researched, this book is a wonderful addition to the modern music literature. The writer, for the first time ever, goes deep into the hitherto hidden and little known industry behind the music hits to reveal the often surprising and shocking truths. We all know that the industry has evolved since the 80s and 90s but these changes are little known to outsiders. There has been seismic changes in terms of the music industry structure, the balance of power and in the music production that were kept hidden from the general public and the ing this book will open your eyes wide and you'll never see or hear a hit song the same way again.
One of my favorite books in the past few years. Seabrook dives deep into modern pop songwriting, which reflects a production line more than the mythic writer with a guitar and notepad. You don't have to love current pop music to love this book, but you are sure to come out of reading this with eyes open to the talents of these craftspeople. Along the way are terrific profiles of pop geniuses known (Max Martin) and relatively unknown (Deniz Pop's key role in the Swedish pop machine is made clear throughout the book). Read it.