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Too simple and simple, the cuts from one photo to another is horrible and is just a ripoff of other android games like stickman hook. Instead of playing this android game go obtain stickman hook and obtain a android game which is broken a bit, but is also fun and does what is expected unlike this game.
Okay to give everyone a heads up on this android game if they said that this android game is retarded they should look at the comments first before they even played it well first of all you must be jealous because this android game is amazing what's so wrong about it
Dieses Spiel an sich ist schon ok. Bockt sich halt nur einbisschen. Die Werbung allerdings kam bei mir relatic selten, deswegen hat es einen Pluspunkt verdient. Das einzige was aber wirklich stört, ist die "2-seitige Sensibilät". Was meine ich jetzt? Es gibt zwei eingebaute Arten von Sensibiläten, was einem wirklich verwirren könnte. Wenn man sehr schnell mit dem Daumen oder Zeigefinger hin und her geht, hat es seine Sensibilät. Anders ist es auch bei denen, die praktisch quick einen Punkt fixiert hat und sehr langsam drüber geht und die Sensibilät soo stark ist, die mit einmal mit dem Finger drüber ziehen mehr als einmal durch die Spirale ist. Ich würde lieber raten nur eine eingebaute Sensibilät zu benutzen und einen Sensibilitätsbalken anzuwenden, damit wir diese anpassen können. Deswegen kann es die Kontrolle über diesem Ball, den man spielt, zu sehr beanspruchen und man wird weniger Spaß haben. Außerdem muss ich sagen, @#$% das auf Dauer nervt, wenn man immer und immer wieder erneut diese Anmeldeanzeige bekommt, bevor man wieder startet. Das könnte tierisch nerven. Noch eine weitere kleine Sache: Vielleicht den Schwierigkeitsgrad am Anfang nicht zu krass stellen. Ich hatte manchmal (2 Mal), dass bei der ersten Drehung um die Spirale plötzlich eine andere Farbe rausgeachossen kam. Das battle unerwartet und wirkt teilweise doof. 》 3 Sterne, mittelmäßig Verbesserungswürdig, liebe Entwickler
Superman: Lois and Clark has been my favorite Superman comic in a long time. Establishing the pre-Flashpoint Superman and Lois was a amazing choice, and here, they've become the forefront versions for the series, following the spoiler that is the Fresh 52 Superman's fate. So more of the two, and their child, Jonathan, was e book is somewhat a step back from that one; although not awful, by any means, following such a amazing title shines a bigger light on the flaws of this one. Lois gets a small less focus this time around, and her moment-of-awesome given to create up for it here leaves a small bit of fridge horror due to the item-in-question that she uses. The focus itself shifts to Superman and his fresh Superboy's relationship, but kind of errs too far on the side of Superboy. As a large fan of the Connor Kent version, it can almost come across too much as shilling the fresh kid, to the level of Superman's own title feeling a small taken-over. And frankly, I've seen the "young person struggles with developing powers" enough times that it feels fairly redundant the method it was done llowing that, my issue is the problem the book has establishing the tone and themes it wants. Be warned, some spoilers ahead. Early on, Jonathan attempts to save the family cat from a hawk with his heat vision, but accidentally kills the cat too. It's rather explicitly shown, and feels incredibly jarring with the rest of the book, especially when the whole family is shown smiling and burying the cat as a sort-of "learning moment." It's far too giddy after being a small too graphic for what it was going for. Another example; the Eradicator shows up and claims to be a friend, with a war from Superman due to an understandable lack of trust. The Eradicator winds up proving himself as an ally, and Superman hesitantly allows it. He then almost immediately goes and does something to be a threat again, and it's right back to fighting. This takes up the main "conflict" of the book, but since he had nothing to do in the early chapters, it all feels rushed so that the comic can have a main villain. This is not to mention the method the book uses the Eradicator to instantly shove in more mystical-esque elements, like lingering Kryptonian souls, into a book that previously showed nothing of the sort about to happen. Mystical can work very well in comics, even Superman comics, when done well, but it never quite feels justified by the is still a step in the right direction, though. Unlike much of the Fresh 52 version, it does, at least, feel like "the true Superman" again. If you wish something more in the vein of what we used to get, and the gripes I've detailed here don't seem to be a dealbreaker to you, give this one a try.
Peter Tomasi knocks it out of the ball park with this fresh Superman run. He manages to write a wonderful Superman that is both an inspiring character and caring dad. Tomasi manages to make excellent chemistry between Clark and his family. Superman's son, Jonathan Kent, is an perfect addition to the Super Family. You have fun seeing Jon grow and develop his powers. Lois as the Wife of Superman is also amazing and the two also belonged together. Overall, making Superman a dad and giving him a wife and child is the excellent progression of the character. The villain of the arc is the Eradicator who manages to be a terrifying threat to the family. The whole book is full of intense action, inspirational moments, and cameos from beloved characters. It also has some amazing artwork by amazing artists like Gleason and only downside is that this Superman's origin may be confusing for some. But if you can obtain past that, you will search a truly Super Superman and Super Dad.
Though a god story, that kept me interested in reading part 2, I found Lois and Clark better. But it is a amazing revival both of the TRUE Superman (the fresh one was too glom for me) and the spirit of hope that was a benchmark of DC years ago. I hope this fresh storyline keeps real to its beginning.
The focus on family and legacy provides a powerful foundation to an perfect begin in Superman rebirth. The return of "classic" superman is a breath of new air to those who remember it. The artwork is astounding and every one sheet and double page panel is worthy of hanging on a gallery wall. This is my Superman!
Oh, boy. To understand Superman’s first volume under the Rebirth movement, you need to understand that the Superman in this book is the Superman we knew in the 80s, 90s, and early-2000s. This is the Superman who married Lois Lane, the Superman who fought versus Doomsday and died, the Superman who returned from the dead.Why is this confusing, you ask? Well, this Superman is now living in an alternate reality, one that arrived around 2010. DC calls it The Fresh 52 universe. In this softly rebooted universe, everything and everyone got a facelift, modernized, updated. The Superman in this fresh universe wore a suit more like armor than tights, had a romance with Wonder Woman, and wasn’t much of a talker. He died in battle, though, and so the pre-New 52 Superman, who had been hiding out on this alternate Earth with his wife Lois and their son Jon, decides to don the red and blue again because, yeah, Earth needs a tman and Wonder Woman don’t know this fresh Superman. No one does. They don’t know if they can trust him. They honestly don’t know what to think of him. This is a really interesting dynamic because this classic ver of Superman was the beacon of hope in his old universe—he was the gold standard. To suddenly be an alien twice over adds an interesting dimension to the character, one that the creators were sure to touch upon. I can only hope they continue to use it to drive stories.But the true heart and soul of this book is the arrival of Superman as a family man. Let’s face it—our classic Superman has always been a dad. He may not previously have actually had a child, but he basically epitomized the traits we hope for in every amazing father—brave, selfless, compassionate, assertive, reliable, strong, and even a small Superman acts like a dad for amazing reason—he is one! Their son, Jon, is just beginning to develop powers, and watching Superman tutorial his son through these changes is charming in and of n, who I believe is around ten or so, is an incredibly likable character. He’s not too naïve, not too sassy, not too polished, but not too rough, either. They’ve hit a nice tone with him, one that I hope they can continue.I do believe Lois is getting a bit lost in the mix in this first volume, though. In my opinion, her inclusion in the action feels a bit forced, and, honestly, there’s a moment at the end of this book where I really questioned Superman’s judgment in allowing a very human Lois to be anywhere near the cataclysmic war taking much as the creators have hit the right note with Jon, they are missing the tag just a bit with Lois. They’ve all been hiding out on this fresh Earth in order to protect Jon, and so Lois must be content as an anonymous novelist, doing house chores, and sort of playing the role of house wife. It never felt quite real to the character, but neither did the huge action stage in which she participates. Granted, like Superman himself, getting Lois just right can be tricky. I trust Tomasi and Gleason will eventually search the right chord for , yes, much of Son of Superman worked very well. Seeing Superman as a father is something I very much enjoy, especially because I am a father myself. It’s fun to be able to relate to him even now as a forty year old man. Seeing Superman through Jon’s eyes breathes new life into the hero, and watching Jon struggle to become a character in his own right is going to prove fertile ground for future stories.But speaking of story, Son of Superman faltered with its main conflict. The Eradicator is back, but I think this is the Fresh 52 ver of the character—I was never clear on that, to be honest. Anyway, as an ancient piece of Kryptonian technology, he’s taken it upon himself to destroy Jonathan Kent, whom he views to be an impure blight versus Kryptonian genes due to his human heritage. Plus, as it happens, he’s got a bunch of Kryptonian souls living inside of ankly, I found the whole Eradicator plot a bit of a stretch, even by comic book standards. There are tons of directions they could have taken in this first volume, why they chose yet another hero with an “S” on his chest and very convoluted motive is something of a mystery. And the tons of Kryptonian souls trapped inside of the Eradicator really took me out of the story. It seemed like such a significant happening just to kind of throw in there as an aside … it felt forced and unnatural to the general cadence of the book. In fact, everything with the Eradicator felt a small clunky to me.Furthermore, along those same lines, the art in Son of Superman is flat-out superb. Patrick Gleason draws a heroic Superman, a charismatic Jonathan, and a self-reliant Lois. But his style tends to be a small cartoony—a bit exaggerated. There are a few installments in the book, however, where both Jorge Jimenez and Dough Mahnke fill in on the pencils. Both are superb—I’ve been a Mahnke fan for a long while now. But, their style tends to be a small darker, a small more realistic, a small more chiseled. Like the storyline itself, the shift in art could be abrupt and jarring. All of the art is wonderful, don’t obtain me wrong, but the flow is disruptive from installment to installment due to contrasting n of Superman is not perfect, but it’s a bold, uplifting direction for Superman and I commend the creators for embarking upon such risk. Taking one of your flagship characters and making him both a husband and a dad is unconventional to be sure, but I have no doubt this creative squad in particular will provide captivating stories to come. I think we’re all ready for Superman Dad … I know I am.
This is the classic Superman everyone knows and loves, but with an interesting fresh twist. Lois Lane and Clark Kent are parents. If you've never read Superman, this is a amazing put to start. If you like reading Superman or have every liked reading Superman, this is also a amazing put to continue. Its new and familiar.
Perfect design, unbelievable devs, and enjoyable experience. However, it is difficult for me to search uses for it. I would chock that up to not having enough mates to plan things without contacting them directly first. Amazing application for community centered people, but not exactly the individualist!