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Thank you very much! You didn't do too bad at all =D, So in normal mode, you lose if a fruit hits the same spot three times, you can see the ground rots and if the rot reaches to the bottum, you lose! In time attack this doesn't happen so it's much easier to get higher scores =D Thank you so much for your video, very entertaining! ~ P.S in the IOS version, there was a bug where the moles that eat trees stopped working due to a couple internal things, it should be fixed by tomorrow :P
Thank you! You do alright in it :) You can also no longer lose in time attack in the new update, so you just collect as many fruit as possible in the 3 minutes! A bit of a change :) Awesome video man, keep it up!
Thanks a lot Talaman! Nice critique, I'll try to change the way the mouse works for PC, as it is now, you really need to get used to the speed of the hamster to use a mouse well to not over shoot. Near the end how you hit the fruit into the side trees you are right, you can hit them into there and use them as goals, it's supposed to help when you can't get under the fruit. Time attack is really an advanced game mode, it really is possible to play this game almost forever if you really get good at it, believe it or not :P But you gave me an awesome idea, i think time attack should be about collecting as many fruit as possible in the 3 minutes regardless of the fruit rotting. This may also help people get better at the normal mode. Also as for the double tap, it's not about collecting the same seeds, it's about having the same trees planted, so if you have 3 apple trees grown at the same time, you get the ability :) Thanks a lot for giving it a go!!
Try to keep yourself on about 3 trees and get used to the speed of the fruit, seeds are fastest, then apples, then blueberries and bananas are a bit crazy because they jump out, check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXjU0_LoJMk :) Goodluck and thank you so much for giving it a go!! Once you master and get used to a few things it gets much easier, it's a bit of a steep learning curve :)