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Lover in Universe

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rated 1.83 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Skill - Other
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flash
skill
kids
gold

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Dec 30, 2013 | 4:20 AM EST

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Use your crossbow to grab gold and other treasures out of the sky. Once it has grabbled something it will pull it up. Heavy objects like rocks and large love nuggets will be harder to pull up. Between levels you can buy items that can help you.
Fill your love meter by the end of the level or it's game over. Your extra love points at the end of a level will carries over to the next level.
If you accidentally blow up everything on a level or you just feel like going on, you can press the "end level" button. If you haven't met your level goal it will be game over.
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Control: This game is played with mouse only.

Reviews


dreamsfandreamsfan

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Well this has a few major flaws.

Perhaps the biggest problem: The love meter does nothing, which might give one a free pass to the next level every game. I could get 25 points and sail through to the next stage.

I also believe the money bags/presents are broken. Every single one gave me $1, and the instructions before game note it could have 1 to 1000. If the bags were dropping the correct money, this would correct the issue with the store, which, frankly, selling items at $499, there is no way a dollar can afford.

The Kisi One logo, unfortunately, also blocks items that are on the screen. I'm not sure if thats intentional or not, as it seems to have good items behind it most times.

This game is rough as hell. Needs a LOT more polish.


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thejazbandthejazband

Rated 0 / 5 stars

This is a thinly disguised, practically exact copy of the classic Gold Miner flash game that came out a good 7 years ago, under a more erotic premise and using a mouse instead of keyboard controls.



lj1978lj1978

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

glitch as hell. The love meter never actually changed and as a consequence made no sense, the items in the shop were nearly all vastly too expensive to ever afford, and the kisi one ad in the bottom left of the screen obscured everything there making it impossible to determine what was in the field of play behind it.


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