Rare times in local KT. Place your mouse over times and items for time conversions and info.
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Ok - sending a message to Ganz, I can't pass this now. Maybe too many of us were making it to L3, but as usual Ganz has overestimated how hard to make a children's game. They did it with the first pass of the Communal contest, they did it when making the pets hunger and health increase excessively, and now this. I think Ganz should make incremental changes, and keep adjusting until they find a happy medium.
"Dear Ganz, Please reconsider the excessively shortened times in Kinzville Mover. The game is now far to difficult to complete L3 for an adult, how are children expected to be sucessful and happy? Please give us back more time on the clock to complete the levels."
I have to say this - we made it to level 3, with all three kids and me working together to complete some of the puzzles. They would not try it alone - they had to have the others standing by for help. Some of the puzzles were really tricky and we definitely failed sometimes, even with the longer time. Yesterday, we could not do the last truck at all. I hope Ganz will consider adding some time back to the clock or this will be impossible for the kids. And this is all about the KIDS, right?
When I don't finish the puzzle in time, I always take a screen shot. I then print them out and cut out the pieces (making sure I first put an "up" arrow on all the pieces). There have been some puzzles that are so difficult that I can have my husband try them and he will say "this one is not possible". Some of the puzzles are easier than others and you don't need that much time. Some of the puzzles take a lot longer than the 150 seconds that they used to give us.
For the Ms. Birdy's assistant job, I have to do it with the sound off because there is always a lag in the sound and it messes me up if I have the sound on! I haven't done that job in quite a while though.
I used to do the floor tiling job all of the time, but lately I am unable to do that job in the time allotted. I used to have at least 20 seconds left on the clock and still finish, but not any more. I think the clock ticks down too fast on my one computer. It is like 2 of WW clock seconds for 1 second in real life.
That is so funny you mention that. When ds is needing help and I assist, I am certain there must be a wrong piece! NOTHING works!!
This was my favorite job but now it's just too difficult. I won't be playing any more. Guess it's back to the sorter job, at least most of the time I can finish that one. I hope they don't change the time on that too. There's always hamburgers!
I wondered why I didn't have as much time as before! I just thought that I was taking longer. I never suspected that the times had been shortened. Thanks for the update.
Ganz should reconsider the times. I think that it was perhaps too easy for a hard job, but it appears that Ganz has gone to the other extreme. What is the point, if the children don't feel that they have a chance?
It is an awesome job and I hope any future changes make it more child friendly.
Yet again they go and ruin something. This game was difficult enough and now it is all but impossible. I can't understand how Ganz figures these things out. I am an adult and this game was hard, I can't imagine how difficult it must be for a child. I thought Webkinz was for children. They need to keep this in mind when they make these games. Let their kids try this job... Thanks again for ruingin it Ganz.
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