I’m having a hard time filing this one under the gaming videos category but I’m going to anyway. At a quick glance for this farming game, I was intrigued as it maybe looked like Stardew Valley built in 3D. I’m not entirely sure how fun that would be exactly, but it still caught my attention as I do love farming, tycoon style management and city building games. Once I tapped on the ad boy was I surprised. I don’t know anything about the company that developed the game or the game itself, but damn does this sort of deceptive advertising irritate me. Especially for a (what I assume) is going to be a simple *takes big breath* tap-and-wait-or-pay-for-premium-currency-to-speed-it-up-game. Needless to say I never did download it. If you’re a fan of this game, to each their own but I’ll stick to Stardew thanks.
Well I don’t know if this is an ad algorithm gone right or wrong. But I know whenever I see an album cover like “Butchered at Birth” I immediately think getting a pulled pork sandwich.
With the explosion of smartphones and mobiles apps and ads, it’s no surprise there are many foreign made ones. And with that, it’s no surprise there’s spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in some of them. If you survive this game for 15 seconds you’ll be legally skilled at what? The game? Painting? Flying an airplane? Brain surgery?
Wow. Just… wow. At $0.50 I’m tempted to get a pair just to see them in real life.
Yup, exactly as the title says, this is what happens when youe try to rush through the review process.
So I was browsing whiteboards at work, then naturally some of the ads on another website became tailored to my recent search. It’s definitely the weirdest whiteboard I’ve ever seen. Or it’s quite possibly a gigantic sheath with an absurd product name, I’m not sure.