I’ve had some close calls during closest to the pin shootouts but this is the first time I won (or lost) by .01 of a yard. To put that into perspective, .01 yards is 0.9144cm (0.393701 inches) and a golf ball is about 4.3cm in diameter. So I was closer by less than a quarter of the width of a golf ball (about 21.265% closer). Crazy. Sorry Marco.
And then this happened. To be fair I’m not surprised, James was always cool.
It’s got a bunch of diverse and unique research missions! Or not…
Sure Niantic calls it an event but I call it an infestation.
This is what happens when two people don’t care about winning or losing and just have a grudge against each other.
Ah yes, here we can see one of my fine doctors researching a cure for whatever the hell that is.
Higgins! When I said you can relax a bit and throw your feet up since it’s such a long drive I didn’t think that I would have to remind you to at least keep a hand on the steering wheel!
Jokes aside, this isn’t the first example of lazy modeling I’ve seen in Transport Fever. But I do really like the game, and it’s not really a game you’re expected to zoom into every little detail so I’ll give the developers a pass.
Playing in silver this happens way more often than it should…
If someone doesn’t make a run for the ball at a kickoff the other team can get a free shot. If you’re bad like me, you might miss that shot. But you get lucky and get your rebound. Nothing crazy but this is the first time I was able to do that without even using my steering wheel.
It feels so unfair playing against the son of God. I mean when he hit the ball into a water hazard it floated on top and he simply walked on over there and took the shot to land on the green! Glad I didn’t put money on the game.