Coin Master a Fresh New Twist
Coin Master is an exciting, free, quick, casual text-based mobile application developed by Israeli mobile developer Baba Yaga. It’s had more than 100 million downloads to date. Coin Master is currently the most popular free mobile app in the UK and Germany. But does it have everything you need to be a great success with it?
Like many text-based games, Coin Master has some nice graphics and an appealing interface. The “slots” are very well done. I particularly like the big red “A” shaped icons for each of the six categories that appear on the main menu. It looks like they’ve been carefully chosen to represent each of the six currencies that are used in the game, and they’re very easy to identify. The “PayPal” icons are also useful when selecting payment methods, as they are readily located and used by default.
Let’s start off with the game mechanics themselves. You earn money by playing the slots and winning the jackpot. After you win a jackpot, that’s your reward. You can keep earning money and using the coins until you run out. Also, when you play certain coins during a period of time, you get bonuses that give you points towards your pet food reward.
A daily bonus is given every day at random and is worth 5 coins. You can earn up to 500 coins per day, or more if you play frequently. The daily bonus changes each day, and you can’t spend all your time getting daily bonuses. You have to stop at some point and earn more coins by playing spins. This process can take a while, but it is worthwhile.
There are two versions to this mobile game. The first one is called “Soda Wars”, which you play as the judge, and which is updated on a daily basis. The second version is called “Cocktail”, which is the same as the original version, but you play as the judge in the mobile game” Soda Wars”. Both are the same amount of fun, and you can play both on Facebook. The decision on which one to play will be entirely up to you since they are both free games.
I’ve seen that many people are complaining about the loading times of the mobile games. They may be short, but they could be longer. They depend on the connection speed of your device. The problem isn’t really with the loading, but instead with the heavy graphics. They are a bit over the top, but that’s part of the charm of the game since they were designed to attract a younger audience. Regardless, they could have been used to create better graphics, and to make them less “Bland”.
I think the one thing that might turn people away from Coin Master for the next few years, is if they aren’t able to unlock all the features. It would be nice to be able to buy items, get power-ups, and levels up the same way that you did with Soda Surfing. Some of the hidden features in Soda Surfing are nice though because they make the game more challenging. Coin Master does have some challenges too. In my opinion, though, it’s just not going to be as challenging as Soda Surfing.