I’ve stopped playing most mobile games because of this
The internet is huge. Why pay for something unless you enjoy it enough to WANT to pay for it?
Roger sure can’t get a break (specially when he’s going to break his bank account, much to Andy’s chagrin).
Puts breaking a bank account to a whole new meaning
I suggested to a friend who is a math instructor that he should apply this model. It would provide a lot of funding. Students could buy “clues” during tests. The students would be quite familiar with th concept.
Oh, and I was totally being sarcastic.
Reminds me of this story where a kid spent over $1400 on Smurfberries in a mobile game back in 2011. If I recall congress and the Federal Trade commission got involved in the issue. Also South Park made an episode about it. You can guess which I spent more time watching.
Show me someone under the age of thirty who knows that you can play solitaire with an actual deck of cards.
Today’s classic Sunday strip we’re missing:
Roger .. you need to learn about Pirate Bay …
if it was wizards chess, there is no “whoopsie”, your knight gets broken it stays broken.
Oh, Andy is going to be so thrilled when she finds out how Roger maxed out the credit card…
“Mom’s going to think I’m the one who maxed out the credit card on video games. " “There’s a Playstation 5 in it for you if you don’t squeal.”
Roger, stop validating the whole pay-to-win scheme.
I read this strip in the paper. I love it! Looks like no matter what he does, his iPad will always checkmate him. LOL!
No, they’re not. Because they’re usually total scams.
Roger needs a new hobby besides chess or golf.
Try Diablo III. Or Order of Battle. Heck, even World of Tanks. Much more fun.
Now I know never want to learn to play a game of chest.
If Roger can learn from his mistakes, he has unlimited improvement capabilities.
What do you guys think would be more successful: Suggesting a comic to run in my newspaper, or suggesting one to Gocomics?
The woopsie tokens are disappearing fast.
Roger is as bad in golf as he is in chess, but keeps on spending. Im surprised he hasn’t gone broke yet.