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- Developer: Disney
- Publisher: Disney
- Genre: Adventure General
- Release Date: Dec 20, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Higher levels getting boring?
Have those of you who've made it to the highest levels gotten enough to do? There are SO many XPs to earn but days and days worth of harvesting with no new tasks or challenges. Anyone getting bored? There isn't enough room to keep growing things; I've looked around on other people's reefs and they're pretty much full too. When will they add more content? What do you all do to earn the XPs and enjoy the game for so long?
Answer from: jjjagzzz
Totally agree, feeling like giving up, but today brought 3 bonuses - I moved up to Level 33, got my first rare fish since about Level 18 or so and Deb (another friend) turned up. May keep playing a bit longer, but as you say - becomes boring with few challenges and only Xp to collect
Answer from: Glittergirl
I'm on level 21, getting very bored and already need another expansion. Level 33?! How many levels ARE there anyway? Earning the XPs is taking so long already, I've sold some low producers to make room for the bigger earners (both SD and algae), which has helped get the XPs a bit faster. But still.... There need to be more challenges/tasks to keep it interesting. We started this game for my 5-yr old, but she was "over it" by level 10, and there's no way she could play it at the higher levels anyway.
Answer from: JLee
Glittergirl, you'll get a big expansion at 23! So far there are 40 levels. I'm also finding that the new update is keeping me quite busy (I'm at level 29).
Answer from: H50
On level 31 now and reef still hasn't got any bigger. No room to plant anything else and can't afford one rare fish as it costs me 60,000 algae to feed. Fed up!
Answer from: Randolph
H50, you don't need to feed the fish. That's just a bonus feature to get some pearls. I've never fed the fish that cost 120,000 and he is still there.
To make room, delete some plants that you don't need. Delete rocks, sand, etc too. Plants that take a long time but don't give much in XP or algae/money, should be replaced with higher producing plants.
Unless you're staying on and harvesting for long periods of time, the fast-producers aren't your best bet. Especially at the level you're at, you should be going for XP plants and gathering up lots of algae. It doesn't take long if you use the big-impact plants!
Nothing will happen if you delete things to make room. If you put sand in to finish a challenge or get a fish, once it's done you can get rid of it and the fish won't leave.
Sometimes my "heart" points as I like to call them, go down if I delete a rare plant, but I don't really care because how many of those conch shells do we need? I just keep planting a rare seed here and there and it eventually goes back up.