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- Developer: G5 Entertainment
- Publisher: G5 Entertainment
- Genre: Adventure General
- Release Date: Nov 21, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
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For Android, the old way to mutiply used to be open gift box, turn off wifi, accept gifts, close gift box, turn wifi back on. Doing it this way, you could stash gifts indefinitely for mutiplying, like mutiplying the same 20 ladybugs 100 times over a number of days.
The new way to mutiply is to open gift box, accept gifts, leaving gift box open go back to device home screen, go back to game and gifts repopulate. If at any time you close the gift box, those gifts are no longer available for multiplying.
How can I mutiply the same gifts over a number of days, or at least not all in one sitting? I don't want to leave the same wishlist up for days on end and I don't want to spend literally all of my time in game mutiplying.
Answer from: Sue
Hi Nitey :-) I multiply on an ipad but if I want to save some gifts to multiply later then I just don't accept them until I'm ready to multiply them. I often save ladybugs, fireflies, etc until I have 10 before I multiply them and as long as I don't accept them they will stay in my gift box. You could just keep 2 of each item you need to multiply. Hope this helps :-)
Answer from: Xanthus
I have an answer, but you won't like it. I'm on an Iphone and the only way to do to multiply the way you want is to have a bad gift that crashes. Accept, but don't thank all gifts you want multiplied and then go to the crashed page. You get knocked out, but when you return all accepted gidts go into your inventory AND those same gifts are still in your gift box ready to multiply whenever you want. Today used IFunBox to rid all, but one bad gift. So I can use this method, which I believe to be far superior to thenormal method. Imagine having a stock of arrows, bugs, carrots on hand to multiply whenever you want. You don't need to ask for them EVER again, that is unless they get eaten by thank you gifts ;)
Answer from: Bluebell
Have you tried multiplying as you've said then on the last go:
Tap "accept" then close the gift with the little "x"
Keep gift box open, hit home key go back to game and the gift(s) are still there.
Close gift box.
Multiplied items go to inventory but original gift(s) should still be in the gift box and available to multiply again later. Try with one or two that aren't too important and see if it works :) I've tried on Samsung Tab 2 and it works and it also works on iPad.
Hope you find this works for you!
Answer from: nitey4ever
Thanks Bluebell. As noted in your other post, that only works for 1 more time mutiplying, then they disappear. :( I haven't updated my tablet yet so that I can still mutiply on my schedule, but I can't move anything between my tablet and phone.
xanthus, way to think outside the iFunBox there :) I think I'll avoid the gift glitch though. :p
Answer from: Bookworm
Hi. I do a combination of 2 the ways you mention for both Android phone and tablet.
I open gift box, turn off wi-fi, accept gifts but no TY, close gift box, exit out of game via getting the do you really want to exit message, turn wi-fi back on once out of the game, go back into the game and watch the gifts re-load. Works every time unless I make an operator error.
If I am done multiplying some gifts but not others, I open gift box, accept the gifts I am done multiplying, exit out and leave behind the others to multiply again at a later date.
Answer from: nitey4ever
Thanks Bookworm. I'll try that.
Answer from: marg
I use your method Bluebell but like the others once the gift box is closed I can only mutip!y one more time. Then they are gone. Before the update I could save them to multiply again later. I didn't know what the little x at the top meant in those days either!
Answer from: Tin99
Nitey4ever, thanks for mentioning the new way to multiply. I was still turning the WiFi on and off. This new way is so much better!!