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Interesting discovery about the f2p system on Williams Pinball for iOS!!

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  • Interesting discovery about the f2p system on Williams Pinball for iOS!!

    Something cool just happened. Normally you only get Zen coins sporadically through the Daily Challenges most of the time you get parts and tickets and flipper and ball cosmetics. I did buy the 10$ 3 table pack from the previous update with Championship Pub and Safecracker ect. For the original tables like fish tales and the getaway I have all the parts for all those tables that I can get I upgraded a couple of tables to 4 stars through the coins I got just doing challenges and leveling up but the rest of the tables all have the parts they need to get to 4 stars just need the coins. Now when I do challenges I ALWAYS get coins. I've gotten them 8 or 9 times in a row yesterday doing the daily challenges. It appears that when you have maxed out the table parts you just always start getting coins. None of the challenges seem to give the 3 newest table parts those seem to be for now only given out in the Season 04 Table part hunt challenges they added.[color=#333333]]
    Last edited by Dembe; 08-07-2019, 07:07 PM.

  • #2
    Try not to praise the iOS Williams app. The devs might actually start to think they are doing something right. And how did you buy a table pack for $10? Someone else said that they did that but I have never seen packs available for direct purchase with real currency. I've been asking for that option since the trash app came out. I've only seen the gimped tables for 250 zen coins but the store only offers 150 or 350 coins for purchase (because 250 would be too easy right?). And that only buys you a single level 2 table without the better physics or ability to save a game. You have to pay extra for that privilege.


    • #3
      Just reinstalled the game to see if there was an option to buy packs with real money. Couldn’t get past the “Connecting” load screen. Great design guys. I love the design principle of not being to be able to play a game, that is focused on the single player experience, without a connection to a Zen server. Awesome design philosophy! (Sarcasm)