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FletchWazzle Jan 17, 2013 @ 1:06am
Who's OP Now Achievement
I've been stuck on Questor level unable to upgrade anything else, consistantly denied leveling. I have beaten the tree and received the "Who's OP Now" Achievement for doing so (only having received that one & the two first Achievements) it says only .1% have done so, others have said that they have made it past Questor, and the global stats verify that that is the case. I have 70-80k of every resource & just wondering how I keep pulling a short straw (or am I just preoccupied a split second when those random stars align)?
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A Gelatinous Cube-Z- Jan 17, 2013 @ 4:03am 
I got it rather early in the game, myself. 'course, I tend to keep items like the attack balls and whatnot. When I came across the treant, I dumped everything on it and killed it without much hassle. Using 4-part attacks helps, too, as it increases attack power, it seems.
NothAU Jan 17, 2013 @ 3:12pm 
Honestly, you don't need the trees/stones anymore. I'd use the potions that change them into Gold/XP, and upgrade everything you can (even building levels since you have so much), and you should be good.
FletchWazzle Jan 17, 2013 @ 4:41pm 
Aight
Panopticon Jan 17, 2013 @ 5:35pm 
I've only played it for 2h but beat the tree/got the achievement around 1h45min gameplay. Not sure if this is normal.
PhoenixUltima Jan 18, 2013 @ 5:38am 
You say you have all upgrades, but you don't have the achievements for doing so, so I'm guessing that you didn't upgrade the actual rooms? There should be a button near the top when you enter a room that says "upgrade", and you have to upgrade that to unlock higher level upgrades to buy. You'll know when you've really maxed out your upgrades because the text will be green instead of red, and you get an achievement for each pice of your equipment you upgrade (the sword gives you "excalibur", the shield gives "vibranium", and so on).

And yes, the game itself should make this more clear.
FletchWazzle Jan 19, 2013 @ 3:06am 
I have all upgrades available to someone continuely denied passing Questor.To clarify since my whinning left at least one confused...first two to three hours I played got to Questor unlocked everything that was available to me. Any further upgrades I imagine open up after words, I have just shy of 20 hours and haven't seen the promised land, I argue that it's BS. If I wasn't sick with the flu I wouldn't have given it so much time but what have you.
FletchWazzle Jan 19, 2013 @ 3:08am 
My bad, yes & thank you.
nninx Jan 19, 2013 @ 5:05am 
Originally posted by PhoenixUltima:
You say you have all upgrades, but you don't have the achievements for doing so, so I'm guessing that you didn't upgrade the actual rooms? There should be a button near the top when you enter a room that says "upgrade", and you have to upgrade that to unlock higher level upgrades to buy. You'll know when you've really maxed out your upgrades because the text will be green instead of red, and you get an achievement for each pice of your equipment you upgrade (the sword gives you "excalibur", the shield gives "vibranium", and so on).

And yes, the game itself should make this more clear.

Thank you! I've been in the literally the same situation - hours into game, also thinking I have to reach the level after questor to upgrade the rooms... of course, not being able to do anything. For some reson, it was really frustrating, I kinda got hooked on this game way more than I ever thought possible.
Luca Redwood  [developer] Jan 19, 2013 @ 8:52am 
I guess I should make this more clear: how about have the upgrade button flash or throb when you need the building upgrade?

Luca
nninx Jan 19, 2013 @ 11:01am 
I think that even a small change like green/ red text color or a slight border on the button would make it pop-out without ruining the look of the game. Btw, really cool game now that I'm finally able to progress!
FletchWazzle Jan 21, 2013 @ 12:02am 
In all fairness I was unable to see it in plain sight, or conceive that the upgrades, beyond the level I was at, that the items in the store reffered to, were referring to the building, and not my characters level.

I was sick with the flu & medicated, I learned of my follie just before I left for the weekend I told a friend of the story & how I owed Luca Redwood an apology, upon viewing the trailer on the Steam page he said that he had seen the upgrade button in the store shown (I hadn't watched it, as I was looking forward to 10,000,000 ever since a positive review for the original ios version for a device I didn't own).

Would a flashing or throbbing button remove the ability for others to be ignorant (or in my case consumed by ignorance), & maintain the progression curve that worked so well up to that point and only negatively affected at that point by the players inability to register that upgrade buttons presence, yes that ought to do it.

My apologies for my ignorance (which is boundless), my apologies for directing my ignorance towards you Luca Redwood & your product. My problems were largely my fault. & I will try to display better self control in the future. Welcome to PC gaming.
Vardis Jan 21, 2013 @ 11:41am 
I think it just being in a different color (green, red, gold, whatever) would help. I didn't see the button either at first, and only looked harder because I was sure I missed something.
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