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    • portal really...

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    • able to craft dragons... really... really...

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    • I totally agree....it is not fair that we cant get the gem dragons and we dont get all the quests =(

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    • a few weeks ago Android couldn't get the craftable dragons OR the virtue dragons.  I imagine eventually TL will update the android app to use crafting dragons too.  Sadly it is a fact that there are more people who use the IPhone version than android, and therefore that is their target audience, as they can earn more money that way.

      Many games comes out on consoles (PS3 and Xbox) before they come out on the PC for much the same reason.

      At least be happy you aren't using a Kindle, they have the worse deal of the bunch (can't even use the valentine's version without rooting or following special instructions).  I was stuck on that crappy version till I rooted my kindle.

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    • I agree it is frustrating.   I am about as far as I can get on the android and there are whole classes of dragons I cannot breed let alone the buildings and decorations that are not available.  I guess my money and time are not good enough for team lava to care about.  I will probably delete the game before the update comes out.

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    • I use my Kindle fire and can't get those things either..very frustrating.

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    • Ah... suddenly things are a little clearer. I play with my son on his kindle and couldn't work out why we couldn't access a lot of the stuff that everyone else seemed able to. Now I know it is because we're THIRD class citizens. Maybe I should take my addictive personality elsewhere for the complete game experience...

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    • Not sure if anyone here wants to try it but I will let you know someone created a blog with a way for Kindle to get some of the extra stuff. You can find the blog here

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    • As long as Android users and Apple users have different game rules and entry options, it is against the law to have them play in the same contest/sweepstakes. Basically, a sweepstakes is illegal if it requires a purchase to participate. A contest is illegal if entry is different from one person to the next. And it is an illegal lottery if there is any kind of "consideration" involved (like the people holding the lottery receiving any benefit of any kind). The Topaz "sweepstakes" CAN happen in a legal way though on the iOS side. It just needs to consider the Apple platform as a separate game with a separate and true "sweepstakes" with its own winner(s) and not allow Android participation. The requirement of a purchase on the Android side though means that it is not a legal "sweepstakes" and, since the winner is chosen by random, it isn't a legal contest either. This only leaves illegal lottery. Sweepstakes can't require payment, and contests can't have different entry requirements. In short, TeamLava has conflated all three and is BREAKING THE LAW in a number of ways.

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    • As long as Android users and Apple users have different game rules and entry options, it is against the law to have them play in the same contest/sweepstakes. Basically, a sweepstakes is illegal if it requires a purchase to participate. A contest is illegal if entry is different from one person to the next. And it is an illegal lottery if there is any kind of "consideration" involved (like the people holding the lottery receiving any benefit of any kind). The Topaz "sweepstakes" CAN happen in a legal way though on the iOS side. It just needs to consider the Apple platform as a separate game with a separate and true "sweepstakes" with its own winner(s) and not allow Android participation. The requirement of a purchase on the Android side though means that it is not a legal "sweepstakes" and, since the winner is chosen by random, it isn't a legal contest either. This only leaves illegal lottery. Sweepstakes can't require payment, and contests can't have different entry requirements. In short, TeamLava has conflated all three and is BREAKING THE LAW in a number of ways.

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