Upcoming Changes to Diamond Packages Feedback

Discussion in 'Announcement Feedback' started by Sovereign, Apr 25, 2019.


    THEE1STNOEL New Member

    May 3, 2019
  2. Algona

    Algona Well-Known Member

    Feb 22, 2015
    No, typing all Caps and every other word of your post are ridiculous.

    Are you just short sighted to the point of near incapacity or are you venting because your boss / dad yelled dumbass things at you when you asked for a raise / more allowance?
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  3. Super Catanian

    Super Catanian Well-Known Member

    Oct 25, 2018
    Neither do I, but why do I care? I've never bought Diamonds before.

    You don't need to pay for a script here. The game is completely "freemium" (free to play). Having a good strategy will allow you to enjoy from the script well.

    And do you have to cut the Diamonds and polish them? Do you have to do that backbreaking work? I'll be looking forward to your response for that.

    that you're typing in all caps, just like @Algona mentioned before me. This is the Internet, and you are showing some of the worst netiquette I've ever seen.
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  4. sir lanceaboil

    sir lanceaboil Well-Known Member

    Aug 10, 2016
    INNO should introduce a thumbs down for posts if we dislike them as we have a thumbs up if we like them.
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  5. Crollito

    Crollito Well-Known Member

    Jan 21, 2018
    Interesting, this change increases the value of diamond farms. +1 from me :p
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  6. Oswyn the kind

    Oswyn the kind Active Member

    Apr 21, 2019
    is this the first announcement of diamonds adjusting? or were there others in the past?
  7. Emberguard

    Emberguard Well-Known Member

    Oct 27, 2018
    I wasn't around when the prices would have been adjusted prior to now, but a quick forum search came up with this: [2013]

    and on en I found another: [2015]

    If there are others I'd have to search more to find them. But to answer your question, yes there have been announcements in the past about price changes
  8. Manda the first

    Manda the first Well-Known Member

    Dec 19, 2016
    I'm finding it hysterical that due to their other postings I know we have two actual children posting in this thread with more grace, understanding of finance and responsible personal finance than many of the assumed adults. Not to mention their better grammar as well. When kids know not to spend money they don't have on a game, or know inflation exists and people deserve raises to keep good talent while you don't, you need to take a long hard look in the mirror.
  9. Free spirit 1

    Free spirit 1 New Member

    Jul 31, 2017
    your greed on the price gauging will end up costing you more money than you would make this is a game and virtual items I've seen a lot of games get greedy and then lose their players, there a lot of things that need fixing in this game and gvg is definitely one of them but it doesn't look like any of the funding is going to fix the issues there....just saying increasing pricing, not fixing bugs and issues is a sure way to price yourself out of the market
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  10. UBERhelp1

    UBERhelp1 Well-Known Member

    Dec 9, 2018
    Hmm.... I have stumbled across a huge discovery, everyone! It's called Patience! Who could imagine such a thing! It means "the ability to be okay with waits without ranting in a thread!" This must be the missing link! We don't need to buy diamonds, we just need Patience and we can get them on our own, without spending any money on an interesting collection of lines of code! Wow.

    We must begin using this more often. Maybe we can create diamond farms where we can get them free, to the point where we make over 100k per year! Wouldn't that be amazing? Well guess what? It's not too good to be true! You just have to use this newfound Patience! It's like magic!

    Seriously though. You don't need diamonds to have a good time. That's like saying you must pay a ton of extra money (after the admission fee) to ride the newest ride at an amusement park... where there are tons of other rides you paid for with your admission. And in this game, there isn't even an admission fee! Also, in this game the journey is the destination. No reason to spend to get there faster, because you never will.
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  11. Lord Everlorn

    Lord Everlorn New Member

    May 7, 2019
    I am guessing the number of the lower cost diamond pkgs are the most popular
    This was the same on another game I enjoyed playing
    The owners of that game decided to change the way their pkgs were set up to bring in more cash while not dealing with play/feature issues
    That game is now defunct
    perhaps it would behoove Inno to learn from the past mistakes of other formerly popular games
    mess with the player base over cash lose your player base
    you have had 7 good years at this don't be stupid and cost yourself more than you can afford
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  12. Algona

    Algona Well-Known Member

    Feb 22, 2015
    You do understand INNO has raised prices twice before with the effect being more people play now then ever? But this time it will be different, right?

    Do you make more now then you did a few years ago?

    Then why begrudge INNO doing the same?
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  13. icarusethan

    icarusethan Well-Known Member

    Jul 26, 2017
    I mean, in the best case, he doesn’t.
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  14. Lord Everlorn

    Lord Everlorn New Member

    May 7, 2019
    as far as the number of times Inno has changed prices i have no idea nor care, i was relating to the effects i have witnessed first hand over price changes,the popularity of Inno going up after past changes is more word of mouth and advertising then a direct correlation to price changes, i have no logical reason for you to even site that as a reason for price changes not to effect customer satisfaction, and i pointed out a potential negative effect not a prediction as you seem to think,("But this time it will be different, right?")
  15. Algona

    Algona Well-Known Member

    Feb 22, 2015
    Can you name a successful quarter of a billion dollar revenue business that hasn't raised prices in the last four years?

    INNO has a 10 year record of increasing revenue and is surrounded by successful competing businesses that also increase their prices.

    Instead of repeating their successful history and emulating their successful competition, you think INNO should base their business decisions on companies that failed.

    Are you thinking this through?
  16. LacLongQuan

    LacLongQuan Well-Known Member

    Nov 3, 2012
    Veterans don’t buy diamonds, if you still do, good for you.
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  17. Ominus Dust

    Ominus Dust New Member

    Oct 30, 2018
    I used to buy two $50 diamond packs a month and for each event... so as such, I too may be looking for a different game as I don't think diamonds are cheap as is and to further increase the price then the value of the diamond actually goes down. If the cost goes up then the purchases will plummit thus you'll lose money and players. I won't pay any less than current mobile prices, I won't accept any less diamonds than what mobile provides, however I play pc and will be severely upset at the change. I've been playing for 2 years, and I'm a guild leader of a successful guild but this may make me step down and go to a similar game from a competitor who still values their players. We spend money on FOE because it pays off, but it I don't get my monies' worth then I'm better off picking up my xbox again or a different game like FOE altogether. This is a sad sad day in FOE!!!!!
  18. jon38ak

    jon38ak New Member

    May 8, 2019
    I buy more diamonds than I should. I buy less than I could. I will continue to buy diamonds as I feel the need. The package price has minor impact on my decision to buy diamonds.
  19. Stephen Longshanks

    Stephen Longshanks Forum Moderator

    May 8, 2015
    Good luck finding a game that doesn't raise prices when it needs to.
  20. Godly Luke

    Godly Luke Well-Known Member

    Feb 4, 2018
    Have you tried Elvenar? That's a pretty good game.
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