Report: #1480263

Complaint Review: Space Ape Games - London England

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  • Reported By: Scott — London Ontario Canada
  • Space Ape Games London, England United Kingdom

Space Ape Games Rewards posted the player must buy London England

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Rewards posted for reaching milestone levels are vehicles you must actually pay for in gems. The amount of gems for the next vehicle increases by 40 gems per level. The reward for level 150 is the Pangolin 150. To get this vehicle you must purchase the 2 vehicles prior to it.

You must also purchase the Pangolin which is listed as the reward for reaching level 150. To even get to purchsse that vehicle you need to spend 340 and 380 gems first. Then the pangolin will be at least 420 gems. The drop rate for gems is minute and buying a high quantity of gems requires real money spent.

Upwards of between $60 and $140. The listed reward isn't unlocked at the milestone reward. It must be purchased after purchasing each vehicle prior to it

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