Carol Davida wrote: »
I love your doll's new outfit. Impeccable style!!!☺
Paty wrote: »
Linda this hat matches PERFECTLY with that dress, I loved it!! Unfortunately I didn´t win the dress in my Christmas boxes
Melimda119 wrote: »
I've spent so many of my KStars and I'm so fed up at this point. At first, I was trying hard to style the item, but I kept losing to basic looks. So then I try styling with basic clothing, and I lose to the ones that actually look good! This event is so rigged and unless you're lucky and have a ton of K Stars, you cant win. I feel robbed. After this event, I feel like Glu should give every player 100 KStars as an apology.
katiealexandraa wrote: »
Ignore it. Hackers/cheaters are generally pathetic and not worth your time (or anyone else's time here). I only wish Glu would stop creating events that make it easier for them. Thank you for posting that initial post, though - it gave me a really good laugh. Oh no! The event made the poor girl spend some of her (unlimited) stolen kstars! If only Glu would think of the cheaters next time...
NoblestRomana wrote: »
I would not mind this type of event if there was a one time fee per level and then maybe forcing us to wait for like an hour to enter again for free if you loose with the kstars option being given if you want to re-enter immediately.
KueenKhloé1719 wrote: »
Katiexandraa, don't worry I bet some people FROM GLU saw her post and are working on it . It is sad to see this kind of behavior on the forum . KKH is a game where you don't need to buy Kstars there is the ad and offer options for FREE Kstars. So why hack when the app it self gives you a safe alternative . And those who do pay are still above being hackers. In ofther words hacking is what can be described as the worst way to get the "easy side" of the game. And the fact that some hackers/cheaters have the nerve of calling people out who work and save their kstars and complaining of Glu is just plain ... I guess you can call it walking on top of those who work hard.
Vats wrote: »
Wow congrats Bilal! You really impressed me this time!
haha Trevor you're my hero now! Thanks for the good laugh!
I gave few more tries today when the required item changed, but my best position was at the second place.
I smelled something fishy though, those two guys were wearing the prize (pants) we're competing to get at the tier...
How they explain that?
katiealexandraa wrote: »
I think you can enter multiple times? I know I can do the "audition" round an extra time each day, before a timer pops up there telling me I need to wait another 24 hours. They are probably trying to get 3 in a row for the extra prizes? Or have unlimited k-stars and are bored? Who knows!
EDIT: ALSO, I feel as though there might be dolls added in by Glu, either to fill space or make it more difficult for us. Perhaps this is the case and this was a mistake on their part?
Fin wrote: »
You can do the audition 3 times a row and win stars all the time and win the 3-win streak?
beeskiss wrote: »
Playing and lurking here for a long time so finally registered so just wanted say hi hope you all well
As many of you I do not like the event compared to previous I prefer to buy required item and keep it instead of paying hard earned Kstars fee every single time just to get Kash or bolt of energy.
And later entry 20 Kstars every single time what?
That's much bigger risk even than paying for gift boxes where I may get lucky or in worst option have 4k Kash or 40 bolts not 250-750 or 1 or 2 bolts.
So I gave it a go spent about 90 Kstars my results I got as everyone boots than with various results but mostly 8th 7th 5th 3rd got just backpack shoes and leg warmers?
So in my opinion yes it is lots of prizes but not very exciting at start a bit better later but with no real chances to get them all if you play fair not even talking about extra outfits did anyone manage to get them at all?
Glad for recent Kstar event so can at least get some back.
My opinion voting is determined by computer algorithm as not sure how everyone else but I do not have even option to vote for other looks not even like usual mandatory first vote so I think as many of you before that winner is randomly selected especially after seeing basic winning looks (and I mean no offence to anyone of course).
So nice try overall good idea something different but fix the bugs I got whoops every single time don't force us to spend so much lets face it real money and make actual voting fair plus a bit better looser 3-8 rewards and I would be happy for now no thank you glu.
buffyslayergal wrote: »
Tried the first round again this morning when the event reset. Submitted one look I threw together with cheap/plain items and one I worked hard to make great. 8th place both times. I haven't spent many K-stars entering the second round so I'm guessing I haven't reached Glu's threshold to win. I don't think the event is real. SYS definitely wasn't and I think the same is true of this event as well. They have simply decided on an algorithm for winning/losing; there are no actual competitions. Everyone on this forum won their first round and lost their second the first time they tried it; that could never happen if the thing was legit. Can someone with the necessary expertise/talent check the coding to confirm? Glu, are you willing to release the coding in this instance to prove the whole thing isn't a fraud?
kokokokonut wrote: »
And no Linda, you are certainly not the B word. I'd give you a bouquet if the emoticons could cross platforms.
isabeau wrote: »
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood has lost its shine. I think it started with the lowlife-inspired-greed of pay-to-play SYS events. The too many undesirable event items.
katiealexandraa wrote: »
MY NEW THOUGHTS ON WWIB (and the problems behind it):
Unfortunitely it is clear that WWIB does not operate on honourable terms. While I can't place my finger on what it exactly is, I do think that there is some manipulation on Glu's end into the results of each competition. This is clearly seen in the guaranteed win of the very first Audition competition. I do believe that this extends throughout the rest of the game as well. I've studied my own entries into the competition, as well as other player's entries, and have read numerous posts concerning the issue. I feel that this manipulation works in a possibility of ways: (1) There is an algorithm being used that provides very little chance at winning. Rather than actually relying on votes, the system determines the winner. (2) This algorithm does not provide equal chances at winning. A fair chance would be a 1/8 (12.5%) chance. I don't think these are the actual numbers as I was unable to break 7th or 8th place in the competitions I entered prior to giving up. (3) Glu enters "default dolls" into the competition to throw the odds and ensure less real players win. While this is just a hunch, it could explain why there are so many default dolls winning. As another user pointed out earlier, if a player cannot afford to buy their doll hair or clothes, how can they afford to keep entering the competition.
When I say that I had the best outfits and styling in a few of the competitions, I am not just saying that because I am obviously partial to my own style. There were a couple of times that I realistically should have come in 3rd or 4th based on others' outfits (there were some great ones!), but of course, I came in 6th and instead of one of the great outfits winning, a "default" one does. (4) This is why I think that the problem in the outcomes extends beyond players voting for "ugly" looks. Every member in this forum has complained about it (stating they legitimately vote for the nicer outfits), and numerous users on Instagram also have stated this. It has to be a problem on Glu's end.
Unfortunitely, Glu made this all to obvious, in my opinion.
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