Agent Dash 2.0: Should you really upgrade just yet?

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Here are some screenshots of things that have changed in late April 2013 (see my comment below):

Bobajob received a minor price increase in the old version
Bobajob received a minor price increase in the old version

 

In the the version you can now buy him with Diamonds too
In the the version you can now buy him with Diamonds too
Groovy Outfit Dash with price increase in the old version
Groovy Outfit Dash with price increase in the old version
... and in the new version, making him more affordable
… and in the new version, making him more affordable
Minor price increases on Boosts in the old version. They really want us to upgrade and will do everything to spoil our fun if we don't
Minor price increases on Boosts in the old version. They really want us to upgrade and will do everything to spoil our fun if we don’t

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3 thoughts on “Agent Dash 2.0: Should you really upgrade just yet?

  1. UPDATE 27/04/2013

    Looks like Full Fat have made some changes which affect the old version as well as the new version of Agent Dash: Some characters can now be bought for diamonds in the new version. At the same time, characters have received a hefty price increase in the old version and now cost you 20x as much as before!

    Bobajob for example used to cost 40.000 diamonds, but since yesterday he’s a whopping 800.000 in the old version. That’s ludicrous! However he can now be bought for 50.000 diamonds in the new version – which wasn’t possible before (he used to cost microfilms).

    Groovy Outfit Dash can now be bought for 10.000 diamonds in the new; in the old version his price tag has changed to 400.000 (used to be 10.000).

    Boosts have also gone up a tad: Gem Rush is now 20.000, Slow Mo is 5000 and Air Drop sets you back 8000 in the old version. Streak Discount Savings still appear, but no discount is applied anymore.

    In a nutshell: Full Fat are desperate for us all to upgrade. They really don’t want you to play the old version anymore. Perhaps there’s something more at stake here than a harmless little video game which (used to) bring so much joy to the many masses.

  2. UPDATE 30/04/2013

    Full Fat have pulled another stunt to render Agent Dash 1.x less useful: they’ve disallowed the Facebook login on the old version, which means that you cannot collect diamonds and use them in the new version anymore. Facebook acts as a “cloud” which keeps your diamond count on all devices in sync. With that gone, there really is no going back and forth anymore.

    In other news, Agent Dash 2.1 has just been released – let’s see how that compares to the other two versions. I’ll keep you posted 😉

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