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Re: Turkey Event feedback

Nov 21, 2009

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Well, I'm glad you enjoyed yourself, cuz I was so p*ssed off

wanting that dang Turkey Head to complete the costume.

I chased, and I chased, and I chased those dang turkeys over and over,

then had to chase them somemore.

 

That last Turkey though was a Turkey on Steroids.

I wasn't sure if he was Superturkey or I was running without legs,

but that was horrendously long and frusterating.

 

I haven't had that much fun in Home in a long, long time.

If that Turkey Chase is still up in Central Plaza,

I highly recommend you go play Turkey Chase before you miss the chance.

 

LET THE CHASE BEGIN!!!


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Re: Turkey Event feedback

Nov 21, 2009
I guess when Christmas time come they'll have snow on the ground and a Christmas tree where the big turkey is.
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Re: Turkey Event feedback

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  I really liked it, something different.  I was fun 
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Re: Turkey Event feedback

Nov 21, 2009

It was fun i liked it and wasn't to easy it and fun chasing the turkeys i just hope they go all out for christmas too..

 

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Re: Turkey Event feedback

Nov 21, 2009

mr_blackwell wrote:
I guess when Christmas time come they'll have snow on the ground and a Christmas tree where the big turkey is.

 

One can hope anyway.
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Nov 21, 2009
its over what the **bleep**....
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Nov 21, 2009

I sure was surprised when I went in the Plaza and saw all those turnkeys running around. It was well done and fun.

Now as to the game, some have a knack for those things. I don't anymore but I did get the toes and legs. Even if it's not over I won't get the rest I don't think.

 

It was (is) a success as far as the graphics are concerned. 

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Re: Turkey Event feedback

Nov 21, 2009

I enjoyed it and it was a real hoot (or a gobble?)

I like the costume it's really funny looking (a sad looking turkey lol)

that last turkey was a **Bleeper** wasn't it?

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Re: Turkey Event feedback

Nov 21, 2009

SSlarg wrote:

I enjoyed it and it was a real hoot (or a gobble?)

I like the costume it's really funny looking (a sad looking turkey lol)

that last turkey was a **Bleeper** wasn't it?


 Yeah it was at first, but then I felt dumb because I noticed that the only thing you had to do is just cut corners on him. Once I did that it was pretty easy.

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Re: Turkey Event feedback

Nov 21, 2009
tip of the hat to all involved in the thanksgiving event. i only have one question, say for some reason, someone does'nt get the complete costume before the mini game is removed. will they be stuck with a incomplete costume, or will there be a way for them to get the parts of the costume he/she is missing?
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