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This Facebook FAQ from the Steam Knowledgebase seems to answer most of your questions. When you link your Facebook account to Steam, all that happens is that Steam tries to find if any of your Facebook friends are also on Steam, and suggests that you add them. You also get the option to invite your Facebook friends to link accounts as well, via a wall post ...
If you log onto battle.net, go to your "Home" page by clicking the little house button. As you can see there, is a button which says "Import Friends" next to the Facebook icon. Select this, and enter in your Facebook credentials. If the broadcast has expired, select your friends: Click "add friends": Select "add Facebook Friends."
From What are ChessCube Cubits? What is it? Cubits are ChessCube’s virtual currency, which can be used to enter a ChessCube Tournament, play a wagered Chess match against other ChessCube users, or purchase items in the ChessCube store How do I get Cubits? Directly purchasing Cubits using your Credit Card or Paypal account Using your ...
Here's one trick that should help. The Boss Fights in New York payout rewards based on a % of cash you have on hand. Street Thug - Giancarlo Morillo 0.30% Associate - Confront Detective West 0.36% Soldier - Confront Luis Castana 0.39% Enforcer - Confront Agostino Cleto 0.54% Thus, the more money you have, the higher they payout. So you can ladder ...
Well, for one just go to draw something, hit the settings button in the top right, and tap help. It will take you to a help section, and your question is the very top one listed... I'll re-type the reply here for you: If you've already created an account vie email, and you want to play with your Facebook friends, you'll have to log in with your ...
As of January 2013, Facebook integration has been removed by Blizzard because Facebook [...] changed their API usage policy and decided to prevent third-party games like StarCraft II from utilizing their network to make social connections. http://us.battle.net/sc2/en/forum/topic/7592202481
City Cash is how they get you. It's just an alternate currency besides the Coins, and there are only 3 ways of getting it: Leveling up Completing certain out-of-game offers for Zynga ("Earn City Cash" tab) Buying it with real money ("Add Coins & Cash" tab)
Linking Steam to Facebook will not post anything to your wall. The only thing it enables you to do is find your Facebook friends through Steam's friend system. Now it is easier than ever to find your friends on Steam. Just link your Facebook profile with Steam and see your friends who have done the same. Don't worry, we won't post anything to your ...
Yes, the maximum level in Zuma Blitz is indeed 80. After reaching that level, you can no longer level up. You CAN choose to become a "Zuma Master" and return to level 1, in exchange for a shiny gem on your Zuma Blitz profile. This site details all of the levels in the game: http://bchantech.blogspot.com/2010/12/zuma-blitz-level-up-table.html
This page has a list of all the quests and what you need to do to complete them. The Pier is near the middle of the "tree", right after build a school. It requires you to have 3 expansions and lay 3 roads. The Zynga forums have a huge thread about this particular quest not unlocking for people. The solution that is offered again and again is to clear up ...
They drop randomly from doing jobs and fighting in New York. Presumably, the rate is similar to any other Chop Shop item, as there are not exceptions noted, but I personally haven't fought or done jobs in NY at all really since the Chop Shop was introduced, so I'm not entirely sure. ~Source
To convert Facebook credits (FbC) into your game's currency... Launch the game you want to play. Once there, that game has some type of currency and a means to add more of that game's currency. Restaurant City uses coins, and in the upper left hand corner of the screen is a button that says "Add Coins". Press the Add Coins button. The next screen ...
http://forums.popcap.com/showthread.php?626-stag&s=638eeb048932cfe891e8da45ccb9d23b&p=2901&viewfull=1#post2901 According to someone at PopCap: The "stag" in the background that appears has no other significance other than one of our artists created a rather cool Autumnal scene to use for the game that has a sort of mystical quality to ...
Ok, I've discovered there's two ways to do it. 1) You can use blessings on an enemy mudling until their faith gets full blue, then make them a prophet. 2) You get bonus powers for free (except for the single power energy costs) guaranteed to make a mudling a prophet note You will need to keep blessing them to ensure that they stay prophetized to your ...
Apparently this is a known issue. They are working on a game-wide fix, but in the meantime, they are trying to manually fix this for each individual user, so it is taking them a while. From this forum: Originally Posted by Ziffer Last Update: 12/20 Description: Since 11/23, some players have reported losing the Duke's Quest Line after ...
My gf informs me that they grow underneath trees. Apparently if you move all your animals and buildings away from your pine and oak trees they'll grow. After a few days you cut down the trees and the thorns will appear. If you don't want thorns, keep animals or buildings near the trees and they shouldn't appear.
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