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By Dr O'Neski (@steviep147)

iPhone iOS 11. The game on start defaults to Tutorial Level 0-15 and I have to go through the ticking thing to get back to where I want to be. Anyone else got this? It doesn’t happen on my old iPad on iOS 9x.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16345 points
By Dr O'Neski (@steviep147)

@admins I’d be interested in fellow players views on this.


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By Angrychicken (@angrychicken)

@steviep147 Looks like just an emulator for mobile apps, am I right? That’s already been around for a long time in the form of BlueStacks. It’s not really clear from the picture, but are those buttons at the top aiming tools? If they are that would not be OK, if that’s what you mean here.
I don’t know if Bluestacks and this program are the same but I’ve never had a problem with the former. If people enjoy playing that way you can’t ask them to stop, even if it may give them a slight edge. As a comparison, tablets are more accurate than phones, and you can’t ask all tablet-players to revert back to a phone either.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 16345 points
By Dr O'Neski (@steviep147)

Hi @angrychicken thanks for responding.

Yes I know Bluestacks and I don’t remember that it makes playing any easier However Nox is a whole new ball game which is why I have asked about it. Yes the buttons are effectively tools to assist in game play. You can assign keyboard shortcuts to just about any task; eg restart level without losing your aiming point; use a gaming pad, show x-y coordinates etc. Would it enhance scores? In my view probably.

If anyone has a “working knowledge” of Nox it would be good to know what it can or cannot do.

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