||To Danial Dani,|
Thank you for your review.
It's a review, so I don't mind if you post it at Play Store even if that's a negative one. It might be helpful for other people who are wondering if they should download the app or not.
As a developer, actually reviews just like "I like it" or "I don't like it" are not very useful because those ones represent just their preferences. Those are actually impressions, not reviews, I think. Of course people have their own preferences and often they are the opposite to each other. If you say you like A and someone says he doesn't like A, what can I do? If someone says I don't like your, for example writting, and doesn't say anything particular, what can you do? All you can do would be just a random try, and that's not very different from my current way.
At least positive reviews usually cheer up developers, that's why I don't say they are meaningless. Although if someone just says I don't like something about my games, I'm always kind of puzzled.