Wild Ones match selector lets players revert to old settings

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There was a time long ago when Wild Ones was a game of survival. Players had one life and had to strategically fight and endure until they remained victorious as the last one standing. Unfortunately to the dismay of dedicated fans, on one fateful day, Playdom changed the rules. Wild Ones became a deathmatch style game where pets merely respawned when they died. Many players were totally outraged at the abrupt change to the game they knew and loved.

Well friends, I'm happy to announce, the old Wild Ones is back.

Wild Ones introduced a new match selector screen (pictured above) that expands and streamlines the process of finding a battle:

First, players choose a mode:
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Fans of the old Wild Ones will be delighted to not only see the return of their beloved Last One Standing, but there is now a team option for the survival gametype too! I can assure you, it's just as awesome.

The match selector then lets you choose a map, yet some of the levels still require higher levels to be unlocked. Also pretty exciting is six blank map slots that are sure to be filled soon. In addition, the new match selector retains all the options for private games and customizable options with the Custom Game mode.

The usually angry and upset Wild Ones fans have nothing to complain about this time. This update asks for no Facebook Credits and no commitments. All the new match selector does is expand the game to embrace all its players: those who love the new point match and those who were devastated by the removal of last one standing. Personally, I'm a fan of the latter, so I'm definitely ready to jump back into the strategic game of survival I had come to love.

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