Scott Hardie | November 30, 2019
The 83rd season of Celebrity Goo Game begins tomorrow. I have some fun things planned for the season that will reveal themselves soon. There are two rule changes in effect:

1) You now have four days to use a lucky cat instead of seven days. I confess, I'm still a bit skeptical about this change (it feels like forcing players to play a certain way), but I have been convinced by recent support for the idea.

2) Shiro's per-goo bonus now only applies to goos solved, not also to goos created. You will continue to get 100 points per goo created, so there's still a decent point bonus there.

Let's have some fun this season. Good luck! :-)


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