An Offer is an In-App Purchase introduced in the 11.2.0 update. It mainly is a limited time event to players to receive a bunch of good stuff, which requires only a small amount of real money.
This table indicates all of the offers that have been temporarily introduced into the game so far.
|Offer Name||Introduced||Times it appeared||Time or Packs||Cost||Offers|
|Christmas Offer||11.2.0||2||80000 packs||$13.99||1000 + 500.|
|"Free" Phoenix Offer||11.3.0||2||1st offer: 40000 packs.
2nd offer: 5000 packs.
|1st offer: $11.99.
2nd offer: $4.99.
|1st offer: Phoenix + 300 .|
|Chinese New Year Offer||11.3.1||1||2 days||N/A||50% on all Kung-Fu themed content + 85% on skins.|
|Leprechaun Offer||11.3.1||4||1st, 2nd and 4th offers:5000 packs.
|$4.99||1st offer:200 + 200 + 5 every day for 30 days.
3rd and 4th offers:
|Unicorn Offer||11.3.1||1||3000 packs||$4.99||Unicorn + 200.|
|Ultimate Weapon Offer||11.3.1||3||1st offer: 3000 packs.
3rd offer: 5000 packs
|$4.99||1st offer:A free weapon + 200 .
|Ultimate Gadget Offer||11.4.0||2||1st offer: 3000 packs.
|1st and 2nd offers: $4.99||1st and 2nd offers:3 free gadgets from each category + 200 .|
|Treasure Frenzy||11.4.0||7||1st offer: 3000 packs.
3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th offers: 5000 packs.
|1st offer: $4.99. 2nd offer: $37.99.
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th offers: 0:$99. $0.99
|1st offer:1000 + 500 .
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th offers:
|Magical Dragon Offer||12.0.0||1||5000 packs||$37.99||Magical Dragon + 1500 + 1000 .|
|Eagle Spirit Offer||12.2.0||1||5000 packs||$0.99||Eagle Spirit + 50 + 50 .|
- A probability for the introduction of Offers is for Cubic.Games to tackle their financial problem.
- So far, 10 offers have been introduced into the game.
- A similar content exists in Pixel Gun World, an Event.
- These offers usually appear in the gem currency shop.
- The Leprechaun Offer has ironically first appeared before Valentine's Day.
- With these offers, you save more money than the money that is actually spent.
- Many offers can appear at a time, sometimes 6 offers on the lobby screen.
- It seems to be illogical that the Pixel Gun Company sometimes claim their offers are "free", yet these offers still require real currency in order to receive.