Other false memory phenomenon examples include memories of the “Bernstein Bears” being spelled “Bernstein”, and the existence of a 1990s movie titled “Shazam” starring Sinbad as a genie (which I personally do believe I’ve seen a poster of it in a magazine when I was younger! Some theorize that the Mandela effect phenomenon might be evidence that we are living in an alternate reality.
The other thing I noticed in the game was the Raccoon emoji to depict ‘burglary’. It’s also important to note that the Bit life app updates pretty regularly, so the game and graphics I played with a year ago wasn’t the same as the one I was playing today.
That thought made me look through a bunch of old YouTube videos of gameplay to try and spot the emoji. After looking through many older YouTube videos of gameplay (especially the ones that concentrated on being criminals), I still couldn’t find any trace of the robber emoji.
I almost gave up until I stumbled upon a Twitter response from Bit life ’s official account after a user theorized that the emoji could have come from the game. Bit life could have just been cashing in on the attention, which is why they did not confirm whether it was true that they had the robber emoji.
It wore a striped black and white shirt and held a brown bag that had the money sign on it? Okay, so here’s the weird thing: Apparently it never existed, even though everyone on the internet swears that not only do they remember it, but they’ve totally used it before.
According to every source we’ve looked into, it appears that the robber emoji just never existed in any shape or form. In this Reddit thread posted five days ago, the OP wrote, “I can swear there was a robber emoji.
Interestingly enough, everyone seems to remember the same emojis. With this many people remembering the elusive emojis to exist, it’s strange to think they could have just evaporated from the digital atmosphere.
Or was it quietly deleted without a trace, for seemingly no reason? Billie just received a massive new update, introducing a bunch of new features to the game.
This includes lawsuits, singer and priest careers, nice parents, a cemetery, inheritance, entry-level jobs, boosts, and new cities. Check out the table of contents above and click to go to the relevant section to learn about any of the new features.
Time Travel isn’t a new feature introduced in this update but a lot of people are searching for it, so we figured we’d try and make some sense of it. It’s an IAP called ‘The Time Machine’ and it basically serves as an ‘undo’ button if you feel like you’ve made a mistake.
Candy writer took to Twitter to explain their decision to make it an IAP, rather than a free feature for everyone to use: Candy writer explained that the IAP might roll out across the globe if people are positive about it.
Scouring through Twitter, we’ve seen girlfriends with shaved heads, middle eastern characters, and, of course, gingers! Try and get your looks up as early as possible in life by going to the gym once per year and post to social media a lot.
Eventually, you should find an entry level singing job like Backing Vocalist and work really hard at it each year. You’ll want to keep hitting that ‘Work Harder’ button each year until you get promoted, and keep posting to social media.
All you have to do is stay celibate throughout your Billie, do nice things for people whenever you get the opportunity to raise your karma, and get the entry level Deacon job to get you started. There’s no real need to work hard at the periphery stuff like looks, smarts, or social media presence when aiming to become a Priest.
Ever wished that you could inherit all the money, cars, real estate, and more when you lose your Billie and carry on as a child? You need to be an only child to inherit stuff because the developers deem it too complicated to organize sharing.
Basically, when you start your career now you should see more entry level jobs appear on the listings. We’ll naturally be discussing the main part of the update, but also talking about a new type of crime you can commit, a new way to improve your relationship with your NPC significant other, and new things you can do when it comes to your asset (car and house) purchases.
In the event of miscarriages, the option is always there to exit the app before accepting the prompt, so that you can start again from the previous year and hope that the pregnancy doesn’t have any complications. Previous versions of Billie essentially left orphaned children to their own devices if one or both parents would die.
Depending on your job, some or all of these options may be available, but just to set your expectations, you’ll probably be better off burgling houses or robbing banks (or trains) if you want to get rich through illegal means. In earlier versions of Billie, it was easy for richer Citizens to pay big money for the best lawyers available and get away scot-free, even for certain serious crimes.
But for petty criminals, car thieves, or bank robbers, hiring the best legal representation in town and paying top dollar for it was often a very reliable way of avoiding the slammer. That isn’t quite the case anymore with version 1.31, which has introduced Plea Bargains into the broader Crime feature.
As the game would explain, pleading guilty could help reduce your sentence if you are convicted, so if you’re not rich enough to afford a top law form, you can choose this option and still spend some time in jail, but probably a few years less than you normally would. Pleading not guilty, on the other hand, is best used if you chose the most expensive legal option available and would still have a good chance of walking free; otherwise, you might not want to proclaim your innocence with a cheap lawyer or public representation.
That, in almost every case, would certainly be counterproductive and defeat the purpose of the new feature, hence the need to make sure your car or house is paid in full. As we mentioned in our last Billie guide, it appeared that a lot of players were unhappy with the new person emojis that were introduced on the last update.
That’s something Candy writer has been ironing out over the past few big and small updates alike, including version 1.31, and among the things you should notice, male Citizens are no longer guaranteed to go bald by the time they reach the age of 45. More new hairdos have been added as well, and it now appears that male Citizens can now rock long hair, albeit only once their emojis change at the age of 21.
Again, this is an apparent tweak that makes things more realistic, but do take note of this if you’re planning to take the Alphabet Challenge (if still available) or anything else similar in the future.