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Breaking his silence over the weeks-old negotiations with the camp of legend Oscar De La Hoya, Pacquiao said in his newspaper column that he cannot accept the 70-30 deal of the HBO pay-per-view buys as it’s like “a slap on his face” being the world’s most exciting fighter around.
“Mr. De La Hoya, however, has shown little interest by offering me a percentage that only an up-and-coming fighter rightly deserves,” Pacquiao said.
“If he really wants the fight, then he should at least, at the very least give me what I truly deserve, a fair share of the pie. He should understand that we are both superstars in the game and our mere names will sell everything and we stand to break all existing records in the sport, even the one that he established with Floyd Mayweather Jr.”
Last year’s De La Hoya-Mayweather fight reportedly sold 2.4 million buys and earned Mayweather $22 million on a similar 70-30 split, something Roach said is “a great payday” for a fight that would only make Pacquiao an even bigger name in the sport.
In a separate interview by Maxboxing.com, Roach sent across this message to Pacquiao: “I just want to tell him, does he understand what’s on the table? And is the comparison between fighting Oscar and (junior lightweight Humberto) Soto worth the risk?”
Roach said a Pacquiao-Hoya bout could get at least 2 million PPV buys.
Marc Anthony Reyes
Philippine Daily Inquirer
MouseHunt has you in the role of a MouseHunter in the town of Gnawnia. The town has become overrun with some interesting, yet powerful breeds of mice.
With crops being eaten and property destroyed the King sought out to employ brave MouseHunters; Promising handsome rewards for captures in an effort to defeat a seemingly endless army of mice.
Players enter the kingdom as a novice hunter and start with a fairly basic trap. As a player catches mice, he accumulates gold and points that they are able to purchase new components for their trap, increasing their odds of catching mice.
MouseHunt is a passive game, meaning a player decides and puts forth a strategy then waits for the results. The fun of the game is returning to check on your trap and determining new strategies and how to improve.
MouseHunt was created by HitGrab Inc. and is constantly under development, adding new features and expanding the adventure!
The wonderful trap, cheese and mouse illustrations are by the talented Jacob Johnson, visit his website www.jacob-johnson.com.
Upon installing the app, you went through a quick tutorial to introduce you to the concept of the game as well as get your first trap set up and baited.
Starting the game you will have a wooden base as well as either the high tension spring or the tacky glue trap. This trap is fairly weak and only has a reasonable chance of catching weak mice.
As you play the game you will be able to upgrade your trap, explore new hunting locations, find rare and exotic items and discover new breeds of mice!
To earn gold and points to be able to upgrade their traps, players must be sure to keep their trap baited with cheese and check on their trap every 15 minutes as often as they can.
As long as you check your trap once a day you will have a chance of mice coming to your trap so it is important to make sure you always have your trap baited! Cheddar or marble is your best bet until you accumulate some wealth.
If anyone of your Facebook friends has MouseHunt installed, they will appear on your friends online page as members of your "Hunter’s Group". A Hunter’s Group can work together and bring each other on hunts, giving extra opportunities to catch mice. Just remember, if you are adding new people you have met through the game it’s a good idea to put them into your limited profile group to restrict what information they can view about you.
Players can move their trap to new hunting locations by viewing the map. Novice mouse hunters will find the meadow is mostly inhabited by the weaker breeds of mice, making it a good place to grab some easy catches and build points and gold. Just remember you will have to return to town to purchase cheese, so be wary of the travel cost.
Hunters are allowed to go on a hunt started by sounding the Hunter’s Horn approximately once every 15 minutes. A hunt is started by clicking the horn when it appears at the top of the game on loading a page.
When you sound the horn any hunters in your group who have also not been included in a hunt started by the horn, and are in the same location as you will go on a hunt with you. This same logic applies for you, meaning your friends can bring you on hunts while you are away from the computer.
By viewing your friends online page you are able to see what hunters in your group are ready to hunt, and thus eligible to be included should you sound the horn. Remember however that they must be hunting in the same location as you in order to be included.
It is worth noting that you are unable to see your own 'ready to hunt' progress bar, so it is worthwhile to communicate with others in your group to get ahead. After 60 minutes of inactivty, a hunter will cease to be included in hunts started by the Hunter’s Horn.
When sounding the horn you will receive bonus points (to a maximum of 250) based on the number of hunters who were ready to hunt in your group.
The advantage of having a group of friends who regularly plays is that when they sound the horn it will also 'sound your horn' and start a hunt for you. By no means does this mean you need tens of, or hundreds of friends playing with you to be successful. In fact having that many friends playing will not offer much advantage at all.
The Town Mice