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Re: Demo testing

PostPosted: 09 Mar 2015, 15:44
by USSGreatePier
trinest wrote:Surely its not to late for the demo for me as well :)


We are being fed "non-informational micro-updates" every other leap year, so I'm sure they'll let you play half a demo before you need a walker :roll:

Re: Demo testing

PostPosted: 09 Mar 2015, 19:23
by Ironfangz
Yea, I liked the demo.

I've played it like... three times so far :lol:

I haven't seen a release date for CotD yet, but this is going the right direction.

The demo has a better quality than most (Dutch) indies.

Together with a friend of mine, we have done research to Crowdfunding. We asked ourselves the question "Will crowdfunding integrate into society as a main moneymaking proces." E.g. Will it be as known as Ebay and will it become as frequently used as a stock market.

Tomorrow we will present our conclusions. We featured an interview with ConvoyStudios. Their crowdfunding campaign was successful. In our research we compare Triangle's failure and Convoy's success by looking at their Kickstarter page.
(We mailed Triangle too, but no answer returned :P )

My friend and I both have a demo of Convoy and I have a demo of CotD. Both demo's will be playable tomorrow so people can compare both games and tell us which game they like the most.

Ofcourse, I will put the conclusion of the feedback here.

Re: Demo testing

PostPosted: 09 Mar 2015, 21:35
by USSGreatePier
Ironfangz wrote:Yea, I liked the demo.

I've played it like... three times so far :lol:


Yeah, I'm on the same number... The demo is good stuff. And I'm glad to see the comments of the demo players will be taken seriously.

Ironfangz wrote:we have done research to Crowdfunding. Tomorrow we will present our conclusions.


Interesting. It seems more and more people are using crowdfunding solutions to get where they're going with whatever they're doing. Game devs, YouTube projects, traveling, there seems to be no limitation in uses for crowdfunding. I'm sure it'll be more common in the future than even today. But I'll be interested in your conclusions.

Ironfangz wrote:We mailed Triangle too, but no answer returned :P


Imagine my surprise... Image

Re: Demo testing

PostPosted: 15 Mar 2015, 03:40
by trinest
USSGreatePier wrote:
We are being fed "non-informational micro-updates" every other leap year, so I'm sure they'll let you play half a demo before you need a walker :roll:

I'm not that old.

Re: Demo testing

PostPosted: 15 Mar 2015, 12:16
by USSGreatePier
trinest wrote:I'm not that old.


Exactly! :roll: