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Old 04-16-2014, 03:55 AM
treksterjay treksterjay is offline
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Default A Quirky Casual Game - Please give me feedback!

I am currently a college student and this is my first go at launching an app. Please give this first timer some tips!
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Old 04-16-2014, 08:27 AM
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Blackharon Blackharon is offline
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Ah it launched! Congrats!

Edit: Aww - I was really excited to try the multiplayer version of the game but there are no players yet. That's a real turn off!

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Old 04-16-2014, 03:36 PM
treksterjay treksterjay is offline
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Thank you! It was a long enduring process getting it to launch. However, I believe the hard part is just getting started.

Yes, I know. I am trying my hardest to get a base of active players as playing on multiplayer is the way to maximize the fun from this app.
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Old 04-17-2014, 01:00 PM
dirkle dirkle is offline
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Nice game. After a couple of plays I got the hang of it and it's pretty fun.

1. I like the design and feel of the game. Everything is smooth and it has a clean feel to it.

2. The strategy of the game can get interesting. I haven't played enough to get it down but I see a lot of potential here.


1. Why do I have to log into Game Center? I'm not even able to play single player without it. This is the only game that has done this to me.

2. I had to work to figure out the game play. What was happening wasn't exactly intuitive to me. It's interesting once I figured it out, but I had to go through the tutorial twice and play 3-4 games of having no idea what was happening.

3. Power-ups. At a quick glance, they are very expensive and I don't even get one or two to try out. I wouldn't pay to get them because I don't have any reference to what they can do and why I should spend money for them. Maybe starting with a random power or something would give me some more interest.
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