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Dawn of Crafting - 15 Promo Codes - $3 game

06-20-2017, 04:02 AM
#1
Joined: Oct 2016
Location: Land of Stone
Posts: 213
Dawn of Crafting - 15 Promo Codes - $3 game

I'll be giving away 15 App Store Redeem Codes. You can play the game in iOS8+ in both iPhone & iPad.

To enter, comment these:
- What is a core need that games should but aren't satisfying you with? (Core need = hunger, competition, achievement etc..)
- Whats your favorite mobile game?

If there are like 20 comments, I'll pick the people with most post counts.

I'll send the winners the codes in the next 24 hours.
06-20-2017, 07:08 AM
#2
Joined: Jun 2017
Location: Germany
Posts: 29
- Games should only launched after a lot of bug fixes. I want play the game when itīs launched and not after many updates. Also games donīt have to be P2W. I like F2P games, because i can test a lot of games and support the best.
- Mini Metro

06-20-2017, 09:42 AM
#3
Joined: Oct 2012
Posts: 292
- games should have gameplay that i want to come back to even after playing for hours - variety and continuous progress are the keywords for me
- Crashlands
06-20-2017, 09:50 AM
#4
Joined: Jun 2017
Posts: 1
- Games should have replayability, either through online multiplayer or through new game + style options.

- Fav game on mobile at the moment is Clash Royale.
06-20-2017, 10:57 AM
#5
Joined: Jun 2014
Posts: 294
I might not call it a must, but I think it'll be nice if a game not only entertains me but also let me learn something in the process.
There are really a lot of good games... Tetrobot and co. (I just finished it the 2nd time, so...)
06-20-2017, 03:20 PM
#6
Joined: Oct 2016
Location: Land of Stone
Posts: 213
I sent the code as private messages.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ch3st3r View Post
- Games should only launched after a lot of bug fixes. I want play the game when itīs launched and not after many updates. Also games donīt have to be P2W. I like F2P games, because i can test a lot of games and support the best.
- Mini Metro
Why don't you want to play a game after updates? They usually get better.

Mini Metro is a good one, I stopped playing after hitting 3k score, proud of that.

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Originally Posted by wyzau View Post
- games should have gameplay that i want to come back to even after playing for hours - variety and continuous progress are the keywords for me
- Crashlands
In that case you'll love Dawn of Crafting

Also I can recommend Don't Starve if you're into survival type of games. Its one of my favorites. Very similar to Crashlands but hardcore.

Quote:
Originally Posted by profainty View Post
- Games should have replayability, either through online multiplayer or through new game + style options.

- Fav game on mobile at the moment is Clash Royale.
Dawn of Crafting is singleplayer but you might like its replayability.

We got an active Clash Royale clan recruiting 3200+ trophy players if you're looking for a clan.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Makoto View Post
I might not call it a must, but I think it'll be nice if a game not only entertains me but also let me learn something in the process.
There are really a lot of good games... Tetrobot and co. (I just finished it the 2nd time, so...)
I like games similar to Civ5 or AoE where the game gives reason to read and search wiki. Dawn of Crafting teaches you some prehistoric stuff and might motivate you to search on your own too.

Never heard of Tetrobot and co, checking it out!
06-21-2017, 12:09 AM
#7
Joined: Jan 2017
Posts: 21
- If a game provide language other than the language developer use(English ,in most of time) at least check grammar and phrase with a native user or someone familiar with that language. If game developer cannot do this, provide a in-game selection of language, so that player can at least switch text or description from a language that looks like their language but full of nonsense ( usually from Google translator and you have to guess what it mean )to English.

- Life line. Their Chinese translation is the best I ever read. Fluent and correct.

Last edited by Noinedoe; 06-21-2017 at 12:14 AM.
06-21-2017, 01:59 AM
#8
Joined: Jun 2014
Posts: 294
Quote:
Originally Posted by Esqarrouth View Post
I sent the code as private messages.



Why don't you want to play a game after updates? They usually get better.

Mini Metro is a good one, I stopped playing after hitting 3k score, proud of that.



In that case you'll love Dawn of Crafting

Also I can recommend Don't Starve if you're into survival type of games. Its one of my favorites. Very similar to Crashlands but hardcore.



Dawn of Crafting is singleplayer but you might like its replayability.

We got an active Clash Royale clan recruiting 3200+ trophy players if you're looking for a clan.



I like games similar to Civ5 or AoE where the game gives reason to read and search wiki. Dawn of Crafting teaches you some prehistoric stuff and might motivate you to search on your own too.

Never heard of Tetrobot and co, checking it out!
Yeah, Civilizations (and some other Sid Meier's games) and AoE are really good at that. In fact, I was thinking about Civ series when I wrote that post down
There's a series from the Japanese company KOEI named Daikoukai Jidai (Uncharted Waters in English I think) also taught me something when I was in high school. I still remember that Lisbon is the capital of Portugal thanks to it (well, this may be common sense to many others though).
06-21-2017, 02:16 AM
#9
Joined: Oct 2016
Location: Land of Stone
Posts: 213
Quote:
Originally Posted by Noinedoe View Post
- If a game provide language other than the language developer use(English ,in most of time) at least check grammar and phrase with a native user or someone familiar with that language. If game developer cannot do this, provide a in-game selection of language, so that player can at least switch text or description from a language that looks like their language but full of nonsense ( usually from Google translator and you have to guess what it mean )to English.

- Life line. Their Chinese translation is the best I ever read. Fluent and correct.
Sent the code. Sometimes finding a new user to check everything in game, especially for a text heavy game might be hard.

Dawn of Crafting is also getting Chinese translation soon.

Lifeline looks like it could be a messenger game.
06-21-2017, 04:11 AM
#10
Games for me should have great replayability and a great story, which are two things not frequently seen together. Right now my favorite mobile game is Wayward Souls, which I find lots of fun to play.