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Post-Release: Some Quick Thoughts

Postby GoatBot on Thu Nov 21, 2013 2:29 pm

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Re: Post-Release: Some Quick Thoughts

Postby Darvin on Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:31 pm

1) Clearly these journalists have their priorities all wrong :-P

2) I've heard variations on this story many times over. Getting that chain-reaction of viral marketing going is what delivers the big results. It's good to see Desktop Dungeons getting the attention it deserves from gamers.

4) The cries for mercy must be sweet music to your fiendish ears. Having just finished a leisurely stroll through the demonic library, I too can appreciate the din from atop my mountain of monstrous corpses.

5) Yup; not something you want to screw up there, but given that virtually every review I've read so far has praised the PC/web integration via Cloud saves it's definitely been a good move for you.


Keep up the good work guys ^_^
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Re: Post-Release: Some Quick Thoughts

Postby JayPlaysIndieGames on Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:15 pm

So...when is the mobile release?

Seriously when dd goes mobile it will probably be the best mobile game period. It is no wonder people are anxious
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Re: Post-Release: Some Quick Thoughts

Postby Lujo on Fri Nov 22, 2013 12:12 am

JayPlaysIndieGames wrote:So...when is the mobile release?

Seriously when dd goes mobile it will probably be the best mobile game period. It is no wonder people are anxious


Yeah, if the game is as playable on tablets (and I'm not entirely sure about that, and have no way to check), it's probably going to blow the competition out of the water. People have been waiting for that big game that really conquers the medium/console (a non-casual one) and dd holds it's ground among the PC classics IMO, mobile's got nothing on it. It sort of reminds me of how the first JRPG's were the first to sucessfuly translate the RPG to the consles. Knock on wood not to jinx anything but qcf coud be in for some major long-term money & fame (but we all knew that, anyway).

It's kind of like what dota did for it's generation of PC's - half of china was content not to upgrade PC's for a decade it seems, partly because it's expensive and partly because they allready have that game they spend all their gaming time on. With DD on a tablet you're not going to feel like you're missing out on too much unless you're a hardcore basement dweller.

Also, really nice writeup.
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