Thursday, 26 June 2014

Feedback Required! I want YOU! :D

Hello all! I figure it's about time I go about and actually try "build" something (from scratch), but I thought I would ask you all for your input on what I should go about doing first. I guess you can say this is part of my research stage. Anyhow, there are only three questions so it should be nice and easy. Please leave a comment with your response!

Question 1: Make a list from items below in the order of what MOST appeals to you to what LEAST appeals to you.

a) A story, all words.
b) A story with pictures.
c) A flash game.
d) A board game.
e) Weird T-shirts.
f) A webcomic.

Question 2: How much are you willing to spend (or have spent in the past) on the above items? (Zero is valid). :)

Question 3: How often do you spend money on the above items?

Looking forward to reading your replies!

5 comments:

  1. Bah I replied and answer vanished ?
    E - 40 usd, every third month
    D - 80 usd, never, family tends to have and I borrow.
    C- zero, plenty to chose from on the internet.
    F- 7usd , maybe once a year.
    A - get for free, or I use the library
    B - zero, same as above.

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  2. A - $0 - price of a novel, depending on its quality and if the subject matter interests me. Used to be fairly frequently, now every 3-6 months perhaps, because there's plenty of free stuff available online.

    F - $0 at first, up to $10-15 for a digital version of a graphic novel collection, assuming the webcomic is of say, Nodwick/PS238, Goblins or Girl Genius quality, and I really enjoy the storylines. Very irregularly, once a year or two years? I tend to just read 'em for free online.

    C - $0-$5. Again depends on quality and how long established the game/brand has been. Helps if it's been available online free for a while, I've played and enjoyed it, then suddenly feel like buying a deluxe version on Steam Greenlight or for mobile Android/iPad gaming. Every 3-6 months or so?

    eg. I played Epic Battle Fantasy 4 on Kongregate couple months back while doing Triple Trouble Wurm and liked it and picked it up this Steam sale. I played Kingdom Rush Frontiers on Kongregate and now somehow have the original Kingdom Rush via Humble Bundle and vaguely favorable/consider occasionally getting the Frontiers version via some other medium or other.

    B - $0 mostly because I haven't met any really good quality ones? Besides the very infrequent Neil Gaiman story meets some artist or other illustrated stories?

    D - $0-$100. Granted, the higher end of the scale is for the disgustingly tempting crap like walking past the Horus Heresy box at a bookstore one day, doing a double take at its size and going "..." "no...." "but..." "40k..." "argh..." Super infrequently, thank god. Once a year or two years if that.

    E - Zero. Never. A normal inexpensive plain-colored T-shirt at a walk-in store is good enuff for me. More money for GAMES that way.

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  3. a) A story, all words.
    As in a novel? Just spend 50€ on books again today, about 10€ per book. This would probably be the most appealing of all. If you think of digital sale, no idea, never bought a story in digital form yet. (I love to read my books offline, aka: hang around on my bed. )

    b) A story with pictures.
    If you mean graphical novel, aka Comics but with more quality than the stuff you get at the kiosk around the corner, they have similar appeal to me, but as they are rare, they fall short on what i spend on them.

    c) A flash game.
    Never bought one. Also, flash games are available freely and i yet have to find "the one" which is special enough that i'd spend money on it. Thus, least interest, i would say.

    d) A board game.
    Buying one a year or so, not counting stuff like munchkin and the likes, which are not exactly board games. Buying more makes no sense, as board game evenings are rare here. Regular prices are like 40€, give and take some, and that would be what i'd be ready to spend in case it catches my interest, but as there's plenty on the market and little board game evenings, it has to be convincing.


    e) Weird T-shirts.
    If heavy metal band shirts count, then i spend some money on that each year. If they don't count, i often see some which i consider to buy, but somehow never do so. So all in all, low priority, i guess.


    f) A webcomic.
    I read plenty of them, but tip sparingly. Though, i've bought the printed edition of several webcomics, which is kind of my prefered way of supporting a web comic. Based on this the value is hard to say, the printed editions are usually priced like normal printed comics, so from an economical point of view the web comic is a very work intensive (albeit also very attractive) form of advertising their work.

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