Gamer diversity survey results

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by PoV, Sep 1, 2006.

  1. PoV

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  2. Pluvious

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    I like the different classifications. ITs probably a little complex for casual conversation though.

    I'm definately a dormant gamer...
     
  3. Davaris

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    Interesting. My next game is going to be a cross between a board game and a normal computer game. I wonder if this will attract occasional gamers? Has anyone here made a board game for the computer? Was it well recieved?

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    I don't see my group anywhere. The I don't play games anymore, but I would if they made ones I liked group. :)
     
  4. PoV

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    Not sure, but Microsoft recently claimed to be doing XBLA board games (Settlers of Catan), and the Samurai game from a few years back was awesome.
     
  5. ManuelFLara

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    Yeah, Microsoft soon will release Xbox Live versions of Settlers of Catan, Carcassonne and Alhambra, and let me tell you, they look gorgeous.
     

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