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What would you pay for How To Save The World? In today's constantly evolving game industry it can be hard to gauge how gamers feel. So one day I was enjoying some fine dining at a local eatery when I jumped up from my seat, pointed to the sky, and shouted eureka. This of course startled the other patrons but I knew what I needed to do. I'll just ask the gamers... simple right.

Posted by AquaFoxStudio on Jul 3rd, 2012

What would you pay for How To Save The World? In today's constantly evolving game industry it can be hard to gauge how gamers feel. So one day I was enjoying some fine dining at a local eatery when I jumped up from my seat, pointed to the sky, and shouted eureka. This of course startled the other patrons but I knew what I needed to do. I'll just ask the gamers... simple right.

So that brings us to now. So please just take a couple seconds to jump over to the AquaFox Facebook page and select an answer from the poll. Thanks to everyone for the support!


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LoudCore
LoudCore Jul 7 2012, 5:51pm says:

I don't think it's the best idea to ask "would you pay for it" to the public, because people would prefer not paying anything.

Sell it for a 5-10$ game

Done

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AquaFoxStudio
AquaFoxStudio Aug 1 2012, 9:08am replied:

I understand where your coming from but I think maybe you’re underestimating gamers. I believe most gamers understand that developers have to get paid to live and keep making games. Most gamers I don’t think mind spending a few dollars for some gaming goodness.

Truth be told most developers would love to just make games and give them away for free. Most of us just love games and making them. It’s just unfortunate that the world doesn’t work that way.

Thanks for participating.

Keep Gaming!

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