For the last month our site has been running a survey seeking to find out what matters for you, our dear customers, when you choose a game. I think the question is of highest importance for both us, who try to provide you with best possible games, and for you, who can be very well lost among the hosts of new titles released daily. So, what do we pay attention at in a game?
More than 50% of you said you look at genre and game play. I think the results are quite natural, for these are the most important characteristics of a game. If you adore hidden objects, such as Can You See What I See, Animal Agents or The Count of Monte Cristo , or are addicted to time-managements like Magic Seeds, Ice Cream Mania or Fashion Boutique, you are likely to search for them disregarding all other numerous genres present in the market. But we know cases when poor graphics or bad balance make you drop a game of your favorite genre after playing half an hour, don't we?
And some of you take into consideration other factors too. About 30% of you selected Screenshots or Visuals variants of the survey. I do agree that these are very important. Would you enjoy Elements, The History Channel Lost Worlds or Season Match that much without their magnificent graphics? I don't know the answer. Do you?
And surprisingly few of you choose games by developer. Maybe you are right in this decision, for some really great games are developed by unknown small studios. But, surely, such monsters like Playfirst with their Diner Dash Hometown Hero or Dream Chronicles 2 and Big Fish Games with Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate can't be left unnoticed, for the names speak for themselves.
Purhaps, those 12% of you who confessed they didn't know what to look at were right in the end? Each decides for himself, and we can only hope to please you with what we offer - the only conclusion possible. But we'll keep trying!
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