2/3 of The Way to The Greenlight’s Top 100

Posted by (twitter: @akkugames)
September 3rd, 2015 10:30 pm

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Hey, folks!

Our Ludum Dare’s (#33) game “Sola Mors” has received a lot of votes and mostly with your help! Thanks!

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However, we are not on the finish, it is required to get more positive (‘yes’) votes in order to have some chances for receiving a green light.

Please, vote “yes” on our game’s Steam Greenlight page

Moreover, we would like to recommend you to prepare official videos with a huge attention during the PR campaign of your projects, because, frankly speaking, our previous video did tell nothing about the uniqueness of the game mechanics which led to the negative votes (most of them did not play the prototype version).

That’s why we have created a new trailer for the game:


2 Responses to “2/3 of The Way to The Greenlight’s Top 100”

  1. g_o says:

    It seems that most people visiting don’t say yes.
    My humble suggestion is – change the trailer. It’s trying to be unique but fails.
    Technically your enemeis are predictable too, so I’d recommend cutting the first seconds and trying something else.
    “every step reflects on the further gameplay” doesn’t ring that well.
    Try something like “every step has a butterfly effect” or something a bit more pretentious.
    Last thing – most of the time in the video we see how the margins are very limited – show instead the strong parts of your game: for example the patterns made from merely single steps on multiple enemie groups or something.
    Good luck this looks really good!

    • lebrokholic says:

      Thanks for your suggestions. Yes, we agree that the video is one of the weaknesses. Unfortunately, it is too late for some cardinal changes because the natural traffic is too low right now (9 days behind) and the only objective solution that we see is to promote the game using really useful articles on different huge IT/game portals. Hope this will help us to crawl to the Steam:D

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