Complaints: Where is Queville Headed??

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Posted: 04‑28‑2013 10:14


Scioto


Minotaur Maker
432 posts

I'm a daily player, and probably one of the most active players, may not show a lot of advancement because I just screw around and do whatever, but I'm on daily for a few hours+. But I look at this top list and see more people voting but so few people actually coming, and even LESS staying around. And honestly. I don't even know when the next big thing is going to come out, or what it might possibly be. I feel like the Quevilles going into the ground and I hate it! This game used to be a blast trying to get to the top scores and PVP'n and chatting with people all the time, and now so few people are on, and so few people actually play it's almost a drag to play alone. What happened?! Where did the excitement and fun go? Everything's so hostile and lonesome. Why aren't people active?? And what can be done about it?!

"Consilio Non Petu" - *By Wisdom, Not Force*
-Anonymous

 


Posted: 04‑28‑2013 10:54


tike


Troll Trasher
148 posts
I found a idea to get this game a bit more popular. There is this guy on youtube that watches peoples videos and comments on it. And he will also subscribe to the videos you put on(like queville gameplay). He has over 84,000 subscribers, and if he subscirbes, people will check it out. About probly 30% of his subscribers will look at what he sub'ed, and they will look at the videos(that I post for queville gameplay). So if 30% of people look at what he sub'ed, that means over 25,200 people. Tehn probly 20% of those people will play the game which means over 5,040. But it might not have alot of people like that to come at once, but it would be cool if that happened. Just think og the good things that it will do for queville :D

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My youtube channel is at "slayertike tike". I post a couple videos a week :D

 


Posted: 04‑28‑2013 12:10


Joe


Fire Flipper
1486 posts
Go back a year ago, and you'll see someone else posted the same complaint.

Dig deeper, and you'll see it was posted a year before that.

It was posted before there was a "complaint" forum.

It was posted after the v9 update.

In fact, it was posted on Fordana before it was even Queville.

I'm just not going to address it again.

-Joe

DevTeam Member

 


Posted: 04‑29‑2013 06:43


Scioto


Minotaur Maker
432 posts

Joe said:

Go back a year ago, and you'll see someone else posted the same complaint.

Dig deeper, and you'll see it was posted a year before that.

It was posted before there was a "complaint" forum.

It was posted after the v9 update.

In fact, it was posted on Fordana before it was even Queville.

I'm just not going to address it again.

-Joe



Last year, year before that, before the complaint forum, before v9 and during Fordana there was always people online and people playing and updates got cranked out, and now it seems Queville is struggling to crank out ideas because you don't want it to mimic other games, which is an awesome idea, but it just seems all the ideas and the cool bug fixes and the awesome updates have just slowed up, and the player population has decreased even though we're putting out 100+ people to top sites and only getting 30 and under people coming back, and even fewer to stay around and play...I hate to see it happen. I love this leisurely game, it's just saddening and there must be something that can be done???

"Consilio Non Petu" - *By Wisdom, Not Force*
-Anonymous

 


Posted: 04‑29‑2013 13:28


QuaCzar


Fire Flipper
1824 posts
Just going by top sites, many of the other games push players to vote by giving in-game rewards. Queville hasn't done this, but merely asked nicely for fans who like the game enough to tell others. Games which push like this have hundreds or thousands of votes every month. We vary, depending on how many players decide to vote that month. It's not something players need to do, just a way, besides P2P, of expressing gratitude, respect, or whatever for the game, or simply in the hope of having more players. When we are the top game on a site, they may give one hit in per day. That's about the most I've seen. Other methods of bringing friends in are more successful, but this is easier, and may be more convenient. Usually, there are so many games, players visit many of them to try, and chances are small the one they will choose will be any one game in particular. If Queville is shared outside of a list, where someone just decides whether to play it or not, chances are greater, as long as the way it's shared doesn't turn people away.

Some factors that make players want to play are how many other players are currently playing at the time, how many the new player makes friends with, how much they like the gameplay, graphics, forums, or whatever else they look for in a game.

-QuaCzar : SysOp | Anarchy Leader | #1 Magic

 


Posted: 04‑29‑2013 13:33


Joe


Fire Flipper
1486 posts

Scioto said:
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Last year, year before that, before the complaint forum, before v9 and during Fordana there was always people online and people playing and updates got cranked out, and now it seems Queville is struggling to crank out ideas because you don't want it to mimic other games, which is an awesome idea, but it just seems all the ideas and the cool bug fixes and the awesome updates have just slowed up, and the player population has decreased even though we're putting out 100+ people to top sites and only getting 30 and under people coming back, and even fewer to stay around and play...I hate to see it happen. I love this leisurely game, it's just saddening and there must be something that can be done???




I checked the server logs, we have the same level of traffic for April 2013 as we did for April 2012.

And I have no idea where this "don't want to mimic other games" comes from, as I've minic'd a lot of other games in the creation of Queville.

-Joe

DevTeam Member

 


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