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Help us out: Review Design Rules for Free-to-Play Games
We launched Design Rules for Free-to-Play Games on Kindle a little less than a fortnight ago, and so far we’re really pleased with how the book is doing. It’s sold pretty well and it’s had some fantastic feedback from readers. Nicholas and I have been following discussions about the book on Twitter, Facebook and other networks like anxious parents, and so far everyone seems to be finding the book useful and insightful. That’s great.
If you’re one of the many people who has bought the book, we’d like you to do us a favour. Could you take a few moments of your time to go back to the Amazon page (links at the bottom of the post) and write a short review?
We’re not saying “gives us five stars please!” – just be honest. Your feedback helps us to improve what we’re doing, and helps other people to figure out if the book will be useful for them. We would like your review, though, because it really helps us get noticed on Amazon.
If you’re not one of the people who’s bought the book, though, we have a different question – we’d love to know why you didn’t. Did the price put you off? Are you concerned that there isn’t enough original content in the book that isn’t on the website (it’s actually somewhere between two-thirds and three-quarters new content, by the way)? Perhaps you don’t own a Kindle and would have preferred the book in some other format? Leave us a short comment – even just a couple of words – and let us know, please.
The book is still selling pretty briskly on Amazon (we’ve been top of the Video Games section on Amazon UK since we launched) – if you haven’t got your copy yet, it’s just £1.74 in the UK, or $2.99 in the United States. We think it’s excellent value, and the feedback we’ve had so far definitely agrees!